MPhil Anatomy KNUST
KNUST School of Medical Sciences postgraduate Studies Anatomy
The department offers an MPhil programme in Human Anatomy and Cell Biology. This is a unique two-year programme that combines research with taught courses in Gross, Microscopic and Developmental Anatomy, Cell
Biology, Cytogenetics, Molecular Biology, Neuroanatomy, and Anatomical Techniques employed in the preservation and preparation of human material for teaching and research. The programme has a strong practical component
supplemented by lectures, small group discussions and tutorials. The MPhil in Human Anatomy and Cell Biology has been developed to provide postgraduate training in human anatomy and is intended for students graduating from biomedical science and related disciplines who wish to extend their knowledge of anatomy and/or who wish to pursue a career in the anatomical sciences. The primary aim of the programme is to educate and train individuals in human anatomy. The programme is delivered using a combination of traditional methods and guided self-directed learning in which students use and develop transferable and subject-specific skills.