chicadehuskers said:I got my Masters at Creighton University in Clinical Anatomy. You take gross anatomy with the medical students, neuroanatomy with the physical therapy students. You also do clinical rotations under the surgeons, OB/GYNs, radiologists, and pathologists. It is an 18 month program (i.e. you begin August 2004 and graduate December 2005), and it is so great. It really teaches you how to study for medical school. Your last semester is spent TAing the gross anatomy lab for the first year medical students. Believe me, anatomy will be a breeze when you finish this. You can't go into it expecting it to be easy though. If you are interested contact Dr. Tom Quinn at Creighton University.