Department of Physical Education

Gary Gardner, Department Chair
Mark Bernsten, Claire Blakeley, Robert Christensen, Rick Dixon, Preston Haley, Ron Haun, Ed Larson, Clyde Nelson, Marie Parkinson, Joann Reeve, Jerry Schlegelmilch, Ferron Sonderegger, Dave Walker, John R. Zirker
Judith Hood, Secretary (208)356-2118

The Department of Physical Education is committed to serving a wide range of special interests for the general student body as well as faculty and staff. The well equipped Hart Physical Education Building includes three gymnasiums, four weight room with the very latest in weight training and fitness equipment, an Olympic size pool, and a dance studio.

Course work has been designed to assist the undergraduate planning to continue their four year education, students planning to transfer to another university to major in Physical Education, students who need to fill General Education requirements, and all who desire to participate in physical activities leading to fitness. The health and fitness portion of the general Education program is offered jointly with the Department of Health Science.

Classes for a Physical Education Minor will be offered Fall 2002.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

Associate in Arts and Sciences with a major in Men's Physical Education (095) Women's Physical Education (096)

Recommended sequence of courses:

First Semester
Religion                            2
General Education                   9
PE*C 205 Intramurals                2
Major Electives                     2-3
Total Credits                      15-16

Second Semester
Religion                            2
General Education                   9
PE*C 177 Fitness for Life           1
PE*C 350  Admin & Ethics            3
Major Electives                     2-3
Total Credits                      17-18

Third Semester
Religion                            2
General Education                   4
BIO 264 Anat  Phys I                4
HS 131 Per Health and Well          2
Major Electives                     2
Electives                           2
Total Credits                      16

Fourth Semester
Religion                            2
General Education                   4
BIO 265 Anat & Phys II              4
HS 222 Adv First Aid                3
Major Electives                     1
Electives                           2
Total Credits                      16
Students may complete the Health and Fitness Option of the GE requirement by taking PE 177 AND one other of the following PE lifetime sports classes: PE C 117, 123, 126, 128, 131, 133, 135, 195, or 147.

Required courses for PE majors include:

PE*C 177; PE*C 205; PE*C 350; HS 222, 131, BIO 264*, 265*.

*Note: Recommended courses (BIO 264, 265) also fill GE requirements.

Courses for Majors

Major Electives: You must complete minimum of six credit hours from the following:

Dance 170 Folk Dance Beg           1
Dance 172 Sq Dance Beg             1
Dance 180 Social Dance             1
PE-C 100 Aerobic Fitness           1
PE-C 101 Water Aerobics            1
PE-C 110 Fencing                   1
PE-C 117 Racquetball Beg           1
PE-C 118 Wallyball                 1
PE-C 119 Racquetball Int           1
PE-C 121 Softball                  1
PE-C 123 Badminton, Beg            1
PE-C 126 Archery Beg               1
PE-C 127 Archery Int               1
PE-C 128 Bowling Beg               1
PE-C 131 Golf                      1
PE-C 133 Tennis Beg                1
PE-C 134 Tennis Int                1
PE-C 135 Swim/AII Level            1
PE-C 140 Basketball Beg            1
PE-C 141 Basketball Int            1
PE-C 144 Volleyball Beg            1
PE-C 145 Volleyball Int            1
PE-C 147 Soccer Beg                1
PE-C 160 Swimming Beg              1
PE-C 161 Swimming Int              1
PE-C 173 Gymnastics                1
PE-C 174 Gymnastics Int            1
PE-C 178 Wt Training               1
PE-C 195 Skiing                    1
PE-C 206 Sports Officiating        1-2
PE-C 207 Sports Officiating        1-2
PE-C 264 Lifeguarding              3
PE-C 268 WSI                       3
PE-C 299 Prof Seminar              1-2

A maximum of two hours may be chosen from the following: 
PE*C 222 Var Track-Fld             1
PE*W 200 Var Volleyball            1
PE*W 202 Var Basketball            1
PE*W 204 Var Softball              1
PE*M 214 Var Wrestling             1
PE*M 242 Var Basketball            1
PE*M 255 Var Football              1
PE*M 257 Var Baseball              1
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Physical Education-Coed

PE-C 100 Aerobic Fitness(1:2:0)
A doctors physical is recommended
May be repeated for credit
PE Clothing Fee: $4
Combines exercise and dance to fit three individual fitness levels beginning, intermediate, advanced. Includes kick boxing.

PE-C 101 Water Aerobics(1:2:0)
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit
Exercise in water for all ability levels

PE-C 107 Basic Sports Medicine (2:2:0)
Through lecture, demonstration, and practice in a classroom setting, gain knowledge of treatment, therapy and prevention concepts of basic activity injuries.

PE-C 110 Fencing, Beginning(1:2:0)
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 117* Racquetball, Beginning(1:2:0) PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 118 Wallyball(1:2:0) PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 119 Racquetball, Intermediate(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: PE-C 117 or instructor's permission
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 121 Softball(1:4:0)
(Block)
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 123* Badminton(1:2:0)
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 126* Archery, Beginning(1:2:0)
(Students must furnish arrows/arm and hand guards; approximate cost is $25)
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 127 Archery, Intermediate(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: PE-C 126 or instructor's permission. (Students must furnish arrows/arm and hand guard: Approximate cost is $25)
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 128* Bowling, Beginning(1:2:0)
Bowling Fee: $24
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 131* Golf(1:2:0)
Golf Fee: $25
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 133* Tennis, Beginning(1:2:0)
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 134 Tennis, Intermediate(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: PE 133 or equivalent
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 135 Swim/All Levels(1:2:0)
Student may challenge for beginning, intermediate, advanced credit
PE Clothing Fee: $4

PE-C 139 Cardio Fitness (1:0:3-4)
Prerequisite: PE 177
Consists of four written assignments with no book required but access to a Fitness for Life text recommended. Prepare workout schedule and report workouts weekly.

