Applications of Assessments of Lower Body Muscle Function I
Students will be introduced to Muscle Activation Techniques for the lower body and explore the relationship of muscle function to joint stability relating to joint mobility. Students will evaluate range of motion in lower body movements and use the assessments to identify areas of muscle weakness. Study includes applications of isolated muscle strength testing, palpation of muscle attachment points along with corrective isometrics and reinforcement exercises.
Case Studies in Marketing Management
This course increases the learner’s analytical, collaborative and communication skills through examination of published studies in various aspects of sales and marketing management. Students explore the effectiveness of marketing concepts by reviewing local, national and international case studies on topics including product design, promotion, sales account representation and targeted markets, using visual, statistical and analytical approaches. Students develop critical problem-solving skills that apply to various business scenarios and report findings through electronic formats and peer presentations.
Students integrate knowledge acquired and applied in core courses to assess and develop strategies at the business unit and/or organizational level. Topics include strategic management models and their implementation, operational understanding of the strategic management process, and the role of managerial leaders in strategic planning.