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Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation

Physical Education K-12
Course Descriptions

The Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation offers professional courses leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education.  The curriculum is designed to prepare students for employment in the teaching profession.  Teaching opportunities include certification in grades K-12 in the areas of physical education, athletic coaching, health, dance, adapted physical education, and driver and safety education.  The Department also offers an endorsement in Aquatics.

Faculty
Professors: Chandler, Steve B.; Okeke, Maria U.; Ramsey, Joseph P.; Thompson, Barbara A.
Associate Professors: Jackson, Jr., E. Newton
Assistant Professors: Bogan, Samuel; Hickey, Brian; Sermon, Janet M.; Sherrod, E. Gaynell
Instructor:  Olaves, Jorge

The following courses are required for a teaching major in physical education:

Freshman YearSem. Hrs.
Fall Semester 
AMH 2010 U.S. History 1492 - 1864 OR
AMH 2020 US History 1865 - Present............................................................................

3
ENC 1101 Freshman Communication Skills I.................................................................3
HSC 1100 Health for Modern Living...............................................................................3
MAC 1105 College Algebra I..........................................................................................3
PEM 1101 Fundamental Movement...............................................................................1
PSC 1121 Introduction to Physical Science/Lab............................................................4
 17

Spring SemesterSem. Hrs.
EDG 3004 Overview & Orientation.................................................................................1
ENC 1102 Freshman Communication Skills II................................................................3
GLY 2001 Intro. to Earth Space Science........................................................................3
MAC 1133 Algebra & Trig. Functions.............................................................................3
PEM 1140 Aerobic Conditioning.....................................................................................1
PSY 2012 Intro. to Psychology.......................................................................................3
PHI 2010 Introduction to Philosophy..............................................................................3
 17

Summer SemesterSem. Hrs.
BSC 1005 Biological Science w/lab................................................................................4

Sophomore YearSem. Hrs.
Fall Semester 
EDF 1005 Introduction to Education...............................................................................3
MTG 2206 College Geometry.........................................................................................3
PEN 2101 Prin. & Analysis of Aquatics..........................................................................2
SPC 2600 Public Speaking............................................................................................3
PET 2000 Introduction to Physical Education................................................................3
PET 2320 Applied Human Anatomy (Prereq.: BSC 1105)..............................................3
 17

Spring SemesterSem. Hrs.
SYG 2000 Intro to Sociology..........................................................................................3
AMH 3571 Afro-American History 1865.........................................................................3
EDG 2701 Teach Diverse Population (Field Experience)...............................................3
ARH 2000 Art Appreciation............................................................................................3
DEP 2004 Human Growth & Development OR
EDF 3135 Adolescent Psychology.................................................................................

3
 15

Junior YearSem. Hrs.
Fall Semester 
EME 2040 Introduction to Educational Technology........................................................3
PEO 3004 Theory of Coaching.......................................................................................3
PET 2622 Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries
(Prereq.: BSC 1005 & PET 2320)...................................................................................
3
TSL 4324 ESOL Survey of Strategies for Learning........................................................3
PET 3820 Teaching Sports Skills I.................................................................................3
 15

Spring SemesterSem. Hrs.
DAE 3310 Creative Movement Rhythm..........................................................................3
DAE 3350 Methods and Material of Teaching Dance.....................................................3
PET 3230 Motor Learning..............................................................................................3
PET 3510 Tests and Measurement................................................................................3
PET 3821 Teaching Sports Skills II................................................................................3
 3
 18

Senior YearSem. Hrs.
Fall Semester 
RED 3333 Reading in Content Area (Field Exp.)...........................................................3
PET 3463 Methods of Teaching Physical Education (Field Exp.)...................................3
PET 4351 Physiology of Exercise (Prereq.: BSC 1005 & PET 2320).............................3
PET 4401 Organization and Administration of Physical Education................................3
PET 4640 Adapted Physical Education (Field Exp.)......................................................3
 15

Spring SemesterSem. Hrs.
PET 4943 Student Teaching in Physical Education (K-12).............................................6


