Title Description
Theory and Technique of Football
PED-260
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching football.
Theory and Technique of Soccer
PED-261
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching soccer.
Theory and Technique of Basketball
PED-263
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching basketball.
Theory and Technique of Baseball
PED-265
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching baseball.
Theory and Technique of Softball
PED-266
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching softball.
Theory and Technique Volleyball
PED-267
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching volleyball.
Introduction to PERS
PEM-100
A survey of qualifications and training required of students planning to major or minor in Exercise Science, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sport. The philosophical basis for physical education is emphasized. Also, objectives and outcomes of physical education, professional orga- nization, historical highlights, employment oppor- tunities, and the future of physical education are purused. The role of athletics is clearly exam- ined.
Directed Lab Experience
PEM-101
Introduction to selected professional fields of study in areas related to physical education, recreation, and athletics. Students will participate in activities that enhance skills in their related area of study through practical application.
Emergency Procedures for Coaches
PEM-102
Students will be able to administer first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, to improve personal judgment in cases of accident or illness, develop the ability to render aid in time of emergency, and create an emergency action plan.
CPR First Aid & AED Training
PEM-105
This course incorporates the latest science and teaches students to recognize and care for various first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts injuries to the head, neck & back, heat & cold emergencies & how to respond to cardiac & breathing emergencies. Students successfully completing this course will receive a 2 year certification from the American Red Cross.
Mental Conditoning for Sports
PEM-115
Develop fundamental mental skills necessary for an athlete to move more successfully through their sport.
Foundations of Sports Management
PEM-125
This course will provide students with an overview of the sports industry and issues facing sports organizations both professional and recreational. Students will learn the management skills such as budgeting, communication and staffing. They will also become familiar with the career opportunities available in the sports management.
Sports Marketing
PEM-135
This course will provide a general overview of marketing in the sports industry. The 3 P's of marketing and product distribution will also be covered. This course will also cover electronic media, public relations, the legal aspects of marketing and their effect on management.
The Business of Athletic Coaching
PEM-201
Fundamentals of coaching theory, concepts and practices for effective sports programs.
Sports Injury Management
PEM-202
Introduction to principles and techniques of preventing, treating and rehabilitating sports related injuries. Includes recognition of sports injuries, therapeutic methods, mechanisms of sports injuries, and taping and wrapping techniques.
Sports Psychology
PEM-203
Development of the basics of applied sports and adolescent psychology. Includes principles of motivation, varied psychological skills for athletes' performance improvement, and leadership emphasis through communication skills. Also includes imagery, stress management and attentional skills development for performance enhancement.
Methods of Coaching Sports
PEM-204
Fundamental techniques, organization, and strategy for coaching selected team sports.
Team Sports Officiating
PEM-206
Familiarization with and application of the rules of team sports (football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, soccer and softball) from the standpoint of an official. Includes current methods and materials to develop competency in executing official rules. Students will complete sports specific certification exams.
Domains of Athletic Training
PEM-207
Overview of the six domains of athletic training for students with a high interest in becoming a certified athletic trainer. Includes injury prevention; clinical evaluation and diagnosis; immediate care; treatment, rehabilitation and reconditioning; organization and administration; and professional responsibility.
Sports Injury Treatment
PEM-208
Application of the theory and principles associated with therapeutic exercise and modalities. Various rehabilitation and modalities techniques pertaining to the treatment of athletic or physical activity related injuries.
Athletic Training Practicum
PEM-210
Introduction of entry-level athletic training skills within the daily operations of the athletic training room and in the care of athletes.
Topics in Fitness
PER-070
Workshops for individual exploration in fitness. Designed for the enrichment needs of the student who is not seeking transferable credit. CR/NC
Fitness for Life/GE*
PER-100
Introduction to a total fitness program that involves cardiovascular conditioning, strength, endurance, and flexibility necessary for a well- rounded life. The student must complete an orientation before being allowed to participate. Class is offered for credit/no credit.
Fitness for Life/GE*
PER-101
Introduction to a total fitness program that involves cardiovascular conditioning, strength, endurance, and flexibility necessary for well- rounded life. The student must complete an orientation before being allowed to participate. Offered for credit/no credit only.
Fitness Training/GE*
PER-102
A total fitness program including cardiovascular conditioning, strength, endurance, and flexibility designed to improve or sustain an individual physical fitness level.
