HK317 - Biomechanics

A project-based course designed to allow students an immersive research experience and exposure to common methodologies in the field of Biomechanics. Students will develop and execute methodologies to answer biomechanical questions after establishing a background of kinetics and kinematics including basic physics principles, human gait, balance, jump, and movement pattern analysis. Students should plan on afternoon availability in weeks 2 and 3.

Prerequisite: Human Biology and Kinesiology 104 or Human Biology and Kinesiology 204, and at least 16 credits earned (including AP or IB credit) or Junior Class standing.

1 unit — Murphy


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Spring 2024 Block 6 Biomechanics Eryn Murphy Barnes Science Center 114 16 / 5 06/23/2024
Fall 2024 Block 3 Biomechanics Eryn Murphy TBA 16 / 12 06/23/2024
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