BIOMEDE 534 (IOE 534)(MFG 534) - Occupational Biomechanics

Instructor: Bernard Martin, Ph.D.
Anatomical and physiological concepts are introduced to understand and predict human motor capabilities, with particular emphasis on the evaluation and design of manual activities in various occupations. Quantitative models are developed to explain: (1) muscle strength performance; (2) cumulative and acute musculoskeletal injury; (3) physical fatigue; and (4) human motion control.
Prerequisites: IOE 333 or IOE 334
Credits: 3

Course Profile 


Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous