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Kinesiology & Physical Education

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

KPE113 Beginning/Intermediate Swimming (1)

Professional Activities IV: Gymnastics (1)

Development of skills in gymnastics. Meets

three hours per week. No less than a C grade will

be accepted in professional activity classes for

departmental majors.

KPE124 Beginning/Intermediate Gymnastics (1)

Professional Activities V: Conditioning/Rhythms

(3)

Development of skills in at least three units of

Conditioning and Rhythms. Meets three hours per

week. No less than a C grade will be accepted in

professional activity classes for departmental majors.

KPE113b Rhythms (1)

KPE245a Aerobics (1)

KPE245b Body Conditioning (1)

Professional Activities VI: Combatives (1)

Development of skills in at least one Combative

course.

KPE268a Self Defense (1)

Note: Other type of Combative course would fulfill

requirement.

Professional Activities VII: Outdoor Educational

Activities (1)

Development of skills in at least one Outdoor

Educational Activity.

KPE270a Rock Climbing (1)

Note: Other types of Outdoor Educational Activity courses

would fulfill requirement. Ex: Bicycling

Professional Activities VIII: Nontraditional (1)

Development of skills in at least one Nontraditional

Activity. Meets three hours per week. No less than

a C grade will be accepted in professional activity

classes for departmental majors.

KPE119 Archery (1)

KPE268b Pickelball (1)

KPE100/400 Intercollegiate Athletics (1)

Open only to those individuals participating on

an intercollegiate team. Credit for intercollegiate

sports cannot be used to fulfill general education

requirement for physical education. No more than

four total semester hours, including transfer hours,

for any combination of different sports may be taken

for credit.

KPE110 Fitness Techniques & Health (2)

Designed to develop a reasonable level of physical

fitness through organized programs of exercise and

activities. Students will acquire skills, knowledge

and attitudes that will enable them to continue in a

self-directed fitness program after the semester has

been completed.

KPE212 Principles of Physical Education (2)

A study of the foundations and purposes of physical

education in relation to the total school program.

Provides opportunity to observe secondary and

elementary physical education classes in operation.

Required of all departmental sophomores in order

to continue with the physical education major.

KPE222 Sports Analysis (2)

Analysis of the organization, fundamentals,

techniques and strategy of coaching a specific sport.

KPE223 Sports Analysis Practicum (2)

Observation and analysis of an interscholastic sport

team program.

KPE256 Movement Education (2)

Principles of movement are analyzed and practiced

as they apply to locomotor and non-locomotor skills.

Stress is placed on the development of creativity,

coordination, rhythm and timing

.

KPE296 Program Design for Strength and

Conditioning (2)

A study of the theory and application of training

principles used in designing periodized sport-specific

strength and conditioning programs.

KPE303 History & Philosophy of Physical

Education (3)

A study of the historical background, aims, and

objectives of physical education and the place of

physical education in modern life.