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University of Michigan Free Online Course on Human Neuroanatomy

Applicants who are willing to study on Anatomy: Human Neuroanatomy is now invited to apply for a scholarship grant in Michigan University online courses. Michigan University has proved its superiority in propagating, communicating, creating, preserving and applying knowledge, art and academic values. One of the university’s legacies is reaching out and empowering potential leaders of the world and Michigan citizens who have the capacity to make a difference today and make a better future.

To reach the world, Michigan University and edX are giving free online courses. The Human Neuroanatomy is offered for free to all interested students who are willing to study Biology and Science. The Human Neuroanatomy is to learn different parts of the central nervous system and how they function and work together with the entire body. This is an 8-week course which will be taught in English. The course will run for 3-4 hours per week.

This anatomy course is part of the Anatomy XSeries. The students will have a thorough knowledge about basic neuroanatomy, sensory pathways, motor pathways and the autonomic nervous system. In the study, the students will be introduced to peripheral and central nervous systems. The online learning will be done through illustrated videos and series of questions to evaluate knowledge during the course of study. Partner in giving the free online course is edX. This is a massive open online course that would allow unlimited participation and access via network or web. With edX, online learning would be exciting as this follows weekly learning sequences with exciting interactive learning experiences.

Credible professor and people will be joining the study. Dr. Kelli A. Sullivan, a lecturer in Division of Anatomical Science, Department of Surgery and an Associate Research Scientist in the Department of Neurology and Neurobiology at the University of Kentucky in 1990 will be leading the lectures.

The following are the learning outcomes of the course:

Learn the gross anatomy of the central and peripheral nervous systems

Understand how sensory information enters the brain

Understand how the brain and spinal cord control the muscles

Understand how the autonomic nervous system activates the fight or flight response

Learn the names and functions of the cranial nerves

Requirement for the students is to have Basic Biology training. Upon completion of the course, students are encouraged to have edX ertificate for $49 which will be signed by the instructor and with the logo of the university to add color to the students resume when applying a job. This will be an incentive to you when finishing the course. Please follow the following when joining the course:

Visit the website link

Create an edX account to start application

Click “Register Now” to get started.

After signing up for a course and account activation, click on the Log In button on the homepage and type in their email address and edX password. This will take them to the dashboard, with access to each of their active courses. (Before a course begins, it will be listed on their dashboard but will not yet have a “view course” option.)

To enroll please visit the website.

15 thoughts on “University of Michigan Free Online Course on Human Neuroanatomy”

  1. I am really interested in studying human neuroanatomy. I have always been keen on the structure and fucntioning of the human brain. I would really be grateful if you could take me in.

  2. I really do wish to study abroad,I doubt if online could be that formal and interesting.I may not even be able to cope. I am a Nigerian and i want to be a reputable doctor, i guess i can become that your university. If there are any exams u need to write to be admitted on scholarship i will want to know them. Thanks for these kinds of opportunity u are giving us.

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