Physical Education
CARDIO CONDITIONING
PE 100
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Basic group exercise to music, primarily targeting cardiovascular conditioning. [PE, SE]
FITNESS WALKING
PE 102
1 - 2 Credits
44 hours of lab
Emphasis on walking programs, including interval training, power walking, and race walking. Walking technique and health benefits also discussed. [PE, SE]
BENCH STEP AEROBICS
PE 103
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Introduction to high-intensity/low impact exercise promoting overall body strength and cardiovascular fitness that involves stepping up and down on a bench step platform to music. [PE, SE]
CIRCUIT FITNESS
PE 104
1 - 2 Credits
44 hours of lab
An individualized systematic approach to cardiovascular fitness through the use of multiple weight machines and aerobic equipment. Pre and post fitness assessments conducted. Students must earn 2 credits of PE 104 before advancing to PE 105. [PE, SE]
CIRCUIT FITNESS
PE 105
1 - 2 Credits
44 hours of lab
An individualized systematic approach to cardiovascular fitness through the use of multiple weight machines and aerobic equipment. Pre and post fitness assessments conducted. Prerequisite: Two credits of PE 104. [PE, SE]
CIRCUIT FITNESS
PE 106
1 - 2 Credits
44 hours of lab
An individualized systematic approach to cardiovascular fitness through the use of multiple weight machines and aerobic equipment. Pre and post fitness assessments conducted. Prerequisite: 2 credits of PE 105. [PE, SE]
SPEED, AGILITY, AND QUICKNESS
PE 107
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Focuses on biomechanics of running, development of speed, agility and personal quickness. Learning of drills and enhancement of skills to improve personal performance. [PE, SE]
INDEPENDENT FITNESS PROGRAM
PE 108
1 - 2 Credits
44 hours of lab
A self-paced conditioning course for the motivated, self-directed student. Design, implement and document a goal-oriented fitness program with instructor advice and approval. Areas of concentration will be the three components of fitness: Cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength and muscular flexibility training. [PE, SE]
MARTIAL ARTS: TAE KWON DO
PE 109A
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Tae Kwon Do is a Korean martial art that predominately focuses on kicking. Students must purchase a uniform for this class. [PE, SE]
MARTIAL ARTS: KUNG FU
PE 109B
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Kung Fu is a Chinese method of self-defense. Covers history and philosophy, basic strikes, blocks, and escapes from various attacks and grabs. Students must purchase a uniform for this class. [PE, SE]
MARTIAL ARTS: JUDO
PE 109D
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Judo is a Japanese martial art focused on throwing, where students learning falling techniques, basic takedowns, escapes, and joint locks. Students must purchase a uniform for this class. [PE, SE]
MARTIAL ARTS:BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU
PE 109E
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Jiu-Jitsu is a Brazilian sport of self-defense that uses grappling, wrestling, and locking techniques. Students must purchase a uniform for this class. [PE, SE]
SELF DEFENSE
PE 110
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
This course is designed to teach the student basic self-defense techniques as well as situational awareness through class participation and discussion. [PE, SE]
CORE CONDITIONING
PE 111
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Focus on engaging the core area to improve posture and muscular endurance for everyday movement. [PE, SE]
TONE AND TRIM
PE 112
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Stretching and strengthening exercise class to improve muscular strength, tone, posture and flexibility with an emphasis on abdominal and back strength. [PE, SE]
TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING
PE 113
2 Credits
44 hours of lab
Students will use fitness center equipment and a variety of conditioning activities to develop cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and flexibility. Course will emphasize how to structure an exercise plan to meet individualized goals. [PE, SE]
WEIGHT TRAINING-GENERAL I
PE 115
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Strength development through basic exercise and lift techniques. Beginning theories and techniques in fitness conditioning, body building, and power lifting. [PE, SE]
FITNESS CENTER BASICS
PE 116
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Introduction to the fundamental skills necessary to implement a physical activity program in a fitness center setting. Students develop and implement an exercise program appropriate to their fitness level and individual needs using a variety of cardiovascular and resistance machines. [PE, SE]
WEIGHT TRAINING-POWER LIFTING I
PE 117
2 Credits
44 hours of lab
Conditioning class for students interested in strength improvement through heavy resistance training. The Olympic lifts along with numerous power/speed lifts will be performed for personal improvement in various fitness parameters. [PE, SE]
CARDIO KICKBOXING-BEGINNING
PE 120
