University of Technology Sydney

92511 Structural Anatomy

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This subject examines the structure and function of bones, joints, muscles and nerves with an emphasis on the identification of anatomical structures and their relevance to human motion. Students engage with content and solve problems using a large variety of life-size anatomy models and interactive learning platforms. This subject provides foundational knowledge for subsequent study of physiological and biomechanical aspects of human movement and forms the basis for working in the exercise and sports science industry.

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Autumn session, Moore Park precinct
Summer session, Moore Park precinct

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