This course will examine the body's response to stress and/or trauma as a result of physical activity. Mechanism of injury, injury classification, signs/symptoms, treatment, and prevention protocols of commonly occurring injuries with activity will be covered. Practical application of human anatomy structure and function is a major component of this course. In addition, a weekly one-hour lab session with an emphasis on anatomical structure identification and palpation is required. Restricted to HSC majors or by permission of the Health Sciences Program Director. Students cannot receive credit for SCI 240 and PED 240.
BIO 201 and BIO 201L