Professional Physical Education

Gloria Napper-Owen, Department Chairperson
Department of Health, Exercise and Sports Sciences
Professional Physical Education
Johnson Center 1155
MSC04 2610
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
(505) 277-5151, FAX )505) 277-6227
Email: napperow@unm.edu

Professor
Todd Seidler, Ph.D., University of New Mexico

Associate Professors
Joy Griffin, Ph.D., Brigham Young University
Len Kravitz, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Gloria Napper-Owen, Ed.D., University of Northern Colorado
Susanne Schneider, Ph.D., St. Louis University
David Scott, Ed.D., University of Northern Colorado

Assistant Professors
John Barnes, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Annie Clement, Ph.D., University of Iowa
Ann Gibson, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Glenn F. Hushman, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Russell Mitchell, M.S., Southern Illinois University
Catherine A. Tingstrom, Ph.D., University of New Mexico

Adjunct Faculty and Staff
Richard Leuker, M.D., University of Colorado, Denver
Jack Loeppky, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Terry McIntrye, MBA, Regis University, School of Professional Studies
Cristine Mermier, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Robert Scales, Ph.D., University of New Mexico

Assistant Research Professor
Virginia Wilmerding, Ph.D., University of New Mexico

Lecturer
Susan McGowen, Ph.D.,EMT, ATC, LAT, University of New Mexico
Alfredo Martinez, Ph.D., University of New Mexico

Student Information Contact
Margie Chavez, Johnson Center, 277-5151
Carol Catania, Johnson Center, 277-5152


Majors and Degrees

Teaching Major
Physical Education–B.S.Ed., K–12th grades license, 7–12th grades Secondary Education License

Non-Teaching Majors
Athletic Training–B.S.
Exercise Science–B.S.

Minor
Athletic Coaching

Endorsement Teaching Field
Physical Education


Courses

PEP 208. Teaching Fitness Concepts. (2)



PEP 222. Target Activities. (1)



PEP 223. Invasion Games. (1)



PEP 225. Net Games. (1)



PEP 226. Lifetime Pursuits. (1)



PEP 227. Elementary Rhythms, Aerobic Dance, Yoga. (1)



PEP 228. Outdoor Pursuits. (1)



PEP 234. Track and Field/Cooperative Games. (1)



PEP 239. Dance . (1)



PEP 245. Professional Laboratory Experience in Physical Education. (2 to a maximum of 8 Δ)



PEP 273. Introduction to Athletic Training. (3)



PEP 277. Kinesiology. (3)



PEP 284. Athletic Training Observation Lab. (3)



PEP 285. Athletic Training Clinical I. (3)



PEP 286. Evaluation of Athletic Injuries–Extremities. (3)



PEP 287. Evaluation of Athletic Injuries–Trunk/Torso. (3)



PEP 288. Motor Learning and Performance. (3)



PEP 289. Tests and Measurements in Physical Education. (3)



PEP 293. Topics. (1-3, no limit Δ)



PEP 301. Teaching of Team Sports. (2)



PEP 305. Teaching Group Exercise. (3)



PEP 319. Physical Education in the Elementary School. (3)



PEP 326L. Fundamentals of Exercise Physiology. (3)



PEP 373. General Medical Conditions in Athletic Training. (3)



PEP 374. Therapeutic Modalities. (3)



PEP 375. Pharmacology in Athletic Training. (3)



PEP 391 / 591 / 691. Problems. (1-3, no limit Δ)



PEP 400. Student Teaching in the Elementary School. (6)



PEP 410. Assessment in Physical Education. (3)



PEP 426 / 501. Intermediate Exercise Physiology. (3)



PEP 430. Classroom/Behavior Management in Physical Education. (2)



PEP 444. Teaching of Physical Education I. (3)



PEP 461. Student Teaching in the Secondary Schools. (6)



PEP 465. Theory of Basketball. (3)



PEP 466. Adapted Physical Education. (3)



PEP 467 / 529. Physical Disabilities and Causes. (3)



PEP 469. Management Concepts in Sport and Fitness Settings. (3)



PEP 470 / 502. Designs for Fitness. (3)



