Physical Education

Programs

Course Descriptions

PE0001: Community Health & Conditionin

Credits 1
This course is designed for non-degree seeking individuals only. Emphasis on proper exercise form and exposure to various exercise equipment. The class does NOT fulfill general education physical education requirements.

PE1001: Indiv. Health and Conditioning

Credits 1
This course provides an emphasis on individual appropriate exercise program, proper exercise form and exposure to various exercise equipment. This course does not fulfill the physical education requirement of the general education requirements. Sixteen hours (16 hr) of physical activity logged in the SCCC wellness center is a requirement for this course. Students are required to check in and out of the wellness center with the front desk staff. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1113: Personal Fitness Trainer !

Credits 3
This is a three hour theory course presented in the classroom and online. The online portion of the course requires the student to have the following software on their personal computers or access to: Microsoft Word; Microsoft Excel; and Microsoft Powerpoint. Each student will need access to the Internet. The course is designed to acquaint the student with the fundamentals of human movement science, integrated program design, optimum performance training, nutrition and supplementation, and client interaction and professional development. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1161: Personal Fitness Trainer II

Credits 1
This course is a continuation of the Personal Fitness Trainer I course and is presented in the classroom, online, and with practical applications. The online portion of the course requires the student to have the following software on their personal computers or access to Microsoft Word; Microsoft Excel; and Microsoft Powerpoint. Each student will need access to the Internet. The course is designed to acquaint the student with the fundamentals of human movement science, assessments, training concepts, and program design. Students will meet in the classroom and online for lecture, notes, and quizzes and will meet in the wellness center for the practical application of the course. The practical application of the courese will require students to work with their instructor and with their client and apply the personal training concepts that they have learned in class. The student must demonstrate the ability to apply the personal training concepts before they can pass the course. Prerequisite: Personal Fitness Trainer I.

PE1201: Yoga

Credits 1
This is a user-friendly fitness style of yoga suitable for the general and athletic population. This class will demonstrate new ways to move, breathe, stretch, and feel. Traditional yoga postures will be linked with flowing fitness moves. Students will breathe better, move easier, and be more comfortable. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1291: Tai Chi

Credits 1
One credit hour and two hours of lab per week. Tai Chi consists of a series of slow, continuous movements designed to relax and develop the whole body. Increased balance, body awareness, muscle tone, flexibility, digestion and reduced stress are all part of Tai Chi. One of its great attractions is that no matter what your age you can practice its full range of movements. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1311: Aquarobics I-IV

Credits 1
This course is a variety of basic aerobic exercises and wall toning in the water to improve muscle strength, muscle endurance, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance and body composition. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1352: Scuba Diving

Credits 2
20 hours of classroom instruction and 20 hours of pool instruction. This class includes scuba theory, design, physics, physiology, and safety. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1431: Concepts of Health and Wellness

Credits 1

This course provides a survey of health/wellness and fitness concepts and practices. It will provide a framework for improving the overall health status of the students on our campus. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1491: Ballroom Dance

Credits 1
This class includes basic steps in current ballroom dances and knowledge of ballroom etiquette.

PE1503: Concepts of Exercise Science

Credits 3
Lecture course that is designed to explore the principles and practices which will provide the foundation for the health and fitness disciplines. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1511: Camp Skills

Credits 1
One credit hour lab that meets one evening a week with the Hiking/Backpacking and Field Biology classes. This course introduces students to actual field experiences. It provides both a challenge and opportunity for the student to live comfortably in a wilderness environment. Instruction is provided in trip planning, gear selection, outdoor-living techniques, cooking, etc. The voyager is challenged to solve diverse problems with a limited number of resources. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1521: Hiking and Backpacking

Credits 1
One credit hour meeting one hour per week. This course introduces students to actual field experiences. It provides both a challenge and opportunity for the student to live comfortably in a wilderness environment. Instruction is provided in trip planning, gear selection (packs, boots, etc.), technique in basic hiking and some minor rock climbing, general rules for environmental friendliness, outdoor-living techniques, etc. The student is challenged to assess, analyze and solve a variety of situations with limited resources. The student must also be able to hike at altitude with a pack for up to 10 miles per day. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1551: Cheerleading I-IV

Credits 1
These courses are designed to impart knowledge and practical experience in progressive sophistication and difficulty of cheerleading skills, coordination, crowd motivation, gymnastic skills, and practical experience in field-expedient physical and mental conditioning. Each course emphasizes techniques of leadership, teamwork, physical coordination, improvement of muscle strength, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, muscle endurance and safety. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1731: Archery

Credits 1
One credit hour, meeting two hours per week. This class emphasizes the fundamentals of archery with attention given to techniques, rules, terminology, scoring, and safety. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE1761: Lifestyle Management

Credits 2
Lifestyle Management is an introductory course to physical fitness and wellness. The focus is on altering a person's present lifestyle to include exercise. Students will learn the basic concepts of an exercise program, develop a program and participate in the program (independently). Self-motivation will play an important role in completing the individual exercise program. Taught via EduKan.

