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Kinesiology

Movement Science
Physical Education
Health and Fitness
Psychosocial Kinesiology
Athletic Training
Minors
Courses of Instruction

The Department of Kinesiology offers programs of study designed to provide students with the educational background necessary for the pursuit of careers in a variety of movement-based professions. The Bachelor of Science degree is offered with majors in Movement Science, Physical Education, Health and Fitness, and Psychosocial Kinesiology. In addition, the department offers minors in Movement Science and Health, and an educational program in Athletic Training that is accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. A variety of activity courses satisfying the University Core Curriculum requirement for Physical Education are also offered by the department.

The curriculum for each major academic area is comprised of three components: (1) 28 hours of Foundation courses common to all majors; (2) 12 hours of Emphasis courses specific to each major area; and (3) 23-28 hours of Associated Requirements taken outside the department that are intended to supplement the departmental courses.In addition to the major requirements, students must take UCR and elective course to accumulate a minimum of 124 hours for the Bachelor of Science degree. The department emphasizes learning experiences beyond the classroom environment. Students are required and/or encouraged to participate in research, internships, and special projects which are arranged through academic advisors.

Pass/No Credit Option. No Foundations, Emphasis, or Associated Requirements courses may be taken on a pass/no credit basis.

A. Major: Movement Science

The Movement Science option provides students with the educational background required for a variety of movement-based professions. Students who select this major often continue their education in graduate programs in Kinesiology or Physical Therapy. Students are advised to consult with their advisor as early as possible in order to coordinate elective courses with specific interests.

1. University Curriculum Requirements 47 hours.

2. Major: Movement Science 40 hours.

Foundations

KINE 10011 Personal Fitness
KINE 10103 Foundations of Kinesiology
KINE 10603 Anatomical Kinesiology
KINE 20503 Motor Behavior
KINE 20613 Measurement & Evaluation in Kinesiology
KINE 30423 Motor Development
KINE 30623 Biomechanics
KINE 30633 Exercise Physiology
KINE 30713 Psychology of Sport
KINE 30803Adapted Physical Activity

Emphasis Courses

KINE 30503 Fitness Assessment
KINE 40103 Seminar in Kinesiology
KINE 40903 Senior Internship
KINE 40793 Senior Research

3. Associated Requirements 23 hours.

CHEM 10113 Freshman Chemistry
CHEM 10123 Freshman Chemistry
CHEM 10122 Chemistry Laboratory
BIOL 20204 Anatomy and Physiology
BIOL 20214 Anatomy and Physiology
PHYS 10153 General Physics
PHYS 10151 Physics Laboratory
MATH 10053 Precalculus Algebra
MATH 10043 Elementary Statistics

4. Electives as needed to complete 124 hours.

B. Major: Physical Education

The physical education option provides students with the educational preparation for a career in the teaching profession. Students may choose all-level or secondary certification. Secondary certification requires students to select a second teaching field and complete student teaching in both teaching areas. In order to earn a teaching certification, students must meet and comply with the requirements described in the "Teacher Education Program" section of this bulletin. Specific requirements involve criteria for admission and retention to the teacher education program, and admission to student teaching.

1. University Curriculum Requirements 47 hours.

Major: Physical Education 40 hours.

Foundations

KINE 10011 Personal Fitness
KINE 10103 Foundations of Kinesiology
KINE 10603 Anatomical Kinesiology
KINE 20503 Motor Behavior
KINE 20613 Measurement & Evaluation in Kinesiology
KINE 30423 Motor Development
KINE 30623 Biomechanics
KINE 30633 Exercise Physiology
KINE 30713 Psychology of Sport
KINE 30803 Adapted Physical Activity

Emphasis Courses- All Level

KINE 20403 Physical Education for Elemen-tary School Children
KINE 40313 Individual and Dual Sports
KINE 40343 Team and Group Sports
KINE 40623 Physical Education for Second-ary School Youth

Emphasis Courses- Secondary

KINE 30723 Curriculum and Program Design in Secondary Physical Education
KINE 40313 Individual and Dual Sports
KINE 40343 Team and Group Sports
KINE 40623 Physical Education for Second-ary School Youth