PEP 471. Exercise and Disease Prevention. (3)



PEP 473. Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries. (3)



PEP 474. Athletic Training Administration. (3)



PEP 475 / 503. EKG Interpretation. (3)



PEP 476 / 508. Exercise Testing and Interpretation. (3)



PEP 478 / 579. Sports Physiology. (3)



PEP 479. Organization and Administration of Physical Education. (3)



PEP 480 / 582. Principles of Coaching. (3)



PEP 481. Athletic Training Clinical II. (3)



PEP 483. Athletic Training Clinical III. (3)



PEP 485 / 585. Diversity in Sport and Physical Activity . (3)



PEP 487 / 587. Physical Activity and Aging. (3)



PEP 488. Athletic Training Clinical IV. (3)



PEP 493 / 593. Topics. (1-3, no limit Δ)



PEP 495. Practicum. (3-6 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



PEP 500. Exercise Science Seminar. (1)



PEP 501 / 426. Intermediate Exercise Physiology. (3)



PEP 502 / 470. Designs for Fitness. (3)



PEP 503 / 475. EKG Interpretation. (3)



PEP 507. Research Design in HPER. (3)



PEP 508 / 476. Exercise Testing and Interpretation. (3)



PEP 509. Media/Public Relations in HPER. (3)



PEP 510. Curriculum Construction in Physical Education. (3)



PEP 516. Seminar in Physical Education. (3)



PEP 521. Motor Learning for Individuals with Disabilities. (3)



PEP 526. Motor Assessment for Individuals with Disabilities. (3)



PEP 528. Neuromuscular Basis of Human Performance. (3)



PEP 529 / 467. Physical Disabilities and Causes. (3)



PEP 530. Laboratory Procedures and Instrumentation in Applied Physiology. (3)



PEP 532. Body Composition. (3)



PEP 535. Exercise Biochemistry. (3)



PEP 536. Exercise Biochemistry Laboratory. (3)



PEP 539. Introduction to Sport Administration. (3)



PEP 540. Sport Sociology. (3)



PEP 541. Ethics in Sport and Fitness. (3)



PEP 545. Sport Leadership. (3)



PEP 547. Sport Marketing and Promotions. (3)



PEP 548. Financing Sport. (3)



PEP 549. Administration of Sport Personnel. (3)



PEP 550. Governance of Intercollegiate Athletics. (3)



PEP 561. Risk Management in Sport. (3)



PEP 562. Exercise in Extreme Environment. (3)



PEP 566 . Legal Aspects of Sport. (3)



PEP 570. The Analysis of Teaching Physical Education. (3)



PEP 571. Concepts Teaching in Physical Education. (3)



PEP 572. Critical Issues in Elementary Physical Education. (3)



PEP 575. Sport Facilities Planning and Construction. (3)



PEP 576. Sport Event Management. (3)



PEP 579 / 478. Sports Physiology. (3)



PEP 581. Administration of Interscholastic Athletics. (3)



PEP 582 / 480. Principles of Coaching. (3)



PEP 585 / 485. Diversity in Sport and Physical Activity . (3)



PEP 587 / 487. Physical Activity and Aging. (3)



PEP 588. Sport Psychology I. (3)



PEP 589. Sport Psychology II. (3)



PEP 590. Supervision of Physical Education Programs. (3)



PEP 591 / 391 / 691. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



PEP 593 / 493. Topics. (1-3, no limit Δ)



PEP 595. Advanced Field Experiences. (3-6, no limit Δ)



PEP 598. Directed Readings in Physical Education. (3-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



PEP 599. Master’s Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



PEP 604. Research Seminar. (3)



PEP 612. Organizational Theory in Sport. (3)



PEP 614. Sport Consumer Behavior. (3)



PEP 618. Seminar in Sport Research. (3)



PEP 625. Writing for Professional Publication. (3)



PEP 627. Seminar in Applied Physiology. (3)



PEP 691 / 391 / 591. Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



PEP 695. Advanced Field Experiences. (3-6 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



PEP 696. Internship. (3-6 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



PEP 698. Directed Readings in Physical Education. (3-6 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



PEP 699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)



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