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PED 104 Anatomical Kinesiology
Credit Hours:  3
Effective Term: Fall 2010
SUN#: None
AGEC: 
Credit Breakdown: 3 Lectures
Times for Credit: 1
Grading Option: A/F
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Description: Muscles, bones, joints and nerves and how they produce movement. Applying kinesiology to improve and maintain the muscular strength, endurance, flexibility and overall health of individuals.

Prerequisites: RDG 094

Corequisites: None

Recommendations: None

Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
1. (Knowledge/Comprehension level) Identify and discuss skeletal anatomy, terminology, planes of motion and the various types of joints in the human body and their characteristics.
2. (Knowledge/application/comprehension level) Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the shoulder girdle and shoulder joint.
3. (Knowledge/application/comprehension level) Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the elbow and radioulnar joints.
4. (Knowledge/application/comprehension level) Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the wrist and hand joints.
5. (Knowledge/application/comprehension level)Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the hip joint and pelvic girdle.
6. (Knowledge/application/comprehension level)Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the knee joint.
7. (Knowledge/application/comprehension level)Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the ankle and foot joints.
8. (Knowledge/application/comprehension level)Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the trunk and spinal column.
Internal/External Standards Accreditation
1. A minimum 90% competency on written and practical exams and/or assignments covering the identity of the bones, joints and planes of motion of the human body.

2. A minimum 80% competency on written and practical exams and/or assignments covering the anatomy and functional movement of:
- the ankle and foot
- the knee joint
- the hip and pelvis
- the trunk and spine
- the shoulder joint
- the elbow joint
- the wrist and hand