3. Associated Requirements 24 hours.

All-Level Certification

EDUC 3013 Foundations of Education
EDUC 30123 Educational Psychology
ECUC 30143 Child and Adolescent Develop-ment
EDSP 30603 Study of Exceptional Students
EDUC 40213 Promoting Literacy in the Content Subjects
EDSE 50013 Instructional Planning
EDEL 40990 Student Teaching in the Elemen-tary School (3 hours)
EDSE 40980 Student Teaching in the Second-ary School (3 hours)

Secondary Certification

EDUC 30013 Foundations of Education
EDUC 30153 The Adolescent Learner
EDUC 30163 The Adolescent Learner in Schools
EDSP 30603 Study of Exceptional Children
EDSE 50013 Instructional Planning
EDRE 40213 Promoting Literacy in the Con-tent Subjects
EDSE 40980 Student Teaching in Secondary School (6 hours)

4. Electives as needed to complete 124 hours.

C. Major: Health and Fitness

The Health and Fitness option provides students with the educational foundation required for pursuit of fitness-related careers. Students interested primarily in exercise prescription, assessment, cardiac rehabilitation, and the planning, organizing, and administration of fitness programs should select this option.

1. University Curriculum Requirements 47 hours.

2. Major: Health and Fitness 40 hours.

Foundations

KINE 10011 Personal Fitness
KINE 10103 Foundations of Kinesiology
KINE 10603 Anatomical Kinesiology
KINE 20503 Motor Behavior
KINE 20613 Measurement & Evaluation in Kinesiology
KINE 30423 Motor Development
KINE 30623 Biomechanics
KINE 30633 Exercise Physiology
KINE 30713 Psychology of Sport
KINE 30803 Adapted Physical Activity

Emphasis Courses

KINE 30503 Fitness Assessment
KINE 30733Exercise Psychology
KINE 40503 Fitness Programming
KINE 40903 Senior Internship

3. Associated Requirements 26 hours.

NTDT 10403 Nutrition
NTDT 30123 Nutrition Throughout the Life Cycle
BIOL 20204 Anatomy and Physiology
BIOL 20214 Anatomy and Physiology
MANA 30153 Organizational Management
HLTH 20233 Drugs and Human Health
HLTH 30203 Health and Stress Management
HLTH 40203 Study of Human Disease

4. Electives as needed to complete 124 hours.

D. Major: Psychosocial Kinesiology

The Psychosocial Kinesiology major provides students with the educational background required for a variety of movement-based professions such as activity leaders, coaches, and athletic academic advisors. Students who pursue this major may also continue their education in graduate programs in kinesiology, specifically sport and exercise psychology, sport sociology, and sport management.

1. University Curriculum Requirements 47 hours.

2. Major: Psychosocial Kinesiology 40 hours.

Foundations

KINE 10011 Personal Fitness
KINE 10103 Foundations of Kinesiology
KINE 10603 Anatomical Kinesiology
KINE 20503 Motor Behavior
KINE 20613 Measurement & Evaluation in Kinesiology
KINE 30423 Motor Development
KINE 30623 Biomechanics
KINE 30633 Exercise Physiology
KINE 30713 Psychology of Sport
KINE 30803 Adapted Physical Activity

Emphasis Courses

KINE30733Exercise Psychology
KINE 40103 Seminar in Kinesiology
KINE 40903 Senior Internship
KINE 40793Senior Research

3. Associated Requirements 23 hours.

MATH 10043Elementary Statistics
PSYC 10514Principles of Behavior
PSYC 30041Psychology of Group Processes
PSYC 30343Social Psychology
PSYC 30363Abnormal Psychology
SOCI 20213Introductory Sociology
SOCI 30743Men, Women and Society
SPCO 10123Basic Speech Communication

4. Electives as required to complete 124 hours.

E. Athletic Training

The Department of Kinesiology offers an Athletic Training Program that is certified by the Committee on Accreditation of Allied Health Programs (CAAHEP). This program is available to students majoring in the Department of Kinesiology. Admission to become a student athletic trainer is by application to the academic coordinator of the program. This individual can be contacted through the Department of Kinesiology or the training room in TCU athletics. Successful candidates will have a strong academic record, a background in the natural sciences, and experience in athletic training during their high school years. Those who do not have previous experience in athletic training, but are judged to have potential as a student trainer, will be considered, especially if they have strong academic credentials.