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Combination of aerobic dance and martial arts, including American Kickboxing and Thai Boxing, in a format that increases cardiovascular endurance, sharpens reflexes and enhances power. [PE, SE]
YOGA
PE 121
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Introduction to hatha yoga (physical yoga) with an emphasis on postures, breathing and body-mind centering. [PE, SE]
T'AI CHI
PE 122
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
T'ai Chi is an ancient form of mental and spiritual discipline developed in China. The movements of the t'ai chi form are slow and deliberate, helping with relaxation, focus, strengthening, and balance. [PE, SE]
HEALTHY HEART-BEGINNING
PE 123
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Cardiac prevention and rehabilitation exercise: designed to promote awareness and practice of exercise, nutrition, and stress. Skills in dealing with pre- and post-cardiac trauma. [GE, SE]
PILATES-BEGINNING
PE 124
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Methods of conditioning covers the basic principles and exercise technique needed to increase core strength and stabilization, improve coordination, balance, postural awareness, and increase muscular flexibility and stamina. [PE, SE]
ROCK CLIMBING
PE 125
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Basics of rock climbing. Focus on belay techniques and knot tying skills along with the essential styles of climbing safety and efficiently.
BOOT CAMP-BEGINNING
PE 129
2 Credits
44 hours of lab
Introduction to physical fitness for military purposes; emphasis on basic conditioning and discipline. This course is open to all students. [PE, SE]
BALLET-BEGINNING
PE 130
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Beginning ballet technique including barre and centre work. [PE, SE]
BALLROOM DANCE: LATIN OR SMOOTH
PE 131
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Fundamentals, forms and pattern of ballroom dance. Develop confidence through practice with a variety of partners. SMOOTH style dances include waltz, tango, fox trot, quick step and Viennese waltz. LATIN Dance sections will include: mambo, cha cha, rhumba, samba, salsa.
BALLROOM DANCE: SMOOTH
PE 131A
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Fundamentals, forms and pattern of ballroom dance. Develop confidence through practice with a variety of partners. Smooth style dances include waltz, tango, fox trot, quick step and Viennese waltz. [PE, SE]
BALLROOM DANCE: LATIN
PE 131B
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Fundamentals, forms and pattern of ballroom dance. Develop confidence through practice with a variety of partners. Latin dance sections will include: mambo, cha cha, rhumba, samba, and salsa. [PE, SE]
BALLROOM DANCE: LATIN OR SMOOTH
PE 131D
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Fundamentals, forms and pattern of ballroom dance. Develop confidence through practice with a variety of partners. Smooth style dances include waltz, tango, fox trot, quick step and Viennese waltz. Latin dances include: mambo, cha cha, rhumba, samba, salsa. [PE, SE]
CONTEMPORARY DANCE
PE 133
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Fundamentals and techniques of modern dance and rhythmic self-expression. [PE, SE]
MODERN JAZZ
PE 134
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Beginning Modern Jazz technique. Students will study fundamental moves and learn a routine. [PE, SE]
SWING DANCE-BEGINNING
PE 135
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Basic patterns and partnering skills for East Coast Swing (jive), West Coast Swing (hustle), and Lindy Hop. Course covers dance technique, partnering skills, patterns and music identification. [PE, SE]
HIP-HOP DANCE
PE 137
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Introduction to basic dance techniques, floor combinations, balance, and longer dance routines of hip hop dance. Develop confidence and skill through practice. [PE, SE]
BELLY DANCE
PE 139
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Gain knowledge of movement and dance steps, culture and history, various rhythms, country of origin and related movements. Egyptian music is the predominant focus. [PE, SE]
BASKETBALL
PE 140
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Ball handling, shooting, passing, offensive and defensive techniques, rules, strategy and competitive play. [PE, SE]
BOWLING
PE 143
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Techniques, styles of play, rules of courtesy, scoring and competitive games. [PE, SE]
FENCING-FOIL
PE 147
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Movement of fencing plus defense, offense, rules of bouting, officiating, and competition. [PE, SE]
GOLF
PE 148
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Fundamentals and practice of golf. Focuses on full-swing fundamentals, chipping, pitching, putting, golf strategies, and rules of the game. [PE, SE]
SOCCER
PE 150
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Focus on individual offensive and defensive skills, game strategy, rules, and team tactics through the use of small-sided games and individual drills. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING
PE 152
1 - 30 Credits
660 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate sports.
