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ClassID Name Description Credits
PEDU 1010 Archery A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1020 Bowling A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1030 Jogging A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1040 Karate A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1050 Elementary Golf A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1060 Basketball A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1070 Softball A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1080 Rhythmic Aerobics/Aerobic Training A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1090 Stunts, Tumbling and Trampoline A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1100 Elementary Swimming A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1110 Tennis A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1120 Volleyball/Badminton A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1130 Weight Training A study of the basic principles of lifetime ?tness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1140 Adapted Activities (Individuals w/disabilities) A study of the basic principles of lifetime fitness and the fundamentals of lifetime sports. 2
PEDU 1195 Self Defense Karate 2
PEDU 1541 Fitness An introductory course in tness that offers the latest fitness knowledge based on uptodate ndings in exercise physiology and fitness along with the tools for self assessment and guidelines for developing a personalized tness program. CPR certification is a requirement of the course. 2
PEDU 2000 Introduction to Physical Education This course is designed as an introduction to the field of Physical education and related areas of sport and recreation. The historical development, foundations and trends, scope, careers, relative to physical education, sport, and recreation are addressed. This is a writing intensive course. 2
PEDU 2010 Musculoskeletal Anatomy A course that provides students with practical applications and functional anatomical strategies of theory associated with human movement/sport rehabilitation. 3
PEDU 2020 Advanced Bowling Prerequisites: PEDU 1020, 125 average. An advanced study of bowling technique and an introduction to the concepts of team bowling, handicap bowling, and league bowling 2
PEDU 2050 Advanced Golf Prerequisites: PEDU 1050, handicap of 12 or less. An advanced study of the skill of golf and consideration of concepts related to tournament play. 2
PEDU 2060 Advanced Motor Skills An examination of soccer and speed ball techniques with emphasis upon methods of teaching skills and strategies. 2
PEDU 2070 Advanced Weight Training Prerequisite: PEDU 1130. An advanced study of the principles of weight training regimen including diet, proper supplementation, and ?exibility. Designed to give an overview of the principles of training and the proper position techniques. 2
PEDU 2080 Advanced Rhythmic Aerobics/Aerobic Training Prerequisite: PEDU 1080. A study of health-related concepts and aerobic ?tness activities, with emphasis on cardiovascular endurance. Leadership and instructional skills required for certi?cation in aerobic dance will also be considered. 2
PEDU 2095 Methods of Stunts and Tumbling Prerequisite: PEDU major. A course designed for physical education majors to teach the basic skills of stunts and tumbling to K-12 students. 1
PEDU 2100 Intermediate Swimming Prerequisite: PEDU 1100 or equivalent skill. A study of swimming techniques at Levels 5-7 of the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program. 1
PEDU 2200 Practicum in Exercise Science Prerequisites: PEDU 2000, 2070, 2080. An early field experience in exercise leadership, fitness assessment, and nutritional analysis. 1 to 2
PEDU 2250 Introduction to Athletic Training Prerequisite: BIOL 1610 or enrolled in BIOL 1610. An introduction to Athletic Training that includes instruction in basic injury evaluation, emergency and rehabilitative care, wrapping and taping techniques, determination of environmental risk factors, and other topics related to athletic training. A one-hour lab is required. 4
PEDU 2300 Practicum I in Athletic Training Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Education Program, PEDU 2250. A one-semester clinical experience with a weekly lecture/lab format that reviews the clinical and didactic competencies learned throughout the ATEP with an emphasis on course work from the previous semester, pre-participation examinations and emergency care techniques in athletic training. 2
PEDU 3000 Motor Learning Prerequisites: PEDU 2000 and RECR 1000. An analysis of skill acquisition. Primary consideration given to the cognitive and motor processes underlying the learning of motor skills, and factors that in?uence motor skill learning 3
PEDU 3050 Motor Development 3
PEDU 3100 Individual Motor Skills in Games An examination of tennis, archery, badminton, handball, paddle tennis and table tennis with emphasis upon techniques of teaching. 2
PEDU 3201 Orthopedic & Physical Assessment I Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training Program. This course provides an advanced study of orthopedic and physical assessment pertaining to injuries and conditions of the lower extremity along with general medical conditions. 3