PE2112: Responding to Emergencies

Credits 2
This 2-hour course is designed to prepare students to respond to emergency situations with the confidence to perform the necessary skills.For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE2213: Personal & Comm Health

Credits 3
This course involves a study of basic health problems, hazards and changes. It is geared strictly for the college student and the changing outlooks of today.

PE2312: Theory of Coaching Basketball

Credits 2
To present different ideas on teaching and coaching the game of basketball. To cover fundamentals, as well as, philosophies of offense and defense, and styles of individual and team play. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE2322: Theory of Coaching Baseball

Credits 2
Taught as a practical approach at helping the student understand and implement coaching baseball in a way that can help both the student and the players under him or her. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE2413: Intro to Health, PE, and Rec

Credits 3
This class is an introductory course designed for men and women entering the field of Physical Education and related areas. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE2502: CPR/AED for Prof. Rescuer SM

Credits 2
This course is designed for students with a sports medicine scholarship to develop CPR/AED and sports medicine clinical skills to assist the certified athletic trainer in the athletic training room. Those enrolled in this course will be required to attend/complete all class meetings, skills demonstrations and written examinations.

PE2621: Sports Medicine Practicum I

Credits 1
This course is designed to develop athletic training knowledge and clinical skills through online instruction and clinical hours performed by the student with a certified athletic trainer. Those enrolled in this course will be required to complete 50 clinical hours with a certified athletic trainer or physical therapist if not completed with the instructor. The online portion of the course requires the student to have the following software on their personal computers or access to: Microsoft Word; Microsoft Excel; and Microsoft Powerpoint. Each student will need access to the Internet. The course is designed for the student interested in athletic training, sports medicine, or physical therapy. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE2631: Sports Medicine Practicum II

Credits 1
This is the second of two required courses in the athletic training curriculum. Increasing knowledge and practical applications required of athletic trainers is a primary purpose in each practicum. Basic skills from previous practicum will be repeated in the day to day operation of the training room. The content of this course is the concentration of basic first aid skills, preventive measures, and the basic use of modalities in the training room.

PE2641: Sports Medicine Practicum III

Credits 1

This is the third level in a sequence of four levels. This course is designed to increase knowledge and practical applications for the student trainer to allow him/her to gain the skills necessary to become successful trainer candidate. Basic skills form previous practicum will be repeated in the day to day operation for the training room. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE2651: Sports Medicine Practicum IV

Credits 1

This is the fourth level in a sequence of four levels. This course is designed to increase knowledge and practical applications for the student trainer to allow him/ her to gain the skills necessary to become successful trainer candidate. Basic skills from previous practicums will be repeated in the day to day operation for the training room. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PE2712: Lifeguard Training

Credits 2
This course is designed to provide individuals with the basic knowledge and skills to recognize an aquatic emergency and take the appropriate action. Participants will also receive knowledge on pool sanitation, record keeping, training of staff, water rescues and special concerns. For each unit of credit, a minimum of three hours per week with one of the hours for class and two hours for studying/preparation outside of class is expected.

PEB1101: Athletic Cond I Baseball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics.

PEB1111: Athletic Cond. II Baseball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics.

PEB1151: Var Athletics I Baseball

Credits 1
The course will involve daily practice before a matches and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, Jayhawk Conference and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level.

PEB1161: Varsity Athletics II Baseball

Credits 1
The course will involve daily practice before a matches and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, Jayhawk Conference and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level.

PEB2111: Athletic Cond. III Baseball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics.

PEB2121: Athletic Cond. IV Baseball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics.

PEB2151: Varsity Athletics III Baseball

Credits 1
The course will involve daily practice before a matches and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, Jayhawk Conference and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level.

PEB2161: Varsity Athletic IV Baseball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on the Varsity Baseball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PEC1101: Athletic Conditioning I Soccer

Credits 1

This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics.

