BMS 116 Anatomy for Veterinary Technicians II

Credit: 1.5

Course Offered: Spring, Summer, Fall

Prerequisite Courses: BMS 115

Instructor: Maggie Lump, RVT

Course Description:

This course is the second of two courses in the distance learning program that presents an introduction to the study of the major body systems and topographic relationships of the major domesticated species, with emphasis on the carnivore.

Course Objectives:

Method of Delivery: Primarily web-based exercises, textbook and on-line or paper examination. The course is a series of lessons to be completed by the student. The assignments will include understanding the material present on the VT-DLP website, completion of assignments on the Internet and assignments related to the students' pets. Testing will be done over the Internet or via paper examination mailed to the proctor, opened by a proctor, and resealed and returned by mail from the proctor.

Textbooks:

TitleAuthorISBN
ClinicalAnatomy & Physiology for Veterinary Technicains, 2nd EditionColville9780323046855
Clinical Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory Manual for Veterinary TechniciansColville9780323046848
Stedman's Medical DictionaryStedman068340007X

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