2004 - 2005 Catalog

Course Descriptions

INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS

PE 28A
INTRODUCTION INTERCOLLEGIATE SOFTBALL(2)

Class Hours:  10 Laboratory Prerequisite:  Medical approval from a licensed physician.

Physical Education 28A is designed to provide an introduction to competition in softball at the community college level. (AA, CSU, UC)

PE 28B      
INTERMEDIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE SOFTBALL(2)

Class Hours: 10 Laboratory Prerequisite:  PE 28A or equivalent. Medical approval from a licensed physician.

Physical Education 28B is designed to provide for competition in softball at the community college level for students with previous playing experience. (AA, CSU, UC)

PE 29A      
INTRODUCTORY INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL(2)

Class Hours:  10 Laboratory Prerequisite:  Medical approval from a licensed physician.

Physical Education 29A is designed to provide competition in volleyball at the community  college level.  This course is for the first participation at this level.  Intercollegiate volleyball will develop intermediate and advanced techniques and knowledge with an emphasis on the individual as well as team  skills involved in the game. (AA,CSU,UC)

PE 29B      
INTERMEDIATE  INTERCOLLEGIATE
VOLLEYBALL(2)

Class Hours:  10 Laboratory  Prerequisite:  PE 29A; Medical approval from a licensed physician.

Physical Education 29B is designed to provide competition in volleyball at the community college level.  This course is for the second and final participation at this level.  Intercollegiate volleyball will develop advanced techniques and knowledge with an emphasis on the highly technical skills involved in multiple offenses and defenses.  (AA,CSU,UC)

PE 31
INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL
( 1 )

Class Hours: 10 Laboratory Prerequisite:  Medical approval from a licensed physician.  Physical Education 31 is designed to provide competition in basketball at the community college level. May be taken four times for credit. (AA, CSU, UC)

PE 33        
INTERCOLLEGIATE FOOTBALL(2)

Class Hours:  10 Laboratory Prerequisite:  Medical approval from a licensed physician.

Physical Education 33 provides the opportunity for students to further their football skills and utilize them in a competitive sport, competing with other colleges. May be taken two times for credit. (AA,CSU,UC)

PE 35
WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER(2)

Class Hours:  10 Laboratory Prerequisite:  Medical approval from a licensed physician

Physical Education 35 provides competition in women's soccer at the community college level. Intercollegiate soccer will emphasize and develop individual and team skills through the use of intermediate and advanced techniques and knowledge. May be taken two times for credit. (AA,CSU,UC)

PE 36
MEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER(2)

Class Hours:  10 Laboratory Prerequisite:  Medical approval from a licensed physician.

Physical Education 36 provides competition in men's soccer at the community college level. Intercollegiate soccer will emphasize and develop individual and team skills through the use of intermediate and advanced techniques and knowledge.  May be taken two times for credit. (AA,CSU,UC)

PE 37
INTERCOLLEGIATE BASEBALL(2)

Class Hours:  10 Laboratory Prerequisite:  Medical approval from a licensed physician.

Physical Education 37 provides competition in baseball at the community college level. Intercollegiate baseball will emphasize and develop individual and team skills through the use of intermediate and advanced techniques and knowledge.  May be taken two times for credit. (AA, CSU, UC)

PE 39
WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE SWIMMING/DIVING(2)

Class Hours:  10 Laboratory Prerequisite:  Medical approval from a licensed physician.

Physical Education 39 provides competition in women's swimming or diving at the community college level. Intercollegiate swimming/diving will emphasize and develop individual and team skills through instruction, training and competition.  May be taken two times for credit. (AA,CSU,UC)

PE 42
WOMEN'S INTERCOLLEGIATE TENNIS(2)

Class Hours:  10 Laboratory Prerequisite:  Medical approval from a licensed  physician.

Physical Education 42 provides competition in women's tennis at the community college level. Intercollegiate tennis will emphasize and develop individual and team skills through  instruction, training and competition. May be taken two times for credit. (AA, CSU, UC)

PE 59A
INTRODUCTION TO INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS MANAGER (2)

Class Hours:  6 Laboratory

Physical Education 59A is designed to provide introductory training in handling athletic equipment, training, techniques and preparing for athletic team practice and contests. (AA)

PE 59B
ELEMENTARY INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS MANAGER(2)

Class Hours:  6 Laboratory Prerequisite:  PE 59A

Physical Education 59B is designed to provide continued training in handling athletic equipment, training techniques, and preparing or athletic team practice and contests. This course is for students with limited experience in being a sports manager. (AA)

PE 59C      
INTERMEDIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS MANAGER(2)

Prerequisite:  PE 59B

Physical Education 59C is designed to provide additional experience in handling athletic equipment, training techniques, and preparing for athletic team practice and contests. (AA)

PE 59D      
ADVANCED INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS MANAGER(2)

Prerequisite:  PE 59C

Physical Education 59D is designed to provide advanced experience in handling athletic equipment, training techniques, and preparing for athletic team practice and contests. This course is for students with extensive experience as sports managers. (AA)

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