PE 105 Fitness and Conditioning (Beginning)
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to all basic concepts involved in beginning fitness and conditioning. Students will learn to develop appropriate skills for life-long health and wellness.
Credit: 1 Every Fall and Spring
PE 106 Fitness and Conditioning (All Levels)
Students will examine the concepts involved in physical conditioning and will develop an appropriate exercise program. The course will also examine how diet, nutrition, stress, and lifestyle play a role in one's well-being.
Credits: 2 Every Fall and Spring
Prerequisites BIO 7 and 8 or instructor permission are required.
Credits: 4 Every Fall
PE 299 Exercise Physiology
This course is an introduction to the physiological basis of exercise and physical activity with practical applications of the concepts to the fields of health, physical education, and athletics. Laboratory experiences are designed to demonstrate the physiological effects of activity, and the use of measurement techniques will be included.
Pre requisites: BIO 7, BIO 8 and PE 203 or permission of the instructor is required.
Credits: 4 Every Spring
BIO 7 Human Anatomy & Physiology I (4 credits) (see Biology Dept.)
BIO 7 Lab Human Anatomy & Physiology I (see Biology Dept.)
BIO 8 Human Anatomy & Physiology II (4 credits) (see Biology Dept.)
BIO 8 Lab Human Anatomy & Physiology II (see Biology Dept.)
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