PE-C 140 Basketball, Beginning(1:2:0)
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 141 Basketball, Intermediate(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: PE-C 140 or Must have played in High School
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 144 Volleyball, Beginning(1:2:0)
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 145 Volleyball, Intermediate (1:2:0)
Prerequisite: Offense & defense skills
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 147 Soccer, Beginning (1:4:0)
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 160 Swimming, Beginning(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: Non-swimmers only
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 161 Swimming, Intermediate(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: PE-C 160 or equivalent
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 162 Swimming, Advanced(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: PE-C 161 or equivalent
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 173 Gymnastics, Beginning (1:2:0) PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 174 Gymnastics, Intermediate(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: PE-C 173 or instructors permission
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 175* Adaptive Physical Education(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor for evaluation & treatment of existing physical therapy problems. Can replace PE-C 177 for General Education requirement
PE Clothing: 4$
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 177* Fitness for Living(1:2:0)
An individualized approach to fitness. Lectures on preparing a fitness program, and fulfill personalized fitness contract.

PE-C 178 Weight Training, Beginning(1:2:0)
May be repeated for credit
PE Clothing Fee: $4

PE-C 195* Skiing (1:5:0)
PE Clothing $4,May be repeated for credit
Travel and Ski Fee: $240 (Fee varies according to transportation and lift pass)
Skiing for participants of varying abilities. Sections formed on the basis of ability, with instruction suited to varying skill levels in fundamentals of skiing. Instruction will be provided in three areas: alpine skiing, snowboarding, and telemarking. The students furnish their ski equipment. (Permission to withdraw with refund restricted).

PE-C 205 Intramural Sports - Administration and Organization(2:3:0)
A study of the objectives, organization, and supervision of Intramural Sports. Students will assist in handling the Intramural Program.

PE-C 206 Sports Officiating(1-2:2:0)
Rules, techniques, problems, and procedures in officiating football, basketball and other team and individual sports. (F)

PE-C 207 Sports Officiating(1- 2:2:0)
Rules, techniques, problems, and procedures in officiating basketball, volleyball and softball. (W)

PE-C 209 Spirit Team(1:6:0)
Prerequisite: Must try out
See Student Life Office (208) 356-2270
6 men, 12 women
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 222 Track and Field, Varsity(1:10:0) Prerequisite: Consent of coach
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 224 Cross Country Varsity(1:10:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
May be repeated for credit

PE-C 264 Lifeguarding(3:4:0)
Prerequisite: PE-C 161 or equivalent
PE Clothing Fee: $4

PE-C 268 Water Safety Instruction (3:4:0)
Prerequisite: PE-C 264 or Red Cross Lifesaving Certification
(Teach Lifeguard)
PE Clothing Fee: $4

PE-C 299 Physical Education Professional Experience Seminar1-3
Teaching Assistant
Prerequisite: Consent of supervising instructor
May be repeated for maximum of 6 credits
Hours per week to be arranged
A professional class designed to offer credit in specialty area where teaching, coaching, managing, training, and administrative or organizational experiences are provided for individual students in the area of physical education.

PE-C 350 Administration & Ethics Law & Order (3:3:0)
Designed to help students understand objectives of physical education and sports, and incorporate them into philosophy to assist in developing quality programs at secondary level.

Physical Education-Men

PE-M 157 Baseball, Varsity(1:10:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
May be repeated for credit

PE-M 170 Athletic Sports Conditioning(1:4:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
(Men Varsity Athletes only)
May be repeated for credit

PE-M 214 Varsity Wrestling(1:10:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
May be repeated for credit

PE-M 242 Basketball, Varsity(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
May be repeated for credit

PE-M 255 Football, Varsity(1:2:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
May be repeated for credit

PE-M 257 Baseball, Varsity(1:10:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
May be repeated for credit (W)

Physical Education-Women

PE-W 104 Women’s Varsity-Softball (1:10:0)
Candidates only
May be repeated for credit (F, 1st Block)

PE-W 141 Women’s Basketball (1:2:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
PE Clothing Fee: $4
May be repeated for credit

PE-W 170 Athletic Sports Conditioning(1:4:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
May be repeated for credit
(Women varsity athletes only)

PE-W 178 Women’s Weight Training, 1
May be repeated for credit
PE clothing: $4
Free weights, nautilus, and circuit weights.

PE-W 200 Women’s Varsity-Volleyball(1:10:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
May be repeated for credit

PE-W 202 Women’s Varsity-Basketball(1:10:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
May be repeated for credit

PE-W 204 Women’s Varsity-Softball(1:10:0)
Prerequisite: Consent of coach
May be repeated for credit


Complete General Education listing

Credit Hour Designations/Abbreviations (e.g., 3:3:3)


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