Health and Physical Education 100 to 199 activity courses will stress basic techniques, rules and participation.
100: Special Group Activities. 3 3/4-0-1 (2). (Pass/Fail).
101: Flag Football and Basketball. 3 3/4-0-2.
102: Volleyball and Softball. 3 3/4-0-2.
107: Aerobic Running. 3 3/4-0-2. (4).
110: Adapted Physical Education. 3 3/4-0-2. For students not physically able to participate in regular activity courses. Statement from physician listing restrictions is required. (Pass/Fail)
112: Practicum. 3 3/4-0-1 (4). HPE Fitness/Wellness majors. Students assist a master teacher to learn proper methods of teaching aerobic, weight training, senior adult activities.
114: Varsity Sport Participation. 3 3/4-0-2 (6). Credit for varsity participation in a sport. May be repeated for up to 6 hours credit. Will not count for HPE majors/minors.
115: Varsity Sport Participation. 3 3/4-0-2 (6). Credit for varsity participation in a sport. May be repeated for up to 6 hours credit. Will not count for HPE majors/minors.
116: Varsity Sport Participation. 3 3/4-0-2 (6). Credit for varsity participation in a sport. May be repeated for up to 6 hours credit. Will not count for HPE majors/minors.
117: Varsity Sport Participation. 3 3/4-0-2 (6). Credit for varsity participation in a sport. May be repeated for up to 6 hours credit. Will not count for HPE majors/minors.
119: Basketball and Volleyball. 3 3/4-0-2.
132: Beginning Tap Dance. 3 3/4-0-2.
134: Development Conditioning. 3 3/4-0-2 (6). Designed to improve and maintain a desirable level of aerobic fitness by various forms of appropriate physical activity.
141: Beginning Golf. 3 3/4-0-2. Learning basic golf skills and rules with limited play for beginning student with no experience.
143: Fencing. 3 3/4-0-2.
145: Social Dance. 3 3/4-0-2.
150: First Aid. 0-2-2. Lectures, discussions, and practical demonstrations of Red Cross methods in First Aid.
161: Square, Folk, and Country/Western Dance. 3 3/4-0-2.
181: Beginning Swimming. 3 3/4-0-2. Open to students who are unable to swim in deep water.
201: Soccer and Volleyball. 2 3/4-1-2.
202: Foundations of Health and Physical Education, Fitness Wellness, and Sports Science. 0-3 3/4-3. Preq., Sophomore Standing. Designed to provide physical education students with information in the professional areas of HPE, Fitness/Wellness, and Sports Science.
206: Fitness for the Senior Adult. 2 3/4-1-3. May be taken by senior adults for repeated credit. Senior adult exercise programs are designed utilizing chair and water exercises, strength machines, and walking.
207: Principles and Practices of Coaching Minor Sports. 0-2-2. Preq., Sophomore standing. Study of minor sports from viewpoint of teacher and coach.
210: Beginning Weight Training. 2 3/4-1-2 (4).
211: Powerlifting. 2 3/4-1-2 (4).
213: Fishing and Boating Safety. 2 3/4-1-2.
214: Hunting and Gun Safety. 2 3/4-1-2.
218: Beginning Karate. 2 3/4-1-2 (4).
221: Light Backpacking. 3-1-2 (6). Equipment selection, maintenance, and use; first aid and accident prevention; and basic skills for light backpacking, plus participation in three off-campus, outdoor activity sessions.
222: Outdoor Adventure. 3-1-2 (6). Equipment selection, maintenance, and use; first aid and accident prevention; and skills for selected outdoor, adventure activities, plus participation in three off-campus, outdoor activity sessions.
231: Beginning Modern Dance. 2 3/4-1-2.
235: Beginning Racquetball. 2 3/4-1-2.
241: Intermediate Golf. 2 3/4-1-2. Review of strokes, rules, and strategies. Tournament play.
250: Gymnastics. 2 3/4-1-2. HPE Majors Only.
251: Materials and Methods in Teaching Elementary School Physical Education. 1-2 3/4-3. Preq., Sophomore standing, HPE majors and minors only. Methods and materials used in teaching elementary school physical education with practical application.
255: Lifetime Sports Series A - Racquet Sports. 2 3/4-1-2. HPE majors/minors only. Emphasis on learning and teaching the fundamental skills/techniques, rules, and strategies in racquet sports.
