PE-098A Beginning Personal Growth in Fitness

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, P/NP, ND

This course is designed to give beginner students an opportunity to gain cardiovascular endurance, strength, and flexibility while working out in the fitness center.  This course is offered as a credit/no-credit course, and it does not transfer.

 

PE-099                     Occupational Work Experience

1-4 Units: 18-72 hours of work experience, per term, SC, DG, CSU

Prerequisite: Employment in career-related field.

For more information on this course, refer to Cooperative Education. Units are determined by number of hours worked.

This course offers on-the-job learning experiences for employed students, whether paid or volunteer, in cooperation with their employers.If students’ career goals are directly related to their work experience, they can earn up to four units per term.Students must be enrolled in at least seven units, including their cooperative education units (proportionately fewer in summer session).Petition to repeat for a maximum of 16 units.

 

PE-100       Topics in Physical Education and Athletics

.5-4 Units: 9-72 hours of lecture, 27-216 hours of laboratory, per term, SC, DG

This course covers topics in Physical Education and Athletics. Topics will be chosen to supplement and serve as additions to current offerings in the area, and will be announced each term in the current schedule of classes.

 

PE-102A Beginning Fitness Training

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to give beginning students an opportunity to develop an individualized fitness program, which meets their specific fitness goals. The class meets in our fitness center, and utilizes the various cardiovascular, weight training and free weight equipment. All students undergo an initial screening and evaluation process before their program is developed.

 

PE-102B Intermediate Fitness Training

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-102; or PE-102A

This course is designed to present each student with intermediate training and fitness concepts.  Participants will be assisted in setting personal fitness goals and objectives.  Each student will participate in a personal fitness program for intermediate fitness training.  Each student’s program will consist of stretching techniques, aerobic conditioning and strength development techniques.

 

PE-102CAdvanced Fitness Training

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-102B

This course is designed to give students an opportunity to develop an advanced fitness program, which meets their specific fitness goals.  The class meets in our fitness center, and utilizes the various cardiovascular, weight training, and free weight equipment.  All students undergo an initial fitness screening and evaluation process before their program is developed.

PE-102DMaster Level Fitness Training

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-102C

This course is designed to give students an opportunity to develop a master level fitness program their specific fitness goals.  The class meets in our fitness center, and utilizes the various cardiovascular, weight training, and free weight training equipment.  All students undergo an initial fitness screening and evaluation process before their program is developed.

PE-103A Beginning Weight Training

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to present each student with beginning basic resistance training and fitness concepts. Participants will be assisted in setting personal fitness goals and objectives. Each student will participate in a beginning weight training program. Each student’s program will consist of stretching techniques, aerobic conditioning and strength development techniques.

 

PE-103B Intermediate Weight Training

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-103; or PE-103A

This course is designed to present each student with intermediate resistance training and fitness concepts.  Participants will be assisted in setting personal fitness goals and objectives.  Each student will participate in a personal fitness program for intermediate weight training.  Each student’s program will consist of stretching techniques, aerobic conditioning and strength development techniques.

 

PE-103C Advanced Weight Training

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-103B

This course is designed to present each student with advanced resistance training and fitness concepts.  Participants will be assisted in setting personal fitness goals and objectives.  Each student will participate in a personal fitness program for advanced weight training.  Each student’s program will consist of stretching techniques, aerobic conditioning and strength development techniques.

PE-103D Master Level Weight Training

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-103C

This course is designed to present each student with master level resistance training and fitness concepts.  Participants will be assisted in setting personal fitness goals and objectives.  Each student will participate in a personal fitness program for master level weight training.  Each student’s program will consist of stretching techniques, aerobic conditioning and strength development techniques.

 

PE-105A Intermediate Badminton

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to teach student with beginner badminton skills.  Students will learn to hit the forehand and backhand clear and drive, the backcourt drop shot and the long serve.  In addition, students will learn the scoring system and the basic rules of the game.

