Description: This course will provide a culminating experience in the exercise science program. It consolidates the knowledge and understanding of anatomy, physiology, metabolism and kinesiology students have gained throughout their program to explore the mechanics and energetics of locomotion. Students then apply their synthesized understanding to examine exercise and clinical examples that they will encounter within their advanced therapeutic studies (physical therapy, occupational therapy, etc.). Co-convened with BIO 513. Letter grade only.
Sections offered: Spring 2020
Prerequisite: BIO 334, BIO 338, BIO 338L, and BIO 442