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Courses: Functional Anatomy (PTA-115)

Functional Anatomy (PTA-115)
Study of neuro-musculo-skeletal structures with an emphasis on the function of normal human movement. Review of basic kinesiological principles and how they affect human posture and movement. Introduction to manual muscle testing and goniometry. Prerequisites: (All with a grade of "C" or better) BIO 105, ENG 101, MAT 119, PSY 101. Corequisites: PTA 130, PTA 251. 3 lecture hours and 3 laboratory hours per week. 4 credit hours.

Course Name: PTA-115
Departments: Practical Nursing & Allied Hea
Course Types: Applied Health
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Prerequisites: Prerequisite 1: ENG-101 or ENG-112; Prerequisite 2: BIO-105; Prerequisite 3: HUG-101; Prerequisite 4: MAT-119; Prerequisite 5: PSY-101
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