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Undergraduate Physical Education Professionl

2013 Summer Term

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1 Units

INVESTIGATING COMMUNITY PROFESSIONS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Physical Education Professionl 209

This course prepare students majoring in Physical Education, who are not pursuing a teaching license, for the required Field Study course. This course provides resources and instruction for designing a plan for professional development and field study placement. Students will visit potential field study sites, interview professionals and develop a resume. Satisfactory/No Credit grade basis only.


1 Units

FUNDAMENTALS OF WEIGHT TRAINING & PHYSICAL FITNESS

Physical Education Professionl 215

A course designed to develop a general understanding of physical fitness programs and the use of weights as a means of developing strength and physical fitness. The course involves surveying weight training and fitness programs and learning when and where each is used.


3 Units

KINESIOLOGY

Physical Education Professionl 371

The study of mechanical principles which are essential to the analysis of sport techniques as well as the performance of motor skills. The course includes a review of muscle-skeletal anatomy and the thorough study of human movement.


3 Units

ADVANCED PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE

Physical Education Professionl 472

Theoretical considerations and laboratory experiences in physiology of exercise at an advanced level. Includes exercise biochemistry, biochemical analysis, environmental considerations, exercise histochemistry, cardiorespiratory considerations, animal experimentation, electromyography and aids to performance.


3 Units

ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Physical Education Professionl 475

A study of the problems of the atypical child in relation to the physical education activity program. Emphasis is placed on the atypical child in the public school. Areas studied include postural deviations, orthopedic and neurological disabilities, sensory handicaps, the mentally handicapped and the behaviorally deviant child.


3 Units

HEALTH PROMOTION MANAGEMENT

Physical Education Professionl 480

Theoretical considerations and practical applications of management, operations and programs for health promotion organizations. Begins with the planning, design, financing and construction of health promotion facilities. Includes the hiring and organization of staff members, the development and marketing of special programs and the administration and finance of health promotion organizations.


1-12 Units

FIELD STUDY

Physical Education Professionl 492

A course designed to increase the student's understanding of a specific area of recreation through involvement in an off-campus internship at a recognized Physical Education agency or business which is suited to the student's area of interest.


6-12 Units

HEALTH, HUMAN PERFORMANCE & RECREATION INTERNSHIP

Physical Education Professionl 493

The internship is a culminating learning experience for students studying in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. This experience allows students the opportunity to practice the application of theory and apply the knowledge acquired through academic preparation. The internship is an in-depth supervised work and study experience, preferably at the supervisor or mid-management level, where the student has a degree of responsibility for planning, directing and supervising the work of others. A desired result of this course design is to stimulate good judgement and sound decisions while improving problem solving, communication, human development and relation building skills.


1-3 Units

INDEPENDENT STUDY

Physical Education Professionl 498

Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member. Repeatable for a maximum of 3 credits in major/degree.

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