Biomechanics, Bachelor of Science

University General Education Requirements

Fundamental Academic Skills
ENGL 1150ENGLISH COMPOSITION I3
ENGL 1160ENGLISH COMPOSITION II3
MATH 1310INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA3
CMST 1110PUBLIC SPEAKING FUNDS3
or CMST 2120 ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE
Writing in the Discipline in the Major (0 credit hours) This requirement is satisfied by writing required in:
BIOMECHANICS
PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE
Distribution Requirements
Natural & Physical Sciences (minimum 7 credit hours from at least two different disciplines and with at least one laboratory course)7
Humanities and Fine Arts (9 credit hours taken from at least two different disciplines/curriculum designations)9
Social and Behavioral Sciences (9 credit hours taken from at least two different disciplines/curriculum designations)9
Cultural Diversity
Cultural Diversity coursework may satisfy distribution requirements in Humanities/Fine Arts or in Social/Behavioral Sciences:6
Global (minimum 3 credit hours)
US (minimum 3 credit hours)
Total Credits43

NOTE: 14 hours from the professional core fulfilling the University General Education requirements include: eight hours in natural/physical sciences, three hours in mathematics (MATH 1320 will supersede MATH 1310), and three hours in the social/behaviors sciences (PSYC 1010). The 120 hour degree also assumes that students select coursework in humanities/fine arts area and the social/behavior sciences area that satisfy requirements for U.S. diversity and global diversity.

Required Professional Core Courses

Natural Sciences
BIOL 1450BIOLOGY I 15
BIOL 1750BIOLOGY II5
BMCH 2400HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY & ANATOMY I 14
BMCH 2500HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY II 14
CHEM 1180
CHEM 1184
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY 1
4
CHEM 1190
CHEM 1194
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY
4
PHYS 2110
PHYS 1154
GENERAL PHYSICS I - CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I 1
5
PHYS 2120
PHYS 1164
GENERAL PHYSICS-CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
5
Mathematics
MATH 1320COLLEGE ALGEBRA 23
MATH 1330TRIGONOMETRY3
MATH 1950CALCULUS I5
MATH 1960CALCULUS II5
PSYC 3130STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES3
Behavioral Science
PSYC 1010INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY I 33
PSYC 4440ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY3
Movement Sciences Core
BMCH 1000INTRODUCTION TO BIOMECHANICS3
BMCH 1100ETHICS OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH3
BMCH 2200ANALYTICAL METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS3
BMCH 3000BIOMECHANICAL STATICS & DYNAMICS3
BMCH 4100BIOINSPIRED ROBOTICS3
BMCH 4630BIOMECHANICS3
BMCH 4640ORTHOPEDIC BIOMECHANICS3
BMCH 4650NEUROMECHANICS OF HUMAN MOVEMENT3
Practica
BMCH 4200METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS I3
BMCH 4210METHODS IN BIOMECHANICS II3
BMCH 4980CAPSTONE DESIGN IN BIOMECHANICS I4
BMCH 4990CAPSTONE DESIGN IN BIOMECHANICS II4
Total Credits99
1

Eight hours of courses marked can be counted in fulfilling university general education requirements in the natural science distribution area.

2

Three hours for College Algebra exceeds the MATH 1310 course required in general education. 

3

Three hours for Introduction to Psychology can be counted in fulfilling university general education requirements in the social/behavioral science distribution area.