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Anatomy comes from the Greek word "anatomia," which means "apart from." Anatomy is part of the biology branch of science that concerns itself with the description and the identification of the structure of living things. Anatomy is an umbrella term that encompasses the anatomy of humans, animals and plants.

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Applicants must have a bachelor of arts degree (or equivalent), and a minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0 (B) overall (4.0 scale), and a 3.0 GPA in science courses. The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) General Test is required. Applicants with a weak science background, but an otherwise strong application, may be requested to take the GRE Advanced Biology examination.  (Read More)







"You generally need an advanced degree to become an anatomist. In college you should major in premedicine, biology, chemistry, or a related field and take a variety of courses in the biological, physical, and behavioral sciences. With a bachelor's degree you may be able to get a job as a biological technician, but your opportunities for advancement will be limited. If you have a master's degree in anatomy or a related field, you may be able to get a job in teaching or applied research, or in a field such as medical publishing." (Read More)

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