1 Lecture / 3 Lab / 2 creditsThe anatomy of the human skeletal muscular system will be studied in detail from a regional perspective. Students will learn to identify muscles, their attributes, and related bony and surface land marks. This class is designed specifically to help students prepare for Clinical Kinesiology (PT 114), but it is open to any student who has met the prerequisites. Prerequisites: Anatomy and Physiology I (BL 201) OR Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (BL 320). Co-requisite: Anatomy and Physiology II (BL 202) is required as a corequisite if BL 201 was used to fulfill the prerequisite. This course is offered every spring.