KIN 424K KIN 424K. Applied Human Anatomy. 4 Hours.
Combines the study of systematic and regional human anatomy. Includes applications of the skeletal system, and attachments and actions of muscles, with an emphasis on the mechanics of support and motion and their clinical applications. Three lecture hours and two laboratory hours a week for one semester. Only one of the following may be counted: Biology 478L, Kinesiology 324K, 424K. Prerequisite: For applied movement science, health education, and kinesiology majors, Kinesiology 310.