An advanced study of current issues in biomechanics. This course will build upon skills needed to independently apply and interpret biomechanical theory and measurements. Laboratories skills in kinetic, kinematic and electromyographical measurement, analysis and interpretation will be taught. These theoretical and laboratory skills are important in areas such as research, ergonomics, sports performance, physical and occupational therapy and dynamic balance control.
Additional Course Information
- KP351 and registration status: Year 4 of the Honours KPE program.
- 3 lecture hours, 1.5 lab hours (alternate weeks)