Professional Physical Education (PEP)

208. Teaching Fitness Concepts. (3)


222. Target Activities. (1)


223. Invasion Games. (1)


225. Net Games. (1)


226. Lifetime Pursuits. (1)


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


228. Outdoor Pursuits. (1)


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


239. Dance. (1)


245. Professional Laboratory Experience in Physical Education. (3)


250. Physical Education Skills and Content Knowledge I. (3)


251. Physical Education Skills and Content Knowledge II. (3)


273. Introduction to Athletic Training. (3)


277. Kinesiology. (3)


284. Athletic Training Observation Lab. (3)


285. Athletic Training Clinical I. (3)


286. Evaluation of Athletic Injuries-Extremities. (3)


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


288. Motor Learning and Performance. (3)


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


293. Topics. (1-3, no limit Δ)


301. Physical Education in Secondary Schools. (3)


305. Teaching Exercise. (3)


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


326L. Fundamentals of Exercise Physiology. (3)


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


374. Therapeutic Modalities. (3)


375. Pharmacology in Athletic Training. (3)


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


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


410. Assessment in Physical Education. (3)


430. Classroom/Behavior Management in Physical Education. (3)


444. Teaching and Learning in Physical Education. (3)


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


465. Theory of Basketball. (3)


466. Adapted Physical Education. (3)


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


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


470 / 502. Designs for Fitness. (4)


471. Exercise and Disease Prevention. (3)


473. Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries. (3)


474. Athletic Training Administration. (3)


475 / 503. EKG Interpretation. (3)


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


478 / 579. Sports Physiology. (3)


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


480 / 582. Principles of Coaching. (3)


481. Athletic Training Clinical II. (3)


483. Athletic Training Clinical III. (3)


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


488. Athletic Training Clinical IV. (3)


489. Research in Athletic Training. (3)


490. Topics in Athletic Training. (3)


493 / 593. Topics. (1-3, no limit Δ)


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


500. Exercise Science Seminar. (1)


501. Advanced Exercise Physiology. (3)


502 / 470. Designs for Fitness. (4)


503 / 475. EKG Interpretation. (3)


507. Research Design in HPER. (3)


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


509. Media and Public Relations in HPER. (3)


510. Curriculum Construction in Physical Education. (3)


516. Seminar in Physical Education. (3)


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


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


527. Metabolic Considerations of Exercise Science. (3)


528. Neuromuscular Basis of Human Performance. (3)


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


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


532. Body Composition. (3)


539. Introduction to Sport Administration. (3)


540. Sport Sociology. (3)


541. Ethics in Sport and Fitness. (3)


544. Physiology of Resistance Training. (3)


545. Sport Leadership. (3)


547. Sport Marketing and Promotions. (3)


548. Financing Sport. (3)


549. Administration of Sport Personnel. (3)


550. Governance of Intercollegiate Athletics. (3)


561. Risk Management in Sport. (3)


562. Exercise in Extreme Environment. (3)


566. Legal Aspects of Sport. (3)


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


572. Issues and Methods in Elementary Physical Education. (3)


573. Critical Issues in Secondary Physical Education. (3)


575. Sport Facilities Planning and Construction. (3)


576. Sport Event Management. (3)


579 / 478. Sports Physiology. (3)


581. Administration of Interscholastic Athletics. (3)


582 / 480. Principles of Coaching. (3)


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


588. Sport Psychology I. (3)


589. Sport Psychology II. (3)


590. Supervision of Physical Education Programs. (3)


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


593 / 493. Topics. (1-3, no limit Δ)


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


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


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


604. Dissertation Seminar. (3)


612. Organizational Theory in Sport. (3)


614. Sport Consumer Behavior. (3)


618. Seminar in Sport Research. (3)


625. Writing for Professional Publication. (3)


627. Seminar in Applied Physiology. (3)


628. Cellular and Molecular Considerations of Exercise Science. (3)


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


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


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


699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)


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