KIN 385 - 1 Biomechanics

KIN 385 - 1 Biomechanics

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This course will cover the biomechanical properties of tissues and organs and will discuss the effects of these properties on function. Methods for the analysis of deformational mechanics will be introduced as they apply to biological tissues including bone, muscle, and connective tissues. Analysis of movement will also be discussed at a biomechanical level. PHY 111 Recommended for Pre-Requisite. ZOO 261 and ZOO 263 are required.

3.00
ZOO 261
Biology