PEP 594 - Teaching Physical Education to People with Disabilities Understanding of the various physical (orthopedic, muscular-skeletal, cardiovascular, and postural) defects and sensory (hearing and sight) disorders in relation to physical education programming and activities.
College: Applied Science & Tech. Hours: 3 Permission: Y Co-requisite: none Prerequisite: none
PEP 608 - Motor Learning A study of the relationship between principles of psychology and the learning of motor activities. Classroom and laboratory experience.
PEP 612 - Motor Development Lifespan human motor development emphasizing major theoretical viewpoints, research methodology, and conditions affecting motor development including physical growth, physiological change, perceptual change, cognitive change, sociocultural practices, and intervention.
PEP 613 - Physical Fitness Seminar The role of physical fitness in society today with emphasis on scientific principles and methods for developing physical fitness. Promotion and future directions of physical fitness programs.
PEP 616 - Developing Motor Behavior: Theory and Practice Focus on the theory and practice of movement skill learning with emphasis on Laban's movement analysis framework, stages of learning, teaching styles, and application of research findings to the instructional setting.
PEP 685 - Curriculum Development in Physical Education Curriculum development in physical education focusing on current theories and models including conditions affecting the curriculum, proper scope and sequence, scheduling, implementation and change theories, and curriculum evaluation techniques.
SPTAD 695 - Sport Supervision Development of supervision policies and procedures for use with coaches and other athletic personnel.
PEP 601 - Research for the Sport Practitioner Examination of research related to sport studies. Emphasis placed on the critical evaluation of research and its applicability to practice.
SPTAD 603 - Seminar in Ethics and Philosophy in Sport Administration The ethical and philosophical concepts that determine the direction and reputation of amateur and professional sport programs. Major current issues and problems in sports will be studied. Prerequisite: permission of the sport studies program director.
SPTAD 611 - Sport Marketing The application of the principles of promotion and marketing to the sport and fitness industry including the area of professional sports, corporate fitness, college/high school athletics, clubs, and resorts.
SPTAD 615 - Sport Law The study of legal issues related to all aspects of amateur sports and the professional sports industry.
SPTAD 676 - Sport Administration Administrative theory and guidelines for the operation of sports programs at the interscholastic and intercollegiate levels. An overview of changing emphasis in the operation of sports programs, administrative theory as the framework for decision making, a look at athletics in current societal thought, and consideration of sound practices in the various areas of athletic administration.
EXSCI 604 - Essentials of Resistance Training and Conditioning Designed to give the scientific basis of resistance training and conditioning and the ability to apply that knowledge with specific training techniques. Prerequisite: permission of the program coordinator.
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