DAA 1126 Afro-Caribbean Dance (2) Provides the student with the basic skills and knowledge for the performance of the Caribbean dance with a focus on the acquisition of basic technique, isolations, across the floor movement and studies associated with the Katherine Dunham technique.
DAA 1100 Modern Dance I (2) Provides the student with the basic skills and knowledge for the performance of beginning modern dance; skills in technique, movement patterns, composition, improvisation and the history of modern dance.
DAA 1200 Ballet (2) Provides the student with the basic skills and knowledge for the performance of basic ballet movement with an emphasis on the acquisition of basic center floor, barre, across the floor, allegro work, and the history of ballet.
DAA 1310 Social Dance (2) Introductory course focusing on skill and knowledge of traditional ballroom dances (Swing, Tango, Fox Trot, Waltz, Cha Cha, Merengue, Samba, Rhumba), fad dances and country-western dances.
DAA 1312 Folk and Square Dance (2) Introductory course focusing on the learning of and the acquisition of skills and knowledge of international folk dances, American Heritage dances, and Western square dance.
DAA 1330 Traditional African Dance I (2) Provides the student with basic technique and knowledge of the dances of Africa (west, east, south, central) with an emphasis on the acquisition of basic steps, movement sequences and the understanding of the cultural context in which the dances take place.
DAA 1680 Dance Performance I (1) Provides students the opportunity to participate in performance activities in the Orchesis Contemporary Dance Theatre with permission of the director.
DAA 1500 Modern Jazz Dance I (2) Provides students the skills and knowledge of basic jazz technique, movement patterns, composition and the history of the evolution and performance of jazz dance.
DAA 1520 Tap and Rhythm Dance (2) Provides students the skills and knowledge needed for the performance of tap-rhythm dance with a focus on the acquisition of basic steps, tap combinations, and the history of the evolution and performance of tap dance.
DAA 2127 Dunham Technique II (2) Provides students with an intermediate level of proficiency in Caribbean technique and movement sequences and the Katherine Dunham movement language.
DAA 2101 Modern Dance II (2) Prereq: DAA 1160 or permission of instructor. Provides students with advanced technique, movement patterns across the floor, composition and improvisation. Emphasis is placed on expanding the student’s style, interpretation, musicality and personal expression through dance.
DAA 2201 Ballet II (2) Prereq: DAA 1200 or permission of instructor. Provides students with advanced technique focusing on the use of center floor work, barre, movement patterns across the floor and allegro work.
DAA 1300 Ballroom Dance (2) A continuation of the acquisition of skills and knowledge in the performance of the social dances such as the Swing, Tango, Fox Trot, Waltz, Cha Cha, Merengue, Samba, Rhumba, fad dances and country-western dances..
DAA 2331 Traditional African Dance II (2) Provides intermediate level skills and knowledge in traditional African dance with an emphasis on the acquisition of technique, movement sequences and knowledge of the interrelationships between culture and dance.
DAA 2681 Dance Performance II (1) Prereq: DAA 1480. Provides students the opportunity to participate in performance activities in the Orchesis Contemporary Dance Theatre with permission of the director.
DAA 2610 Dance Theory and Composition I (2) Provides students with an exploration of elements vital to the processes of improvisation and composition with an emphasis on the use of time, space, energy, design, dynamics, rhythm, motivation, sequencing, phrasing, movement qualities and transitions.
DAA 3108 Modern Dance III (2) Prereq: DAA 2161. Provides students with more advanced technique, movement and performing skills with emphasis on expanding the style, interpretation, musicality and personal expression through dance.
DAA 3208 Ballet III (2) Prereq: DAA 2201 or permission of instructor. Provides students with advanced technique focusing on the use of center floor work, barre, movement patterns across the floor and allegro work.
DAA 2701 Dance Theory and Composition II (2) Provides students with further work in composition with a focus on the study of choreographic forms and structure, ideological and aesthetic sources.
DAA 4110 Modern Dance IV (2) Prereq: DAA 3162. Provides students with advanced technique, movement and performing skills with emphasis on expanding the style, interpretation, musicality and personal expression through dance.