PEDU 3202 Orthopedic & Physical Assessment II Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Program and PEDU 3201. This course provides an advanced study of orthopedic and physical assessment pertaining to injuries and conditions of the upper extremity along with general medical conditions. 3
PEDU 3220 Administrative Aspects in Athletic Training Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training Program. An introductory course in athletic training administrative practices. Topics and activities include facility design, budget planning, program management, policies, procedures, information systems and risk management. 3
PEDU 3230 Therapeutic Modalities Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Program, PEDU 2250. An introduction to the principles and procedures involved in administration of therapeutic modalities, including heat, cold, ultrasound, electricity, mechanical and manual therapies. 4
PEDU 3240 Therapeutic Exercise Prerequisite: Admission to the Athletic Training Program. An introductory course designed to address the principles and procedures of therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation as they relate to the profession of athletic training. 4
PEDU 3300 Gymnastics An introduction to the nature and scope of the basic skills in gymnastics. 2
PEDU 3301 Practicum II in Athletic Training Prerequisites: PEDU 2300, PEDU 2250. A one-semester athletic training clinical experience and a one-hour weekly lecture. Specific psychomotor competencies to be evaluated include injury evaluations of the lower extremity, and various general medical procedures. 1
PEDU 3302 Practicum III in Athletic Training Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Program and PEDU 3301, PEDU 3230. A one-semester clinical experience with a weekly lecture/lab format that reviews the clinical and didactic competencies learned throughout the ATEP with an emphasis on coursework from the previous semester. 1
PEDU 3320 Advanced Gymnastics Prerequisite: PEDU 3300. An advanced study of techniques in gymnastics. 2
PEDU 3420 Kinesiology 3
PEDU 3500 Emergency Care and Safety Techniques An introduction to the American Red Cross approved skills necessary to respond in an emergency situation requiring ?rst aid and/or CPR. 1
PEDU 3620 Lifeguarding Prerequisite: PEDU 2100 or permission of instructor. An introduction to lifeguarding techniques and water safety skills with emphasis on acquiring lifeguarding and water safety techniques required for the American Red Cross Lifeguarding Certi?cation. 3
PEDU 3630 Water Safety Instruction Prerequisite: PEDU 2100 or permission of instructor. An introduction to the techniques of teaching aquatic skills. Certi?cation by the American Red Cross as a Water Safety Instructor is available upon completion of the course. 3
PEDU 3640 Administration and Management of Aquatic Programs and Facilities A study of the operation and maintenance of aquatic facilities for schools, municipalities, and other organizations, with additional consideration to the organization and administration of aquatic programs. 3
PEDU 3650 Methods in Adapted Aquatics An examination of instructional techniques used to teach swimming to individuals with disabilities. 3
PEDU 3710 Of?ciating and Judging Individual and Dual Sports Prerequisite: PEDU 3100. An overview of techniques in of?ciating aquatics, tennis, gymnastics, wrestling, and golf. 1
PEDU 3730 Of?ciating and Judging Team Sports Prerequisite: PEDU 2060. An overview of techniques in officiating football, basketball, track and field, soccer, and volleyball. 1
PEDU 3750 Team Sports I Prerequisites: PEDU 2000, 3100, or permission of instructor. An advanced study of skills and techniques of teaching football, basketball, and soccer. Instructional unit planning for each sport will be required. 1
PEDU 3760 Team Sports II Prerequisites: PEDU 2000, 3100, or permission of instructor. An advanced study of skills and techniques of teaching track and field, volleyball, and baseball/softball. Instructional unit planning for each sport will be required. 1
PEDU 4020 Physical Education Program Organization/ Administration An investigation of practices and problems of organization and administration of instructional and extra-curricular programs in physical education, with attention to curriculum design and development for grades one through twelve. 3
PEDU 4030 Psycho-Socio Aspects of Physical Activity and Leisure Prerequisites: PEDU 2000, RECR 1000 or consent of instructor. A study of psychological and sociological factors that affect participation and behavior in physical activity and leisure. 3
PEDU 4050 fitness Management A study of the various theories, concepts, principles, and practices of management which may be applied in organizations whose primary objective is to provide athletic-related and/or ?tness related activities, products, or services. 3
PEDU 4110 Kinesiology Prerequisites: BIOL 1610 and BIOL 1620, or depending upon program. An investigative analysis of human motion and application of anatomical, physiological, and mechanical principles to prescription for improving performance of motor skills. 3
