The NIU Anatomy Lab is located in Anderson Hall. Students have the opportunity to dissect human cadavers and learn about prosecuted human bodies. NIU offers an M.S. degree with a specialization in human anatomical sciences. Upon completion of this degree, the student will be qualified to teach human anatomy and/or physiology in a community college setting. In addition, the student will also be qualified to perform human cadaver dissection and teach a dissection-oriented human anatomy course.
Read more about the anatomy lab in the NIU Newsroom.
In addition to training graduate students in human anatomical sciences, the cadaver lab also offers a high school short-course to students from area high schools.