 

PE-105B Intermediate Badminton

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-105; or 105A

This course is designed to present each student with intermediate badminton skills.  Students will continue to improve the basic stroke skills developed in the beginner class.  In addition, students will learn to hit the short serve, smash and the front court drop shot. Students will also learn the basic rules of doubles.

 

PE-105C Advanced Badminton

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-105B

This course is designed to present each student with advanced badminton skills.  Students will continue to improve the basic stroke skills developed in our beginner and intermediate badminton classes.  In addition, students will learn to hit forehand and backhand cross court drop shot and forehand drive serve. Students will also learn the basic rules of singles.

 

PE-105D Master Level Badminton

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-105C

This course is designed to present each student with Master Level Badminton skills.  Students will continue to improve the basic stroke skills developed in our beginner, intermediate and advanced badminton classes.  In addition, students will learn badminton fitness training, and the basic tactics of doubles and singles.

 

PE-109A Beginning Aerobic Dancing

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to improve cardiovascular and respiratory fitness through beginning aerobic conditioning exercises and dance. Students will compute their level of fitness and learn the aerobic benefit of working within their personal training zone.

 

PE-116A Beginning Step Aerobics

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU, UC

This course meets partial CSU General Education requirement for Area E-Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development (verify limitations listed in Catalog, Ch.3).

This course is designed to teach beginning fundamental step aerobic skills and develop strength and flexibility while increasing physical fitness and endurance.Special attention will be paid to safety procedures and injury prevention.Nutrition for weight loss will be presented.

 

PE-116B Intermediate Step Aerobics

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-116 or PE-116A

This course is designed to teach intermediate step aerobics.  The students will continue to develop strength and flexibility while increasing physical fitness and endurance.  Special attention will be paid to increasing the intensity and duration of the cardiovascular and strength component of this course.  An advanced level of stop combinations will be presented.

 

PE-116C Advanced Step Aerobics

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-116B

This course is designed to teach advanced step aerobics.  The students will continue to develop strength and flexibility while increasing physical fitness and endurance.  Special attention will be paid to increasing the intensity and duration of the cardiovascular and strength component of this course.  An advanced level of stop combinations will be presented.

 

PE-116D Master Level Step Aerobics

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-116C

This course is designed to teach master level step aerobics.  The students will continue to develop strength and flexibility while increasing physical fitness and endurance.  Special attention will be paid to increasing the intensity and duration of the cardiovascular and strength component of this course.  A master level of stop combinations will be presented.

 

PE-121A Beginning Aqua Calisthenics

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course will introduce the beginning student to basic aquatic exercises, generally performed in a vertical position with the face out of the water. Exercises are designed to help develop a greater range of motion in the muscles and joints. The student will also experience some increase in strength and aerobic conditioning working the arms, legs, and trunk during each session.

 

PE-124A Beginning Aquatic Physical Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed for students who want to begin to perfect their beginning skills in swimming strokes through physical conditioning in an aquatic class. Emphasis will be placed on stroke technique and various stroke drills used during conditioning exercises.

PE-126A Beginning Swimming

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to present each student with the basic water safety skills.  The student will experience various movement skills that will enable him/her to float, kick, arm stroke, and or tread water.  The student will also develop a sense of comfort in and around the water.

 

PE-126B Intermediate Swimming

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-126; or PE-126A

This course is designed to present each student with intermediate swimming skills.  Students will continue to improve their backstroke and freestyle strokes.  The students will be introduced to two new strokes:  sidestroke and breaststroke, turns, front dive, and improved personal water safety skills will also be presented in this swimming level.

 

PE-126C Advanced Swimming

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-127; or PE-126B

This course is designed to promote advanced swimming skills and continued progression of learning new strokes. The new strokes include overarm side stroke, trudgen, and inverted backstroke. Special skills include springboard diving, and underwater swimming.

Survival techniques will also be explored. Students will be exposed to a life long fitness program through swimming.

