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PED 104 Anatomical Kinesiology
Credit Hours:  3
Effective Term: Fall 2016
SUN#: None
AGEC: None  
Credit Breakdown: 3 Lectures
Times for Credit: 1
Grading Option: A, B, C, D, 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. (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. (Application Level) Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the shoulder girdle and shoulder joint.
3. (Application Level) Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the elbow and radioulnar joints.
4. (Application Level) Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the wrist and hand joints.
5. (Application Level) Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the hip joint and pelvic girdle.
6. (Application Level) Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the knee joint.
7. (Application Level) Identify, demonstrate, and discuss the bones, joints, movements, nerves, and muscular anatomy and function of the ankle and foot joints.
8. (Application 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