P E-PHYSICAL EDUCATION (P E)

P E 102. Beginning Weight Training

1 Credit

Introduction to basic principles and techniques of weight training.

P E 103. Beginning Weight Training for Women

1 Credit

Introduction to basic principles and techniques of weight training as related to women.

P E 104. Military Physical Fitness

1 Credit

Directed physical fitness activities designed to develop and maintain muscular strength/endurance, cardiopulmonary efficiency, flexibility, and coordination required for leadership roles after graduation.

P E 109. Pilates

1 Credit

Designed exercise program involves the entire body while focusing on strengthening the core muscles of the torso. Exercises promote coordination, balance, and strength.

P E 110. Sports Conditioning

1 Credit

Sport specific conditioning using aerobic and resistive overload training. May be repeated for a maximum of 4 credits.

Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

P E 112. Beginning Volleyball for Men

1 Credit

P E 113. Beginning Volleyball for Women

1 Credit

P E 114. Basketball for Women

1 Credit

P E 115. Basketball for Men

1 Credit

P E 117. Beginning Soccer

1 Credit

Introduction to the basic techniques and skills of soccer.

P E 127. Cardio-Kickboxing

1 Credit

Activities that mimic punches, blocks, and kicks which have been modified to serve the purpose of providing a cardiovascular workout.

P E 128. Aerobic Dance

1 Credit

Designed to increase knowledge of the human body's responses to exercise, enhance the level of muscular development, and cardiovascular endurance with the use of music.

P E 129. Step Aerobics

1 Credit

Designed to increase knowledge of the human body's responses to exercise, enhance the level of muscular development, and cardiovascular endurance with the use of music and steps.

P E 130. Beginning Swimming

1 Credit

P E 131. Aqua Aerobics

1 Credit

Designed to increase knowledge of the human body's responses to exercise, enhance the level of muscular development, and cardiovascular endurance through exercise in water.

P E 132. Intermediate Swimming

1 Credit

Development of fitness through participation in aquatics activities.

Prerequisite(s): Ability to swim 200 yards.

P E 134. Lifeguard Training

2 Credits

Skills training for a nonsurf lifeguard. Course will include Standard First Aid and CPR certification.

Prerequisites: swim 500 yards, dive to 9-foot depth and retrieve a 10-pound brick, surface dive to 5 feet then swim under water 15 yards, tread water one minute.

P E 147. Beginning Tennis

1 Credit

P E 148. Beginning Racquetball

1 Credit

P E 150. Beginning Golf

1 Credit

P E 154. Personal Defense

1 Credit

Physical conditioning and defense skills for men and women.

P E 159. Introduction to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

1 Credit

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is primarily a ground fighting art. This course will place heavy emphasis on positional strategy and focus on the sportive aspect of the sport. A Judo/Jiu-Jitsu Gi (uniform) is required.

P E 166. Futsal (Five-A-Side Soccer)

1 Credit

Futsal, official form of indoor soccer, approved by FIFA.

P E 173. Running Fitness

1 Credit

Basic fitness knowledge techniques and training methods of fitness running are practiced and refined.

P E 199. Yoga

1 Credit

A holistic approach to exercise benefiting the body, mind, and spirit. Practices focus on alignment, strength, breath relaxation, and restoration.

P E 202. Intermediate Weight Training

1 Credit

Intermediate training and skill techniques in weight lifting.

Prerequisites: P E 102 or consent of department head.

P E 204. Cross Training

1 Credit

Intensive training program that incorporates both aerobic and resistive overload approaches to training.

P E 205. Walking Fitness

1 Credit

Basic fitness knowledge techniques and training methods of fitness walking are practiced and refined.

P E 206. Beginning Physical Fitness

1 Credit

Progressive exposure to steady state exercise tailored to individual needs for the purpose of determining, improving, and maintaining physical fitness.

P E 208. Marathon Preparation

1 Credit

Gradual training progression for novice and experienced runners to develop and/or refine a training program enabling completion of or better personal record for the marathon. Discussions on equipment, nutrition, injury prevention and treatment.

Prerequisite: presently running three miles, three to four times per week.

P E 209. Intermediate Pilates

1 Credit

Intermediate training and skill techniques in Pilates.

Prerequisite(s): PE 109 or consent of instructor.

P E 212. Intermediate Volleyball-Men

1 Credit

Prerequisite: P E 112 or consent of department head.

P E 213. Intermediate Volleyball-Women

1 Credit

Prerequisite: P E 113 or consent of department head.

P E 215. Intermediate Walking

1 Credit

A continuation of basic fitness knowledge techniques and training methods of fitness walking are practiced and refined.

Prerequisite: P E 205 or consent of department head.

P E 216. Advanced Walking

1 Credit

Advanced walking fitness and training techniques are presented, practiced, and refined.

P E 228. Intermediate Aerobic Dance

1 Credit

Aerobic dance at a high intensity level with a more in-depth study of the body's physiological response to exercise.

Prerequisite: P E 128 or consent of department head.

P E 229. Intermediate Step Aerobics

1 Credit

Step aerobic dance at a high intensity level with a more in-depth study of the body's physiological response to exercise.

Prerequisite: PE 129 or consent of department head.

P E 230. Advanced Swimming

1 Credit

Perfection of basic strokes, survival swimming, and physical fitness.

Prerequisite(s): P E 130 or ability to swim 100 yards.

P E 247. Intermediate Tennis

1 Credit

Prerequisite: P E 147 or consent of department head.

P E 248. Intermediate Racquetball

1 Credit

Advanced skills and strategies in racquetball.

Prerequisite: P E 148 or consent of instructor.

P E 250. Intermediate Golf

1 Credit

Prerequisite: P E 150 or consent of department head.

P E 263. Outdoor Recreation Skills

1 Credit

Selected outdoor activities. Appropriate subtitles, such as hiking and backpacking, camping and survival, hunting and gun safety, casting and angling skills. May be repeated for maximum of 4 credits.

P E 264. Intermediate Cycling

1 Credit

Introduction to competitive cycling. Content includes techniques in training, riding, racing, and racing tactics.

P E 270. Special Topics

1-3 Credits

Specific subjects to be announced in the Schedule of Classes. Each offering will carry appropriate subtitle. May be repeated for a maximum of 4 credits.

P E 276. Intermediate Aqua Aerobics

1 Credit

A continuation of basic fitness to increase knowledge of the human body's responses to exercise, enhance the level of muscular development and cardiovascular endurance through exercise in water.

P E 299. Intermediate Yoga

1 Credit

Intermediate training and skill techniques in Yoga.

Prerequisite(s): PE 199 or consent of instructor.

P E 310. Advanced Weight Training: Theory and Practice

3 Credits

For men and women who wish to continue weight training and learn principles of strength training.