SPORTS CONDITIONING:SOCCER-WOMEN
PE 152A
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate women's soccer. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING:SOCCER-MEN'S
PE 152B
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate men's soccer. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING: VOLLEYBALL
PE 152D
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in women's intercollegiate volleyball. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING: BASKETBALL-WOMEN'S
PE 152E
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate women's basketball. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING: BASKETBALL-MEN'S
PE 152F
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate men's basketball. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING: SOFTBALL
PE 152G
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in women's intercollegiate softball. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING: TRACK AND FIELD
PE 152I
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate track and field. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING: CHEERLEADING
PE 152J
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate cheerleading.
SPORTS CONDITIONING: CROSS COUNTRY
PE 152K
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate cross country. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING: BASEBALL
PE 152M
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate baseball. [PE, SE]
TENNIS
PE 155
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Basic tennis skills including grip, foot work, and strokes, such as backhand, forehand, volley and serve. The drop shot, lob, and overhead shots will be introduced, as will singles and doubles strategies, rules, scoring and court etiquette. [PE, SE]
VOLLEYBALL
PE 158
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Introduction to the fundamental skills and strategies of organized volleyball. Volleyball requires development of the following individual skills: forearm pass, set, spike, block, dig, and serve. In addition, students will gain an understanding of elementary team strategies. Students will learn to practice effective communication with teammates. [PE, SE]
ULTIMATE FRISBEE-BEGINNING
PE 163
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Ultimate Frisbee fundamentals: individual skill development, rules, game play, and strategies. [PE, SE]
AQUA EXERCISE
PE 171
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Conditioning through water exercises for students with or without swimming ability. Increased fitness with emphasis on stretching, flexibility, and abdominal and back strength. [PE, SE]
SCUBA-BEGINNING
PE 173
2 Credits
11 hours of lecture - 22 hours of lab
Classroom lectures and discussion, swimming pool practice, and diving safety. Supervised experience in open water training optional at extra cost. Successful completion qualifies student for certification card. Prerequisite: Swimming ability. [PE, SE]
SWIMMING-STROKE AND SKILL IMPROVEMENT
PE 175
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
For swimmer who is comfortable in deep water. Instruction and improvement of individual swimming strokes and survival skills. [PE, SE]
SWIMMING-BEGINNING
PE 176
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
For non-swimmers and those who cannot swim 25 yards (one pool length). Opportunity to learn and improve individual swimming and water survival skills. Introduction to Red Cross swimming strokes with increased endurance and comfort in the water. [PE, SE]
SWIMMING-ELEMENTARY
PE 177
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Designed for beginning swimming students who wish to further their confidence in the water. Focus is on improving swimming proficiency and water survival skills. Beginning swimming skills that are emphasized include the crawl, breast stroke, and diving. [PE, SE]
SWIM CONDITIONING-BEGINNING
PE 179
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Emphasizes swimming fitness through lap swimming. Students will participate in a workout designed to address their particular fitness and skill level. Prerequisite: Ability to swim comfortably in the deep end of pool. [PE, SE]
