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PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITY COURSES
AND PROFESSIONAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PE)
 
PE 100 Concepts of Health and Fitness 3 cr
An introductory course designed to show students the contributions of physical activity to preventive health. Students learn how to evaluate their physical and nutritional needs, and to design individual programs for healthy living.
 
PE 101 PE Activity 1 cr
Instruction and practice of basic sport and activity skills. A varying content course that gives students choices from designated semester offerings. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 102 Weight Training 1 cr
A progressive resistance training course designed to improve muscular strength and muscular endurance. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 103 PE Activity 1 cr
Instruction and practice of sport and activity skills. A varying content course that gives students choices from designated semester offerings. May be repeated for credit. An additional fee will be charged for these activities.
 
PE 104 PE Activity 1 cr
Instruction and practice of basic sport and activity skills. A varying content course that gives students choices from designated semester offerings. May be repeated for credit. An additional fee will be charged for these activities.
 
PE 105 PE Activity 1 cr
Instruction and practice in basic sport and activity skills. A varying content course that gives students choices from designated semester offerings. May be repeated for credit. An additional fee will be charged for these activities.
 
PE 106 Gymnastics 1 cr
Instruction and practice in gymnastics skills. A varying-content course treating different skill levels in gymnastics. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 107 PE Activity 1 cr
Instruction and practice of basic sport and activity skills. A varying content course that gives students choices from designated semester offerings. May be repeated for credit. An additional fee will be charged for these activities.
 
PE 110 Dance

1 cr

Instruction and practice in dance. A varying-content course treating different types of dance such as but not limited to: social, folk, square, and dance performance. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 113 Creative Dance 1 cr
An introduction to the dance as an art form; the vocabulary for movement as a means of self-expression. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 114 Aerobics 1 cr
Aerobic exercise is a physical fitness program that offers complete and effective conditioning. It involves jogging, jumping, lunging, kicking, and stretching to music.
 
PE 117 Ballet 1 cr
Instruction and practice in ballet. A varying-content course treating the different skill levels of ballet with emphasis on body placement through barre and centre exercises. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 118 Jazz 1 cr
Instruction and practice in jazz dancing. A varying-content course treating the various skill levels of jazz with emphasis on correct body placement through isolation and locomotor techniques. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 119 Modern Dance 1 cr
Instruction and practice in modern dance. A varying-content course with exposure to various skill levels and modern dance styles. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 120 Tennis (Basic) 1 cr
Instruction and practice in beginning and intermediate tennis. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 121 Golf (Basic) 1 cr
Instruction and practice in beginning golf. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 122 Bowling 1 cr
Instruction and practice in beginning bowling. Requires special fee. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 123 Archery 1 cr
Instruction and practice in beginning archery. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 125 Badminton 1 cr
Instruction and practice in beginning and intermediate badminton. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 130 Beginning Swimming 1 cr
Instruction and practice in beginning swimming and water safety. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 131 Intermediate Swimming 1 cr
Instruction and practice in intermediate swimming and water safety. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 141 Softball 1 cr
Instruction and practice in softball. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 142 Volleyball 1 cr
Instruction and practice in volleyball. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 143 Basketball 1 cr
Instruction and practice in basketball. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 144 Soccer 1 cr
Instruction and practice in soccer. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 147 Racquetball 1 cr
Instruction and practice in racquetball. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 155 Martial Arts 1 cr
Instruction and practice in the various forms of Martial Arts. A varying-content course treating different skill levels of karate, judo, kung-fu, etc. Requires special fee. May be repeated for credit.
 
PE 157 ICA-Varsity Sports 1 cr
Restricted to members of South Alabama intercollegiate athletic teams by special permission of the respective coaches. Includes but not limited to: basketball, soccer, baseball, track, golf, tennis, and volleyball. May be repeated for credit with the exception of education majors.
 
PE 166 Movement, Rhythms, and Developmental Activities 3 cr
Movement exploration experiences, developmental games, rhythmic and dance activities are explained, developed, and practiced. Clinical or field experience required.
 
PE 201 Orientation to Health and Physical Education 3 cr
An overview of the fields of Health, Physical Education and Athletic Training. An introduction to the Department of HPELS followed by a survey of philosophical and historical aspects, and professional preparation standards of the specific fields.
 
