Title Description
Dance: Latin/GE*
PER-129
Basic techniques of Latin dancing are explored. Includes rumba, cha-cha, and tango. Also includes dance movement variations.
Dance: Jazz/GE*
PER-131
To instill knowledge and enhance fitness and creativity in dance. This course teaches the students basic terminology and movements of creative dance. The issue of style is certainly not definite, steps are varied and numerous, and ever changing. Creativity to music through dance is the goal as well as developing individual skill level and production of teamwork.
Basketball/GE*
PER-135
Designed for individuals interested in acquiring the knowledge and techniques required for participation in basketball.
Fundamentals of Basketball
PER-136
Designed for individuals interested in acquiring the knowledge and technique required for participation in basketball on a collegiate or recreation team.
Volleyball/GE*
PER-137
Designed for individuals interested in acquiring the knowledge and techniques required for participation in volleyball.
Soccer/GE*
PER-138
Emphasizes the major components of soccer, through theory and practical game-related activities while promoting interest in participating in soccer as a recreational activity.
Golf 1/GE*
PER-143
Introduction to golf for the beginner. Includes grip, stance, swing, putting, and rules.
Golf 2/GE*
PER-144
Refining the developed skills introduced in the beginning class. Includes grip, stance, swing, driving, chipping, rules, and etiquette.
Judo 1/GE*
PER-145
Introduction to the basic skills of Judo for use in sport, self-defense and physical conditioning. A selection of Judo
Judo 2/GE*
PER-146
Introduction to the advanced skills of Judo for use in sport, self-defense and physical conditioning. A selection of advanced Judo techniques, plus Japanese vocabulary will be introduced.
Karate 1/GE*
PER-147
Focus is on basic skills associated with the discipline of Karate. Emphasis is on physical conditioning, mental discipline, and self-awareness.
Karate 2/GE*
PER-148
Continuation of PER 147 Karate 1. Includes intermediate level katas (combination of movements).
Hapkido
PER-150
Introduction to various strategies and self-defense techniques applied in Hapkido system.
Self-Defense/GE*
PER-155
Introduction to various strategies and self-defense skills used for physical conditioning and personal defense. This class is offered for credit/no credit.
Desert Hiking/GE*
PER-158
This course teaches students sufficient skills and knowledge to plan for and complete a variety of hikes in the desert.
Swimming/GE*
PER-160
Designed for individuals of all skill levels interested in acquiring the knowledge and techniques required for participation in recreational swimming.
Swimming: Beginning/GE*
PER-161
Instruction in the skills of swimming for the novice. Includes orientation to the aquatic environment, rhythmic
Scuba/GE*
PER-164
The PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) Open Water Diver course builds on measurable competencies leading to the PADI Open Water Diver Scuba Certification.
Lifeguard Certification/GE*
PER-165
Prepares American Red Cross Lifeguard candidates with the skills and knowledge needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. This class is offered for credit/no credit.
Technical and Multi-Terrain Rescue/GE*
PER-166
Introduction to basic aspects and techniques of technical and multi-terrain rescue. CR/NC
Beginning Resistance Training/GE*
PER-170
Instruction and practice for the novice in the skills and understanding of resistance training.
Intermediate Resistance Training/GE*
PER-171
The student will apply the skills and understanding developed in Beginning Resistance Training in a more advanced program. Must have a sufficient period of time to develop a structural foundation before taking this course and a strong understanding of muscle groups.
Varsity Sport: Football/GE*
PER-180
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in football.
Varsity Sports: Soccer/GE*
PER-181
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in soccer.
Varsity Sports: Women's Volleyball/GE*
PER-182
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in volleyball.
Varsity: Men's Basketball/GE*
PER-183
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in basketball.
Varsity Sports: Women's Basketball/GE*
PER-184
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in basketball.
Varsity Sports: Baseball/GE*
PER-185
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in baseball.
Varsity Softball/GE*
PER-186
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in softball.
Varsity Sports: Cheerleading/GE*
PER-187
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in cheerleading.
Varsity Sports: Dance Team
PER-188
Course will provide the students with the fundamentals required to become part of a competitive dance team
Leisure Delivery Systems
PER-210
Study of leisure services in public, commercial and independent sectors, with emphasis placed on the urban setting.
Strength and Conditioning
PER-213
Instruction and application of various (sport specific) methods used to increase strength and improve the physical condition of the college athlete in their second year of training.
Speed and Agility Training
PER-216
This class will provide instruction and practice in the skills and understanding of conditioning and agility training for the second year college athlete.
Recreation Programming and Management
PER-230
Development of skills to design, plan, implement, and manage various recreation programs and services utilizing a variety of community resources.
Recreation Leadership
PER-250
Roles and Methods of leadership in leisure service settings to include theories and models of leader- ship, group dynamics, participant motivation, and communication.