Personal Fitness Training/GE*
PER-104
Instruction is individualized. Focus will be geared towards the components of fitness in achieving a healthy life style. This class is offered for credit/no credit. Class fee will be charged.
Workplace Wellness
PER-105
Course is designed to improve the wellness of campus employees through developing positive lifestyle habits. OE/OE CR/NC
Walking and Jogging/GE*
PER-106
Individually paced walking/jogging using effective techniques. Includes cardiovascular workout within a target heart rate zone to promote positive health fitness and confidence.
Yoga/GE*
PER-108
Introduction to practicing yoga poses and breathing exercises designed to tone and strengthen the entire body, improve flexibility, increase the oxygen flow and find deeper relaxation by balancing body, mind and spirit.
Sambaerobics
PER-109
The course will introduce the beginning techniques of Brazilian samba dancing. Students will practice samba for elongated periods of time, elevating heart rate to produce positive aerobic effects.
Aerobics: Step
PER-110
High intensity, low impact program that involves stepping on and off a platform repeatedly, while simultaneously performing upper body movements. CR/NC
Strength and Conditioning
PER-113
Instruction and application of various (sport specific) methods used to increase strength and improve the physical condition of the first year college athlete.
Aerobics: Water/GE*
PER-114
Cardiovascular strengthening and flexibility exercise in the pool for swimmers at all levels. Includes review of safety water techniques, and upper and lower body movement in water. Also includes coordination of movement to music, and cardiovascular fitness level determination using heart rate measurements.
Aerobics:Pilates/GE*
PER-115
Introduction to muscular strength and endurance. Workouts designed to tone and strengthen the entire body. Includes hand weights, resistance activities and stretching and flexibility exercises.
Speed and Agility Training
PER-116
This class will provide instruction and practice in the skills and understanding of conditioning and agility training for the college athlete.
Smart Cycling
PER-117
This course is designed for the novice rider. In this course students will learn all aspects of safety including choosing the right cycle and equipment. This course will also cover how cycling can be an important part of a healthy lifestyle.

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Title Body
Theory and Technique of Football
PED-260
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching football.
Theory and Technique of Soccer
PED-261
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching soccer.
Theory and Technique of Basketball
PED-263
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching basketball.
Theory and Technique of Baseball
PED-265
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching baseball.
Theory and Technique of Softball
PED-266
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching softball.
Theory and Technique Volleyball
PED-267
Designed for individuals interested in learning the organization and strategy of playing and coaching volleyball.
Introduction to PERS
PEM-100
A survey of qualifications and training required of students planning to major or minor in Exercise Science, Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sport. The philosophical basis for physical education is emphasized. Also, objectives and outcomes of physical education, professional orga- nization, historical highlights, employment oppor- tunities, and the future of physical education are purused. The role of athletics is clearly exam- ined.
Directed Lab Experience
PEM-101
Introduction to selected professional fields of study in areas related to physical education, recreation, and athletics. Students will participate in activities that enhance skills in their related area of study through practical application.
Emergency Procedures for Coaches
PEM-102
Students will be able to administer first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, to improve personal judgment in cases of accident or illness, develop the ability to render aid in time of emergency, and create an emergency action plan.
CPR First Aid & AED Training
PEM-105
This course incorporates the latest science and teaches students to recognize and care for various first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts injuries to the head, neck & back, heat & cold emergencies & how to respond to cardiac & breathing emergencies. Students successfully completing this course will receive a 2 year certification from the American Red Cross.
Mental Conditoning for Sports
PEM-115
Develop fundamental mental skills necessary for an athlete to move more successfully through their sport.
Foundations of Sports Management
PEM-125
This course will provide students with an overview of the sports industry and issues facing sports organizations both professional and recreational. Students will learn the management skills such as budgeting, communication and staffing. They will also become familiar with the career opportunities available in the sports management.
Sports Marketing
PEM-135
This course will provide a general overview of marketing in the sports industry. The 3 P's of marketing and product distribution will also be covered. This course will also cover electronic media, public relations, the legal aspects of marketing and their effect on management.
The Business of Athletic Coaching
PEM-201
Fundamentals of coaching theory, concepts and practices for effective sports programs.