HIKING
PE 182
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Experience hiking off-campus on designated trails. Course emphasizes basic safety and survival skills and practices low-impact hiking methods. [PE, SE]
ROWING-BEGINNING
PE 183
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Introduction to the sport of rowing. Includes basic technique and terminology, related water safety, development of strength, endurance and flexibility. Skills include rowing, strength training, cardiovascular training. Prerequisite: Must pass swimming test prior to first class. See Course Information Sheet outside OSC 206 for more information. [PE, SE]
CARDIO CONDITIONING-INTERMEDIATE
PE 200
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Intermediate group exercise to music, primarily targeting cardiovascular conditioning. Prerequisite: PE 100. [PE, SE]
FITNESS WALKING-INTERMEDIATE
PE 202
1 - 2 Credits
44 hours of lab
Intermediate fitness walking with emphasis on walking programs and technique. Prerequisite: PE 102. [PE, SE]
BENCH STEP AEROBICS-INTERMEDIATE
PE 203
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Intermediate high-intensity/low impact exercise program using a bench step promoting overall body strength and cardiovascular fitness. Prerequisite: PE 103. [PE, SE]
SPEED, AGILITY, AND QUICKNESS
PE 207
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Additional drills to further advance personal ability in running, quickness, speed. Includes advanced plyometric training techniques. Prerequisite: PE 107. [PE, SE]
INDEPENDENT FITNESS - INTERMEDIATE
PE 208
1 - 2 Credits
44 hours of lab
A continuation of the self-paced conditioning course, plus setting and implementing an additional personalized health related goal to be determined at the first individual meeting with instructor. Prerequisite: PE 108. [PE, SE]
MARTIAL ARTS-INTERMEDIATE
PE 209
1 - 4 Credits
88 hours of lab
A further examination into a specified martial art. Prerequisite: PE 109. [PE]
MARTIAL ARTS-INTERMEDIATE:TAE KWON DO
PE 209A
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
A further examination into Tae Kwon Do, a Korean martial art that predominately focuses on kicking. Students must purchase a uniform for this class. Prerequisite: PE 109A. [PE, SE]
MARTIAL ARTS-INTERMEDIATE:KUNG FU
PE 209B
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
A further examination into Kung Fu, a Chinese method of self-defense. Covers history and philosophy, basic strikes, blocks, and escapes from various attacks and grabs. Students must purchase a uniform for this class. Prerequisite: PE 109B. [PE, SE]
MARTIAL ARTS-INTERMEDIATE:JUDO
PE 209D
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
A further examination into Judo, a Japanese martial art focused on throwing, where students learn falling techniques, basic takedowns, escapes, and joint locks. Students must purchase a uniform for this class. Prerequisite: PE 109D. [PE, SE]
MARTIAL ARTS-INTERMEDIATE:BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU
PE 209E
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
A further examination into Jiu-Jitsu, a Brazilian sport of self-defense that uses grappling, wrestling, and locking techniques. Students must purchase a uniform for this class. Prerequisite: PE 109C. [PE, SE]
CORE CONDITIONING-INTERMEDIATE
PE 211
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of core conditioning techniques learned in PE 111. More advanced techniques introduced. Prerequisite: PE 111. [PE, SE]
TONE AND TRIM-INTERMEDIATE
PE 212
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of general fitness improvement through stretching, flexibility and toning exercise. Prerequisite: PE 112. [PE, SE]
TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING-INT
PE 213
2 Credits
44 hours of lab
Continuation of individualized conditioning program for developing the various components of fitness. Additional focus on learning principles of fitness to create personalized workouts. Prerequisite: PE 113. [PE, SE]
TRIATHLON TRAINING
