Physical Education And Health
2005 - 2006 College of the Ozarks Catalog

Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science

The objectives of the Physical Education major are as follows: 1) acquire a knowledge of the foundation and application of physical education research; 2) develop knowledge of a wide variety of body management skills; 3) develop the ability to teach or promote physical fitness oriented activities in physical education classes, fitness programs, coaching, health careers, wellness and recreational activities. Students must have a grade of C- or better in the major.

Major in Physical Education
 
Core courses required of all Physical Education majors: 15-17 hours
PED 112 Introduction to History and Philosophical Principles of Physical Education WI (F/S) 2
PED 203 Structural Kinesiology (F) 3
PED 253 Principles of First Aid/Athletic Training (S) 3
PED 443 Organization & Administration of Health, PE and Rec. Programs WI Health, PE and Rec. Programs WI (S) 3
PED 453 Physiology of Exercise WI (F) 3
PED 46V Senior Seminar (F/S) 1-3
Double Major
K-12 Physical Education Emphasis/Secondary Education
Required major courses: 46-48 hours  
PED Core Courses 15-17
PED 202 Dance (F) 2
PED 212 Motor Learning (S) 2
PED 222 Movement and Rhythms (F) 2
PED 232 Psychology of Sports (F) 2
PED 242 Sociology of Sports (S) 2
PED 252 Methods of Adapted Physical Education (S) 2
PED 333 Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education (S-E) 3
PED 363 Outdoor Recreational Activities (S) 3
PED 383 Methods of Teaching Physical Education in PK-8 (F/S) 3
PED 393 Methods of Teaching Physical Ed. in Secondary School (F) 3
PED 402 Sports Skills Analysis of Team Sports (F) 2
PED 412 Sports Skills Analysis of Individual Sports (S) 2
PED 433 Mechanical Kinesiology (S) 3
K-12 Physical Education majors must double major in Secondary Education
Recreational Administration Emphasis
(Business minor or business minor equivalent required)
Required major courses: 36-41 hours  
PED Core Courses 15-17
PED 213/223 Sports Officiating (F/S) 3
PED 283 Water Safety Instructor (S-O) 3
PED 323 Lifeguard Training/Lifeguard Instructor (S-E) 3
PED 353 Leadership in Recreation (F-E) 3
PED 363 Outdoor Recreational Activities (S) 3
PED 373 Camp Administration/Counseling (S-O) 3
PED 48V Internship in Physical Education (F/S) 3-6
General Education courses specified by the major:  
PED 121 Swimming (Co-Ed) (F/S) 1
ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TWO COURSES 4
   BIO 114 General Zoology (F)  
   BIO 124 General Botany (S)  
BIO 254 Conservation of Natural Resources (F-odd) 4
(taken as additional Math/Science/Computer Science for B.S. Degree)  
Business minor requires 21 hours.  
Health/Wellness Emphasis
(Business minor or business minor equivalent required)
Required major courses: 31-36 hours  
PED Core Courses 15-17
PED 231 Weight Training (Beginning) (F/S) 1
PED 233 Personal and Community Health (F) 3
PED 363 Outdoor Recreational Activities (S) 3
PED 433 Mechanical Kinesiology (S) 3
PED 463 Exercise Testing and Prescription (S-O) 3
PED 48V Internship (F/S) 3-6
Required collateral courses: 13 hours  
FCN 303 Fundamentals of Human Nutrition (S) 3
PSY 103 Introduction to Psychology (F/S) 3
PSY 243 Alcohol and Drug Abuse (F/S) 3
BIO 224 Human Anatomy (taken as additional Math/Science/Computer for B.S. degree) (S) 4
Business minor requires 21 hours.  
Minor in Coaching*
 
Required minor courses: 21 hours  
PED 112 Introduction to History and Philosophical Principles of Physical Education WI (S) 2
PED 203 Structural Kinesiology (F) 3
PED 213/ PED 223 Sports Officiating (F/S) 3
PED 232 Psychology of Sports (F) 2
PED 243 Theory of Coaching (F-E) 3
PED 253 Principles of First Aid/Athletic Training (S) 3
PED 402 Sports Skills Analysis of Team Sports (F) 2
PED 443 Organization & Administration of Health, PE and Rec. Programs WI (S) 3
Recommended additional course: PED 412, Sports Skills Analysis of Individual Sports.
* The Physical Education department strongly recommends that an individual pursuing this minor have a season of varsity participation as a player, manager or student assistant.

