92512 Biomechanics of Human Motion6cp; 1hpw (online modules), 2hpw (tutorial), 2hpw (pre-learning)
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
This subject introduces students to the biomechanical principles that underpin human movement. It analyses both internal and external forces with respect to the human body and its environment. Emphasis is placed on how various kinematic and kinetic principles can be applied to improve movement skill technique, maximise performance and/or reduce injuries. Through practice-oriented activities such as problem-solving tasks and practical activities, students learn qualitative and quantitative techniques which assist in the analysis of human motion.
Autumn session, Moore Park precinct
Detailed subject description.
Information to assist with determining the applicable fee type can be found at Understanding fees.
- Commonwealth-supported students: view subject fees at Fees Search: Commonwealth-supported
- Postgraduate domestic fee-paying students: fees are charged according to the course enrolled in; refer to Domestic Fees Search: Postgraduate and Research
- International students: fees are charged according to the course enrolled in; refer to International Fees Search
- Subject EFTSL: 0.125