PE 214
2 Credits
44 hours of lab
Theoretical basis and competencies needed to safely and effectively train to complete a small triathlon will be explored. Activities include swimming, cycling and running along with a self-contained mini triathlon at course conclusion. Students must know how to swim and have their own bicycle. [PE, SE]
WEIGHT TRAINING-GENERAL II
PE 215
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of individual lifting skills. Application of principles and theories to design personal workouts. Additional advanced lifts and techniques to be used and reviewed via videotapes. Prerequisite: PE 115. [PE, SE]
FITNESS CENTER-INTERMEDIATE
PE 216
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Introduction to the fundamental skills necessary to implement a physical activity program in a fitness center setting. Students develop and implement an exercise program appropriate to their fitness level and individual needs using a variety of cardiovascular and resistance machines. [PE, SE]
WEIGHT TRAINING-POWER LIFTING II
PE 217
2 Credits
44 hours of lab
Continued application of skill and conditioning level. Application of workout design and training theory will also be covered and applied. Assessment of personal fitness parameters. Prerequisite: PE 117. [PE, SE]
CARDIO KICKBOXING-INT
PE 220
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of PE 120. Intermediate students will demonstrate more advanced techniques and perform moves that require greater conditioning. Combines aerobic dance and martial arts, including American Kickboxing and Thai Boxing, in a format that increases cardiovascular endurance, sharpens reflexes and enhances power. Prerequisite: PE 120. [PE, SE]
YOGA-INTERMEDIATE
PE 221
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
A continuation of Hatha yoga technique. Students will practice more advanced postures and a deeper exploration of body-mind centering. Prerequisite: PE 121. [PE, SE]
T'AI CHI - INTERMEDIATE
PE 222
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
T'ai Chi is an ancient form of mental and spiritual discipline developed in China. The movements of the T'ai Chi form are slow, deliberate and focused. Intermediate T'ai Chi will introduce additional movements of the Yang Family Short Form, as well as encourage a deeper exploration of the principles introduced in Beginning T'ai Chi. Prerequisite: PE 122. [PE, SE]
HEALTHY HEART-INTERMEDIATE
PE 223
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of exercise designed to lower risk for heart disease or to promote cardiac recovery. Study of healthy nutrition and stress reduction in the prevention of heart disease. Prerequisite: PE 123. [GE, PE, SE]
PILATES-INTERMEDIATE
PE 224
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of Pilates method of conditioning needed to increase core strength and stabilization, improve coordination, balance, postural awareness, and increase muscular flexibility and stamina. Prerequisite: PE 124. [PE, SE]
ROCK CLIMBING-INTERMEDIATE
PE 225
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Learn advanced rock climbing methods. Bouldering technique and Lead Climbing skills will be taught, taking the student beyond the skills learned in PE 125. Prerequisite: Completion of PE 125 or consent of Instructional Unit.
BOOT CAMP-INTERMEDIATE
PE 229
2 Credits
44 hours of lab
Continuation of physical fitness for military purposes; emphasis on basic conditioning, discipline, and leadership. This course is open to all students. Prerequisite: PE 129. [PE, SE]
BALLET-INTERMEDIATE
PE 230
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Stronger techniques with more advanced steps and combinations including toe. Prerequisite: PE 130. [PE, SE]
BALLROOM DANCE-INTERMEDIATE: LATIN OR SMOOTH
PE 231
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Fundamentals, forms and pattern of ballroom dance. Develop confidence through practice with a variety of partners. SMOOTH style dances include waltz, tango, fox trot, quick step and Viennese waltz. LATIN Dance sections will include: mambo, cha cha, rhumba, samba, salsa. Prerequisite: PE 131.
