KINE 4362. Biomechanical Analysis. 3 Hours.
This course focuses on the quantitative biomechanical analysis of human movement and its relationship to activity, performance, and injury causation and prevention. Students will also explore research methods and investigations in biomechanics.
Prerequisite: KINE 3362 with a minimum grade of C, and (PHYS 1305 and PHYS 1105 or PHYS 1301 and PHYS 1101), and 75 credit hours.
The BS in Human Performance and Wellness Management (HPWM) prepares students for a career in corporate, private, and commercial fitness. Future job prospects include wellness coordinator, personal trainer, strength and conditioning specialist, and other fitness specializations.
...and KINE 4392 can be taken for students wanting to gain research experience. KINE 4362...
...45+ hours. KINE 4314 requires prerequisites of KINE 2114 and KINE 3373 . KINE 4362 requires...