PEC1111: Athletic Conditioning II Soccer

Credits 1

This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics. 

PEC1151: Varsity Athletics I Soccer

Credits 1

The course will involve daily practice before a match and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, KJCCC, and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level. 

PEC1161: Varsity Athletics II Soccer

Credits 1

The course will involve daily practice before a matches and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, KJCCC, and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level. 

PEC2121: Athletic Conditioning IV Soccer

Credits 1

This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics.

PEC2151: Varsity Athletic III Soccer

Credits 1

The course will involve daily practice before a matches and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, KJCCC, and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level. 

PEC2161: Varsity athletic IV Soccer

Credits 1

The course will involve daily practice before a matches and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, KJCCC, and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level. 

PEE1101: Athletic Conditioning I Esports

Credits 1

This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics.

PEE1111: Athletic Conditioning II Esports

Credits 1

This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics.

PEE1151: Varsity Athletics I Esports

Credits 1

The course will involve daily practice before a match and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, Jayhawk Conference and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level.

PEE1161: Varsity Athletics II Esports

Credits 1

The course will involve daily practice before a match and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, Jayhawk Conference and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level.

PEE2111: Athletic Conditioning III Esports

Credits 1

This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics.

PEE2121: Athletic Conditioning IV Esports

Credits 1

This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate sports. This preparation will be accomplished through an intensive weight training, swimming conditioning program, and plyometrics.

PEE2151: Varsity Athletic III Esports

Credits 1

The course will involve daily practice before a match and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, Jayhawk Conference and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level.

PEE2161: Varsity athletic IV Esports

Credits 1

The course will involve daily practice before a match and/or game. The course will also involve participating in collegiate games and/or matches in accordance with the NJCAA, Jayhawk Conference and the guidelines of the SCCC Athletic Department. Players will gain competitive skills and improve skills that they already possess by competing against competition at the collegiate level.

PEK1101: Athletic Cond I Basketball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (basketball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PEK1111: Athletic Cond. II Basketball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (basketball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PEK1151: Var Athletics I Basketball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Basketball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PEK1161: Var Athletics II Basketball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Basketball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PEK2111: Athletic Cond. III Basketball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (basketball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PEK2121: Athletic Cond. IV Basketball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (basketball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PEK2151: Var. Athletics III Basketball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Basketball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PEK2161: Var Athletics IV Basketball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Basketball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PES1101: Athletic Cond I Softball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (softball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PES1111: Athletic Cond. II Softball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (softball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PES1151: Var Athletics I Softball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Softball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PES1161: Varsity Athletics II Softball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Softball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PES2111: Athletic Cond. III Softball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (softball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PES2121: Athletic Cond. IV Softball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (softball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PES2151: Var. Athletic III Softball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Softball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PES2161: Varsity Athletics IV Softball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Softball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PET1101: Athletic Cond I Tennis

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (tennis). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PET1111: Athletic Cond. II Tennis

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (tennis). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PET1151: Var Athletics I Tennis

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Tennis Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PET1161: Varsity Athletics II Tennis

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Tennis Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PET2111: Athletic Cond. III Tennis

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (tennis). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PET2121: Athletic Cond. IV Tennis

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (tennis). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PET2151: Varsity Athletics III Tennis

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Tennis Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PET2161: Varsity Athletics IV Tennis

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Tennis Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PEV1101: Athletic Cond I Volleyball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (volleyball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PEV1111: Athletic Cond. II Volleyball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (volleyball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PEV1151: Var Athletics I Volleyball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Volleyball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PEV1161: Varsity Athletic II Volleyball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Volleyball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PEV2111: Athletic Cond. III Volleyball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (volleyball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PEV2121: Athletic Cond. IV Volleyball

Credits 1
This course physically prepares the student/athlete to participate at the varsity level of collegiate athletics (volleyball). This preparation will be accomplished through intensive weight training, swimming, conditioning program and polymerics.

PEV2151: Var. Athletic III Volleyball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Volleyball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.

PEV2161: Varsity Athletic IV Volleyball

Credits 1
Inter-school competition between varsity level players. This course represents credit given to any student enrolled who intends to participate on Varsity Volleyball Team. This credit is based on the student's active participation in daily practice sessions and any other activities assigned by the head coach. Game participation is not considered evaluation criteria due to the nature of the sport (playing time, red-shirt participation, injuries, etc.) Practice and other activity participation can be held on any day of the week and may have varying starting and ending times.