256: Lifetime Sport Series B - Aerobic Conditioning/Strength Conditioning/Aquatics. 2 3/4-1-2. HPE majors/minors only. Emphasis on learning and teaching the fundamental skills/techniques and physiological principles in aerobic, strength, and aquatic conditioning activities.
257: Lifetime Sport Series C - Selected Recreational Sports. 2 3/4-1-2. HPE majors/minors only. Emphasis on learning and teaching the fundamental skills/techniques, rules, and strategies used in selected recreational sports.
262: Beginning Bowling. 2 3/4-1-2.
263: Intermediate Bowling. 2 3/4-1-2. Preq., HPE 262.
265: Team Sport Series A - Flag Football/Soccer. 2 3/4-1-2. HPE majors/minors only. Emphasis on learning and teaching the fundamental skills/techniques, rules, and strategies in flag football and soccer.
266: Team Sport Series B - Volleyball/Basketball. 2 3/4-1-2. HPE majors/minors only. Emphasis on teaching the fundamental skills/techniques, rules, and strategies in volleyball and basketball.
267: Team Sport Series C - Softball/Track and Field. 2 3/4-1-2. HPE majors/minors only. Emphasis on learning and teaching the fundamental skills/techniques, rules, and strategies in softball and track.
271: Beginning Tennis. 2 3/4-1-2. Learning basic tennis skills, fundamentals, rules, and strategy for beginning players with limited or no experience.
272: Beginning Badminton. 2 3/4-1-2.
274: Intermediate Tennis. 2 3/4-1-2. Preq., HPE 271 or intermediate skill levels. Review of tennis skills, fundamentals, rules, and strategy. Conditioning and class competition.
275: Aerobic Dance and Conditioning. 2-1-2 (4).
280: Dance Appreciation. 0-3-3. An overview of the historical, cultural and social impact of dance. Includes classifications of major dance styles, interpretations of dance and major contributors to dance.
281: Intermediate Swimming. 2 3/4-1-2. Open to students who can swim in deep water. Stroke development and endurance swimming are emphasized.
283: Lifeguard Training. 1 3/4-2-3. Preq., Level V and VI Swimming Skills. American Red Cross Lifeguard Training. Prepares and certifies individuals to assume the duties and responsibilities of lifeguards at swimming pools and protected (non-surf) open water beaches.
289: Water Exercise for Fitness. 2 3/4-1-2 (6). Individualized program to enhance fitness through aquatic activity.
290: Personal and Community Health. 0-3-3. Designed to develop attitudes and practices which contribute to better individual and group health. Emphasis is placed upon major health problems of early adulthood.
292: Preventive Health and Wellness. 0-3-3. Emphasis on chronic and degenerative diseases, mental health, preventing communicable and non-communicable diseases and the role of physical fitness in preventive health.
293: Consumer and Environmental Health. 0-3-3. Directing the consumer in selection of health services and understanding the effect of environmental pollution.
294: The School Health Program. 0-3-3. A study of the administration and organization of a school health program. Emphasis on establishing such a program and utilization of available resources in school health.
300: Safety Education. 0-3-3. The social, emotional, economic, and legal impact of safety and accidents in the home, at work, and in leisure/sports activities.
301: Curriculum Innovations, Instructional Devices and Lab Instruction in Drivers Education. 3 3/4-3-4. In-depth study of curriculum materials and instructional devices and techniques including Simulation, Multimedia Driving Range, On-Street instruction, and Motorcycle.
305: Materials and Methods in Health Education in Schools. 0-3-3. Preq., HPE 290, 292, 293 and Upper Division Status. Includes information relative to school health education program with emphasis on methods of instruction and use of materials in schools.
306: Principles and Practices of Football Coaching. 0-2-2. Preq., sophomore standing. Designed to familiarize the student with various defensive and offensive systems that contribute to a successful program.
307: Principles and Practices of Coaching Softball. 1-2 1/2-2. Preq., Sophomore standing. Emphasis on coaching competitive softball. Fundamental skills of offense and defense, training principles, scouting, strategy, and organization of practice are stressed.
308: Principles and Practices of Coaching Baseball. 0-2-2. Preq., sophomore standing. Emphasis on coaching competitive baseball. Fundamental skills of offense and defense, training principles, scouting, strategies, and organization of practice are stressed.