 

PE-129                     Lifeguard Training

2 Units: 27 hours of lecture, 27 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU, UC

This course is designed to teach lifeguard candidates the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies.The course content and activities prepare candidates to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent drownings and injuries. Petition to repeat for certification purposes.

 

PE-135A Beginner Tennis

1 Unit: 54 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to present each student with beginner tennis skills.  Students will learn the basic skills required to play tennis.  These include the forehand and backhand ground strokes and the second serve.  Students will also learn the scoring system, glossary of terms and basic rules of the game.

 

PE-135B Intermediate Tennis

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-135; or PE-135A

This course is designed to present each student with intermediate tennis skills.  Students will continue to improve the basic stroke skills developed in our beginning tennis classes.  In addition, students will learn the skills required to play the net, the volley, drop shot and the smash.  Students will also learn to hit a flat serve and the basic rules of doubles.

 

PE-135C Advanced Tennis

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-135B

This course is designed to present each student with advanced tennis skills.  Students will continue to improve the basic stroke skills developed in our beginning and intermediate tennis classes.  In addition, students will learn the skills required to play the approach shot, base line drop sot and half volley.  Students will also learn the basic rules of singles.

 

PE-135D Master Level Tennis

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-135C

This course is designed to present each student with Maser Level Tennis skills.  Students will continue to improve the basic stroke skills developed in our beginning, intermediate and advanced tennis classes.  In addition, students will learn the basic tactics of singles and doubles play and tennis fitness training.  Students will also learn the history of tennis.

 

PE-136A Beginning Competitive Swimming

1 Units: 54 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course has been designed for students who want to begin to perfect their swimming techniques for the four competitive strokes, turns and starts for each competitive stroke. Emphasis will be placed on the proper technique for performing freestyle, breaststroke, and butterfly stroke through stroke drills and intense conditioning. The conditioned sessions consist of swimming sets of various distances, 3000-6000 yards, training the aerobic and anaerobic systems of the body.

 

PE-137                     Advanced Passing and Defensive Secondary Techniques

1 Unit: 54 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU

This course meets partial CSU General Education requirement for Area E-Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development (verify limitations listed in Catalog, Ch.3).

This course is designed to present each student with basic passing, receiving, offensive backfield play, defensive backfield play and linebacker play.May be repeated three times..

 

PE-140A Beginning Figure Control

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to present each student with beginning basic health knowledge of skills and fitness concepts needed for healthy living. It also identifies the four unifying ideas of health literacy that serve as the central theme for all content areas and grade levels: 1) acceptance of personal responsibility for life long health; 2) respect for and promotion of the health of others; 3) understanding of the process of growth and development; 4) informed use of health-related information, products and services. You will be assisted in setting up your fitness goals and objectives. Each student will be placed on a fitness program involving aerobics, stretching and strength development, which will meet his/her individual needs.

 

PE-140B Intermediate Figure Control

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-140; or PE-140A

This course is a continuation of PE 140A and is designed to present each student with intermediate health knowledge of skills and fitness concepts needed for healthy living.  Each student will continue on a fitness program involving aerobics, stretching and strength development, which will meet his/her individual needs.

 

PE-142 Beginning Softball

1.0 Unit: 54 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is an activity class that is designed for the fast-pitched softball player with beginning to intermediate skills.  In addition to the refinement of beginning techniques and skills, winning strategies and game-like situations will be examined.  Special emphasis will be placed on the mental aspect of the game, as well as, pre-season and pre-season and pre-game preparation.

 

PE-152A Beginning Intramurals

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to present the beginning student with a basic understanding of intramural sports that may include women’s basketball, men’s basketball, soccer, or swimming.

 

PE-156A Beginning Physical Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to present each student with beginning skills in health and fitness concepts through physical conditioning.  Participants will be assisted in setting personal fitness goals and objectives.  Each student will participate in a fitness program including aerobics, stretching and strength development.

