Anatomy and Cell Biology - Courses
The courses offered by the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology allow students to learn the gross anatomical features of all the human body systems, to understand how cells in the human body interact when forming tissues, maintaining homeostasis and regulating behavior, and to examine the cellular mechanisms governing normal and pathological processes such as cancer, cardiovascular disease and mental disorders.
Constraints - how your module affects your access to Anatomy and Cell Biology courses
Course Selection Guidelines - a year-by-year guide for selecting courses in basic medical science modules.
What you should know....
1. Enrolment in Anatomy and Cell Biology 4429A and 4410A requires a minimum mark of 70% in Biology 3316A/B.
2. Enrolment in Anatomy and Cell Biology 4480E is limited and requires a minimum mark of 70% in each of Biochemistry 3381A and 3382B, and in either Biochemistry 3380G or Biology 3326F/G.
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