HC 301H: Research and Writing on the Anatomy of Human Movement

Professor: Steven Chatfield

4.00 credits

  • CRN 26367: Tuesday & Thursday, 0815-0945 @ REMOTE

In Anatomy of Human Movement we will examine anatomy as the foundation of kinesiology.  We will learn to use the fundamental tools of anatomy and kinesiology to investigate and explain how the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems interact in human posture and movement.  Seminal and emergent theories of human movement will be examined and applied to everyday situations as well as specialized training for health and fitness.  Classes will be equally dedicated to instructor presentation; group discussion; and individual project research, development, and presentation.