Courses

  • PHED-1111 General Physical Education

    Instruction and practice in a wide variety of individual and team sports with emphasis on physical development. This course is strongly recommended as the beginning activity course.

  • PHED-1113 Introduction to Sport, Wellness, and Recreation Management

    This course ntroduces prospective majors to all phases of the field. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • PHED-1300 Varsity Sports

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1301 Varsity Women's Softball

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1311 Varsity Track/Cross Country

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1321 Varsity Men's Basketball

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1331 Varsity Baseball

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1341 Varsity Golf

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1351 Varsity Tennis

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1361 Varsity Cheerleading

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1371 Varsity Volleyball

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1381 Varsity Women's Basketball

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1391 Varsity Soccer

    Instruction, practice and participation in the intercollegiate sports sponsored by the university.

  • PHED-1611 Beginning Tennis

    Instruction and practice in the fundamentals of tennis.

  • PHED-1621 Advanced Tennis

    Instruction and practice in advanced tennis skills.

  • PHED-1811 Basketball Fundamentals

    Instruction and practice in the fundamentals of basketball.

  • PHED-1821 Golf

    Instruction and practice in the fundamentals of golf.

  • PHED-1911 Badminton

    Instruction and practice in the fundamentals of badminton.

  • PHED-2213 Method Tching H & PE Elementary School

    A comprehensive study of the needs of elementary school children. Specific areas such as identifying and helping children with learning disabilities involving perceptual motor difficulties are studied. Actual laboratory work is involved where new activities and methods of teaching these activities are demonstrated and each student is a participant. The course also includes a study of concepts of teaching children with physical and mental disorders. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • PHED-2312 First Aid

    A study in the immediate care of persons involved in various types of emergencies. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-2321 Rhythm Aerobics II

    Continuation of Aerobics I with advanced material.

  • PHED-2412 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries

    A course designed for students planning to coach varsity sports. Topics include common injuries and types of treatment for which each coach must be prepared. Laboratory work is required. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • PHED-2511 Physical Fitness and Wellness

    Planning and participation in effective lifetime fitness programs, including activity participation. This is an activity course.

  • PHED-2512 Wellness Concepts

    This course is designed to promote lifetime fitness and wellness. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-2612 Sports Officiating

    Instruction and practical experience in officiating various sports, including basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, and football. This course Is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • PHED-2702 Sports Lab I

    Instruction and practice in the activities of golf, soccer, and football. This course is normally offered in the fall semester. This is an activity course.

  • PHED-2712 Sports Lab II

    Instruction and practice in the activities of badminton, volleyball, and tennis. This course is normally offered in the spring semester. This is an activity course.

  • PHED-2722 Sports Lab IIi

    Instruction and practice in the activities of basketball, softball, and weight training. This course is normally offered in the fall semester. This is an activity course.

  • PHED-3113 Kinesiology

    Involves the study of human movement. Many forms of movement are analyzed and correlated with scientific principles of coaching various activities. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-3232 Theory of Coaching Basketball

    The study of coaching principles in basketball. Practical applications such as hiring officials, pre-game situations and personnel problems are studied. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • PHED-3233 Theory of Coaching Basketball

    Discussion of both defense and offense. Practical applications such as hiring officials, pre-game situations and personnel problems are studied. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-3242 Theory of Coaching Volleyball

    The study of coaching principles in volleyball. Techniques in proper officiating as well as rules are discussed. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • PHED-3252 Theory of Coaching Baseball and Softball

    The study of coaching principles baseball and softball. Pre-season and in-season drills are studied. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-3262 Theory of Coaching Track and Field

    The study of coaching principles in track and field events. Practical study involving the organization and administration of track meets is included. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-3272 Theory of Coaching Tennis & Golf

    The study of coaching principles in tennis and golf. A practical study in blending individuals into a team and the techniques of each sport. This course Is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • PHED-3282 Theory of Coaching Soccer

    The study of coaching principles in soccer. Offensive and defensive fundamentals will be studied. This course Is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-3293 Coaching Ethics and Sports Psychology

    The study of current trends in coaching ethics and sport psychology. Best practices in each of these topics will be studied. This course Is normally offered in the spring.

  • PHED-3313 Test&Measurement in PE

    A study of various measuring or evaluating tools, reasons for evaluating, individual evaluations, educational statistics, etc. This course is designed to give the student better insight in reading research data involving statistical analysis. The course is essential for those students in physical education planning to do graduate study. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-4113 Organization of Sport Wellness and Recreation Management

    A study of the organization and administration of physical education and athletic programs in the public schools. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • PHED-4123 Recreation Leadership and Youth Sports

    A study of leadership qualities needed in the organization and administration of various types of recreational programs. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-4211 Activity Practicum I

    Open to physical education majors who are juniors or seniors. The departmental chair must approve enrollment in this class and will assign students to assist in an activity class or related area. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • PHED-4213 Organ & Admin of Intramurals

    A study of the development of intramural sports in this country and the current theories and practices used by intramural programs throughout the nation. Field experience in organizing and administering an intramural program is included. This course normally offered in the spring semester of even numbered years.

  • PHED-4311 Activity Practicum II

    Open to physical education majors who are juniors or seniors. As in 4211, the departmental chair must approve enrollment in this course, as assignments will be made for each student to assist or supervise activities. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-4313 Physical Educ for the Exceptional Child

    A study of various types of programs in physical education for the mentally retarded, physically disabled, learning disabled and emotionally disturbed. Lab work is required. This course is normally offered fall semester of even numbered years. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-4323 Physiology of Sport and Exercise

    The study of scienctific principles of coaching athletes and teaching physical education classes. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • PHED-4411 Teaching the Disabled Child

    This class allows students to work with physically and mentally disabled students. All work is done within a lab setting involving physical education and recreation skills. This course is normally offered every semester. This is an activity course.

  • PHED-4413 Methods Teaching Health & Pe in Sec Sch

    Methods and materials of planning and conducting physical education activities at the middle and high school levels. This course satisfies the professional education requirement, but B.S.E. students should enroll in it as EDUC-4413. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • PHED-4513 Recreational Activities for the Disabled

    A study consisting of practical experiences in working with the disabled in movement and recreational activities on the OC campus. This course is normally offered in the fall.

  • PHED-4613 Capstone Skills

    This course gives the senior Sports Wellness and Recreation Management major a 42-hour practicum in the field. This course is normally offered every semester.

  • PHED-4900 Independent Study in Physical Education

    Varies from actual laboratory work to specific contract assignments in various sports activities. A physical education major may take this course when the departmental chair feels it may be fitted to the student-s needs and interests. This course is offered as needed.

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