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children and appropriate activities lor this age group Includes opportuni-
ties to improve personal skills, develop units, and leach peers and school-
age children

HPED 2 IX reaching Secondary Physical Education 2c-2l-2cr

Prerequisites: I DSP 102, EDI < 242. lll'l I) 142

\n introduction to instructional methods in physical education with an em-
phasis on program standards, objectives, anil assessments foi ninth through
twelfth grades Provides an overview of characteristics of high school stu-
dents and appropriate activities for this age group Includes opportunities
to improve personal skills, develop units, and teach peers and secondary
school students

HPED 221 Human Structure and function 3c-0l-3cr

Anatomical organization of the human body, surveyed in sufficient depth

to prepare students foi physiology, biomechanics, and adaptive physical
education.

HPED 242 Emergency Health ( arc lc-21-lcr

Prerequisites: Admission to teacher education program and junior

standing

American Red Cross Standard, Advanced, and Instructor's certification and

Multimedia Instructor's certification awarded upon successful completion

of this course

HPED 251 Eoundations of Safety and Emergency

Health Care 3c-01-3cr

Focuses on accident prevention, injury control, and first respondcr's skills
I mph.isi/es identification of causes of accidents, recommended counter-
measures, and mitigation. American Red Cross certifications are issued in
I t standard first aid. 2) community (PR. v) instructor of standard first aid.
and 4) instractoi ol community CPR

HPED 252 Introduction to the Driving Task 2c-2l-3cr

Provides an in-depth treatment of operating a motor vehicle competently

in all major variations and under most conditions encountered in traffic. A
competent operator is one who performs the total driving task know ledge -
ablv and skillfully and demonstrates full understanding and application of
identification, prediction, decision, and execution process

HPED 261 Water Safety Instructor lc-21-lcr

Prerequisites: Basic swimming skills

Students leara to teach children and adults basic sw miming and water safety
skills Emphasis placed upon proper body mechanics and teaching progres-
sions Students have opportunity to earn American Red Cross Water Safety
Instructor certification upon successful completion of course requirements

HPED 263 Aquatics 0c-2l-lcr

Basic performance techniques in swimming strokes presented with special
emphasis on teaching methodology, aquatic sports and games, water safety,
skin diving, springboard lining, and other aquatic activities.



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IIPED 264 Advanced Aquatics Oc-21-lcr

Swimming ami rescue skill-, necessary to complete American Red t Iross
Senior Lifesa\ ing Course. Emphasizes a broad range of other aquatic
experiences and teaching strategies.

HPED 270 Instructor of Handicapped Swimming 0c-2l-1cr

Prerequisite: HPED 261

Concerned with the learning of skills used to teach swimming to excep-
tional children. All handicaps are considered. Important no1 onlj in physi-
cal education but also for the mentally retarded, rehabilitation education.
agency personnel, postgraduate swimming education. Y\K \ Boys Clubs,
community programs, private clubs, and industrial programs. The Red
Cross certification Instructor of Swimming tor the Handicapped is granted
upon successful completion ol the course. Taught in the Summer only.

HPED 271 Instructor of Scuba Diving 0c-2l-lcr

Prerequisite: HPED 262

Prepares instructors to teach skin and scuba diving. Emphasizes teaching
methods, use and mechanics ot equipment, safety, diving physics and
physiology, and advanced diving skills. Instructor of Scuba Diving certifi-
cate granted by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors upon
successful completion of the course. Taught in the Summer only.

HPED 272 Instructor of Canoeing 0c-2l-lcr

Prerequisite: HPED 266

( 'oncemed with the learning of skills pertinent to teaching canoeing to
beginners. All aspects of canoeing including paddling, repair of equipment,
white water canoeing, safety, survival, and teaching techniques are
presented. The Red Cross certification Canoeing Instructor is granted upon
successful completion of the course. Taught in the Summer only.

HPED 273 Instructor of Sailing 0c-2l-lcr

Prerequisite: HPED 266

Concerned with learning of skills pertinent to teaching beginning sailing.
All aspects of sailing are considered, including the elements of sailing,
repair of equipment, racing, safety, and techniques of teaching. Taught in
the Summer only.

HPED 274 Instructor of Infants and Preschoolers in

Swimming Oc-21-lcr

Prerequisites: HPED 261, instructor permission

Methods course for preparation of swimming instructors in the knowledge
and skills of teaching young children to swim. YMCA certification Instruc-
tor of the Very Young granted upon successful completion of course
requirements Taught in the Summer only.