Once admitted to the Athletic Training Program, students must maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least a 2.5, and must receive no lower than a "C" in all major Foundations, Emphasis, and Associated Requirements, and all Athletic Training Program courses. Students who do not meet these requirements will be placed on probation for a semester. If after one semester they have not achieved a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.5 and/or have not replaced grades below a "C" with a "C" or better, they may be dismissed from the program, or allowed to continue for a maximum of one additional probationary semester. The latter condition will be granted only with permission from the academic coordinator of the Athletic Training Program and the chair of the Department of Kinesiology. In addition to the academic requirements, students must demonstrate satisfactory performance in the clinical progression of skills as determined by the athletic training staff. The clinical progression is specified in the Athletic Training Handbook given to each student trainer admitted to the program.

The courses listed below are those that are required specifically for athletic training. When combined with one of the majors in the Department of Kinesiology, because of the overlap in coursework, the Athletic Training Program requires only 20 to 33 hours beyond the major, depending on which of the four majors is chosen. Teacher certification may be required in order to be an athletic trainer in some public schools.

Athletic Training 48 hours.

KINE 10101 Practicum in Athletic Training I
KINE 10201 Practicum in Athletic Training II
KINE 20101 Practicum in Athletic Training III
KINE 20201 Practicum in Athletic Training IV
KINE 10603 Anatomical Kinesiology
KINE 20303 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
KINE 30303 Physical Examination of the Extremities
KINE 30623 Biomechanics
KINE 30633 Exercise Physiology
KINE 30713 Psychology of Sport
KINE 30803Adapted Physical Activity
KINE 40303 Advanced Athletic Training
KINE 40523 Therapeutic Modalities
KINE 40533 Therapeutic Exercise
HLTH 20203 Health and Wellness Concepts
NTDT 10403 Basic Nutrition
BIOL 20204 Anatomy and Physiology
BIOL 20214 Anatomy and Physiology

F. Minors

The Department of Kinesiology offers academic minors in Movement Science and Health.

1. Minor: Movement Science 18 hours.

KINE 10603 Anatomical Kinesiology
KINE 20503 Motor Behavior
KINE 30423 Motor Development
KINE 30623 Biomechanics
KINE 30633 Exercise Physiology

Choose one of the following:

KINE 30713 Psychology of Sport
KINE 30503 Fitness Assessment
KINE 30803 Adapted Physical Activity

2. Minor: Health 18 hours.

HLTH 20203 Health and Wellness Concepts
HLTH 20233 Drugs and Human Health
HLTH 30203 Health and Stress Management
HLTH 30213 Health Aspects of Human Sexuality
HLTH 40203 Study of Human Disease

Choose one of the following:

HLTH 30633 Exercise Physiology
NTDT 10403 Nutrition
NURS 30023 Cultural and Ethical Aspects of Health Care
NURS 40303 Critical Inquiry into Health Care Delivery
SOWO 20833 Introduction to Social Work

The following is a complete list of courses offered by this department. Go to Class Search on Registrar's Page to see which courses are being taught this semester.


Courses of Instruction

Kinesiology Courses

KINE 10011 Personal Fitness. Principles, concepts, and components of physical fitness. Emphasis on design and practical implementation of individualized fitness program.

KINE 10101 Practicum in Athletic Training I. An introduction to the basic functioning of an athletic training facility to include basic administration and treatment of patients.

KINE 10103 Foundations of Kinesiology. An overview of the philosophical and historical perspectives of the academic discipline of Kinesiology. Current trends and topics are discussed to acquaint students with career opportunities in the various subspecialties within Kinesiology.

KINE 10201 Practicum in Athletic Training II. An introduction to use and design of athletic equipment and sportswear with special emphasis on emergency procedures and modalities for treatment of athletic injuries.

KINE 10433 Sports in America: A Socio-cultural Perspective. This freshman seminar course provides students with a forum to explore the influences of sport in American society. Students learn to formulate opinions on main topics as a result of readings, direct observation, and class discussion. Students then defend their opinions and ideas in written assignments, or during class discussions.

KINE 10603 Anatomical Kinesiology. A study of the gross structure of the human body with an emphasis on the relationship of anatomy to the study of physical activity, physical fitness, sport and exercise.

KINE 20101 Practicum in Athletic Training III. Supervised practice of clinical assessment skills for posture, gait, conditions and injuries of the physically active individual.

