KINE 302 Biomechanics

The application of muscle mechanics and Newtonian mechanics to the documentation and analysis of human movement. Lecture will also focus on the application of static and dynamic problem solving to human performance. Laboratory work will be integrated with the lecture material and will emphasize the use of electromyography and video analysis to document and study human performance. Includes one three-hour laboratory per week.

Credits

4 units

Prerequisite

KINE 300

Corequisite

KINE 302L

Core Requirements Met

  • Laboratory Science