That is not entirely true, gym girl. If any gross anatomy course was taught by second year med students, that would be impressive. The med students TA the class, provide extra help and knowledge during cadaver dissection and hold daily reviews to ensure that we are learning what we need to know. The TAs go above and beyond to help us out and you wouldn't believe how much we benefited from having them. That's in addition to the 3 professors and numerous specialty guest lecturers we had throughout the class. Gross Anatomy is one of the first classes you take during any PT program so I wouldn't expect it to be PT heavy since early on you know minimally about disorders, how the body works, etc. It is what it is, a class that sets the foundation and gives you the knowledge base to grow upon and relate to the field of PT as you go further along in the program. But to say that second year med students teach the gross anatomy class is nonsense.