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of leadership skills in the leadership process. Ethical reasoning and Catholic social teaching serve as the basis for students’ leadership development as reflected in both this course and in the co- requisite Theology or Philosophy Series III course. 1 credit OCCT 212: Occupational Role Acquisition Development across the life span with emphasis on skill acquisition. All aspects of development in human and non-human environmental interaction will be considered including motor, sensory integrative, cognitive, perceptual, social, cultural and religious. Emphasis will be placed on development of performance components and competence in performance areas within a temporal and environmental context. Multicultural factors relating to development of competence will also be addressed. Lab will provide community experiences with different ages and cultures. Prerequisite: OCCT 201 or Per Instructor Co-requisite: SOCI 120 (recommended) 4 credits OCCT 314: Occupational Science and Analysis The course explores occupational science and humans as occupational beings, and promotes discussion related to occupations and their relation to health and wellness. Students analyze occupation as a life organizer and develop and utilize observational skills, problem solving approaches, the teaching-learning process, therapeutic use of self, and activity analysis. Prerequisite: OCCT 212 or Per Instructor Co-requisite: OCCT 315 2 credits OCCT 315: Occupational Science and Analysis Lab This lab course expands upon the concepts learned in OCCT 314 Occupational Science and Analysis Lecture. This course provides students with hands-on experience in analysis of selected tasks of work, self-care and play/leisure. Prerequisite: OCCT 212 or Per Instructor Co-requisite: OCCT 314 1 credit OCCT 399: Independent Study An independent study whose objectives are determined collaboratively between student and instructor; designed to enrich a student’s depth of study in a specific area. 1 – 3 credits, Fall, Spring, Summer OCCT 426: Structural Function of the Neuromusculoskeletal System The purpose of this course is to provide students with lecture material on the neuromusculoskeletal system sufficient to prepare them for progression to junior level courses in the program. This course will focus on the functional anatomy of the muscular, skeletal, nervous, and circulatory systems. It will concentrate on the function of these systems within the context of volitional movement. Prerequisites: BIOL 108, BIOL 109, Per Instructor 1 credit OCCT 442: Analysis of Human Movement Analysis of movement from a musculoskeletal orientation with focus on motor, sensory and motor learning components of human movement and their impact on occupations such as work, self-care, and play/leisure. Clinical examples will be provided to connect lecture to reallife application. This course will also discuss the influence of neurological, biomechanical, and human/non-human environments on daily occupations. Prerequisites: PHYS 101, A & P I and II, OCCT 314, OCCT 315 Co-requisite: OCCT 443 3 credits OCCT 443: Analysis of Human Movement Lab This course builds upon knowledge acquired in Analysis of Human Movement lecture, providing students with hands-on experiences regarding analysis of movement from a musculoskeletal orientation with focus on motor, sensory and motor learning and the impact on occupations such as work, self-care, and play/leisure. Prerequisites: PHYS 101, A & P I and II, OCCT 314, OCCT 315 Co-requisite: OCCT 442 1 credit

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Gannon Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019  

Gannon Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019