The Minor in Human Movement Science is open to all majors at the university. It is designed for students who seek to complement their current studies with a more detailed understanding of the interplay of human anatomy and kinetic forces of movement specific to their chosen career path.
Pursuing a Minor in Human Movement Science complements students’ knowledge in their related fields of science, engineering, and entrepreneurship to provide a baseline understanding of human anatomy, functional demands, and movement analysis as they relate to activities of daily living.
Curriculum subject to change.
For most up-to-date information please refer to the university’s academic catalog.
This minor includes three required courses and one elective course with offerings that can be tailored to a student’s interest in ergonomics, sport, kinetic movement, or deeper human anatomy knowledge through cadaveric education.
Applicants are required to have an overall grade-point average of 2.000 or higher. Complete the form below to declare the Human Movement Science Minor.
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Contact the Bouvé Office of Student Services for assistance with course registration or if you have questions about the minor.