HPED 276 Coaching of Swimming 0c-21-lcr

Prerequisite: HPED 261

A lecture-discussion methods course to prepare Health and Physical Educa-
tion majors for coaching of su miming Emphasizes training methods,
officiating, nutrition, scientific principles, and meet strategy. Taught in the
Summer only.

HPED 279 Swimming Pool Maintenance and Chemistry 2c-0l-2cr
\ lecture-discussion course to leach fundamental water chemistry, filtra-
tion, treatment of water problems, winterization of outdoor pools, and
pool management. Emphasizes water testing and analysis of chemicals and
bacteria. Taught in the Summer only

HPED 280 Aquatic Facilities Management 2c-0l-2cr

An organizational and administrative course to prepare the aquatic profes-
sional for management of indoor and outdoor facilities Includes facility
design, safety procedures activity, and sport and recreational aspects

HPED 281 Special Topics var-l-3cr

Prerequisite: \s appropriate to course content
Offered on an experimental or temporary basis to explore topics not
included in the established curriculum. A given topic may he offered under
any special topic identity no more than three times. Special topics
numbered 2N1 arc offered primarily lor lower-level undergraduate students.



HPED 285 Croup/Individual Exercise Leadership
Prerequisite: PESP Exercise Science Majors



lc-21-tcr



Provides theoretical know ledge of leadership skills necessary to design,
implement, and evaluate sale and effective exercise progi up and

uuliv idual settings \n emphasis « ill be placed on group exercise leadership
and fitness instruction. Students will also be introduced to the management

and administration of such programs Observations within the field will be
required, as well as opportunities to apply introductory concepts of
exercise training through practical application

HPED 286 Strength/Personal Training Practicum lc-ll-2cr

Prerequisite: PESP Exercise Science Majors

Provides theoretical knowledge of leadership skills necessary to design,
implement, and evaluate safe and effective personal training programs An
emphasis will be placed on individualized fitness instruction and the devel-
opment of training programs for cardiovascular fitness and strength.
( (bsei vat ions within the field will be available as well as opportunities to
apply introductory concepts of exercise training through practical
application.

HPED 292 Introduction to Sport Management 3c-01-3cr

Introduces theories and practices in the field of sport management.
Emphasizes management principles, leadership competencies, ethical
principles, and governance in the sport industry. An introduction of sport
marketing, sport finance, and sport law is provided.

HPED 315 Biomechanics 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: HPED 221

A study of the relationship between mechanical and physical principles and
human movement.

HPED 316 Teaching Elementary Health Education 2c-0l-2cr

Prerequisites: EDSP 102. HPED 142

Introduces the theories of instruction and methods for teaching health edu-
cation to elementary school students. Identifies developmental^ appropri-
ate teaching methods and activities, reviews and assesses current health
curriculum, and demonstrates the use of technology in the health class-
room. Provides opportunities for observation, lesson planning, and
teaching in both rural and inner-city health education classrooms

HPED 318 Preprofessional Experience I 3c-0l-lcr

Prerequisite: EDUC 242, HPED 216. HPED majors only
Students teach as assist, mis to a faculty member in two different activities,
one in physical education (general education) and one in elementary physi-
cal education. Emphasizes unit development, class management, leadership
skills, and evaluation.

HPED 319 Preprofessional Experience II 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisites: Junior status (57cr or morel. HPED 343 and 411 with a
grade of C or better in each

Students may request an assisting teaching leadership assignment in certain
university-related areas that may be either instructional or noninstructional
in nature Examples of such professional areas are adaptive, recreation.
dance, coaching, aquatics, intramurals. administration, elementary, service
or major classes, club activities, and assisting in laboratory or the training
room.

HPED 320 Managing Facilities and Events in Sport 3c-OI-3cr

Investigates the management functions necessary to operate a variety ot
sport facilities I mphasizes liability risk reduction, staffing, design and
renovation, maintenance, and amenities pertinent to sport facilities
Strategies for managing a sporting event are presented and practiced.

