The Center for Anatomical Science and Education is heavily involved in teaching anatomy courses to students at all levels throughout the University. In addition, CASE offers various post-baccalaureate degrees of study through a graduate education program for students who wish to pursue a career in teaching human anatomy or for students who wish to pursue acceptance into medical or dental schools.
This program provides a two-semester academic experience for post-baccalaureate scholars considering careers in medicine, dentistry or biomedical sciences education.
Graduate Programs in Anatomy offered by the Center for Anatomical Science and Education provide diverse training in human structure and function for students with different career objectives.
The Center for Anatomical Science and Education participates in the training of students in the School of Nursing and the School of Allied Health Professions.
The Center for Anatomical Science and Education has strong faculty participation in the Introduction to Clinical Anatomy and Neurosciences Modules. Its faculty are also involved in the gross anatomy, histology and embryology parts of other modules. In addition, research and advanced didactic electives are offered in all four years of the medical curriculum.