KINE 20201 Practicum in Athletic Training IV. Clinical assessment of general medical conditions and disabilities of athletes and other physically active individuals.

KINE 20303 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries. Prerequisite: KINE 10603. Study of recognition, prevention, reconditioning, and referral of athletic injuries.

KINE 20403 Physical Education for Elementary School Children. Prerequisite for Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. Presentation of various teaching strategies, procedures, classroom management, and evaluation techniques in order to meet goals and objectives of elementary physical education programs.

KINE 20412 First Aid: Responding to Emergencies. Theory and practice of first aid and accident prevention techniques as well as CPR instruction. Standard Red Cross certificate issued on successful completion of course and practical evaluation.

KINE 20503 Motor Behavior. Prerequisite: KINE 10603 or consent of instructor. Investigation of current theories of motor control, motor learning, and their relationship to the acquisition of motor skill.

KINE 20613 Measurement and Evaluation. Introduction to basic measurement and evaluation concepts and processes in Kinesiology and health.

KINE 20802 Coaching of Basketball. Theory and techniques relative to the skill and playing strategies in the sport of basketball.

KINE 20812 Coaching of Track and Field. Theory and techniques relative to the skill and playing strategies of the sport track and field.

KINE 20822 Coaching of Volleyball and Softball. Theory and techniques relative to the skill and playing strategies of the sports volleyball and softball.

KINE 20832 Coaching of Football. Theory and techniques relative to the skill and playing strategies of the sport of football.

KINE 20842 Coaching of Baseball. Theory and techniques relative to the skill and playing strategies of the sport of baseball.

KINE 30423 Motor Development. Prerequisite: KINE 10603 or consent of instructor. Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103 An examination of human motor behavior from birth to adulthood. Emphasis placed on the development of fundamental skills and their effect on future motor performance.

KINE 30303 Physical Examination of the Extremities. Prerequisite: KINE 10603 or consent of instructor. Critical examination of the principles and applications of various examination techniques for athletic related injuries of the extremities.

KINE 30503 Fitness Assessment. Prerequisite: KINE 10603 or consent of instructor. Practical experience in aspects of physical fitness and prescription. Students receive hands on experience in areas of testing required for ACSM health/fitness instructor certification.

KINE 30623 Biomechanics. Prerequisite: KINE 10603 or consent of instructor. Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. Mechanical foundation and analysis of human movement. Emphasis is placed on the concepts of linear and angular kinetics to include forces and torques that act on the human body during movement.

KINE 30633 Exercise Physiology. Prerequisite: KINE 10603 or consent of instructor. Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103 Physiological responses of the systems of the human body to acute and chronic exercise. Emphasis is on the processes and mechanisms responsible for such responses.

KINE 30713 Psychology of Sport. Prerequisite: PSYC 10203, PSYC 10514, or consent of instructor. Prerequisite for Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. Selected theories and practical applications germane to the understanding of psychological aspects of human behavior in sport settings.

KINE 30723: Curriculum and Program Design in Secondary Physical Education. Prerequisite for Kinesiology Majors: KINE 10103. The development of goals, objectives, and scope of secondary physical education. Emphasis is placed on the systematic process of designing and evaluating curriculum in secondary schools.

KINE 30733: Exercise Psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 10203, PSYC 10514, or consent of instructor. Prerequisite for Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. Selected theories and practical applications germane to the understanding of psychological aspects of human behavior in exercise settings.

KINE 30803 Adapted Physical Activity. Prerequisite. KINE 10603 or consent of instructor. Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. An overview of common disabilities and the relationship to appropriate physical activity experiences. Stress is placed on learning how to develop and adapt programs for individuals with disabilities in fitness, recreation, and school physical activity settings.

KINE 40103 Seminar in Kinesiology Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. An examination of current issues in the field of Kinesiology. Emphasis is on a critical examination of research processes, and the application of research findings relevant to disciplines within Kinesiology.

KINE 40303 Advanced Athletic Training. Prerequisite: KINE 20303. Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. Study of advanced theories, techniques, and application of skill relative to athletic injury care and rehabilitation.

KINE 40313 Individual and Dual Sports. Prerequisite for Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. The development of knowledge, skill and play relative to selected individual and dual sports and activities in the field of Physical Education and recreation. Focuses on phases of skill development and teaching progression.

