(3 cr.) This course focuses on the advanced study of human movement, concentrating on the principles of mechanics they relate to the human body. Areas of athletic injury, pathology, sport performance, occupational risks, injury prevention, and rehabilitation are addressed. Projects are designed not only to achieve scientific insights into biomechanical problems but also to train students in state-of-the-art interdisciplinary research procedures. Kinematic and kinetic analyses are conducted. Prerequisite: BIO 211,, BIO 212 or permission of instructor. Every Year, Fall and Spring

Sessions

Fall 2020

Section 01

  • Instructor
  • Stephen Straub
  • Days
  • T,TH
  • Time
  • 11:00 am - 12:15 pm
  • Location
  • Echlin Center Room 207

Section 01A

  • Instructor
  • Days
  • TH
  • Time
  • 0:00 am - 0:00 am
  • Location
  • Room

Section 01B

  • Instructor
  • Days
  • Time
  • 0:00 am - 0:00 am
  • Location
  • Room

Section 01C

  • Instructor
  • Days
  • TH
  • Time
  • 0:00 am - 0:00 am
  • Location
  • Room