312: Principles and Practices of Basketball Coaching. 0-2-2. Preq., sophomore standing. Fundamentals of team offense and defense. Training and practice; scouting and strategy; officiating.
313: Principles and Practices of Volleyball Coaching. 0-2-2. Preq., sophomore standing. Fundamentals of team offense and defense. Training and practice; scouting and strategy; officiating.
314: Principles and Practices of Track and Field Coaching. 0-2-2. Preq., sophomore standing. Fundamental movements involved in the different events: staffing for the different events; training and practice; officiating.
316: Exercise and Sport Psychology. 3 3/4-0-3. Preq., junior standing, Upper Division. Psychological aspects of exercise and sport with emphasis on mental preparation for athletic performance.
326: Applied Anatomy and Kinesiology. 0-3-3. Preq., junior standing, BISC 224, Upper Division. Analysis of movement based on a knowledge of anatomy and physiology as applied to the function of body mechanics.
340: Materials and Methods in Physical Education and Health Education for Elementary Schools. 5-3-3. Preq., Upper Division. To prepare the teacher for the direction of children in physical education and for developing in children desirable knowledge, skills and attitudes in health.
350: Drugs and Sport. 1-3 3/4-3. Preq., HPE majors or intercollegiate athletes. Develop a knowledge of drugs, effects, sound use, preventive drug abuse, effective programs for drug education and athletes.
383: Water Safety Instructor. 1 3/4-2-3. Preq., HPE 281 or Level V, VI, and VII Swimming Skills. Certifies instructor candidates to teach water safety and swimming courses.
401: Recreation and Leisure for the Older Adult. 0-3-3. Recreation and leisure in an aging society. Leadership, programming, and activities for older adults. Emphasis on programs in a variety of settings.
402: Measurement and Evaluation in Health and Physical Education. 0-2 1/2-2. Preq., senior standing, Upper division. Designed to familiarize the physical educator with statistical methods, measurement of physical parameters, and procedures for effective written and skill test construction and evaluation.
405: Sports Medicine and First Aid. 0-2-2. Preq., upper division. Prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries and first aid procedures.
406: Health Aspects of Aging. 0-3-3. Preq., upper division. Provides an understanding of the health aspects of aging as it pertains to the biological, physiological, psychological, and sociological factors in mature adults. (G)
407: Exercise Prescription. 2-2-3. Preq., upper division. Provides an understanding of individualized exercise prescription design in programs to develop and maintain physical fitness through testing and re-evaluation strategies. (G)
408: Physiology of Exercise. 2-2-3. Preq., upper division. Basic human physiology with emphasis on the physiological changes and residues of exercise. Concurrent with HPE 409.
409: Measurement of Physiology Variables. 2 1/2-0-1. Concurrent with HPE 408, upper division. Exercise physiology laboratory experience providing students with an opportunity to measure and evaluate selected physiological parameters.
410: The Designing, Building, and Maintenance of Sport and Physical Fitness Facilities. 0-3-3. Preq., upper division. The equipping, designing, building, and maintenance of physical fitness and sports facilities.
414: Introducing Adapted Physical Education. 0-3-3. Preq., Upper Division. To familiarize the student with the role of adapted physical education and the physical, emotional, social and learning characteristics of exceptional children. (G)
415: Internship. 15-3-6. Consent of department head and within two quarters of graduation. Requires 180 clock hours in practical experiences in approved programs with department approved supervisor.
416: Adult Fitness Programming. 2 1/2-1-3. Preq., HPE 406, upper division. Course is designed to instruct individuals in implementation of fitness programs and management of the various facilities, which include fitness management. (G)
417: Motor Development, Health Processes, and Safety Procedures in Education of the Disabled. 0-3-3. Emphasis on motor development and knowledge of basic health processes and safety procedures needed to work effectively with children and adults having serious disabling conditions.
418: Strength and Conditioning for Improved Performance. 3 3/4-0-3. Preq., HPE 326, 407, 408, 409, upper division. Procedures to strengthen and condition individuals in aerobic and anaerobic activities. Exercise models, performance evaluations, exercise equipment, training ethics, and professional development are discussed. (G)
433: Special Problems in Health and Physical Education. 1-3 hour(s) credit (9). Consent of Department Head. Designed for selected problems in Health and Physical Education.
