This minor is an innovative sequence of courses designed to enhance the undergraduate student's academic preparation for clinical and research graduate programs. Designed for students interested in graduate study in physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant programs, exercise physiology, and biomechanics; the minor provides a foundation of knowledge on the science of human movement as it pertains to both health and human performance.
Students must have completed at least 30 credits of undergraduate coursework in order to enroll in the minor.
Students should be familiar with university-wide requirements for minors described in AP.5.3.4 Minors.
Total credits: 17
Students must earn a C- or better in each course of the 17-credit curriculum to successfully complete the minor.
|RHBS 270||Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology I||4|
|RHBS 271||Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|RHBS 350||Clinical Physiology and Human Performance||3|
|RHBS 415||Clinical Movement Science I||3|
|Select one from the following:||3|
|Introduction to Rehabilitation Science|
|Health, Disease and Dysfunction|
|Applied Biomechanics in Rehabilitation|
|Gait and Functional Movement Analysis|
|Neural Basis of Movement|
|Clinical Assessment of Functional Capacity|
|Physical Activity and Public Health|
|Clinical Movement Science II|
|Adult Health and Function|
|Advanced Functional Clinical Assessments|
|Psychosocial Adaptation in Rehabilitation|
|Research in Rehabilitation Science (Mason Core)|