Sports Injury Management
PEM-202
Introduction to principles and techniques of preventing, treating and rehabilitating sports related injuries. Includes recognition of sports injuries, therapeutic methods, mechanisms of sports injuries, and taping and wrapping techniques.
Sports Psychology
PEM-203
Development of the basics of applied sports and adolescent psychology. Includes principles of motivation, varied psychological skills for athletes' performance improvement, and leadership emphasis through communication skills. Also includes imagery, stress management and attentional skills development for performance enhancement.
Methods of Coaching Sports
PEM-204
Fundamental techniques, organization, and strategy for coaching selected team sports.
Team Sports Officiating
PEM-206
Familiarization with and application of the rules of team sports (football, volleyball, basketball, baseball, soccer and softball) from the standpoint of an official. Includes current methods and materials to develop competency in executing official rules. Students will complete sports specific certification exams.
Domains of Athletic Training
PEM-207
Overview of the six domains of athletic training for students with a high interest in becoming a certified athletic trainer. Includes injury prevention; clinical evaluation and diagnosis; immediate care; treatment, rehabilitation and reconditioning; organization and administration; and professional responsibility.
Sports Injury Treatment
PEM-208
Application of the theory and principles associated with therapeutic exercise and modalities. Various rehabilitation and modalities techniques pertaining to the treatment of athletic or physical activity related injuries.
Athletic Training Practicum
PEM-210
Introduction of entry-level athletic training skills within the daily operations of the athletic training room and in the care of athletes.
Topics in Fitness
PER-070
Workshops for individual exploration in fitness. Designed for the enrichment needs of the student who is not seeking transferable credit. CR/NC
Fitness for Life/GE*
PER-100
Introduction to a total fitness program that involves cardiovascular conditioning, strength, endurance, and flexibility necessary for a well- rounded life. The student must complete an orientation before being allowed to participate. Class is offered for credit/no credit.
Fitness for Life/GE*
PER-101
Introduction to a total fitness program that involves cardiovascular conditioning, strength, endurance, and flexibility necessary for well- rounded life. The student must complete an orientation before being allowed to participate. Offered for credit/no credit only.
Fitness Training/GE*
PER-102
A total fitness program including cardiovascular conditioning, strength, endurance, and flexibility designed to improve or sustain an individual physical fitness level.
Personal Fitness Training/GE*
PER-104
Instruction is individualized. Focus will be geared towards the components of fitness in achieving a healthy life style. This class is offered for credit/no credit. Class fee will be charged.
Workplace Wellness
PER-105
Course is designed to improve the wellness of campus employees through developing positive lifestyle habits. OE/OE CR/NC
Walking and Jogging/GE*
PER-106
Individually paced walking/jogging using effective techniques. Includes cardiovascular workout within a target heart rate zone to promote positive health fitness and confidence.
Yoga/GE*
PER-108
Introduction to practicing yoga poses and breathing exercises designed to tone and strengthen the entire body, improve flexibility, increase the oxygen flow and find deeper relaxation by balancing body, mind and spirit.
Sambaerobics
PER-109
The course will introduce the beginning techniques of Brazilian samba dancing. Students will practice samba for elongated periods of time, elevating heart rate to produce positive aerobic effects.
Aerobics: Step
PER-110
High intensity, low impact program that involves stepping on and off a platform repeatedly, while simultaneously performing upper body movements. CR/NC
Strength and Conditioning
PER-113
Instruction and application of various (sport specific) methods used to increase strength and improve the physical condition of the first year college athlete.
Aerobics: Water/GE*
PER-114
Cardiovascular strengthening and flexibility exercise in the pool for swimmers at all levels. Includes review of safety water techniques, and upper and lower body movement in water. Also includes coordination of movement to music, and cardiovascular fitness level determination using heart rate measurements.
Aerobics:Pilates/GE*
PER-115
Introduction to muscular strength and endurance. Workouts designed to tone and strengthen the entire body. Includes hand weights, resistance activities and stretching and flexibility exercises.
Speed and Agility Training
PER-116
This class will provide instruction and practice in the skills and understanding of conditioning and agility training for the college athlete.
Smart Cycling
PER-117
This course is designed for the novice rider. In this course students will learn all aspects of safety including choosing the right cycle and equipment. This course will also cover how cycling can be an important part of a healthy lifestyle.

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