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MSc Applied Biomechanics by Distance Learning - Distance

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements An academic or professional qualification acceptable to the Head of the Bioengineering Unit. The course requires a basic knowledge of trigonometry and the ability to handle simple algebraic equations.
  • Academic Title
    MSc Applied Biomechanics by Distance Learning
  • Course description
    This course has been designed to enable candidates to continue working full-time in their chosen profession (e.g. therapy, rehabilitation, surgery, sport coaching), while studying biomechanics by distance learning.

    Please note: We regret that this course is no longer available to new applicants.

    Most of the course material is contained in lecture booklets that are sent to candidates at set intervals. Practical laboratory/demonstration sessions and tutorials are conducted during three five-day residential periods where candidates use the Bioengineering Unit's extensive research facilities.

    The course comprises compulsory and optional classes as follows :

    Core Biomechanics Modules

        * Biomechanics 1: Fundamental Mechanics
        * Biomechanics 2: Effects of Force Actions

    Compulsory Modules

        * Research Methods
        * Experimental Methods in Biomechanics Force and Motion
        * Biological and Non-Biological Material Mechanics: 1
        * Biomechanical Analysis

    Option Modules

        * Experimental Methods in Biomechanics Experimental Reports
        * Biological and Non-Biological Material Mechanics: 2
        * Orthopaedic Biomechanics Device Design
        * Rehabilitation Biomechanics Gait Analysis

    Award of the PgCert requires completion of the two core Biomechanics modules. The PgDip requires the two core modules, the compulsory modules and two optional modules to be completed. The MSc requires completion of a research project and a dissertation.

    Course Length

    Normally, 24-36 months part-time.

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