DAA 4210 Ballet IV (2)  Prereq: DAA 3202 or permission of instructor. Provides students with advanced technique focusing on the use of center floor work, barre, movement patterns across the floor and allegro work to increase ballet proficiency.
DAA 4790 Senior Concert (3) Prereq: DAA 2481, DAA 3701, DAA 4163, DAA 4203. Provides students the opportunity to present own choreography, knowledge of dance production and ability to work with others in a public forum.
DAE 3350 Methods of Teaching Dance (3) Focuses on the learning and development of teaching strategies for folk, square and social dance with application to the school physical education program.
DAE 3310 Creative Movement and Rhythms for Elementary Teachers (3) Provides skill, knowledge, and methodology in the use of movement education concepts and rhythmic activities for the elementary child.
DAE 4940 Student Internship (2) Prereq: DAA 1500, DAA 2361, DAA 3701, DAA 4163, DAA 4203, DAA 4790, DAE 2300, DAE 3350, DAE 3310, DAN 1701, DAN 2600, DAN 4111. Provides students with teaching experiences and responsibilities in a school setting (elementary, middle, secondary) under the joint supervision of a directing teacher and a college supervisor.
DAN 1701 Dance Production II (Tap) (1) Provides students with opportunities to choreograph and/or work with production aspects of presenting a concert such as stagecraft, house management, publicity, box office, costuming.
DAN 2600 Music and Choreography (2) Prereq: DAA 1160, DAA 1200. Provides students with knowledge of musical forms and available music resources.
DAN 3134 Historical and Cultural Perspectives in Dance I (3) Provides students with the development of dance from ancient history to the 19th Century.
DAN 3480 Dance Production I (1) Provides students with performance and production opportunities through participation in the Orchesis Contemporary Dance Theatre.
DAN 4135 Historical and Cultural Perspectives in Dance II (3) Provides students information on dance of the 20th Century with emphasis on major personalities, choreographers, performers and dance companies and a special focus on black contributions to concert dance.
EPH 4021C Biological Aspects of Motor and Physical Disabilities (3) Neurological and orthopedic defects will be emphasized. Visits to hospitals, clinics and medical lectures supplement classroom instruction.
EPH 4210 Educational Management of Children with Physical Disabilities (3) Educational programming and rehabilitation for children with cerebral palsy and other motor disabilities; examination of community services; methods of identification, care and counseling, visits to clinics and classes.
EPH 4941C Participation in Programs for the Physically Disabled (3) Required field work with the physically disabled.
HLP 4300 Organization and Administration of Physical Education (3) Philosophies and policies of administering various aspects of physical education programs. Emphasis is placed on planning, budgeting, purchasing, designing facilities, etc.
HLP 4301 Supervision of Physical Education (3) Exposes students to supervisory practices as it takes place in many different teaching situations and with teachers at different stages of development.
HLP 4320 Tests and Measurement/Health and Physical Education (3) Tests and measurement currently used in health-related programs. Practical experience designing measurement instruments and evaluating specific programs in school settings and nontraditional settings.
HSC 1100 Health for Modern Living (3) Factors which influence and determine personal health and safety.
HSC 2210 Environmental Health and Safety Education (3) Explores diverse environmental factors within the general framework of air, water, food, world population, etc., as they affect humanity.
HSC 2400 First Aid (3) American Red Cross Manual-Techniques used in care of injuries, preventive measures and prompt adequate care.
HSC 3002 Principles of Health Education (3) Emphasizes historical and current events regarding philosophy and practice of health education and foundational principles influencing health professions.
HSC 3120 Consumer Health (3) Emphasizes major consumer health problems that are encountered when selecting, purchasing and financing safety and medical services, and other health-related products in marketplace.
HSC 3131 Mental Health and Counseling (3) Exploration of parameters of mental health, theories and principles of emotional well being.
HSC 3133 Family Lifestyles and Sexuality (3) Strategies for teaching family living and sexuality to different age groups, varying cultural differences, sexuality research and problems and trends.
