EXS 310 – Kinesiology & Biomechanics
This course focuses on the science of human movement. Skeletal and muscular systems and mechanical analysis of basic motor patterns and sports skills are essential components of this course.
3.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Directed Study, Lecture, Lab

Exercise & Sport Performance Department
This excerpt is straight from the U-Online course catalog.

My Brief Description:
I took this class in the Spring of 2020 and it was a pretty straight forward class, but I learned a lot. Professor Lamarre was very enthusiastic with his course and offered a lot of assignments that involved participation. These assignments allowed students to practice both diagnostic and functional testing on one another, which I think was one of the most beneficial things that the course had to offer. If you want to be a PT or OT or something along those lines; then this course is perhaps the most important one you’ll take in terms of functional knowledge.

Here is some of the stuff you’ll learn: