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PE 102 Basic Rhythms (1/2 - 1 1/2) 2 hrs.

This course provides the opportunity to experience and learn dance steps and movement patterns for such types of dances as Ballroom Dancing, Line Dancing, Folk Dancing and Square Dancing and practice dances such as: Foxtrot, Waltz, Cha Cha, Tango, Rumba, and the Polka. Folk dances such as: Hora, Troika, Greensleeves, and many popular line dances. You will learn to identify musical beats and rhythms appropriate for each dance. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 103 Introduction to Martial Arts-Judo I (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This is an introductory course which is ideal for first-time martial arts students interested in learning about various training styles. There is a special emphasis on falling techniques as a gateway skill for Kodokan Judo training. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 105 Ice Skating (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is designed for beginner-advanced ice skaters. Instructional emphasis will be placed on safely learning the life-long activity of ice skating. Students will be introduced to aspects of basic use and care of equipment and safety implications. Students may use their own skates or can rent skates at the rink. Additional fee is required. The rink is located at an off-cmapus site. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 106 Bowling ( 1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This co-educational activity includes instruction in the fundamental skills, rules, and etiquette that govern the activity. An additional fee is required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 107 Golf (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This co-educational activity includes instruction in the fundamental skills, rules, and etiquette that govern the activity. An additional fee is required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 108 Badminton (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This co-educational activity includes instruction in the fundamental skills, rules, history and etiquette that govern badminton. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 110 Physical Conditioning (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

A blend of aerobic activity and weight training designed to improve one's overall fitness level and encourage participation in physical fitness activities for a lifetime. Fitness testing, discussions/lecture, and individualized, workouts will be incorporated throughout the semester. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 112 Yoga for Beginners (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

Yoga for Beginners teaches basic postures and breathing exercises that derive from ancient India. Students are encouraged to develop a greater body-mind alliance, which is often not addressed in our culture. The combination of relaxation, general body toning, flexibility, and meditation gives the student an awareness of their enhanced human potential. Concepts of yoga philosophy are discussed, which provides the basis for the practice of these techniques. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 113 Techniques of Angling (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course introduces the student to fishing in the Finger Lakes area. The course will include laws and regulations, terminology, techniques, and equipment. The course will include scheduled field trips. Additional fee is required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 114 Karate (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

An introductory course introducing the student to the fundamentals of Karate in all its aspects. Emphasis is placed on the physical and mental sides of training, physical fitness, self discipline, concentration, and meditation. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 115 Tennis (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This co-educational activity includes instruction in the fundamental skills, techniques and rules that govern the life-time activity of tennis. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 116 Racquetball (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

Racquetball is designed to offer the student introduction to the lifetime sport of racquetball. The course will include terminology, skills and techniques used in the sport. Additional fee required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 117 Basic Weight Training (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course will explore basic techniques of weight training, focusing on the various exercises applied in a weight training program, demonstration of proper technique, and development of an overview of a comprehensive training program. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 118 Skiing/Snowboarding I (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This is a beginning skiing/snowboarding course. This course covers techniques, skills and practice drills designed to improve your skiing/snowboarding ability. Discussion and instruction will encompass the latest equipment, safety and etiquette on the slopes. Time will be provided for practice and review of skills learned in class. An additional fee is required. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 119 Skiing /Snowboarding II (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This is an intermediate skiing/snowboarding course, a continuation of Skiing/Snowboarding I. This course covers advanced techniques, skills and practice drills designed to improve your skiing/snowboarding ability. Discussion and instruction will encompass the latest equipment, safety and etiquette on the slopes. Time will be provided for practice and review of skills learned in class. An additional fee is required. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 120 Cross-Country Skiing (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is designed to introduce the recreational activity of cross country skiing. It will not be a challenge for someone already an accomplished skier. It will include an introduction to the basic movement, skills, concepts, and familiarize the student with available area trails. All cross country ski equipment will be provided by FLCC. At the option of the class, travel by personal transportation to locations non-adjacent to the college may be undertaken. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 121 Walk and Jog (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is designed for students of any fitness level who are interested in improving their general physical condition. This course will help the student to increase his/her cardiovascular endurance and promote weight loss through walking or jogging. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 122 Concepts of Wellness (1-1) 2 hrs.