HSC 3143 Preventive Approaches to Substance Abuse (3) Provides current, accurate and documented information, skills, and procedures utilized in handling issues related to substance abuse in various settings.
HSC 3200 Community Health (3) An overview of community health promotion, organizations, issues, medical care and diseases.
HSC 3301 Health Programs for Elementary School (3) Understanding principles of organization of school health programs; health policies and services; health status and problems of the elementary school child.
HSC 3107 Healthy Lifestyles for College Students (3) This course examines the importance of lifestyle, health behavior and risk factor assessment in disease prevention and health promotion of college students.
HSC 3302 Health Education in High School (3) Organization of class, methods of teaching, selection of content, and coordination between teachers and health personnel.
HSC 3710 Health Promotion (3) Introduction to a comprehensive approach to planning, implementing, managing, and evaluating health education/promotion programs.
HSC 4200 Personal and Community Health (3) Community health problems; programs and services; modern concepts of disease; principal disease prevention and control.
HSC 4211 Health and Human Ecology (3) Explores the nature of health-related issues and their relationship to environmental matters.
HSC 4450 Driver and Traffic Safety Education (3) Prereq: Upper division status and valid Florida driver’s license. Critical analysis of traffic accidents, attitude factors, knowledge of automobile operations, and laws and regulations. Includes laboratory experience for developing skills.
HSC 4451 Teaching of Driver and Traffic Safety Education (3) Prereq: HSC 4450. Prepares teachers to organize and teach driver education and traffic safety in secondary schools, materials and methods of driver and traffic safety education. Includes lab experiences.
HSC 4453 General Safety Education (3) Focuses on procedures and techniques of vehicle and pedestrian safety.
HSC 4454 Traffic Safety Education (3) Focuses on knowledge of rules, regulations, procedures for operating any type of transportation on public streets, roads and highways.
HSC 4460 Supervision and Administration of Driver and Safety Education (3) Focuses on the organization and management of implementing a driver and safety program.
HSC 4633 Issues in Health (3) Explores current and relevant problems and issues in the health and health-related fields.
HSC 4700 Management of Health Education Programs (2) Provides a comprehensive, contemporary approach to the administrative process of managing health education programs.
HSC 4730 Research Techniques in Health Education (3) Introduction to research methods in educational settings relevant to health and health-related fields.
HSC 4800 Pre-internship Experience (3) Provides detailed information and practical limited hands-on experience for successful completion of internship in school/community health.
HSC 4850 Student Internship (6-12) Provides practical health-related experiences in a controlled environment for an extended period of twelve weeks.
HSC 4611 Ergogenic Aids to Human Performance (4) This course examines the physiological, biomechanical, and psychological basis of ergogenic aids to human performance with applications to physical fitness and competitive sport.
HSC 4594 Exercise Programs for Special Adult Populations (4) This course examines the strategies used in exercise programming for special populations of adults.  Emphasis is placed on exercise guidelines for the elderly, pregnant women, and individuals with diabetes mellitus, obesity, asthma, cystic fibrosis, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
LEI 3004 Introduction to Recreation and Park Leisure Services (3) Introductory course focusing on historical and philosophical principles of recreation and leisure education.
LEI 3225 Leadership Teaching in Social Recreation (2) Explores methods, materials, and strategies for teaching recreational concepts.
LEI 3315 Recreation Leadership Theory and Practice (2) Principles and techniques of managing recreational programs; clinical experience required.
LEI 3435 Recreation Program Development (3) Curriculum design and development of recreational materials.
LEI 3546 Park Management (3) Administrative procedures for organizing, planning, conducting, disseminating and implementing park programs. Budgetary matters are also discussed.
LEI 3740 Recreation for the Mentally Disabled (3) Focuses on curriculum design and development of programs for persons with disabilities; clinical experience required.
