KINE 3401. BIOMECHANICS OF HUMAN MOVEMENT. 4 Hours.
Quantitative and qualitative analyses of human movement. Emphasis is on the application of the principles of human movement, with consideration of functional anatomy, kinesiology and mechanical concepts to exercise, sport, and activities of daily living. Course credit may not be granted for both KINE 3301 and KINE 3401. Prerequisite: KINE 1300, KINE 1100, BIOL 2457 and MATH 1302.