Wondering if you should pursue a graduate degree? Try some courses this summer to familiarize yourself with graduate work and even start what could lead to a graduate certificate!
Anatomy & Physiology
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to enroll this summer in graduate Anatomy & Physiology courses!
Start your graduate health studies with the advantage of experience in graduate level science courses, or strengthen your graduate health application with the proof that you have successfully completed graduate level courses.
Successful completion of an undergraduate Anatomy & Physiology course is recommended.
CAP 510 Anatomy Lecture & Lab | 6 credits
June 1 – August 15
This course provides an in-depth study of human anatomy with an emphasis on normal form and function as they relate to clinical medicine. Using a regional approach, emphasis will be placed on the relationship between nervous, muscle, vascular and connective tissue structures and joints. Course material is delivered through a combination of podcast lecture, lecture synopsis handouts, and case studies. In the laboratory course, students will explore preserved and prosected cadaveric specimens, anatomical models, and electronic resources. Students will identify, describe, and discuss the morphology and function of various body regions and their relationships.
Upon completion of CAP 510 and CAPL 510, students will have acquired the ability to identify, describe, and discuss the morphology and function of various body regions.
Performing Arts Medicine (PAM)
Get a head start on our graduate-level Performing Arts Medicine Certificate.
PAM 700 Performing Arts Terminology | 1 Credit
July 1 – August 21
This course will help the health professional to gain an understanding of the terminology and basic performance approaches in dance, including ballet, modern dance, jazz and tap; and music performance (playing of specific instruments).
Performing Arts Health And Fitness (PAHF)
Take the first step in earning our brand-new Performing Arts Health and Fitness Certificate by enrolling in an online course.
PAHF 700 Musculoskeletal Terminology for Performing Arts Related Injuries | 1 Credit
July 1 – August 21
This course will introduce the students to terminology of basic anatomical orientations, positions and motions related to the performing artists.
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