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NSCI 3470U – Anatomy of Human Movement


Anatomy of Human Movement covers the applied anatomy of the musculoskeletal system. It uses a regional approach to develop a sound understanding of regional structures, and their role in producing movement, both individually and synergistically as part of movement patterns and composite movements. The course is a hybrid course which uses a combination of online lecture material and quizzes, face-to-face classroom time for case studies and concept reinforcement, and ‘hands-on’ laboratories in addition to models and specialized 3‐D computer software to aid students in their learning.
Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3
Laboratory hours: 2
Prerequisite(s): NSCI 2400U  
Credit restriction(s): KINE 2000U  and HLSC 3470U  
Cross-listed: KINE 2000U  



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