 

PE-156B Intermediate Physical Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-156; or PE-156A

This course is designed to present each student with intermediate skills in health and fitness concepts through physical conditioning.  Participants will be assisted in setting personal fitness goals and objectives.  Each student will participate in a fitness program including aerobics, stretching and strength development.

 

PE-156C Advanced Physical Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-156B

This course is designed to present each student with advanced skills in health and fitness concepts through physical conditioning.  Participants will be assisted in setting personal fitness goals and objectives.  Each student will participate in a fitness program including aerobics, stretching and strength development.

 

PE-156D Master Level Physical Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-156C

This course is designed to present each student with master level skills in health and fitness concepts through physical conditioning.  Participants will be assisted in setting personal fitness goals and objectives.  Each student will participate in a fitness program including aerobics, stretching and strength development.

 

PE-157A Beginning Aerobics

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to present the beginner student with basic concepts of aerobic conditioning. Participants will be assisted in setting up personal fitness goals and objectives. Each student will participate in a fitness program including aerobics, stretching and strength development.

 

PE-165A Beginning Pilates

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to get your mind in tune with your body.  By emphasizing proper breathing, correct spinal and pelvic alignment, and complete concentration on smooth, flowing movement, you become acutely aware of how your body feels, where it is in space, and how to control its movement.  Pilates builds core strength without “bulking-up”.  Students will learn efficient patterns of motion.

 

PE-165B Intermediate Pilates

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-165; or PE-165A

This course is designed as an intermediate level pilates course.  The intensity of this intermediate course requires proper breathing, correct spinal and pelvic alignment, and complete concentration on smooth and flowing movement.  Intermediate pilates builds skeletal muscle and core strength without “bulking-up”.

 

PE-165C Advanced Pilates

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-165B

This course is designed as an advanced level pilates course.  The intensity of this advanced course requires proper breathing, correct spinal and pelvic alignment, and complete concentration on smooth and flowing movement.  Advanced pilates builds skeletal muscle and core strength without “bulking-up”.

 

PE-165D Master Level Pilates

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-165C

This course is designed as a master level pilates course.  The intensity of this master course requires proper breathing, correct spinal and pelvic alignment, and complete concentration on smooth and flowing movement.  Master pilates builds skeletal muscle and core strength without “bulking-up”.

 

PE-174A Beginning Volleyball Skills & Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to give students the opportunity to develop beginning individual and team skills of offensive and defensive volleyball. Emphasis is place on mental, physical, tactical and technical aspects of the game to increase each individual’s level of competitiveness in match play.  Conditioning drills using plyometrics, agility, and strength will enhance student performance.

 

PE-202                     Adaptive Physical Education

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU, UC

This physical education course is designed for students with disabilities to participate in recreational and fitness exercises.This course may be repeated with the instructor’s approval.May be repeated three times, DSPS.

 

PE-203  Advanced Volleyball Skills and Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to give students the opportunity to develop advanced individual and team skills of offensive and defensive volleyball.  Emphasis is placed on mental, tactical aspects of the game to increase each individual’s level of competitiveness in match play.  Conditioning drills using plyometric, agility, and strength will enhance student performance.

 

PE-208                     Football Fundamentals and Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU, UC

This course meets partial CSU General Education requirement for Area E-Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development (verify limitations listed in Catalog, Ch.3).

This course is designed to present to each student basic defensive and offensive fundamentals and the basic principles of conditioning. May be repeated three times.

 

PE-209                     Adaptive Motor Skill Development

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, ND, DG, CSU, UC

This course is designed for students with physical disabilities to help them improve their motor skills, flexibility and range of motion through individual and group exercises that emphasizes both recreational and functional aspects of exercise. May be repeated three times, DSPS.

 

PE-211                     Baseball Fundamentals and Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU, UC

This course meets partial CSU General Education requirement for Area E-Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development (verify limitations listed in Catalog, Ch.3).

This course includes individual and team skills of offensive and defensive baseball.The student will learn and understand the fundamentals of baseball.May be repeated three times.