COURSES IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PED)

101 Citizenship and Lifetime Wellness I A course addressing freshman needs for developing skills and attitudes for survival and success in college. This course will address and promote patriotic growth, citizenship development, leadership skills and intelligent decisions concerning health and wellness. (F)

111 Citizenship and Lifetime Wellness II A course addressing freshman needs for developing skills and attitudes for survival and success in college. This course will address and promote patriotic growth, citizenship development, leadership skills and intelligent decisions concerning health and wellness. (S)

112 Introduction to History and Philosophical Principles of Physical Education An introductory course designed to survey the history of physical activity and sports from ancient to the present time. Introduces the philosophical foundations and principles of a comprehensive physical education program. Writing Intensive. (F/S)

121 Swimming (Co-Ed) Required of all students. This course is designed for the non-swimmer and novice to learn the mechanics of swimming. (F/S)

131 Badminton and Net Sports This course is designed to provide basic skills, rules, techniques, strategies and knowledge in the various activities. (S)

141 Beginning Soccer and Volleyball This course is designed to provide basic skills, rules, techniques, strategies and knowledge in the various activities. (F)

151 Golf and Bowling This course is designed to provide basic skills, rules, techniques, strategies and knowledge in the various activities. (S)

161 Racquetball and Tennis This course is designed to provide basic skills, rules, techniques, strategies and knowledge in the various activities. (F/S)

171 Beginning Basketball and Softball This course is designed to provide basic skills, rules, techniques, strategies and knowledge in the various activities. (F)

181A* Intercollegiate Basketball (Women and Men) (S)

181B* Intercollegiate Baseball (Men) (S)

181C* Intercollegiate Volleyball (Women) (F)

181D* Intercollegiate Cheerleading (Women and Men) (S)

* may be repeated for a maximum of four semesters only.

191 Water Aerobics A course designed to emphasize conditioning and innovative aquatic activities, exercises and techniques of water sports beyond what is available in regular swimming courses. (F)

201 Special Activities in Physical Education This course consists of innovative physical activities and study beyond what is available in regular courses. The course is arranged through the instructor and approved by the Division Chair. May be repeated for a maximum of four credit hours. Pass/Fail. (F/S)

202 Dance—Prerequisite: PED 112. This course emphasizes the basic concept and application of dance activities, exercises and techniques of dance for the educational setting. (F)

203 Structural Kinesiology—Prerequisite: PED 112. This course provides an introduction to basic human anatomy and physiology with an emphasis on structure and function of human movement. (F)

211 Gymnastics This course introduces the student to the basic skills of gymnastics. (F)

212 Motor Learning—Prerequisite: PED 112. This course is designed to study the development of movement, competency and implication for skill learning in young people. (S)

213 Sports Officiating (Fall) This course consists of lecture, discussion and field experience in sports officiating. Sports covered include football, basketball and volleyball. Students may qualify for official certification by the Missouri State High School Activities Association. (F)

222 Movement and Rhythms—Prerequisite: PED 112. This course is designed to study the development of sequential fundamental movement patterns and various forms of physical activity expressed in creative rhythms. (F)

223 Sports Officiating (Spring) This course consists of lecture, discussion and field experience in sports officiating. Sports covered include baseball, softball, and soccer. Students may qualify for official certification by the Missouri State High School Activities Association. (S)

231 Weight Training (Beginning) An introductory course in weight training for those interested in improving strength and muscular development. (F/S)

232 Psychology of Sports—Prerequisite: PED 112. This course introduces the student to the mental aspects of sport and exercise performance. The applied psychological concepts and principles for enhancing human performance are investigated. (F)

233 Personal and Community Health A course which places special emphasis on acquiring knowledge, understanding, appreciation, skills, habits and practices on health matters as they relate to a person and community. (F)

241 Weight Training (Advanced) An advanced weight training course for those who desire a higher level of strength and muscular development. (F/S)

242 Sociology of Sports—Prerequisite: PED 112. This course introduces the student to the social psychological dimensions of sport and physical activity, including the effects of the coach, team and spectator on the athletes’ behavior. (S)

243 Theory of Coaching—Prerequisite: PED 112. This course will emphasize coaching techniques that cover the organization and administration as well as practice planning of sports typically offered by schools today. Motivation techniques will be stressed as well as the ability to work with participants and their support groups in a complex, contradictory and always changing society. (F-even)

252 Methods of Adapted Physical Education—Prerequisite: PED 112. This course is designed to examine the special education and related services designed to meet the needs of handicapped and disabled students participating in physical education. (S)

253 Principles of First Aid/Athletic Training—Prerequisite: PED 112 and PED 203. A course designed to emphasize the care and prevention of athletic injuries. This course will give tasks on recognition, evaluation, and problem solving with practical application of skills. Included will be workplace first aid procedures and learning CPR techniques and American Red Cross certification. Lab Fees. (S)

283 Water Safety Instructor—Prerequisite: PED 121 or permission. The focus of this course is to develop personal swimming and water safety skills with emphasis on developing the teaching of these skills to different age groups. This course enables the student to complete the requirements necessary to become certified as an American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor. Lab fees. (S-odd)

Prerequisite for all 300-400 level courses: 45 hours or permission.

302 Coaching Volleyball A course that emphasizes coaching techniques that cover the organization and administration of volleyball matches, individual techniques, team strategies and philosophies involved in competitive volleyball. (F-odd)

312 Coaching Football Emphasis in this course consists of coaching techniques covering organization and administration as well as offensive and defensive techniques, strategy and philosophy of football. (F-odd)

322 Coaching Basketball Emphasis in this course consists of coaching techniques covering organization and administration as well as offensive and defensive techniques, strategy and philosophy of basketball. (F-even)

323 Lifeguard Training/Lifeguard Instructor—Prerequisite: PED 121 or permission. This course is designed to develop a skilled swimmer with conditioning to meet the standards of American Red Cross. Attention will be focused on skills and knowledge required to properly assume the responsibilities of lifeguarding. Instructor certifications will also include the areas of CPR/PR, Community First Aid and Safety, Preventing Disease Transmission, Oxygen administration and Automated External Defibrillators. Lab fees. (S-even)

332 Coaching Track and Field Emphasis in this course consists of coaching techniques covering organization and administration, as well as techniques, strategy and philosophy of track and field. (S-odd)

333 Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education—Prerequisite: MAT 123 and PED 112 or permission. A study of evaluation procedures in physical education, the administration of such procedures and interpretation of the results by fundamental statistical methods. (S-even)

342 Coaching Baseball Emphasis in this course consists of coaching techniques covering organization and administration, as well as offensive and defensive techniques, strategy and philosophy of baseball. (S-even)

343 Health Education A course designed to study problems of school health services, healthful school living and health instruction programs in grades K-12. (S)

353 Leadership in Recreation—Prerequisite: PE major or permission. This course covers the philosophy and fundamental principles of leadership in the field of recreation. (F-even)

363 Outdoor Recreational Activities—Prerequisite: PE major or permission. Introduction to basic knowledge and skills of popular adventure activities, which may include shooting sports, angling, backpacking, orienteering, rock climbing, canoeing and wilderness living. Emphasizes attitudes, skills, environmental awareness, safety, teaching methodology and principles of group leadership as they relate to adventure activities. Field trips are required. (S)

373 Camp Administration/Counseling—Prerequisite: PE major or permission. This is designed as a practical guide for managing an organized camp for the new or experienced camper. This course incorporates the latest information available on current trends and standards affecting camp administration and counseling. Practical and specific guidance for understanding the various roles of the camp staff will be gained through lecture and field experience. (S-odd)

383 Methods of Teaching Physical Education in PK-8—Prerequisite: PED 112 or permission. This course is designed to acquaint the prospective elementary physical education teacher with teaching methods, program planning and activity selection, emphasizing movement education for grades PK-8. (F/S)

393 Methods of Teaching Physical Education in Secondary School—Prerequisite: PED 112 or permission. This course is a presentation of teaching methods, selection of activities and program planning for secondary physical education. (F)

402 Sports Skills Analysis of Team Sports—Prerequisite: PED 112 and PED 393 or permission. This course provides students with opportunities to analyze, organize, participate in and teach others the skills and strategies involved in the sports of softball, volleyball, flag football, basketball and soccer. (F)

412 Sports Skills Analysis of Individual Sports—Prerequisite PED 112 and PED 393 and PED 402 or permission. This course provides students with opportunities to understand theory and techniques of teaching tennis, pickle ball, racquetball, badminton, and golf, while emphasizing the development of motor skills analysis in these activities. (S)

433 Mechanical Kinesiology—Prerequisite: PED 112 and PED 203. This course is a study of the muscular, mechanical and kinesthetic principles of human movement, with a biomechanical approach to movement of the physical education activities. (S)

443 Organization and Administration of Health, Physical Education and Recreation Programs—Prerequisite: PED 112. A study of problems and methods of organization and administration of physical education and recreation programs. Writing Intensive. (S)

453 Physiology of Exercise—Prerequisite: PED 112. A course designed to explore the functions of the human body and changes which occur during physical activity. Writing Intensive. (F)

463 Exercise Testing and Prescription—Prerequisite: PED 112 and PED 453. An introduction to field and laboratory based physical fitness testing: application of physiological principles to design safe and effective exercise programs for the apparently healthy, as well as for individuals with obesity, coronary disease, diabetes, and other degenerative diseases. (S-odd)

46V (1-3) Senior Seminar—Prerequisite: PE major, senior standing and permission. A course designed to meet special needs and address any weakness found in the individual’s background. (F/S)

48V (1-6) Internship in Physical Education—Prerequisite: Physical Education major/minor and permission. It consists of practical, supervised experience in the fields of physical education, recreation, athletics and health. (F/S)

49V Special Problems in Physical Education—Prerequisite: PE major and permission. The principal purpose of this course is investigation of problems in physical education with emphasis on statistical method and scientific research techniques. (F/S)

 

2005 - 2006 College of the Ozarks Catalog