Courses & Units

Functional and Surface Anatomy CXA232

Introduction

This unit provides an introduction to analysis of human movement. The focus is on functional musculoskeletal anatomy and the physical laws that control motion. The unit focuses both on the application of kinesiology to physical activities of daily living and exercise. It is a prerequisite for CXA203 Biomechanics

Summary

Unit name Functional and Surface Anatomy
Unit code CXA232
Credit points 12.5
College/School College of Health and Medicine
School of Health Sciences
Discipline Health Sciences
Coordinator Mr Matthew Schmidt
Available as an elective? Yes
Delivered By University of Tasmania
Level Intermediate

Availability

Location Study period Attendance options Available to
Launceston Semester 1 On-Campus International Domestic

Key

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Key Dates

Study Period Start date Census date WW date End date
Semester 1 20/2/2023 21/3/2023 10/4/2023 28/5/2023

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Learning Outcomes

  • Describe and analyse human movement using a range of models
  • Identify, joints, ligaments and muscles (with their neural supply) and describe how they contribution to movement, stability and posture and gait
  • Describe the basic mechanical principles that underpin human motor skills and posture
  • Demonstrate developing communication skills through individual contribution to management and evaluation of group processes
Field of Education Commencing Student Contribution 1,3 Grandfathered Student Contribution 1,3 Approved Pathway Course Student Contribution 2,3 Domestic Full Fee 4
$1,892.00 $888.00 not applicable $2,213.00

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Requisites

Prerequisites

CZZ101 or CXA172

Teaching

Teaching Pattern

Practical – 2 hours (weekly), Independent Learning - 4 hours (weekly), Individual Study - 4 hours (weekly)

AssessmentQuizzes (15%)|Examination (30%)|Practical test (25%)|Comparative analysis of a complex motor task (30%)
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Textbooks

Required

“Manual of Structural Kinesiology” 20th edition, R.T.Floyd.  McGraw Hill

Recommended

 Benke, R. S., 2001. Kinetic Anatomy, Human Kinetics, Champaign Il.

Greene D.P. and Roberts S.L., 1999. Kinesiology: Movement in the Context of Activity, Mosby, St Louis MO.

Carr, G., 2004. Sport Mechanics for Coaches 2nd Edition, Human Kinetics, Champaign II

Knudson, D. V. and Morrison, C. S., 2002. Qualitative Analysis of Human Movement 2nd Edition, Human Kinetics, Champaign Il.

Cutnell, J. D. and Johnson K. W., 2004. Physics 6th Edition, Wiley.

Trefil, J. and Hazen, R.M., 2004. Physics Matters: An Introduction to Conceptual Physics,  Wiley.

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