PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PHED)
104 Aerobics (0-2-2). General activity course designed to provide a fitness program that offers complete and effective conditioning. A combination of exercise, weightlifting, and dancing. Eligible General Studies activity course.
106 Tennis and Racquetball (0-2-2). General activity course designed for the student who is interested in achieving success in the proper skills of tennis and racquetball. Eligible General Studies activity course.
108 Swimming Mechanics and Water Safety (0-2-2). General activity course designed for the student to acquire essential competencies to become secure in and on the water. Includes: stroke mechanics, elementary forms of rescue and water safety procedures. Eligible General Studies activity course.
212 Fundamentals of Officiating (3-0-3). A theory and practical work class designed to enable the student to be a competent official in recreational activities.
215 Aquatics (1-1-2). Provides the knowledge and skill essential to become a competent aquatics worker: lifeguard, swimming teacher, and swimming coach. A Lifesaving Certificate will be awarded to those who successfully fulfill Red Cross Lifesaving course requirements. PR: Basic swimming competency sufficient to pass a departmental pre-assessment.
261 Strength Training I (1-2-2). A strength development class with primary considerations given to providing the proper information so that the student will be capable of organizing a functional and efficient strength training program. Eligible General Studies activity course.
333 Physical Education in K-6 Grades (2-2-2). Emphasizes concepts, principles, materials and activities that should be incorporated in a physical education program in the early and middle grades. Required of all early and middle grade education students. and includes field experiences in a public school setting. PR: Admission to Teacher Education.