OTA-113 - Movement and Function

2 credits

In this course students will study the principles of human movement or kinesiology. Their understanding of the material will provide tools to solve clinical problems such as modifying equipment and environments, improving safety in the home and at work, and developing programs to prevent dysfunction related to disease processes, health conditions and cumulative trauma disorders. This is a web-assisted course; all class meetings are held on-site, supplemental materials are available on Blackboard. 

Prerequisite(s): BIO-231 

Corequisite(s): OTA 113L 

Previously known as: OCCP-203