These four papers are compulsory if you want to do a BSc majoring in Anatomy.
The following paper is recommended if you want to do 300-level biological anthropology.
The 200-level Anatomy papers are designed to build on what you learned at 100-level, increase your Anatomy knowledge and prepare you for 300-level papers.
These three papers are compulsory if you want to do a BSc majoring in Anatomy.
The following paper is a prerequisite if you want to do 300-level biological anthropology.
The following parers are taught by the Department but restricted to students enrolled in specific courses.
You must take at least four of these papers if you want to do a BSc majoring in Anatomy.
The following paper, ANAT 336, is restricted to Neuroscience students. It may be taken by other students, in exceptional circumstances, with approval from the Head of Department.
For any 100-level, 200-level or 300-level enquiries please contact one of our course advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on course advice and how it can help you go to our Course Advice page
Most of the papers at 400-level build on material presented during the 200- or 300-level Anatomy courses and reflect the research interests of the Department.
* These papers are full year research papers that begin at the start of the southern hemisphere university year (semester one) but they can ALL start half way through the year if necessary (semester two). In this case the papers are called ANAT 481, 491, 496.
The following papers are taught by the Department but are usually restricted to students enrolled in Neuroscience. They may be taken by other students with approval from the Head of Department.
For any 400-level paper enquiries please contact Assoc. Prof. Stephen Bunn (Postgraduate Course Coordinator) at email@example.com
The following papers are all part of the department's Post Graduate Diploma in Surgical Anatomy (PGDipSurgAnat)
The Department also contributes to the teaching of papers in Dentistry, Genetics, Neuroscience, Physiotherapy, Physical Education, Pharmacy, Forensic Science, Ophthalmology and Medicine.
Key dates for students
The Otago University year runs from late February until approximately mid November (end date is determined by final exam)
The year is broken into two semesters with exams at the end of each semester. Semester one starts in late February/early March and Semester two starts in early to mid July.
To see exact dates for the current year, including last days to enroll and examinations times, please go to Key Study Dates on the main university website
Course-related terminology used at the University of Otago
Course: The collection of papers for which a student is enrolled in a particular semester or year.
Postgraduate Course:A course undertaken by a student who has already completed a Bachelor's degree and comprising papers or other work at 400-level or above. Thus the Otago term 'postgraduate degree' is equivalent to the US term 'graduate degree'.