University of Vermont

2013-2014 Catalogue

Courses in Rehabilitation & Movement Sci

RMS 095 - Introductory Special Topics
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Credits: 1-18.
RMS 157 - Prevention & Care Athletic Inj
Course focuses on prevention, recognition, and care of injuries incurred by the physically active. Includes topics of anatomy, biomechanics, nutrition, environmental concerns, and emergency procedures.
Credits: 3.
RMS 188 - D2:Org&Ldrship in AthTrn&Ex Sc
Concepts of diversity, equity, and active citizenship in health care management, professional development, leadership, and professional ethics for athletic training and exercise-related professions. Pre/co-requisites: Junior standing; AT and EMS majors only.
Credits: 3.
RMS 195 - Intermediate Special Topics
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Credits: 1-18.
RMS 213 - Biomechanics of Human Movement
Students learn to apply kinesiology and biomechanical principles and concepts to the analysis of human movement, posture, joint structure and function, and gait. Pre/co-requisites: ANPS 019/ANPS 020, and Undergraduate Physics.
Credits: 3.
RMS 220 - Research I
Focus is on critical analysis of research literature. Emphasis on critically reading and interpreting published research regarding applicability to the practice of health care professionals. Pre/co-requisite: Undergraduate Statistics.
Credits: 3.
RMS 244 - Patient Mgmt Therapeutic Modal
Lecture/laboratory experience re theory and application skills for therapeutic modalities including heat, cold, light, water, sound, electricity, massage, traction, pneumatic pressure, and biofeedback. Pre/co-requisite: ANPS 019/ANPS 020.
Credits: 3.
RMS 250 - Exercise Physiology
An exploration of the acute and long-term responses to exercise on the metabolic, skeletal, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems. Prerequisites: ANPS 019/ANPS 020; EMS, AT majors only or Instructor permission.
Credits: 0-4.
RMS 280 - Senior Research Experience
This course is designed to increase student understanding of the connection between systematic investigation and professional knowledge through a range of research activities and experiences. Pre/co-requisites: RMS 220, Instructor permission.
Credits: 1-4.
RMS 295 - Advanced Special Topics
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Credits: 1-18.
RMS 351 - Exercise in Health and Disease
Effects of exercise on physiological function, emphasizing muscular, skeletal, cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurological and endocrine systems, and the relationship of diet/exercise to health/wellness across the lifespan. Prerequisites: DPT major or Graduate standing; Anatomy/Physiology recommended.
Credits: 3.

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