Unless otherwise indicated, a grade of C or higher is required for all prerequisite courses.
Students will learn the bones and muscles of the human body from the inside out in contrast to the traditional cadaver approach to anatomy. The instructor will teach how to attach specific muscles of a human body to a three-dimensional skeleton. Hands-on student learning will include using manipulatives such as clay to model human anatomy, postural and movement analyses, and participation in movement activities. The course includes topics in musculoskeletal anatomy, fundamental kinesiology, common postural anomalies, injuries, and injury prevention.