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the concepts of wellness and how these concepts can be incorporated into their lives. This course will guide the student to the understanding that wellness is not a static condition but rather a continual balance of the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual aspects of human need. The course will also provide students with the skill to improve their quality of life and lead them to a higher state of well-being and optimal health. Exercise is a regular part of the class. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 123 Spinning (1/2- 1 1/2) 1hr.

Spinning is a cardiovascular workout that uses a specialized stationary bicycle which stimulates real cycling conditions. This comprehensive program is totally non-competitive, allowing newcomers and athletes to reach their prospective fitness goals. Additional fee is required. The class is offered at an off-campus site. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 124 Criminal Justice Physical Conditioning (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1hr.

The course is intended to provide criminal justice students the opportunity to prepare for fitness tests used in the selection of entry level police officers. Fitness testing and training for standardized fitness levels that include Sit-ups, Push-ups and a 1.5 mile run will be the focus of the class. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 125 Lifetime Fitness & Nutrition (1-0) 1 hr.

This course is focused on the relationship of nutrition and physical activity to promote and achieve overall lifetime fitness. The student will explore and learn to apply concepts of nutrition, body composition, weight management, cardiorespiratory endurance and flexibility to develop a personal comprehensive fitness plan for life. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 126 Cardio Kickbox for Women (1/2-1 1/2) 1hr.

Cardio Kickbox for Women is a martial arts class for women that combines self-defense techniques and aerobic exercise. Instruction will include self-defense techniques to defend against chokes, grabs and ground defense. Conditioning exercises to enhance strength and flexibility will include various kicks and boxing drills that are choreographed to music. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 136 Introduction to Adventure Learning (0.5-1.5) 1 Hr.

This course is an Adventure Education based program designed to provide participants an opportunity to acquire and to practice essential life skills while building self-esteem through teambuilding, cooperative games, and a low ropes challenge course. Students will learn to solve problems, make decisions, set goals, and develop communication skills in an atmosphere that is both physically and mentally challenging. Two classes will consist of individual and group teambuilding activities, cooperative games, and safety and spotting techniques and will meet on FLCC’s main campus. The third meeting will be the class’s culminating event which will consist of a 2-day/1-overnight camping experience at the Low Ropes Challenge Course located on FLCC’s East Hill Campus in Naples, New York. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 140 Beginning Swimming (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is designed for the student who is a non-swimmer or does not demonstrate proficiency in the water. It will include instruction in basic areas of water safety, rescue techniques, and basic swimming strokes. The general Red Cross swimming program will be followed. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 141 Scuba (1/2 - 1 1/2) 2 hrs.

This is the entry-level recreational scuba diving course for students with advanced swimming skills that addresses the Academic and Confined Water requirements for Open Water Certification. The Academic lectures and examinations will provide illustration of basic theory and knowledge necessary for Scuba diving. The Confined Water (Pool) portion applies the practical experience of skill building and demonstration. Open Water Certification is encouraged but not included. Internationally recognized PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) Certification testing with the instructor may be arranged during the period of the course. Additional fee required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 150 Beginning Camping (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is designed to provide basic fundamentals of camping. Strong emphasis will be placed on the appropriate relationship between man and his natural environment. A half-day trip, an organizational meeting and a three-day trip are required. A minimal fee is required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 151 Canoe & Kayak Paddling Experiences (1/2-1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course allows both the novice and the experienced paddler a chance to learn and perfect canoe and/or kayak paddling techniques. Included in this course are steering methods, boating safety, selecting and caring for equipment, choosing appropriate bodies of water and enjoying paddling as a recreational activity. The college will furnish equipment. This course is designed to introduce students to canoe and kayak information and techniques through lecture and experience gained through several half to full day outings. Safety, trip planning, and mastering correct paddling techniques will be discussed. An appreciation for the natural environment and a lifetime of physical activity are stressed throughout the course. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 162 T'ai Chi Chuan I (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is an ancient health exercise system and martial art. It combines circular movements with coordinated breathing to promote blood circulation, muscle and joint action, and stimulation of the nervous system. Tai Chi is called meditation in motion. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 163 T'ai Chi Chuan II (1/2-1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is an ancient health exercise system and martial art. It combines circular movements with coordinated breathing to promote blood circulation, muscle and joint action and stimulation of the nervous system. Tai Chi is called meditation in motion. This advanced course refines form and incorporates the martial application of each posture. Prerequisite: PE 162. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 164 Stress Reduction Through Exercise (1/2 - 1 1/2) 2 hrs.