KINE 40343 Team and Group Sports. Prerequisite for Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. The development of knowledge, skill, and play relative to selected team and group sports and activities in the field of Physical Education and Recreation. Focuses on various phases of skill development and teaching progression.

KINE 40503 Fitness Programming. Prerequisites: KINE 10603 and KINE 30503 or consent of instructor. Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103 Theoretical and practical applications of exercise assessment and exercise prescription in commercial fitness, community fitness, and cardiac rehabilitation.

KINE 40523 Therapeutic Modalities. Prerequisite: KINE 20303. Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. Critical examination of concepts and applications of therapeutic modalities and rehabilitative techniques regarding athletic injury.

KINE 40533 Therapeutic Exercise Prerequisite: KINE 20303. Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. An upper level implementation of therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation techniques for the treatment of athletic injuries. Practical application of anatomy and physiology will provide for acquisition of clinical skills.

KINE 40623 Physical Education for Secondary School Youth. Prerequisite for Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. Examination of scope and value of Physical Education in the secondary schools. Factors essential to curriculum planning and instruction included. On-site clinical experiences.

KINE 40700 Practicum in Adapted Physical Activity. Prerequisite for Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. This course will provide hands-on teaching opportunities at schools servicing a variety of individuals with disabilities. Students will participate in the planning and implementation of appropriate physical activity programs. On-site clinical experiences.

KINE 40760 Practicum in Kinesiology. Prerequisite: Senior standing and consent of department. Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. Practical experience in an area of Kinesiology (1-3 sem hours).

KINE 40780 Special Problems in Kinesiology. Prerequisite: Senior standing and consent of department. Kinesiology majors only: KINE 10103. Individual study involving research or other scholarly work in Kinesiology under the direction of a faculty member (1-3 sem hours).

KINE 40790 Senior Research in Kinesiology. Prerequisite: Senior standing and consent of department. Students work with individual faculty on a research project in an area of interest. The project involves formation of hypotheses, collection of data, and data analysis and interpretation.

KINE 40903 Senior Internship . Prerequisite: Senior standing and consent of department. Internship for the movement based professions. Students work with local professionals in an area related to their career interest.

Health Courses

HLTH 10603 Anatomical Kinesiology. Cross listed with KINE 10603.

HLTH 20203 Health and Wellness Concepts. A survey course designed to study basic health concepts and information relative to general areas of health. Relation of these concepts to personal lifestyles and healthy decisions.

HLTH 20233 Drugs and Human Health. The use and abuse of drugs in American contemporary society. Emphasis on the physiological, psychological, and sociological effects of drug abuse on personal and community health.

HLTH 20613 Measurement and Evaluation. Cross listed with KINE 20613

HLTH 30203 Health and Stress Management. A study of physiological, psychological, and sociological aspects of stress as related to overall health. Responses such as anger, fear, and depression with their underlying mechanisms in sates of health and disease will be examined. Emphasis is on identification of stressors and methods of prevention and coping with them.

HLTH 30213 Health Aspects of Human Sexuality. Sexuality as a normal aspect of life and as a source of creative energy. Study of physical, mental, emotional, social, and psychological phases of human sexuality as they are affected by male and female relationships.

HLTH 30633 Exercise Physiology. Cross listed with KINE 30633.

HLTH 40203 Study of Human Disease. An overview of the processes in human disease. The etiology, symptoms, treatment, and preventive measures of various diseases. Concepts of wellness are discussed.

HLTH 40213 Instructional Strategies in Health Education. Selection and application of teaching methods, materials and content, action-oriented classroom strategies and resources appropriate for Health Education at the various educational levels.

HLTH 40770 Special Problems in Health Education. Prerequisite: Senior standing and consent of instructor. Individual study involving research or other scholarly work in Health Education under the direction of a faculty member (1-3 sem hours).


Physical Activity Courses

General Information

1. General University requirement is 1 semester hour.

2. A student may elect to take up to 8 semester hours of physical activity classes for credit.

3. The purpose of these courses is to provide the student an opportunity to acquire basic skills, knowledge, strategies, and individualized instruction in a variety of physical activity based settings.

