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(S) Administration of physical education and athletic programs in schools, with special emphasis on philosophy and leadership styles. Includes budget and finance, office management, curriculum development, facilities, legal factors and public relations.

Hours
3

This class teaches the techniques of leadership and service in wilderness recreation.

Hours
3

(F) The effects of exercise and physical activity on various systems of the human body. Prerequisites: PHED 421, WELL 340 or permission of instructor.

Prerequisites: PHED421 and WELL340
Hours
3

(F) This course will review historical and legislative development of physcial education for people with disabilities. Normal and abnormal mental and physical deveplopment will also be reviewed, along with teaching concerns. Experiential components include; empathy, field, and teaching experiences.

Hours
3

(S) An analysis of human motion and its relation to athletic and gymnastic activities; practical application of these principles. Prerequisite: WELL 340 or permission of the instructor.

Prerequisites: WELL340, or BIOL330, or ATHT281
Hours
3

(F) Topical areas such as philosophy, teacher certification, competencies, and professional activities will be covered. Curriculum construction, instructional methods, class management and techniques for teaching specific activities will be considered as they relate to the secondary level. Five hours of observation at the secondary school level is required. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.

Hours
3

(F, S, May, Sum) Supervised sports management experience in a related setting. Prerequisite: Permission of the Internship Director.

Hours
6

(F,S,Sum) Independent work for advanced students only.

Hours
3

A comprehensive look at the health, nutrition, and physical education needs of elementary school children. The development of unit plans, daily lesson plans and teaching activities as indicated by the AAHE and AAHPERD/NASPE. Assessment of children's nutritional and physical education participation habits.

Hours
3

A comprehensive course intended to equip the student with the necessary information to design a curriculum plan in physical education at any level emphasizing basic movement skills at the elementary level, team sports at the middle school level, and lifetime games, sports and activities at the high school secondary level. Past, present and future trends will be analyzed along with various influences that impact the field. Creative methods of instruction as well as interdisciplinary considerations will be discussed.

Hours
3

An in-depth study of motor learning theories, principles, and application in physical education programs.

Hours
3

An in-depth look at the psychological as well as some social concerns of sport and human performance. Topics include motivation, psyching up, team cohesion, exercise adherence, mental imagery, visualization, and exercise and its ability to postpone the effects of aging. The objective of the course is to enable students to comprehend and apply available information to enhance their effectiveness as teachers and coaches.

Hours
3

An advanced course of selected topics of interest in the field of physical education. Previous topics have included legal issues of sport, non-traditional lifetime sports, and sociological issues of sport.

Hours
3

Examination of philosophical issues related to faith such as concepts of religion and of God, arguments for and against the existence of God, the problem of evil, religious language, mysticism and religious experience, faith and reason, religion and science, religion and morality, religion and politics, revelation, miracles, life after death, relativism and pluralism, particularism and universalism. Course will include traditional and contemporarty approaches. (Even years only.) Prerequisite: One course in philosophy and one course in religion or permission of the instructor.

Hours
3

Reading courses for Religion/Philosophy majors and Philsophy minors, taken in the junior year.

Hours
0

Reading courses for Religion/Philosophy majors and Philosophy minors, taken in the junior year.

Hours
1

(S) An introduction to philosophy through examination of modern trends in the discipline. Attention is given to developments in philosophy in the 20th century, including but not limited to pragmatism, philosophy of language, and existentialism. Particular attention is given to the role of philosophy in discussions political, social, and religious issues from the late 19th century to the present. This course may cross-list with HUMN 215.

Prohibited: HUMN215
Hours
3

(F) An introduction to philosophy through the examination of philosophical issues related to religious faith such as arguments for the existence of God, the problem of evil, religious language, mysticism and religious experience, revelation and reason, natural law, miracles, life after death, relativism and pluralism, particularism and universalism. Course will include traditional and contemporary approaches. (Even Years Only).

Hours
3

(F) Reading courses for Religious Studies majors and minors, taken in the junior year.

Hours
1

(S) Reading courses for Religious Studies majors and minors, taken in the junior year.

Hours
1

(S) An introduction to the aims, methods and history of philosophy with special attention to questions related to the nature of moral value, skepticism and relativism, the individual and society, concepts of justice, and contemporary moral issues. Emphasis is placed upon helping students to develop skills in moral reasoning and critical thinking. Prerequisite: One course in philosophy and one course in religion or permission of the instructor. This course may substitute for PLSC 360, Political Philosophy. (Even Years Only).

Prohibited: PLSC360
Hours
3

(F, S )A 2-semester sequence, these courses are intended for life science and non-science students. They must be taken sequentially. PYHS 111 topics include mechanics of motion; the properties of solids, liquids, and gases; and thermal phenomena. Does not count toward a minor. Co-requisite: MATH 131 or permission of the instructor.

Prerequisites: MATH131 Corequisites: PHYS113
Hours
3

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