BALLROOM DANCE-INTERMEDIATE: SMOOTH
PE 231A
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Fundamentals, forms and pattern of ballroom dance. Develop confidence through practice with a variety of partners. Smooth style dances include waltz, tango, fox trot, quick step and Viennese waltz. Prerequisite: PE 131A. [PE, SE]
BALLROOM DANCE-INTERMEDIATE: LATIN
PE 231B
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Fundamentals, forms and pattern of ballroom dance. Develop confidence through practice with a variety of partners. Latin dance sections will include: mambo, cha cha, rhumba, samba, and salsa. Prerequisite: PE 131B. [PE, SE]
BALLROOM DANCE-INTERMEDIATE: SMOOTH-LATIN
PE 231D
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Fundamentals, forms and pattern of ballroom dance. Develop confidence through practice with a variety of partners. Smooth style dances include waltz, tango, fox trot, quick step and Viennese waltz. Latin dances include: mambo, cha cha, rhumba, samba, salsa. Prerequisite: PE 131C. [PE, SE]
CONTEMPORARY DANCE-INTERMEDIATE
PE 233
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Intermediate techniques with opportunities for individual and group composition. Prerequisite: PE 133. [PE, SE]
MODERN JAZZ-INTERMEDIATE
PE 234
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Refinement of jazz technique and skill improvement. Prerequisite: PE 134. [PE, SE]
SWING DANCE-INTERMEDIATE
PE 235
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of PE 135. Includes partnering techniques such as leverage, posture, hovering, contrary body movement, rise and fall, and sway, and styling such as Cuban motion for Latin, spring action for East Coast Swing and heel leads for smooth. Introduction to opposite role as lead/follow. Prerequisite: PE 135. [PE, SE]
HIP-HOP DANCE-INTERMEDIATE
PE 237
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Intermediate study of dance techniques, floor combinations, balance, and longer dance routines of hip hop dance. Develop more confidence and skill through practice. Prerequisite: PE 137. [PE, SE]
BELLY DANCE-INTERMEDIATE
PE 239
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of the skills learned in PE 139, plus new variations and intermediate study of Middle Eastern Dance technique. Prerequisite: PE 139. [PE, SE]
BASKETBALL-INTERMEDIATE
PE 240
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of skills, practice, and competitive play. Prerequisite: PE 140. [PE, SE]
BOWLING-INTERMEDIATE
PE 243
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Advanced instruction in all phases of bowling including league play and competition. Prerequisite: PE 143. [PE, SE]
FENCING-FOIL,SABRE/EPEE
PE 246
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Movements of all three weapons of fencing. Emphasizes defense, offense, rules, officiating and competition. [PE, SE]
FENCING-FOIL INTERMEDIATE
PE 247
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Skill refinement and advanced technique for experienced foil fencers. Prerequisite: PE 147. [PE, SE]
GOLF-INTERMEDIATE
PE 248
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
More advanced instruction on golf swing, short game, and golf strategies. [PE, SE]
SOCCER-INTERMEDIATE
PE 250
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Focus on learning and applying more advanced individual skills utilizing small and large groups to demonstrate more advanced team tactics. Prerequisite: PE 150. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING INTERMEDIATE
PE 252
1 - 30 Credits
600 hours of lab
Continuation of strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate sports. Prerequisite: Students must earn 3 credits of PE 152 before enrolling in PE 252.
SPORTS CONDITIONING INTERMEDIATE: SOCCER-MEN
PE 252B
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in men's intercollegiate soccer. Prerequisite: PE 152B. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING INTERMEDIATE: VOLLEYBALL
PE 252D
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in women's intercollegiate volleyball. Prerequisite: PE 152D. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING INTER: BASKETBALL-WOMEN'
PE 252E
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Basketball-women's: Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate basketball. Prerequisite: PE 152E. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING INTER: BASKETBALL-MEN'S
PE 252F
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate basketball. Prerequisite: PE 152F. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING INTERMEDIATE: SOFTBALL
PE 252G
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate softball. Prerequisite: PE 152G. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING INTERMEDIATE: TRACK & FI
PE 252I
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate track and field. Prerequisite: PE 152I. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING: CHEERLEADING-INTERMEDIATE
PE 252J
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate cheerleading. Prerequisite: PE 152J.