 

PE-214                     Advanced Baseball Skills

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, SC, DG, CSU, UC

This course meets partial CSU General Education requirement for Area E-Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development (verify limitations listed in Catalog, Ch.3).

This course presents defensive cutoff and relays, pick-off plays, pitching philosophies, biomechanics of pitching, situational pitching, hitting philosophy, situational hitting, psychological skill training, offensive and defensive strategies, base stealing techniques, fielding techniques and a variety of other skills.

PE-215 Basketball Fundamentals and Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to allow students to learn individual and team skills of offensive and defensive basketball.  This course will present beginning fundamentals and skills in basketball.  Students will participate in drills to increase cardiovascular conditioning, flexibility, endurance, skill development, and strength.

 

PE-218A Beginning Slim, Trim and Swim

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is intended to familiarize beginner students with concepts of practical and overall fitness. It also gives the student an opportunity to explore and practice these concepts. Those concepts include: physical fitness parameters, practical tests, training for increased cardiopulmonary endurance and muscular endurance, and training for increased flexibility and speed.

 

PE-260A Beginning Soccer Fundamentals & Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course will focus on the beginning fundamentals and conditioning of soccer.

PE-261A Beginning Tai Kwon Do

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course teaches beginning Tae Kwon Do.  The ancient Korean Martial Art is more than 2000 years old and is ‘the way of fist and foot fighting.’  It will help students to learn about the philosophy of Tae Kwon Do as a martial art and to develop patience, concentration, and attention to detail, quick reflexes, stronger spirit, humility, inner awareness, and confidence.

PE-261B Intermediate Tai Kwon Do

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-218; or PE-218B

This course teaches Intermediate Tae Kwon Do. The ancient Korean Martial Art is more than 2000 years old and is ‘the way of fist and foot fighting.’  It continues to help students learn more about the philosophy of Tae Kwon Do as a martial art and to continue the development of patience, concentration, and attention to detail, quick reflexes, stronger spirit, humility, inner awareness, and confidence.

 

PE-267A Beginning Cardio-Kickboxing

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to improve cardiovascular and respiratory fitness through a combination of beginning kick-boxing and aerobic dance techniques. Each student will improve his/her coordination, strength and flexibility by learning the fundamental skills of kick-boxing, kicking, punching and defensive routines to music. Toning of muscles and proper diet are also covered. At the end of class each student will gain self-confidence and self-esteem as skill level improves.

 

 

PE-268A Beginning Walking for Fitness

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed for students who would like to begin to utilize walking as a fitness enhancing activity. Walking routes will be both on the track and around the campus. Topics include: fitness assessment, health assessment, equipment and safety, walking and stretching techniques, nutrition basics, motivation, program design and evaluation.

 

PE-270A Beginning Yoga

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to explain, demonstrate, and provide practice of various basic and beginning Yoga postures and breathing exercises. Historical and philosophical background of traditional Yoga will also be presented. This course is designed to allow students to participate and progress at their own pace. This course may emphasize one of the following styles of yoga: hatha, karma, raja, santra, jnana, etc.

 

PE-270B Intermediate Yoga

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to explain, demonstrate, and provide practice of intermediate Yoga postures and breathing exercises. Historical and philosophical background of traditional Yoga will also be presented. This course is designed to allow students to participate and progress at their own pace. This course may emphasize one of the following styles of yoga: hatha, karma, raja, santra, jnana, etc.

 

PE-272       Theory of Soccer

2 Units: 36 hours of lecture, per term, LR, DG, CSU, UC

This course is designed to introduce the student to the history, strategy and tactics of soccer. The course will include a section on the laws of the game, a historical overview of the game from its inception, a basic study of offensive and defensive strategies and finally a study of game specifics tactics.

 

PE-273A Beginning Yoga for Strength

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to increase the strength of beginning Yoga students and will explain, demonstrate, and provide practice of various Yoga postures emphasizing strength. This course will allow students to progress at their own pace while challenging them to progress.

