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Mokha, Monique
11-17-2006, 03:29 AM
Biomechanics Scholarships Available for Fall 2007



Applications for the master's degree specialization in Biomechanics at Barry
University are being accepted for this Fall, and scholarships of up to $5400
per year are available based on undergraduate GPA. Call Barry's Sport and
Exercise Science Admissions office at 305-899-3494 or 800-756-6000 ext 3494
for more information. You can also contact us by email at
sportsciences@mail.barry.edu.



This specialization within Barry's graduate program in Movement Science
combines both theory and practice that will prepare you for a variety of
career opportunities in Biomechanics in biomechanics, including orthopedics,
coaching, teaching, and movement analysis as it applies to gait, injury
etiology, and sport performance enhancement. Students will also be
well-prepared to pursue doctoral study in movement science.

The Biomechanics Laboratory is located in the Health and Sports Center that
houses both the academic and athletic departments providing potential for
applied research with sport coaches, certified athletic trainers, and
strength and conditioning coaches.

Course work consists of classes in force measurement, electromyography,
videography, biomechanics, qualitative biomechanics, biomechanics of injury,
statistics, and research methodology. A mini-internship as well as a thesis
is also required.

Why consider Barry University? Here are just a few of the reasons:

* Quality academics combined with hands-on career preparation
* Adrian Dominican compassion and attention to social justice
* Floridian warmth and international, metropolitan vitality
* Diversity of ages, cultures, faiths, and perspectives
* Personalized and purposeful approach to education
* Encouragement to reach your potential and to make a difference in
the world

Founded in 1940, the University is a co-educational, international
university located in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area that is sponsored by
the Dominican Sisters of Adrian, Michigan, and is governed by an
independent, self-perpetuating Board of Trustees.

The program coordinator, Dr. Monique Mokha PhD ATC LAT can be reached at
mmokha@mail.barry.edu or (305) 899-3064.



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