SPORTS CONDITIONING INTERMEDIATE: CROSS COUNTRY
PE 252K
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in intercollegiate cross country. Prerequisite: PE 152C. [PE, SE]
SPORTS CONDITIONING INTERMEDIATE: BASEBALL
PE 252M
1 - 3 Credits
66 hours of lab
Strength and cardiovascular conditioning in preparation for competing in men's intercollegiate baseball. Prerequisite: PE 152H. [PE, SE]
TENNIS-INTERMEDIATE
PE 255
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Refinement of tennis skills, advanced game strategies and strokes. Observe and assist 100 level students. Prerequisite: PE 155. [PE, SE]
VOLLEYBALL-INTERMEDIATE
PE 258
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Further development of individual skills, team offenses and defenses learned in the beginning level PE 158. Prerequisite: PE 158. [PE, SE]
VOLLEYBALL-POWER
PE 260
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Higher level of volleyball for the advanced player utilizing advanced skills and drills. Emphasis will be placed on advanced offensive and defensive strategies. Prerequisite: PE 158 and PE 258 or competitive experience. [PE, SE]
ULTIMATE FRISBEE-INTERMEDIATE
PE 263
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of individual skill development, rules, game play, and strategies for the intermediate level ultimate Frisbee player. Prerequisite: PE 163. [PE, SE]
AQUA EXERCISE-INTERMEDIATE
PE 271
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of water exercise conditioning through stretching, flexibility, abdominal and back strength. Prerequisite: PE 171. [PE, SE]
SWIMMING-INTERMEDIATE
PE 274
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
For the elementary swimmer who is comfortable in deep water and can swim 25 yards. Review Red Cross swimming strokes and safety skills while increasing strength and endurance. [PE, SE]
SWIMMING-STROKE & SKILL IMPROVEMENT-INT
PE 275
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
For the intermediate swimmer. Continuation of individual swimming strokes and endurance. Prerequisite: PE 175. [PE, SE]
SWIM CONDITIONING-INTERMEDIATE
PE 279
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continued practice of swimming fitness through lap swimming. Students will participate in a workout designed to address their particular fitness and skill level. Prerequisite: PE 179. [PE, SE, GE]
SELECTED TOPICS
PE 280
1 - 5 Credits
55 hours of lecture
The course focuses on selected topics in Physical Education. Topics vary, and course theme and content change to reflect new topics. Because the course varies in content, it is repeatable for credit for different topics. Individual topics are listed in the quarterly class schedules. [PE, SE]
HIKING-INTERMEDIATE
PE 282
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Continuation of hiking skills with focus on advanced safety and survival skills. Explore local hiking options, practice low-impact hiking methods on longer, more challenging hikes, and plan a future hike. [PE, SE, GE]
ROWING-INTERMEDIATE
PE 283
1 Credits
22 hours of lab
Further development of rowing technique, tactics and fitness development. Prerequisite: A grade of "S" in PE 183. [PE, SE]
SPECIAL PROJECTS
PE 290
1 - 5 Credits
Opportunity to plan, organize and complete special projects approved by the department. Prerequisite: Consent of Instructional Unit. [GE]
CARE AND PREVENTION OF ATHLETIC INJURIES
PE 291
3 Credits
22 hours of lecture - 22 hours of lab
Injury prevention in sports through understanding of conditioning, bio-mechanics, taping, bandaging, nutrition, immediate post-injury care, and rehabilitation of sports injury. Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in FT 150, BIOL 164, or BIOL& 251, or consent of Instructional Unit. [SE]
MENTAL PERFORMANCE IN SPORTS
PE 293
3 Credits
33 hours of lecture
Theories and strategies of mental preparation for improvement in individual and team performances. Discussion topics include: personality, motivational model, time management/goal setting techniques. Coach profiles, team communication, steps to team building, stress management and performance anxiety and imagery will also be covered. A review of current literature and the case analysis method will provide opportunity for individual and group application of presented materials. [SE]
SPORT IN SOCIETY
PE 294
3 Credits
33 hours of lecture
Explores the relationship which exists between the multifaceted world of sport and society. Discussion topics include: racism, gender in equality, aggression, deviancy, media/commercialism, as well as youth sports. Discussion will also include the concept of play, competition and the rapid development of youth sport programs and their impact on the family unit. [PE, SE]