Jul 02, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog

EXS 4080 - Kinesiology II/Pathomechanics

Credits: 4
The purpose of this course is to be a progression from Kinesiology I Biomechanics. The course will provide a greater depth of investigation into the normal biomechanics of the axial skeleton, an introduction to the central nervous/motor control system and pathomechanics of both axial and appendicular regions. Normal movement patterns across all aspects of mobility will be reviewed or introduced as a baseline for critical inquiry into their pathomechanical correlates. The course will provide students considering a graduate education in any aspect of human movement an opportunity to create a movement analysis final digital project highlighting their learning acquisition which can accompany their graduate application and/or be used as a stepping stone into further directed study/research.
Prerequisite(s): EXS 3308