OTA 101 Foundations of Movement and Function

This course provides students with an understanding of human movement as a vital component to occupational therapy. The course presents the active and passive structures involved in movement. Students explore biomechanical analysis, neurodevelopment foundations to movement and function. Initial exposure to evaluation and intervention techniques used by occupational therapy practitioners.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

Or Corequisite: "C+" or Higher in BIO 120 or BIO 211, OTA 100

Offered

F, Sp