This course will explore the many ways that stress affects us both physically and emotionally. Stress management techniques taught include meditation, progressive relaxation, autogenics and others. Exercise is a regular part of each class. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 165 Oriental Healing Arts (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is designed to introduce an alternative health practice through Qi Gong (energy circulation) training. These techniques promote general health by teaching the student to cultivate energy and create a state of balance in the body. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 166 Biofield Therapy (1/2-1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course teaches external healing techniques based upon the theory of the human energy field. Students will learn to re-pattern and balance this energy to facilitate healing in each other’s bodies, as well as their own. A stronger emphasis is on Therapeutic Touch, which is the most research-based of the Biofield therapies. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 167 Aerobics (1/2-1 1/2) 1 hr.

Aerobics is a form of cardiovascular exercise that may use an elevated platform (step), exercise routines and movement patterns that are performed to music. This class is designed for beginners and no prior exercise experience is necessary. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 168 Zumba (1/2-1 1/2) 1 hr.

Zumba is a dance-fitness class that combines fast and slow rhythms from Latin and international music. The class adheres to a specific interval pacing formula, maximizing caloric output and body toning using easy steps and high energy music. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 171 Recreational Shooting (2-0) 2 hrs.

This is a basic course in the recreational use of guns and firearms. The requisites for this course are not limited and usually follow a natural interest in the use of firearms/guns for recreational purposes which may include plinking, competitive shooting, collecting, American history, self preservation and hunting. This course offers a broad background in the safe handling, understanding the mechanical functioning, laws and ethics related to ownership, supreme court decisions and case law, political ramifications, criminal impact activity, and hands-on validation. An additional fee is required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 172 Hunting Fundamentals (2-1) 2 hrs.

This is a ten-week student participation course designed to develop an understanding of hunting safety, techniques, and ethics. Topics include: identification and safe handling of hunting implements, hunter responsibility, personal preparedness, and wildlife harvest techniques. Emphasis is placed on important game species of New York. A Saturday field class will be scheduled. The successful completion of the course will qualify the student to take the New York State Hunter Education exam. Enrollment into this course will be by permission of instructor only. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 181 Mime (3-0) 3 hrs.

This is a basic course focusing on the study and application of various techniques of the art of Mime. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 185 Fencing (1/2-1 1/2) 1 hr.

A beginning course in Fencing with emphasis on the history of the sport, as well as introducing the student to basic foil techniques such as footwork, offensive and defensive maneuvers, and limited bouting. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 190 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (3-0) 3 hrs.

Focuses on the fundamental knowledge associated with preventing / caring for injuries that occur during physical activity and athletic participation. Topics include injury evaluation, first aid / emergency care, and injury rehabilitation, as well as preventative measures including the use of protective equipment, physical conditioning, and proper nutrition. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 202 Creative Dance (1/2 - 1 1/2) 2 hrs.

This form of dance allows for the expression of ideas and feelings through the medium of human movement. The course provides an opportunity for self-expression and creativity through discussion and performance of basic elements of dance. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 203 Advanced Martial Arts (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

An advanced martial arts class that features rigorous standards of class participation, etiquette and discipline. In addition to advanced martial arts training, class participants will be part of a martial arts demonstration team. Additional fee is required. Current enrollment or completion of any martial arts class required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 204 Instructional Methods for Soccer (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is designed for Physical Education majors, coaches, or students interested in pursuing teaching as a profession. The course includes instruction in the fundamental skills and rules of the sport of Soccer. Emphasis will be placed on the instructional techniques and methodology to prepare the student to teach or coach Soccer. Prerequisite: PE 275. Students in an Education or related majors may also benefit from this class but are not required to complete PE 275. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 205 Instructional Methods for Tennis (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is designed for Physical Education majors, coaches, or students interested in pursuing a teaching profession. The course includes instruction in the fundamental skills and rules of the sport of Tennis. Emphasis will be placed on the instructional techniques and methodology in order to help prepare the student to instruct or coach Tennis. Prerequisite: PE 275. Students in an Education or related majors may also benefit from this class but are not required to complete PE 275. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 206 Instructional Methods of Physical Fitness (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

