Lower Division Courses

PHE-100 Varsity Athletics 1.0 cr.

Fall, winter, spring. Prereq.: Permission. According to season. Activity class offered to those who qualify for intercollegiate athletic teams: Varsity volleyball, basketball, baseball, soccer, tennis, golf and skiing. (PHE ACTIVITY)

PHE-104  Basic Anatomy and Physiology of Human Activity 3.0 cr. lecture, 1.0 cr. activity

(Same as BIO-104) Fall. Three lectures and one three hour activity period weekly.  A general study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body with emphasis on neuromuscular, skeletal, circulatory, and respiratory systems as they relate to activity.  This course is not designed for students majoring in Biology, Exercise Science, Nursing, Health Science, or related pre-health professional programs.  The course is designed for physical education majors and the liberal arts core.   (NON-LAB NATURAL SCIENCE)

PHE-150 Physical Education Activity 1.0 cr.

Fall, winter, spring. A wide variety of basic instruction activity classes to encourage participation and skill development in individual and team sports at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels. Typical offerings include aerobic dance, ballroom dance, ballet I and II, jazz dance I and II, choreography practice, rhythmic and movement skills, badminton, basketball, body conditioning, bowling, golf, jogging, judo, racquetball, rock climbing, kayaking, shooting, skiing, soccer, softball, swimming, scuba diving, life guard training, volleyball and weight training. (PHE ACTIVITY)

PHE-151 Personal Fitness 1.0 cr.

Fall, winter, spring. A course of study dealing with the development of a personalized fitness program in which both health and skill-related fitness components are included. Stress management, nutrition, exercise precautions and equipment are also emphasized. Students develop self assessments and individualized fitness programs. Individual labs are required.

PHE-170 Team Sports Skills 2.0 cr.

Fall. (P.E. majors only). Instruction and practice in sport skills (basketball, soccer, speed ball, volleyball, football and softball) emphasizing fundamental, skill progression and practical applications of team concepts.

PHE-171 Lifetime/Leisure Activities 2.0 cr.

Spring. (P.E. majors only). Instruction and practice in lifetime/leisure activities (archery, badminton, pickleball, golf and tennis) emphasizing fundamentals, skill progression and practical applications of the activities.

PHE-200 Foundations of Physical Education 3.0 cr.

Fall. A course designed to acquaint the student with the concept of physical education as a profession and to orient the student to the College program. The course includes the history of physical education including philosophical, sociological, institutional and personal influences and application of education principles to physical education, recreation and athletics.

PHE-201 Introduction to Health 3.0 cr.

Fall. An introductory survey of health with an emphasis on the school environment. Topics include communicable and non-communicable diseases, drugs, alcohol, human reproduction and school health assessments.

PHE-202 Sports Officiating 3.0 cr.

Spring. A study of the rules, mechanics and philosophy of sports officiating.

PHE-244 Care & Prevention of Injury 3.0 cr.

Fall. Prereq.: PHE-104 or BIO-303. A study of the prevention, recognition and treatment of common athletic injuries, including emergency first aid procedures, taping and wrapping.

PHE-294 Independent Study 1.0 to 3.0 cr.

Fall, winter, spring. Prereq.: Permission. Special research projects on selected topics. This course does not fulfill the Liberal Arts Core requirement for independent work. See independent study guidelines.

PHE-299T.1 01 Coaching Methods 2 cr.

Winter. An elective course for students seeking a minor in coaching, a major in either physical education or exercise science. Developing a knowledge base and application of principles of training, development of a coaching and training philosophy, writing and managing training logs, planning short and long term objectives, methods and style of coaching, how to train and the physiological effects of training. Evaluation of the processes involved in achieving performance objectives to enhance the appropriate physiological response to training/learning.