LEI 3949 Internship in Recreational Leadership (3-12) A developmental experience in leadership responsibilities. Students are permitted to serve as recreation aides in various settings.
LEI 4009 Community Recreation (2) Administrative procedures in community recreation organizational structure; finance, legal provisions, program planning, and leadership in community agencies. A 16-hour block of time other than class meeting days is spent in observation/participation experience at private/public community agency.
LEI 4500 Administration of Recreation and Parks (3) Principles and practices of administration of recreation and parks are discussed. Emphasis on planning, conducting, and evaluating recreation program.
LEI 4504 Outdoor Recreation Services (2) Planning, organization, and operation of programs in public and commercial outdoor recreation areas and outing sports complexes, including camping facilities and field experience.
LEI 4543 Sports and Recreation Facilities Management (3) Designed to familiarize students with the various sports facilities and their techniques for utilization and management. Emphasis on the principles of management and multiple use of facilities.
LEI 4670 Design of Recreational Areas and Parks (3) Focuses on the construction of recreational areas and parks. Various layouts are designed to scale-cost; space and location are discussed.
LEI 4671 Urban Park and Recreation Art (3) Focuses on drawings, sculptures, paintings, etc., of artistic renditions relevant to parks and recreational facilities.
LEI 4700 Leisure Service for Special Populations (3) Examines segments of the community who have needs for specialized or adaptive recreational services and how these needs can be best met. Emphasis on programming for the atypical individual.
LEI 4946 Practicum in Park Management (3) Continuation of developmental experience. Emphasis on planning, conducting and evaluating activities leading to work as a direct leader.
LEI 3830 Tourism (3) This course explores the economic, social and environmental impact of this industry.  Major components of tourism such as attractions, services, and transportation will be included.  Major emphasis will be placed on the importance of tourism planning as a means of establishing quality services.
PEL 1041 Recreational Activities (1) Introductory focus on games and sports activities related to leisure time pursuits.
PEL 1111 Bowling (2) Introductory course focusing on learning basic skills, knowledge, and etiquette of bowling.
PEL 1112 Intermediate Bowling (2) An intermediate course focusing on the different releases, rules, and techniques of the sport. Emphasis on league bowling participation.
PEL 1121 Beginning Golf (2) Introductory course focusing on skills and knowledge of beginning golf.
PEL 1122 Intermediate Golf (1) An intermediate course focusing on skills, knowledge and etiquette of golf.
PEL 1124 Varsity Golf (1) Course credit given only to participants on varsity golf team.
PEL 1141 Archery (2) Introductory course focusing on skills and knowledge of archery, target shooting and safety codes.
PEL 1166 Indoor Rifle Shooting (2) Introductory course focusing on shooting skills and knowledge of safety regulations in use of .22 caliber rifle.
PEL 1211 Softball (2) Introductory course focusing on learning basic skills, rules, and offensive and defensive strategy of softball.
PEL 1219 Varsity Baseball I (1) Course credit given only to participants demonstrating knowledge and skill development in baseball.
PEL 1321 Volleyball (2) Introductory course focusing on skills, knowledge, and etiquette of the game of volleyball.
PEL 1341 Beginning Tennis (2) Introductory course focusing on skills, knowledge, and etiquette of the game of tennis.
PEL 1342 Intermediate Tennis (2) An intermediate course focusing on skills and knowledge of tennis.
PEL 1344 Varsity Tennis I (1) Course credit given only to participants demonstrating knowledge and skill development.
PEL 1346 Badminton (2) Introductory course focusing on skills and knowledge of badminton.
PEL 1441 Racquetball (2) A beginning course in racquetball. This course provides opportunities for students to develop the basic skills in racquetball. Specific attention is directed to the history, equipment, and variations of the game.
PEL 1511 Soccer (2) Introductory course focusing on skills, knowledge, and strategy of soccer.
PEL 1541 Speedball (2) Introductory course focusing on skills, knowledge, and strategy of speedball.
PEL 1621 Basketball (2) Introductory course focusing on learning basic skills, rules, and offensive and defensive strategy of basketball. Open only to those who have not played on organized team.
