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KINS 350

Motor Control

This course is an overview of the neural mechanisms underlying the control of human movement. Current theories of human motor control are used as a backdrop for the importance that different portions of the nervous system play in creating movement. Prerequisite: KINS 254. Not open to students with credit in KINS 250..

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
KINS 254 1 course

Spring Semester information

Pat Babington

350A: Motor Control