PE 231 ARC Lifeguard Training 3 cr
Prepares the student for American Red Cross Lifeguard, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and first aid certification. Emphasis is placed on emergency action plans, life guarding techniques, and all forms of victim rescue. Prerequisite: Strong swimmers only. See department secretary for specific skill requirements.
 
PE 278 Sport and Human Behavior 3 cr
A study of the psychological and sociological aspects of sport and their relationship to human behavior.
 
PE 282

Introduction to Athletic Training

3 cr
Survey of the basic techniques and practices of athletic training. Study includes prevention, recognition, care, and treatment of athletic injuries. Development of basic athletic training skills in the use of preventive and protective techniques of adhesive tape application.
 
PE 296 Observation in Athletic Training I 1 cr
An opportunity to observe and gain practical skills required in athletic training or the broad field of sports medicine. A minimum of 75 hours of clinical work and observation during afternoon and evening hours and a weekly seminar required.
 
PE 297 Observation in Athletic Training II 1 cr
A continuation of PE 296 providing students with additional opportunity to observe and master practical skills required in athletic training or the broad field of sports medicine. A minimum of 75 hours of clinical work and observations during afternoon and evening hours and a weekly seminar required.
 
PE 351 Sports Skills 3 cr
The development of skills and the understanding of fundamentals and strategies in selected individual, dual, and team sports.
 
PE 370 Basic Motor Learning 3 cr
Study of the psychological, experimental, developmental, and social aspects of learning in the psychomotor domain.
 
PE 372 Coaching Gymnastics 3 cr
History, theory, and fundamentals of coaching and officiating gymnastics.
 
PE 373 Coaching Volleyball 3 cr
History, theory, and fundamentals of coaching and officiating volleyball.
 
PE 374 Coaching Soccer 3 cr
History, theory, and fundamentals of coaching and officiating soccer.
 
PE 375 Coaching Football 3 cr
History, theory, and fundamentals of coaching and officiating football.
 
PE 376 Coaching Basketball 3 cr
History, theory, and fundamentals of coaching and officiating basketball.
 
PE 377 Coaching Baseball 3 cr
History, theory, and fundamentals of coaching and officiating baseball.
 
PE 378

Coaching Track and Field

3 cr
History, theory, and fundamentals of coaching and officiating track and field.
 
PE 380 Kinesiology 3 cr
Theory and application of the mechanical and anatomical principles of human movement.
 
PE 381* Evaluation and Measurement 3 cr
  in Health and Physical Education  
Elementary statistical procedures, evaluation, and interpretation, and the use of tests and other measurement devices in health and physical education. A prerequisite for student teaching.
 
PE 385* Evaluation and Treatment of Athletic Injuries I 3 cr
A study of athletic injuries to the lower extremities and lumbar spine. Prevention, evaluation, and management of these injuries will be explored along with common surgical procedures associated with these sports related injuries and conditions.
 
PE 386* Evaluation and Treatment of Athletic Injuries II 3 cr
Prevention, evaluation, and management of injuries to the head, neck, upper extremities, and the trunk will be discussed in detail. Field and clinical strategies for the identification of signs and symptoms will be explored along with common surgical procedures used to treat upper extremity and axial injuries.
 
PE 396* Practicum in Athletic Training II 1 cr
A practical and clinical application of techniques utilized in the evaluation and treatment of athletic injuries to the lower extremities and lumbar spine. A minimum of 200 hours of clinical work during afternoon and evening hours and a weekly seminar is required.
 
PE 397* Practicum in Athletic Training II 1 cr
A practical and clinical application of techniques utilized in the evaluation and treatment of athletic injuries to the upper extremities, axial skeleton, thorax, and abdomen. A minimum of 200 hours of clinical work during afternoon and evening hours and a weekly seminar is required.
 
PE 429 Opening School Laboratory Experience 1 cr
Professional laboratory experiences of observation and participation at a local public school.
 
PE 430* Student Teaching-Early Childhood/Elementary 6 cr
Observation and supervised teaching with opportunity for study and discussion of problems and issues encountered at the elementary level. Students will be placed with a person holding a valid teaching certificate in the appropriate field. Prerequisite: Admission to teacher candidacy.
 
PE 452* Methods of Teaching Physical Education (W) 3 cr
Organizing materials and developing methods of teaching physical education in elementary, middle, and high schools. Field experience required.
 