PEL 1624 Varsity Basketball I (1) Course credit given only to participants demonstrating knowledge and skill development in basketball.
PEL 1644 Varsity Football I (1) Course credit given only to participants demonstrating knowledge and skill development in football.
PEL 1646 Touch Football I (1) Introductory course focusing on learning basic skills, rules, and offensive and defensive strategy of touch football.
PEL 2124 Varsity Golf I (1) Course credit given only to participants demonstrating knowledge and skill development in golf.
PEL 2219 Varsity Baseball II (1) Course credit given only to participants on varsity baseball team.
PEL 2344 Varsity Tennis II (1) Course credit given only to participants demonstrating knowledge and skill development in tennis.
PEL 2442 Intermediate Racquetball (2) A study of the strategies and tactics in racquetball. Emphasis on the patterns of play and advanced techniques of the game.
PEL 2624 Varsity Basketball II (1) Course credit given only to participants demonstrating knowledge and skill development in basketball.
PEL 2644 Varsity Football II (1) Course credit given only to participants on varsity football team.
PEL 4940 Practicum in Coaching Track (2) Field experience as related to actual sport; coaching problems and psychology of coaching.
PEL 4941 Practicum in Coaching Baseball (2) Coaching problems and psychology of coaching baseball.
PEM 1101 Fundamental Movement (1) Variety of controlled activities-conditioning, games, relays, and rhythms.
PEM 1131 Weight Training (1) Introductory course focusing on skill and knowledge of progressive weight training techniques.
PEM 1132 Nautilus Strength Training (2) An introductory course to the use of Nautilus equipment for weight training. Emphasis on basic routines for progressive weight training.
PEM 1140 Aerobic Conditioning (1) Introductory course focusing on cardiovascular conditioning and physical fitness.
PEM 1301 Track and Field (1) Introductory course focusing on track and field events.
PEM 1421 Fundamentals of Wrestling (1) Introductory focus on techniques of wrestling. Terminology history, scoring, attire, and safety are emphasized.
PEM 1422 Advanced Wrestling (1) Provides a comprehensive study of offensive and defensive strategies utilized in wrestling. Rules, terminology, matches, weight classes, and various skills and techniques will be emphasized.
PEM 1431 Judo (1) Intermediate course focusing on skills, knowledge, and attitudes of personal defense activities in judo.
PEM 1441 Basic Karate (2) Introductory course focusing on skills, knowledge, and attitudes of personal defense activities in karate.
PEM 1953 Varsity Cheerleading (1) Introductory course for participants on the varsity cheerleading team.
PEM 2111 Physical Fitness of Selected Activities (3) Course deals with selected activities for the individual fitness regimen. Emphasis is prescribed activities and weight control through exercise.
PEM 2116 Conditioning and Weight Control (2) Course deals with theory and activity related to conditioning and weight control.
PEM 2141 Advanced Physical Fitness (2) Primarily laboratory (participatory) with minimal lecturing and outside assignments.
PEM 2171 Aerobics/Cardiovascular Fitness (2) An intermediate course in aerobic conditioning designed to place demand on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Emphasis on duration of exercise to achieve a target heart rate.
PEM 2442 Karate [Tae Kwon Do]
(2) Emphasis is on advanced skills, knowledge and attitudes of karate.
PEN 1121 Beginning Swimming (1) Introductory course to basic skills utilized in swimming. Equipment, safety, skills and techniques are emphasized.
PEN 1122 Intermediate Swimming (2) An intermediate course in swimming. Emphasis is placed on advanced beginner’s skills.
PEN 1171 Aqua-Cise (2) A method of aerobic exercise utilizing water as the medium. Emphasis on cardiovascular exercises in the water.
PEN 2101 Principles and Analysis of Aquatics (2) Techniques and fundamentals of teaching swimming.
PEN 2113 Life Guarding (2) Prereq: Swimming ability following American Red Cross procedures. Introductory course focusing on skills and knowledge of life guarding.
PEN 2136 Scuba Diving (2) Prereq: Swimming ability. Introductory course focusing on skills and knowledge of scuba diving.
PEN 3104 Seminar in Aquatics (3) This course is designed to acquaint individuals with the different topics in the field of aquatics.  Topics range from running aquatic events to participation in different aquatic sports.  The course content includes research and theory on topics which students select from a topic list or one approved by the instructor.