This course is designed for Physical Education majors, coaches or students interested in pursuing a teaching profession. The course includes instruction for maintaining a healthy lifestyle and understanding the components of fitness. Emphasis will be placed on instructional techniques and methodology in order to help prepare the student to instruct concepts of physical fitness. Prerequisite: PE 275. Students in an Education or related majors may also benefit from this class but are not required to complete PE 275. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 210 Defensive Tactics (1/2 - 1 1/2) 2 hrs.

This course is designed to provide training in the many aspects of self-defense. Course includes both aggressive and non-aggressive techniques. Course is geared to both Criminal Justice and general student population. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 212 Health (3-0) 3 hrs.

Focuses on lifestyle factors and their relationships to well-being, behaviors, and disease. Health content areas, defined by NYS Education Department, are explored. Topics include: drug use and abuse, nutrition, personal and community health, safety education (identifying dangerous environments, prevention child abduction, fire and arson), communication skills for productive relationships (i.e. conflict resolution), identifying and reporting suspected child abuse/maltreatment, and Safe Schools Against Violence in Education Legislation Certification. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 213 CPR and AED for Adult, Child and Infant (1/2-1 1/2) 1 hr.

The student will be prepared to deal with breathing and cardiac emergencies, and become proficient in the application and use of the Automatic External Defibrillator. After successful completion of this course students are eligible to take a practical exam resulting in a certificate valid for two (2) years in CPR/AED for the Adult, Child and Infant. This course does not meet the PE 214 requirement and a student cannot receive credit for taking both PE 214 and PE 213. This course will not satisfy the PE 214 requirements for the AS Physical Education Studies program. Students will NOT receive credit for this course if enrolled in PE 214. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 214 Advanced First Aid, CPR and AED (3-0) 3 hrs.

This course will teach the student how to recognize an emergency and how to respond. The student will be prepared to make appropriate decisions regarding first aid care and how to provide care for injuries or sudden illness until professional medical help arrives. Upon completion of this course, student will be eligible for National Safety Council Certification in Advanced First Aid, CPR and AED. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 215 Standard First Aid (2-0) 1 hr.

This course teaches the basic First Aid skills in compliance with Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) standards covering immediate care procedures for injuries and common illness. After successful completion of this course students are eligible to take a practical exam resulting in a certificate valid for two (2) years in National Safety Council Standard First Aid. This course does not meet the PE 214 requirement and a student cannot receive credit for taking both PE 214 and PE 215. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 230 Philosophy, Principles, and Organization of Athletics in Education (3-0) 3 hrs.

Designed for the student who wishes to pursue a career in coaching in New York State elementary and secondary schools. Course covers philosophy and principles of athletics as integral parts of physical education and general education. Requirement for New York State coaching certification. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 231 Theory and Techniques of Coaching (2-0) 2 hrs.

Provides experience in techniques of coaching a specific sport. Designed for persons who are preparing to meet the New York State certification requirements to coach in public schools. Via an internship, students will get hands-on experience working with an area program specific to the sport they desire to coach. Prerequisite: PE 230. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 232 Health Sciences Applied to Coaching (3-0) 3 hrs.

Course designed for students who wish to pursue a career in coaching in New York State elementary and secondary schools. Selected principles of biology, human anatomy and physiology, psychology, and sociology related to coaching. This course also meets the requirements of Sport Safety Training, including Adult and Child CPR / AED, and First Aid. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 242 Lifeguarding (3-0) 3 hrs.

The purpose of this course is to provide entry level lifeguard candidates with the skills and knowledge to prevent, recognize and respond to emergencies, and to provide care for injuries and sudden illnesses until advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. Prerequisites: The student must at least 15 years of age and demonstrate basic swimming skills. An additional fee is required for Red Cross Certification. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 244 Water Safety Instructor (1-1) 2 hrs.

