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BIOL 4309 [0.5 credit] Studies in Human Performance

Biomechanical underpinnings of human performance including the quantitative analysis of human motion in normal activities and in athletic performance. Students will learn modern motion capture methods. This course will require students to design and execute an independent project.
Includes: Experiential Learning Activity
Prerequisite(s): BIOL 3307 and fourth-year standing, or permission of the department.
Lecture three hours per week, workshop/labs three hours per week.