after reading some of ya'lls remarks about your a&p class i was wondering. who had human cadavers in a&p? if you do, what type/size school are you attending?
i attend a small community college, less than 1,000 students, but had a great a&p instructor. over 15 years ago, he insisted on having cadavers, he told the school they would not have a computer class without computers, so he needed human cadavers.we have 5, it is so great doing lab practicals on real bodies, i just can not imagine trying to learn muscles & arteries etc on cats or whatever is used by some schools
he gets a new one every 2-3 years and has a dissection class. it is not required but i think it will be a great class to have. i have to brag on myself here for a minute. i was one of twenty-four accepted into the class. over 75 applied. i am so jazzed.