PEDU 4120 Physiology of Exercise Prerequisites: BIOL 1610 and BIOL 1620, or depending upon program. An examination of the basic metabolic processes as they occur at rest and during exercise, with emphasis on the dynamics of muscular contraction and circulation, the relationship of nutrition to physical performance, and the effects of hot, cold, altitude, and water environments upon performance. 3
PEDU 4130 fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription Prerequisites: PEDU 4110, PEDU 4120, BIOL 1610 and BIOL 1620. A study of methods and procedures in physiological assessment of human ?tness, exercise prescription and exercise leadership. Topics related to exercise for the aging will also be discussed. 3
PEDU 4150 Leisure and fitness An introduction to leisure and ?tness, including lecture and laboratory experiences. Designed for students to advance their knowledge in contemporary, noncompetitive activities and in a series of ?tness activities. Each student will be required to pass speci?c ?tness levels and to demonstrate skill in selected noncompetitive leisure/outdoor activities. 1
PEDU 4201 Advanced Athletic Training Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Program, BIOL 1610 & 1620, and PEDU 2250. An advanced study of athletic injuries as they relate to cause, prevention, and rehabilitative care, with emphasis on evaluation guidelines. Designed to meet National Athletic Training Certi?cation requirements. An individual project is required. 3
PEDU 4220 Seminars in Sports Medicine Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Program, PEDU 4201, 3220, 3230, 3240. This course is designed to address a variety of current issues and technical advances in sports medicine. Guest speakers from various backgrounds and experiences will provide the bulk of the lecture presentation. 3
PEDU 4303 Field Experience I Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Program, PEDU 3302, PEDU 3240. A one-semester clinical experience with a weekly lecture/lab format that reviews the clinical and didactic competencies learned during the previous semester. 1
PEDU 4304 Field Experience II Prerequisites: Admission to the Athletic Training Program, PEDU 4303. A capstone course with a weekly lecture/lab format that reviews clinical and didactic competencies learned throughout the Athletic Training Program. 2
PEDU 4400 Methods and Materials for Teaching Elementary Physical Education An interdisciplinary course examining methods/materials of teaching elementary school physical education, health, and safety, focusing on movement education concepts and game approach observation, analysis, and journal writing during early clinical experience. 2
PEDU 4410 Evaluation and Measurement Prerequisites: PEDU 2000, RECR 1000, and REC 3100. An introduction to cognitive, affective, and motor measurement; evaluation principles and practices, with emphasis on general motor ability, physical ?tness, sports skills, and elementary statistics. 3
PEDU 4450 Motor Development Prerequisites: PEDU 2000 or consent of instructor. The study of the changes in motor behavior over the lifespan, the processes that underlie these changes and the factors that affect them. 3
PEDU 4500 Adapted Physical Education Prerequisites: BIOL 1610, 1620; and PEDU 3000. A study of comprehensive and up-to-date information regarding physical activities for individuals with disabilities, with emphasis on current legislation and IEP development and assessment, physical education for infants and toddlers, and programming. A laboratory experience is required for this course. 3
PEDU 4510 American Sign Language for Beginners An introductory course in American Sign Language and other manual communication skills. 3
PEDU 4600 Methods and Material in Secondary Physical Education Prerequisites: PEDU 3750, 3760, 4020, or permission of instructor. Lecture/laboratory experiences designed for teacher licensure majors to demonstrate both knowledge and skill in their teaching and learning theory. The study of various methods will include planning, management, feedback and analysis, and assessment and evaluation of the teaching-learning process. 3
PEDU 4640 Internship in Exercise Science Prerequisite: Completion of all course work in physical education. An entry level practical experience of contractual agreement between the University supervisor, site supervisor, and the student internist. Provides for 480 hours or a minimum of 12 weeks of a practicum in a clinical setting of an allied prevention health care facility. 12
PEDU 4710 Coaching Theory Prerequisites: PEDU 2060 and 3100. An examination of the critical concerns in?uencing athletic organizations, their administration and theoretical parameters which impact the behavior and performance of coaches, with emphasis on applying educationally sound techniques of coaching in laboratory experiences. 1
PEDU 4800 Independent Study in Physical Education and Recreation Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Independent reading and research for upper level undergraduate student physical education and recreation majors under faculty supervision. This is an opportunity for advanced study in a special area in physical education and/or recreation. 3
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