BIOMECHANICS

Basic bone, joint, muscle and movement information is presented and used to gain an understanding of basic biomechanical principles including body levers, correct and efficient movement, and application of movement to the varied aspects of health, wellness, teaching, and sport. Prerequisites: ESS 181, ESS 185, ESS 201 or BIOL 372, completion of the University Mathematics course requirement.

Credits: 
3
Program Code: 
ESS
Course Number: 
280
Academic Program(s): 
Exercise and Sport Science