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The study of the structure and function of the systems of the body with an emphasis on the nervous system, special senses, digestive system, endocrine system, metabolism and body temperature regulation, lymphatic system, and urinary system.

Prerequisite(s): PE 2400 or BMCH 2400 with a grade of C- or better.

Biomechanics, Bachelor of Science

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 1220 ), 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.