Advanced Regional Anatomy and Neuroscience | Spalding University Catalog

MSAT-512: Advanced Regional Anatomy and Neuroscience

6 credit hours

This course provides the student with advanced instruction in regional anatomy and the structure and function of the central nervous system. Through guided dissections, the use of physical and software-based models, and simulations the student will learn to correlate joint structure to local, regional, and global function during human movement. Students will also demonstrate a conceptual knowledge of the concepts of neuroplasticity's impact on rehabilitative and habilitative processes is a major outcome for successful course completion.

Prerequisite courses: Admission into the MSAT program