This course studies the anatomical structure and function of the human nervous, muscular and skeletal systems, and how these systems work together to produce movement. Students will learn to palpate the various anatomical structures of the musculoskeletal system. Students will use this foundational knowledge to study the biomechanics of movement, including posture and gait.

Prereq: BIO260 or BIO270 and concurrent enrollment in BIO272.

Fall 2019
Credit
3.0
| Prereq or Coreq required
Sessions
Ticket # CRN Days Times Location Instructor Status
201TMS162.001
T
9:00am-10:40am
Course Location

Sugar Grove Campus, Akerlow Hall, Room 242

Sugar Grove Campus
Waubonsee Community College
Route 47 at Waubonsee Drive
Sugar Grove, IL 60554-9454
(630) 466-7900

Milholland

Open

201TMS162.001
T
11:00am-12:40pm
Course Location

Sugar Grove Campus, Akerlow Hall, Room 242

Sugar Grove Campus
Waubonsee Community College
Route 47 at Waubonsee Drive
Sugar Grove, IL 60554-9454
(630) 466-7900

Milholland

Open