PEN 4106 Management and Operations of Aquatic Facilities (3) This course is designed to acquaint individuals with the body of knowledge in the management and operations of aquatic facilities.  The course content includes research and theory on operations of different facilities, mechanical systems, supervision and employment relations, safety, risk management, and curricular development for aquatics.
PEN4105 Aquatics Practicum (Variable 2-6) This course is designed to acquaint individuals with the different practices in the field of aquatics.  The practicum allows the students to apply their aquatic knowledge from coordination of aquatic events to participation and supervision in different aquatic programs/sports.
PEO 2003 Officiating Techniques (3) Techniques which deal with qualifications of officials and principles of officiating individual, dual, and team sports. Field experiences in officiating at community recreation centers and intramural programs.
PEO 2011 Principles and Analysis of Selected Sports (3) Individual and combined skill techniques presented in three or four teams. Emphasis will be given to teaching procedure and techniques and classroom management.
PEO 2031 Principles and Analysis of Individual/Dual Sports (3) Individual and combined skill techniques presented in three of the four sports. Emphasis will be given to teaching procedure and techniques and classroom management.
PEO 3004 Theory of Coaching (3) Scientific analysis made of current theory of coaching athletics. Emphasis is on psychology of coaching.
PEO 3219 Coaching Baseball (2) Coaching strategies, including team strategy, managerial problems, psychology of coaching, and methods of teaching skills and techniques.
PEO 3344 Coaching Methods (2) Coaching strategies, including individual and team strategy, managerial problems, psychology of coaching, and methods of organizing and conducting meetings (optional for female majors).
PEP 3107 Personal Family Physical Fitness (2) Designed to aid the family in the selection of physical fitness activities.
PEP 3205 Educational Gymnastics I (3) Explores strategies of promoting skillful use of small and large apparatus through free exploration guided exploration and problem solving techniques.
PEP 3304 Coaching Track and Field (2) Coaching strategies including team strategy, managerial problems and methods of organizing track meets.
PEP 4201 Theory and Practice of Teaching Gymnastics (2) Teaching and managerial strategies in gymnastics.
PEP 4940 Practice of Health Fitness Program (3) Provides practical field-based experience in health and fitness settings.
PEQ 2121 Theory and Practice of Teaching Swimming (2) Nature and purpose of safety equipment, skills and techniques; methodology and strategies of teaching are emphasized.
PET 1920 A, B, 2920, 3230 Professional Orientation (1) A course designed primarily for the physical education professional student. Emphasis on involvement of students through stimulating activities of the profession. May be repeated for credit.
PET 2000 Introduction to Physical Education and Sport (3) This course is designed to orient students to the field of physical education and sports and will cover topics such as historical and scientific foundations, philosophy, ethics, professional associations and affiliations and career opportunities within the field.
PET 2320C Applied Human Anatomy in Physical Education (3) Prereq: BSC 1005. Emphasis is on anatomy of nervous, muscular, circulatory, respiratory and skeletal systems and their relationship to human movement and fitness.
PET 2622 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries (3) Prereq: BSC 1005; PET 2320C. Setting up and carrying out conditioning program, training room supervision, first aid care, and prevention of injuries.
PET 2941C Early Involvement (3) Orientation to field of health, physical education, and recreation. Observation and participation required.
PET 3820 Teaching Sports Skills I (3) This course is designed to introduce individual and combined skill techniques of several selected sports. Emphasis will be placed on teaching methods and techniques used for elementary and secondary students.
PET 3821 Teaching Sports Skills II (3) This course is designed to introduce the second phase of individual and combined skill techniques of several selected sports. Emphasis will be placed on teaching methods and techniques used for elementary and secondary students.
PET 3020 Foundations of Physical Education (3) Philosophical, sociological, psychological role of physical education in general education.