PE 460* Student Teaching-Secondary 6 cr
Observation and supervised teaching with opportunity for study and discussion of problems and issues encountered in the secondary schools. Students will be placed with a person holding a valid teaching certificate in the appropriate field. Prerequisite: Admission to teacher candidacy.
 
PE 461 Physical Education for Atypical Children and Youth 3 cr
Principles and techniques for adapting physical education activities to meet the needs of children with special problems.
 
PE 470*

Student Teaching in the N-12 Program

12 cr
Observation and supervised teaching with opportunity for study and discussion of problems and issues encountered in the N-12 program. Students will be placed with a person holding a valid teaching certificate in the appropriate field. Prerequisite: Permission of the department.
 
PE 473 Problems in Health and Physical Education 3 cr
Special problems in health and physical education are assigned to individuals and to groups of students.
 
PE 474 Sport and Fitness Conditioning 3 cr
Study of the theory, principles, methods, and techniques in the development, implementation, and evaluation of various strength and conditioning programs designed to enhance athletic performance and improve physical fitness. The conditioning needs of various populations with disease and degenerative conditions will be examined.
 
PE 475

Organizations and Administration of Health and

3 cr
  Physical Education (W)  
Planning, policies, administrative and management functions and duties in health and physical education programs.
 
PE 476 Physiology of Exercise 3 cr
The study of the body's physiological responses and adaptations to exercise and training.
 
PE 477 Water Safety Instructor 3 cr
Trains prospective instructor candidates for American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certification. Candidates will learn how to teach all levels of swimming and basic diving to students of all ages. How to organize classes, use of lesson plans and practice teaching skills. Prerequisite: Proficient swimmer in all seven strokes. See department secretary for specific skill requirements.
 
PE 478 Coaching Theory 3 cr
Introduction to the profession of coaching. Topics include: physical, mental, and organizational preparation, teaching strategies (individual and team aspects), legal liability, officiating, and national guidelines.
 
PE 480* Rehabilitation of Athletic Injuries 3 cr
Theory, current research, principles, application and techniques of rehabilitation used to treat injuries to athletes and the physically active are studied. Psychological and physical parameters of rehabilitation and exercise conditioning are presented.
 
PE 481* Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training 3 cr
Theory, current research, principles, application and techniques of various therapeutic modalities used in treating athletes and the physically active are studied.
 
PE 482*

Advanced Athletic Training

3 cr
Advanced and contemporary topics, issues, and application in athletic training.
 
PE 490 Special Topics in HPELS 3 cr
A varying content course treating different aspects of health, physical education, and leisure studies. May be repeated for credit when course content varies.
 
PE 494 Directed Study in Health, PE and Leisure Studies 1-3 cr
Directed research. Prerequisite: Permission of department. No more than two directed studies can be counted toward the Bachelor's Degree and Class B Certification.
 
PE 495* Internship in HPELS 1-12 cr
Observation and supervised practicum experiences in a professional setting. May be repeated for credit not to exceed 12 hours. Special permission required.
 
PE 496* Practicum in Athletic Training III 1 cr
A practical and clinical experience to allow students to develop and master skills, methods, and techniques associated with various therapeutic exercise, rehabilitation and reconditioning programs commonly used by athletic trainers serving the physically active. A minimum of 200 hours of clinical work during afternoon and evening hours and a weekly seminar is required.
 
PE 497* Practicum in Athletic Training IV 1 cr
A practical and clinical experience to allow students to develop and master skills, methods, and techniques associated with various therapeutic modalities in rehabilitation and reconditioning programs commonly used by athletic trainers serving the physically active. A minimum of 200 hours of clinical work during afternoon and evening hours and a weekly seminar is required.
 
PE 498 Seniors Honors Project 3-6 cr
Under the advice and guidance of a faculty mentor, honors students will identify and carry out a research project, relevant to the fields of Health, Physical Education and Leisure Studies that will lead to a formal presentation at the annual Honors Student Colloquium. The senior project will be judged and graded by a three faculty committee chaired by the honors mentor. This course is required for Honors recognition and may be repeated for up to six credit hours. Prerequisite: Participant in honors program and junior level status.
 
PE 499* Clinical Internship in Athletic Athletic Training 6 cr
This course provides supervised clinical experiences in a traditional athletic training setting. The student will serve as a team trainer for an athletic team for an entire sport season. A minimum of 300 hours of clinical work during afternoon and evening hours and a weekly seminar is required.
 

*Only for students admitted to teacher candidacy.

 
 

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