PED 340 Integ Biomec & Exercise Phy II

Prerequisite: PED 335 and its prerequisites

Offered: Typically annually (offered Spring 2013)

This course is a continuation of Integrated Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology I. The goal of the course is more advanced applications of the principles and concepts learned in the previous course. Emphasis will be placed on the clinical aspects of the sub-disciplines including the areas of cardiac, pulmonary, metabolic, orthopedic and other prominent disease conditions, and appropriate activity interventions. Throughout this course, students will gain experience in using the HU-M-AN movement analysis and Dartfish software programs, and in creating and presenting in-depth material to external audiences (campus-wide, community, naïve audiences). This course is required for Physical Education majors. Students who are interested in working in medical rehabilitation settings are encouraged to take this course. 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit