Head and Neck Anatomy: Evolutionary, Biomechanical, Developmental, and Clinical Approach
Spring 2019 - The lab portion was the most interesting to me, I learned a lot and Dr. Friscia was interested in our learning of the material rather than the amount of material presented. No midterms, no final, just one group project (2 people for 30 minutes on a research article), a final 10 page paper, and weekly questions, and a 2 page paper (Final, technically) and lab quality grade. He is so chill, its a class for seniors only and getting in depends if you were a UA for PhySci 107 or PhySci 13. Overall, I am so glad I was able to take this class, If you can take it, you won't regret it!