457: Materials and Methods in Teaching Middle and Secondary School Physical Education. 1-2 3/4-3. Preq., HPE 251, upper division-senior standing. Methods and materials used in teaching middle and secondary schools physical education with practical application. (G)
509: Tests and Measurement. 0-3-3. Using current research to select the best procedures to measure and test the student's physical fitness, motor ability, sports skills, and cognitive knowledge.
515: Internship. 15-3-6. Requires 200 to 240 clock hours in departmentally approved practical experiences in rehabilitation, corporate, community, educational, athletics, medical, or fitness/wellness programs.
516: Education for Physical Fitness. 0-3-3. Factors involved in developing, maintaining and evaluating physical fitness. Emphasis is placed on individual exercise programs, cardiovascular risk factors, and the beneficial effects of exercise.
518: Recent Literature and Research in Physical Education, Physical Fitness and Wellness. 0-3-3. Review and evaluation of reports of recent research in physical education. Review of research methodology for analysis of both qualitative and quantitative nature.
519: Alcohol and Narcotics Education. 0-3-3. Research and evaluation of the effects of alcohol and narcotics.
520: Motor Development and Learning. 0-3-3. Nature of motor learning and development, factors affecting success in skill learning and improving physical performance.
521: Behavior Impairment and Physical Education. 0-2-2. Preq., HPE 414. Physical education for the severely disabled. Course focuses on disabled individuals with implications for teaching motor activities.
522: Observing and Teaching in Adapted Physical Education with the Behavior Impaired. 3-0-1. Preq., Concurrent with 521. Practicum in physical education for the severely disabled.
523: Chronic Disability and Physical Education. 0-2-2. Focus is on individuals with chronic and permanent physical disabilities, which affect motor performance with implications for selection of activities in physical education.
524: Observing and Teaching in Adapted Physical Education with the Chronically Disabled. 3-0-1. Preq., Concurrent with HPE 523. Practicum in physical education for the chronically and permanently disabled.
526: Physiology of Exercise. 0-3-3. Understanding the physiological responses of the body systems to exercise, the recovery process, and systematic training regimens.
529: Curriculum Construction in Physical Education. 0-3-3. Basic principles of curriculum construction in the junior high and high school with special emphasis on current trends.
531: Physical Education Curriculum for the Handicapped. 0-3-3. Needs of the physically and mentally handicapped as related to the physical education program. Study of specific activities, methods and evaluation.
532: Interscholastic Athletics. 0-3-3. Prepares the interscholastic coach to understand the purposes of state and national athletic associations, legal issues in sports, and the administration of athletic programs.
533: Problems in Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics. 1-3 hour(s) credit (6). Consent of Department Head. Credit depends on the nature of the problem and work to be accomplished.
534: Mechanical Analysis of Motor Skills. 0-3-3. Analysis of the various motor skills to determine their relationship to basic mechanical principles, anatomical and kinesiological factors, laws of physics, etc.
536: Physiology of Exercise II. 0-3-3. Preq., HPE 526. A continuation of HPE 526 designed to enhance understanding of physiological responses to acute and chronic exercise as it relates to performance and health-related fitness.
539: Sports Psychology. 0-3-3. Course designed to explore the behavior of individuals participating in play, game and sports.
540: Sport Impact on Society. 0-3-3. The impact of sports upon the American culture with focus on competition, economics, mythology, race relations and the Olympic syndrome.
543: Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy. 0-3-3. The study of the research on teaching, teacher education, and curriculum in physical education and sport.
544: Drug Abuse Prevention. 0-3-3. Major drugs of abuse and the available alternatives to individuals involved in this behavior, particularly during pre-adolescence.
545: Health Promotion and Wellness. 0-3-3. A multi-level approach toward implementing preventive health programs in school and organizational settings with emphasis on stress management, smoking cessation, and injury prevention.
549: Advanced Theory of Sports, Games, and Athletics. 1-3 hours credit (3). Consent of instructor. Advanced theory of various sports, games, and athletics will be explored and analyzed.
550: Current Trends and Issues in Health, Physical Education, and Sport. 0-3-3. A survey of recent literature and research to determine current trends and issues in health, physical education, and sports.