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    I need some help from the international biomechanics community. I have 3
    students from Russia who took biomechanics before coming to the U.S. They
    are wanting the Russian course to count for our Senior level course at the
    University of Texas at El Paso. Based on a previous experience with a
    Russian transfer student who took my class, they probably already have the
    competencies I expect. However, due to some language barriers, I am unable
    to assess whether to give them credit. Based on the following information
    they provided me, can someone please advise? My course, by the way is an
    introductory course, even though at the senior level. We do not require
    physics or trig as a prerequisite.

    The book was called "Biomechanics"
    Authors: Donskoy D.D., Zatsiorskiy V.M.
    The book is aprooved be the Ministry for the Sports and physical culture of
    the Soviet Union.
    Publisher: Moscow, Physical culture and sports, 1979

    My instructers was Petrenko E.T., PhD, coordinator of the program was
    Bugebaeva S.Zh, PhD.

    Thanks!
    Darla R. Smith, Ph.D.
    Kinesiology Graduate Coordinator
    University of Texas at El Paso
    1101 N. Campbell
    El Paso, TX 79902-0581
    915-747-7208 phone
    915-747-7207 fax
    darsmith@utep.edu

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