PET 3230 Principles and Practices of Motor Learning (3) Analysis of theories of learning with particular application to perceptual motor skills.
PET 3285 Perceptual-Motor Development (3) Course examines the development of physical capabilities and motor experiences of infants through pre-adolescents. Emphasis is placed on visual and motor development teaching programs for children from six to twelve.
PET 3433 Physical Education in Intermediate Grades (3) Examines the curriculum and methods of teaching activities in the intermediate grades. The course provides opportunity to acquire teaching techniques, strategies and materials for the intermediate grades.
PET 3461 Physical Education Programs for Elementary School (3) Activities include group games, relays, story plays, rhythms, mimetics, team games, stunts, and self-testing and are presented in accordance with interests, needs, and characteristics of pupils in this age group. Attention focused on various teaching methods used for both indoor and outdoor facilities.
PET 3463 Teaching Physical Education (3) Organization of materials; procedures; teaching aids and literature for teachers of physical education; field experience eight weeks 4 hours per week. Transportation needed (junior level).
PET 3473 Interschool Athletics (3) A review of the factors that influence interschool athletics. A systematic study of Florida High Athletic Association (FHAA), including an investigation of the literature and analysis of interschool athletics in other states. Observation and participation required.
PET 3930 Professional Orientation V (1) A course designed for juniors majoring in physical education. Emphasis is on resume construction, interviewing techniques, professional associations and affiliations.
PET 4020 Principles and Foundations of Physical Education (3) Meaning, philosophical role of physical education in general education, and biological, psychological, and sociological foundations (senior level).
PET 4330 Anatomic Kinesiology (3) Prereq: BSC 1005, PET 2320C Mechanical aspects of human movement.
PET 4351 Physiology of Exercise (3) Prereq: BSC 1005, APB 3220. Physiological responses during exercise; physiology of exercise from standpoint of physical educator.
PET 4401 Organization and Administration of Physical Education (3) Philosophies and policies in administration of program planning and management. This course examines classroom management, professional ethics and legal issues as related to physical education.
PET 4413 Management of Health Fitness Program (3) Techniques of managing a healthy fitness program. Practice is given in the therapeutic use of exercise.
PET 4453 Coaching Clinic I and II (3) An intensive study of the major problems in athletic coaching. Open to high school coaches.
PET 4510 Tests and Measurement in Physical Education (3) Advanced techniques in test administration are given. Emphasis is on the analysis of tests and elementary statistics.
PET 4602 Sports Conditioning and Rehabilitation (3) Consideration is given to athletic training in improving strength and cardiovascular endurance. Emphasis is on the various methods of training and rehabilitation.
PET 4631 Neurological and Organic Rehabilitation Exercise (3) Explores activity programs that will enhance the development of strength, endurance, and coordination of children with multiple handicaps.
PET 4640 Adapted Physical Education (3) Role of exercise in rehabilitating prevalent disabilities in children; fundamental concepts of adjustment and development of special needs persons. Ten (10) hours of laboratory experience in various settings.
PET 4905 Directed Individual Study (1-5) Supervised and laboratory research opportunities for students desirous of conducting publishable quality work. Enrollment by permission of head of department.
PET 4920 Professional Orientation (1) A study and analysis of subject area content for grades K-12. Nature of test development and preparation, competencies, skills, sources for review, test taking advice and test format are explored.
PET 4930 Instructional Seminar in Health and Physical Education (3) Examines problems encountered in classroom teaching. An intensive assessment of Florida’s teacher competencies are presented. Students must pass the College of Education’s prototype examination.
PET 4943 Student Teaching in Health and Physical Education K-12 (6)  Completion of general education and professional courses. Students must have been admitted to teacher education. Experience is given at the elementary level, middle school level or high school level. Grade is contingent on passing the Florida Teacher Certification Examination.