4. Students are encouraged not to repeat the same activity course for credit.

5. PEAC courses are Pass/No Credit.


Varsity Athletics

PEAC 10101 Football

PEAC 10111 Track and Cross Country

PEAC 10121 Golf

PEAC 10131 Tennis

PEAC 10141 Basketball

PEAC 10151 Baseball

PEAC 10161 Swimming and Diving

PEAC 10171 Gymnastics (Cheerleaders)

PEAC 10181
Soccer

PEAC 10191 Volleyball


Combatives

PEAC 10231 PERSONAL DEFENSE. Techniques and theories of basic personal defense skills.

PEAC 10261 KARATE. An introduction to the skills, techniques, strategies and conditioning of Karate.

Team Sports

PEAC 10301 FLAG FOOTBALL. Fundamental skills, techniques and strategies of flag football.

PEAC 10311 SOFTBALL. Fundamental skills, techniques and strategies of softball.

PEAC 10331 SOCCER. Fundamental skills, techniques and strategies of soccer.

PEAC 10341 BASKETBALL. Fundamental skills, techniques and strategies of basketball.


Physical Fitness

PEAC 10411 BODY CONDITIONING. Fundamental principles of exercise, individualized programs with lifetime fitness goals and fitness related activities.

PEAC 10421 WEIGHT TRAINING. Basic weight training techniques, personalized workout programs, and concepts and knowledge related to the development of individualized programs.

PEAC 10482 CYCLING. Equipment selection, safety, riding techniques and training programs associated with biking.

PEAC 10491 JOGGING. Techniques, principles and practice in jogging.


Dance

PEAC 10521 AEROBIC DANCE. Aerobic conditioning rhythmic workouts, with emphasis on fitness and cardiovascular conditioning while performing directed and individual routines.

PEAC 10531 MODERN DANCE. Techniques of modern dance with emphasis on fundamentals of movement, body technique, space and rhythm.

PEAC 10581 BALLET. Basic theory, skills and technique of beginning ballet for the non-dance major.


Aquatics

PEAC 10601 BEGINNING SWIMMING. Emphasis on stroke development and water safety designed for the non-swimmer.

PEAC 10611 INTERMEDIATE SWIMMING. Individual stroke development, conditioning and water safety. American Red Cross standards maintained with emphasis on improving swimming skills.

PEAC 10621 ADVANCED LIFESAVING AND CPR. Knowledge and skill development in accordance with American Red Cross standards. CPR involves various emergency first aid procedures. Lifesaving and CPR test and certification for those meeting required standards.

PEAC 10631 WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR'S COURSE. Lifesaving skills as well as a training program for students who want to teach swimming. Prerequisite: Current Red Cross Advance Lifesaving Certificate and strong execution of swimming skills.

PEAC 10651 SCUBA DIVING. Skill and safety instruction for underwater swimming and snorkeling. Equipment safety, rules of diving, skills and recreational benefits. Certification available.

PEAC 10671 WATER POLO. Fundamental skills, rules and offensive tactics of water polo. Conditioning and game situations.

PEAC 10691 SWIMMING CONDITIONING. Physical conditioning through aquatic activities. Concepts of swim conditioning and endurance as well as stroke improvement.


Racquet and Recreational Sports

PEAC 10711 BADMINTON. Skill, techniques of play and competitive strategies of badminton. Singles and doubles play.

PEAC 10721 RACQUETBALL. Fundamental skills, rules, basic shots, game strategies, equipment and safety of racquetball.

PEAC 10731 ADVANCED RACQUETBALL. Continuation of racquetball. Prerequisite: PEAC 10721 or equivalent experience.

PEAC 10741 BEGINNING TENNIS. Fundamental skills, basic strokes, rules, strategies and game play of tennis.

PEAC 10751 INTERMEDIATE TENNIS. Review of basic tennis skills as well as development advanced strokes, strategies and game play in both singles and doubles. Prerequisite: PEAC 10741 or equivalent experience.

PEAC 10761 ADVANCED TENNIS. Refinement of advanced techniques and strategies of tennis. Prerequisite: PEAC 10751 or equivalent experience.

PEAC 10771 BEGINNING GOLF. Fundamental skills of swing, stance, and basic club use, putting and practice in course play.

PEAC 10781 ADVANCED GOLF. Emphasis will be on skill and stroke improvement with individual assistance in game play.

PEAC 10801 FUNDAMENTALS OF BOWLING. Basic skills rules and strategies of bowling.

PEAC 20031 TEAM SPORTS. Fundamental knowledge and the development of skills associated with selected team sports.