View Full Version : Re: Distance learning course of Master degree about biomechanic

Kang Hee Cho, M.d., Ph.d.
05-20-1998, 12:22 PM
Dear subscribers

I received the many answer about distance learning courses about
I am sure that these information are helpful for one who want to study
and learn biomechanics in his or her home.


The United States Sports Academy, in Daphne Alabama, U.S.A. Offers
learning courses, including biomechics. I am a graduate. Good Luck.

"Meg V. Perritt" , Pacific Bell Internet
The Bioengineering Unit at U. of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland) has
study abroad programs that may interest you. I just completed my PhD
with the Bioengineering Unit - I found it to be a very good program.

Edward Lemaire, PhD
Clinical Researcher
The Rehabilitation Centre
(613) 737-7350 x5592

Address of the Bioengineering Unit at U. of Strathclyde (Glasgow,
Scotland) is http://www.strath.ac.uk/Departments/NatCentre/

Hi, I am a graduate student at Auburn University. I am receiving my MS
Industrial Engineering this summer. My emphasis is in occupational
and ergonomics. Auburn University offers both the MS and PhD in a
called "Outreach." In this program you are enrolled in a class, and
receive the lectures on videotape.

Auburn University does not offer a degree in biomechanics, but it does
the safety and ergonomics degree. If Auburn University offers this,
you can find the "Outreach" type of classes at other universities...such
Georgia Tech or the University of Alabama. You can take a look at the
Auburn University outreach program at www.auburn.edu, and click on the
button that says "Outreach."

Good luck!

Mary Payton
I hear the Dr. SU at National Cheng Kung Univ in Tainan Taiwan has an
excellant Biomechanics course

886-6-275-7575 T
886-6-234-3270 F

Dan India

Motion Analysis Corporation
Daniel India, Vice President
3617 Westwind Blvd
Santa Rosa, CA 95403 USA
HQ Tel: 707-579-6500 Direct 847-945-1411
HQ Fax 707-526-0629 Direct 847-945-1442

Look at these web sites


There seem to be several places (in USA) that offer masters degree
courses of some type, although I do not know if they extend to
International students as well (but I hope so).

Please post a summary, as I think it is fascinating to watch this new
educational path grow.

Bryan Kirking
Research Engineer
Department of Orthopedic Surgery
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

I posted a similar question on the list about a year ago and the
only institution that responded was the University of Strathclyde
in Glosgow, Ireland. However, they have a satelite program in asia
based at the National University of Singapore.

I suppose it would be best if you write to (or e-mail) the University
of Strathclyde.

May I ask for a summary of replies for this query?

Thank you very much.

Maxwell Leland Amurao
Sport Biomechanist
Philippine Center for Sports Medicine

Kang Hee Cho, M.D., Ph.D.
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
College of Medicine Chungnam National University
Taejon, Korea
tel; +82-42-220-7818
fax; +82-42-256-6056

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