Course Information: Structural Kinesiology  (20826)

This course surveys biological systems and physical principles as applied to human movement. Emphasis is placed on the study of bones and joints and how they are involved in the science of movement. Students will be able to examine the places of motion and their respective axes of rotation. Engaging in the learning activities associated in this course will assist students in clarifying the principles of anatomy with emphasis on human movement.

Required Materials:   Not Yet Available
Technical Requirements:   Not Yet Available
Pre-Requisite:   (( BIOL 2515K with minimum grade: D )
OR ( BIOL 2515K with minimum grade: TRD ))
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