Undergraduate Catalog 2009-2011

Recreation

 

(Physical Education and Human Performance)


REC 104     Self-Defense      1

Rigorous program designed to combine self-defense techniques, increased strength, stamina, and flexibility, which provides an increased awareness and understanding of the ability to defend oneself.


REC 105     Intermediate Self-Defense     1

Prereq.:  Permission of instructor. Combination of self-defense techniques, increased strength, stamina, and flexibility on an intermediate level. Provides an increased awareness and understanding of the ability to defend oneself.


REC 141     Volleyball  1

Course designed to teach volleyball's offensive and defensive techniques. Games are designed to teach team play and strategy.

 

REC 162     Badminton   1

Tactics and strategies in performing various fundamentals and methods in badminton.


REC 165     Level 1 Yoga      1

Students will learn the philosophy, health benefits and longevity patterns of Yoga. Balancing poses, stretching, strength, breath work, salutations, and meditation will be included.

 

REC 166     Tennis      1

Fundamentals and techniques in practicing and playing tennis.


REC 168     Weight Training   1

Tactics, strategy, and proper methods in performing a variety of weight training techniques.

 

REC 169     Golf  1

This course is designed to perform various golf strokes and the proper methods of how to play the game of golf.


REC 170     Introduction to Ice Hockey    1

Students will learn the beginning and/or intermediate fundamentals of ice hockey. Puck skills, skating with pucks and game play will be included. Winter, Summer.

 

REC 171     Introduction to Ice Skating  1

Students will learn the beginning and/or intermediate fundamentals of ice skating. Winter, Summer. 


REC 200     Beginning Swimming      1

How to perform the proper tactics and fundamentals for beginning swimmers. Winter, Summer.

 

REC 230     Intermediate Swimming   1

This course is designed to acquaint, practice, and perform correct swimming techniques for intermediate swimmers.

 

REC 232     Lifeguard Training      2

Prereq.:  Successful completion of the American Red Cross Screening test (administered during the first week of class). Provides skills to respond effectively to medical and aquatic emergencies. American Red Cross Certification in First Aid, CPR and Lifeguarding may be obtained.


REC 233     Water Safety Instructor's Course    2

Prereq.:  Swim the following strokes 25 yards each:  front crawl, breaststroke, elementary breaststroke, sidestroke, (and butterfly 15 yards); tread water for 1 minute. Planning, conducting, and evaluating instruction in swimming and water safety. Includes peer teaching opportunities. American Red Cross certification prepares student as a Water Safety Instructor. Spring.

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