ESSS 306 Kinesiology (4 credits)
In this course students will integrate and apply fundamental anatomical, physiological and biomechanical concepts of human movement. Students will use course concepts to evaluate complex movements such as running and throwing. The laboratory component of the course will emphasize analytical and problem solving skills through the qualitative and quantitative assessment of human movement.
Prerequisite: ESSS 258 or BIOL 214 or BIOL 325 & 326; Completion of the Core/Common Curriculum math requirement. Recommended: PHYS 105 or 191.