PE-275A Beginning Qigong

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to introduce students to Qigong. Qigong refers to a variety of practices that involve movement and regulated breathing designed to improve mind and body. Qigong is practiced for health maintenance purposes and is component of Chinese martial arts. Students will improve their health and prevent illnesses by combining a set of breathing exercises, meditation techniques, and movement exercises. Qigong contributes to health benefits through stress reduction, exercise, and relaxation.

 

PE-278A Beginning Self Defense for Women

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed to instruct women in the art of self defense. Students will learn some of the basic principles of self-defense that will enable them to develop control of their lives.

PE-280 Academic Planning for Student Athletes

1 Unit: 18 hours of lecture, per term, SC, ND

This course is a multi-disciplinary approach designed to address the issues facing today’s student athlete in regard to academic success.The course will introduce and familiarize all new prospective student athletes with college programs, support services, academic expectations, procedures, policies and student life.The course will cover admission procedures, assessment, educational planning, study skills, time management and other components that underlie students’ academic success.There will be discussion on requirements for institutional certificates, AS and AA degrees, NCAA rules for student athlete transfers to 4-year institutions, COA (community college athletics) eligibility rules and students’ specific eligibility situations.

 

PE-282       Theory of Basketball

2 Units: 36 hours of lecture, per term, LR, DG, CSU

This course is designed to give the students an understanding of methods and techniques of instruction, skill analysis, practice progressions, and theory of all facets of basketball. This course will also include film sessions, COA and NCAA eligibility rules, learning skills, and mental preparation. Life skill development will be discussed.

 

PE-290A Sport Specific Training I

.5-3 Units: 27-162 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU, UC

This course is designed to teach sport specific training I to competitive athletes.  The students will develop sports specific strength, endurance, strategies, tactics, and team work skills necessary to perform at an intercollegiate level.

PE-290B Sport Specific Training II

.5-3 Units: 27-162 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: PE-290A

This course is designed to teach sport specific training II to competitive athletes.  The students will develop sports specific strength, endurance, strategies, tactics, and team work skills necessary to perform at an intercollegiate level.

 

PE-290C Sport Specific Training III

.5-3 Units: 27-162 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: PE-290B

This course is designed to teach sport specific training III to competitive athletes.  The students will develop sports specific strength, endurance, strategies, tactics, and team work skills necessary to perform at an intercollegiate level.    Not repeatable.

 

PE-290D Sport Specific Training IV

.5-3 Units: 27-162 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU, UC

Prerequisite: PE-290C

This course is designed to teach sport specific training IV to competitive athletes.  The students will develop sports specific strength, endurance, strategies, tactics, and team work skills necessary to perform at an intercollegiate level.

 

PE-298                     Independent Study

.2-4 Units:  10.8-216 hours of independent study, per term, SC, DG

Prerequisite: Educational contract of study signed by an instructor, department chair and Vice President. Topics must extend beyond regular course offerings.

This course is designed for selected students to pursue independent study in Physical Education under the direction of an instructor.

 

PE-378A Beginning Soccer Group and Team Tactics

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

This course is designed for students to develop their understanding of beginning small group tactics and the relationship with the overall team tactics. Students will be introduced to systems of play and the effect of group and team tactics in relation to different systems.

PE-378B Intermediate Soccer Group and Team Tactics

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG

Prerequisite: PE-378A

This course is designed for students to develop their tactical skills as goalkeepers, defenders, midfielders and forwards in match conditions.  Tactical understanding in the defensive, midfield and attacking third of the field will be introduced to students through small group activities.

 

PE-379                     Advanced Soccer Skills and Conditioning

.5-2 Units: 27-108 hours of activity, per term, LR, DG, CSU

This course is designed for advanced soccer players to prepare to play on the intercollegiate team in the season of play. Emphasis is placed on mental, physical, tactical and technical aspects of the game to increase each individual’s level of competitiveness in match play.May be repeated three times.