This advanced swimming course includes instruction in the fundamental aquatic skills, including the 6 levels of American Red Cross swimming and diving skills, Basic Water Rescue, and Learn to Swim Parent and Child Aquatics. Emphasis is placed on the instructional techniques and methodology to prepare students to teach aquatic skills and supervise aquatic facilities and programs. Prerequisites: Must be 17 years of age and demonstrate basic swimming skills. An additional fee is required for Red Cross certification. Prerequisites: Must be 17 years of age. An additional fee is required for Red Cross Certification. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 250 Wilderness Camping (1/2 - 1 1/2) 1 hr.

Designed to provide an enrichment of learning through the use of outdoor experiences. This advanced course will give the student an opportunity to better understand the ecological balance and to take part in a wilderness camping environment. A half-day trip, an organizational meeting, and a three-day trip are required. A minimal fee is required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 251 Advanced Wilderness Camping (2-0) 2 hrs.

This course is offered during the summer months. The week-long trip will offer the student an opportunity to better understand the ecological balance and take part in a wilderness camping environment. Additional fee is required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 260 Kinetics of Exercise & Sport (3-0) 3 hrs.

This course will allow students to study the biomechanical and kinesiological basis of movement in exercise and sport. Students will focus on the mechanical basis of movement to identify simple and complex motor skills. Students will identify the appropriate musculoskeletal and neurological components of the human anatomy and will explain how these work together to create skillful, coordinated movement during everyday activity, exercise / physical fitness, and sports participation. Students will also learn to identify deficiencies of these skillful, coordinated movements. Prerequisite: BIO 171 with a grade of 'C' or better. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 271 Recreational Shooting II (3-0) 3 hrs.

This course is an advanced shooting course and is designed to complement Recreational Shooting I. There is emphasis on anatomy (upper body dynamics), psychology, physiology, advanced shooting skills performance, coaching principles, and scientific instrumentation. There is increased hands-on performance related skills particularly as it relates to specific sport skills and how they are developed through progressive steps (mini/maxi goal setting). An additional fee is required. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 275 Instructional Practices of Physical Education (3-0) 3 hrs.

This is an introductory course in physical education teaching methodology. Students will observe, learn, and practice basic teaching skills in a college, K-12, and Adapted Physical Education setting. This course will include teaching experiences and observations, lesson plans, opportunities in Physical Education and basic certification requirements. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 290 Athletic Training Practicum I (1-2) 2 hrs

Laboratory participation for students will be accomplished under actual athletic training room conditions. Students will learn, practice, and apply athletic training techniques concentrating on the lower extremities. Prerequisites: BIO 110 with a grade of 'C' or better, Corequisite: BIO 171. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 291 Athletic Training Practicum II (1-2) 2 hrs.

Laboratory participation for students will be accomplished under actual athletic training room conditions. Students will learn, practice, and apply athletic training techniques concentrating on the upper extremities. Prerequisites: BIO 110 with a grade of 'C' or better, Corequisite: BIO 171. B View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 900 Baseball I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 901 Baseball II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 904 Softball I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 905 Softball II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 910 Men's Basketball I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 911 Men's Basketball II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 914 Women's Basketball I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 915 Women's Basketball II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 930 Men's Soccer I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 931 Men's Soccer II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 934 Women's Soccer I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 935 Women's Soccer II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 950 Woodsmen I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 951 Woodsmen II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 955 Men's and Women's Cross Country I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 956 Men's and Women's Cross Country II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 957 Men's and Women's Track and Field I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 958 Men's and Women's Track and Field II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 960 Men's Lacrosse I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 961 Men's Lacrosse II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 964 Women's Lacrosse I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 965 Women's Lacrosse II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. S View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 966 Women's Volleyball I 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


PE 967 Women's Volleyball II 1 hr.

Designed for the student who has athletic skills beyond the recreational level and desires to participate on an intercollegiate athletic team. Skills are refined and integrated into concepts of team play. Competitive opportunities within the conference and region are a part of this course. Permission of Instructor. F View Course SyllabusAdobe Acrobat, PDF


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