HPED 325 School and Communitv Health 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: HPED 142

Introduces the role of school and communitv in protecting and promoting
the health of its members Includes historical development of the concepts
of health and health education, identification of national and communitv
goals to reduce risk of disease and enhance health status, and the responsi-
bilities of both School and community toward achieving these goals

HPED 333 Psychology ol < oachiag 2c-OI-2cr

The goals of athletics in schools and communities, principles and responsi-
bilities of the coach: current problems



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ni'i it 135 Mhletk « oacblng )< in i,i

\ lecture course to prepare student* foi coaching oi administering an
athletic program I mphasizes the professional preparation and responai
bilitics ol a coach, the support and auxiliary personnel working undci the
coach, the coach's responsibility lo the athletes, plus the administrative
responsibilities ol coaching

iiri n ; u I valuation 111 Health and Physical Education )c-0l-3ci
i'i, requisite: lunioi standing

I valuation theory, instructional objectives, and cognitive test construction;
technical and practical considerations in testing and interpretation ol tesi
results in both health and physical education

iti-t i) mi P hysiol o gy • > i I tercssc U-ni-Ur

Prerequisite: 1 1 i'i D 221 with .i grade oi C oi betta
Physiological effects >>i exercise in humans Majoi Factors ol diet, condi-
tioning, physical fitness, m.i\muim performance level, and fatigue are
considered

ii i'i i) <44 Adapted Physical Vctivity and Spoil 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: Hi'i D 209, ::i

Recognition of structural deviations, corrective exercises, physical activity,
and sport lor mJiv iduals with .i w ide range of disabilities.

lll'M) u^ tthietic [raining 3c-0l-3cr

Prerec|uisite: HI'I I' 221 or equivaleni applied anatomy course
\ survey of common athletic injuries with emphasis on etiology, patho-
physiology, and classification General injury assessment and management
procedures arc also presented

HPED 346 MhUiic [raining Lab uc-21-lcr

( ..requisite: HI'I I) J45

Develops basic athletic training skills foi the beginning and intermediate
athletic training student Emphasizes athletic taping and wrapping.
contemporary immobilization and ambulation devices, protective spoils
equipment, and transportation and transfer of the injured athlete

111*1 l> <4~ Physiology of Exercise Laboratory 0c-21-ler

( ..requisite: lll'M) 343

Laboratory experiences designed to illustrate physiological responses to

exercise Skills associated with the use of current laboratory equipment and

techniques are developed. Supplements lecture-based content from HPED

J43

II I'I I) 35(1 Health Aspects of Vying 3c-01-3cr
Prerequisites: PSY( 101, SOC 151. and junior standing

Current theory and research related to gerontology are introduced to in-
crease understanding of the physical and psychosocial dimensions of aging.
Additionally, emphasizes lifestyle factors and disease prevention aspects ol
aging Recommended tor students v. ho plan to work w ith older adults.

HPED 353 Driver Education Program Management 3c-01-3cr

Emphasizes the development, organization, and management of high
school dmer education from the standpoint of its historical development

to its present programs designed to meet the demands of the highway
transportation system Special emphasis on the role of the teacher in
conducting a high-quality program that meets with student, parent, school,
and community approval.

HPED 354 Application of Driver Education Instructional

Modes 2c-2l-3cr

Prerequisites: 1IPLD 251, 252, 353

Prepares prospective driver education teachers to plan, teach, and evaluate
the four modes of driver education (classroom, on-road. simulation, and
multiple-vehicle range) Teaching high school students in supervised
laboratory sessions is provided

HPED 365 Advanced Athletic Training 3c-2l-4cr

Prerequisites: HPED 345. 146

Teaches assessment procedures, evaluation methods, and proper athletic
training protocol for neuromuscular and skeletal muscle injuries In addi-
tion, administrative issues in athletic training are addressed emphasizing



accurate uie.ln.il dot umentation Empl •. eiivc and objective

ineiii and dot umentation >>i findii

ni'i ii J70 Adapted Health and Physical i ducation U 0l-3cr

Prerequisites: I DSP 102 HI'I l> 209 ..i i I the

following 1 11*1 I) 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, oi H6

Introduces the educational issues and methods used to effectively in

Students with disabilities and other issues lhat become barriers to learning
Includes a Study "I current laws and guidelines regarding the legal rights ,,l
Students with disabilities and their parents Identities low and high incidence
ol disabilities, recognitions ol structural deviation, and corrective exercises

Introduces instructional adaptations to facilitate learning in the health
classroom and gymnasium

HI'I I) J72 Health and Physical Education for Special

Populations 2c-OI-2cr

Prerequisites: I 1)1 \ 112. junior level or above

Methods and techniques Oi teaching health and physical education to

special populations are explored. Primarily for students majoring in special
education I ocuses on handicapping conditions, limitations imposed hy

such conditions, and the responsibility of the special education teacher
working in the physical education setting

HPED 375 Physiological Basis of Strength [raining 'i-W-3cr

Prerequisite: HPED 221 with a grade of( or better
(nves the student the anatomical and physiological basis of muscle func-
tion Students should also gam an understanding of changes that can be
made through weight training and knowledge of programs that will bring
about these changes Opportunities for working with various tvpes of
equipment will be available.

