KINE 3343 Kinesiology and Biomechanics (3-0). This course pertains to the mechanics of human movement during physical activity and exercise; applications of fundamental physics to anatomical structures and motion and analysis of musculoskeletal structures that influence human movement. Equivalent courses: KES 3313 (through Summer 2022).
|Biomechanics||Section 001||Doug Renshaw|
|Biomechanics||Section 2W1||Billy Jack Ray, Ed.D.|
|Biomechanics||Section 001||Billy Jack Ray, Ed.D.|