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Dance: Latin/GE*
PER-129
Basic techniques of Latin dancing are explored. Includes rumba, cha-cha, and tango. Also includes dance movement variations.
Dance: Jazz/GE*
PER-131
To instill knowledge and enhance fitness and creativity in dance. This course teaches the students basic terminology and movements of creative dance. The issue of style is certainly not definite, steps are varied and numerous, and ever changing. Creativity to music through dance is the goal as well as developing individual skill level and production of teamwork.
Basketball/GE*
PER-135
Designed for individuals interested in acquiring the knowledge and techniques required for participation in basketball.
Fundamentals of Basketball
PER-136
Designed for individuals interested in acquiring the knowledge and technique required for participation in basketball on a collegiate or recreation team.
Volleyball/GE*
PER-137
Designed for individuals interested in acquiring the knowledge and techniques required for participation in volleyball.
Soccer/GE*
PER-138
Emphasizes the major components of soccer, through theory and practical game-related activities while promoting interest in participating in soccer as a recreational activity.
Golf 1/GE*
PER-143
Introduction to golf for the beginner. Includes grip, stance, swing, putting, and rules.
Golf 2/GE*
PER-144
Refining the developed skills introduced in the beginning class. Includes grip, stance, swing, driving, chipping, rules, and etiquette.
Judo 1/GE*
PER-145
Introduction to the basic skills of Judo for use in sport, self-defense and physical conditioning. A selection of Judo
Judo 2/GE*
PER-146
Introduction to the advanced skills of Judo for use in sport, self-defense and physical conditioning. A selection of advanced Judo techniques, plus Japanese vocabulary will be introduced.
Karate 1/GE*
PER-147
Focus is on basic skills associated with the discipline of Karate. Emphasis is on physical conditioning, mental discipline, and self-awareness.
Karate 2/GE*
PER-148
Continuation of PER 147 Karate 1. Includes intermediate level katas (combination of movements).
Hapkido
PER-150
Introduction to various strategies and self-defense techniques applied in Hapkido system.
Self-Defense/GE*
PER-155
Introduction to various strategies and self-defense skills used for physical conditioning and personal defense. This class is offered for credit/no credit.
Desert Hiking/GE*
PER-158
This course teaches students sufficient skills and knowledge to plan for and complete a variety of hikes in the desert.
Swimming/GE*
PER-160
Designed for individuals of all skill levels interested in acquiring the knowledge and techniques required for participation in recreational swimming.
Swimming: Beginning/GE*
PER-161
Instruction in the skills of swimming for the novice. Includes orientation to the aquatic environment, rhythmic
Scuba/GE*
PER-164
The PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) Open Water Diver course builds on measurable competencies leading to the PADI Open Water Diver Scuba Certification.
Lifeguard Certification/GE*
PER-165
Prepares American Red Cross Lifeguard candidates with the skills and knowledge needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. This class is offered for credit/no credit.
Technical and Multi-Terrain Rescue/GE*
PER-166
Introduction to basic aspects and techniques of technical and multi-terrain rescue. CR/NC
Beginning Resistance Training/GE*
PER-170
Instruction and practice for the novice in the skills and understanding of resistance training.
Intermediate Resistance Training/GE*
PER-171
The student will apply the skills and understanding developed in Beginning Resistance Training in a more advanced program. Must have a sufficient period of time to develop a structural foundation before taking this course and a strong understanding of muscle groups.
Varsity Sport: Football/GE*
PER-180
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in football.
Varsity Sports: Soccer/GE*
PER-181
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in soccer.
Varsity Sports: Women's Volleyball/GE*
PER-182
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in volleyball.
Varsity: Men's Basketball/GE*
PER-183
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in basketball.
Varsity Sports: Women's Basketball/GE*
PER-184
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in basketball.
Varsity Sports: Baseball/GE*
PER-185
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in baseball.
Varsity Softball/GE*
PER-186
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in softball.
Varsity Sports: Cheerleading/GE*
PER-187
Prepares individuals for competing in their first year at the collegiate level in cheerleading.
Varsity Sports: Dance Team
PER-188
Course will provide the students with the fundamentals required to become part of a competitive dance team
Leisure Delivery Systems
PER-210
Study of leisure services in public, commercial and independent sectors, with emphasis placed on the urban setting.
Strength and Conditioning
PER-213
Instruction and application of various (sport specific) methods used to increase strength and improve the physical condition of the college athlete in their second year of training.
Speed and Agility Training
PER-216
This class will provide instruction and practice in the skills and understanding of conditioning and agility training for the second year college athlete.
Recreation Programming and Management
PER-230
Development of skills to design, plan, implement, and manage various recreation programs and services utilizing a variety of community resources.
Recreation Leadership
PER-250
Roles and Methods of leadership in leisure service settings to include theories and models of leader- ship, group dynamics, participant motivation, and communication.

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