HPED 376 Athletic Iraining Clinical Practicum 1 0c-2l-lcr

Prerequisites: HPED 251. 34s. 345

Provides the opportunity to develop and demonstrate proficient psycho-
motor skills within the domains of athletic injury prevention and acute
care, in coordination with a one-semester clinical field experience This
clinical field experience allows an opportunity to practice and apply skills
taught under the direction of a clinical instructor within the IIP Athletic
Department or an affiliated clinical site. Specific skills emphasized include.
hut are not limited to. those relating to safety risk management, condition-
ing, equipment lining, taping and wrapping, acute care, and transportation
transfer of the injured athlete Restricted to students seeking certification
by the National \thlctic Trainers Association

HPED 377 Athletic Training Clinical Practicum II 0c-2l-lcr

Prerequisite: HPED 365

Provides the opportunity to develop and demonstrate proficient psycho-
motor skills within the domain of athletic injury assessment, in coordina-
tion with a one-semester clinical field experience. This clinical field ex-
perience allows an opportunity to practice and apply skills taught under the
direction of a clinical instructor within the II IP Athletic Department or an
affiliated clinical site. Specific skills emphasized include, but are not limited
to, those relating to anatomical landmarks' identification, orthopedic and
neurological evaluation, and general medical examination Restricted to
students seeking certification by the National Athletic Trainers Associa-
tion.

HPED 380 Seminar in Sports Medicine 2c-OI-2cr

Prerequisite: HPED 345 or instructor permission

Presents comprehensive instruction in such areas as health care administra-
tion, pharmacology, radiology, technological advances in sports medicine,
and other contemporary issues

HPED 385 General Medical Conditions in

Athletic Iraining 2c-0l-2cr

Prerequisites: HPED 345 and 365 or instructor permission
Provides an overview of general health assessment and physical examina-
tion techniques related to the physically active A systemic approach is
used to address issues related to the anatomy, pathology, physiology, and
diagnostic testing of both general conditions and diseases of the human
body in physically active indiv iduals and mdiv iduals with disabilities



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HPEI) 408 Guided Research Problem var-2cr

Prerequisite: Permission of department chairperson
Selection and research of a problem pertinent to student interests and those
of the professions of health, physical education, and recreation (lasses

held on a seminar basis.

HPEI) 410 Exercise Prescription 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: HPEI) .'43 with a grade of C or better
Designed to teaeh individuals to write exercise prescriptions based upon a
subnet's tolerance for physical activity Special emphasis is on risk factors.
techniques ol evaluation, drugs, injuries, environmental factors, and
motivation and their role in physical activity assessment.

HPED 411 Physical Fitness Appraisal 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: HPED 343 with a grade of C or better
Involves the selection, administration, and interpretation of various tcsis
for appraising the physical fitness levels of individuals. Information given
concerning the \ anous fitness components and discussions held so that
each student gams an understanding of the variables to be tested.

HPED 412 Physical Activity and Stress Management 3c-0l-3cr

Acquisition of necessary understanding of anxiety and stress, their nature,
place in society, and intervention strategies as they relate to physical
activity

HPED 413 Physical Activity and Aging 3c-0I-3cr

Prerequisite: HPED 343 with a grade of C or better
Presents major aspects of physical activity, its importance to the older
adult, and the organization of an activity program. Attention to physiol-
ogy of physical activity, effects of activity on growth and aging, exercise
prescription, flexibility, overweight and obesity, and motivational
strategies.

HPED 414 Exercise Electrocardiography lc-ll-2er

Corequisite or Prerequisite: PESP Exercise Science Majors, HPED 343
Provides an introduction to the basic concepts of electrocardiography
(ECG). including an understanding of electrophysiology, electrode lead
placement, both rhythm strips and 12-lead interpretation. Utilizing
electrocardiograms, students will also be able to recognize normal and
abnormal rhythms, including those ECG abnormalities brought about by
exercise. Normal and Abnormal responses during Graded Exercise Testing
will also be interpreted.

HPED 426 Health Science Instruction 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: HPED 316. EDUC 242. admission to teacher education
program

An overview of health curriculum K-12. with a focus on middle school and
secondary health education teaching methods and media of instruction. In-
cludes unit development, opportunities for classroom instruction, and
guidelines for maintaining professional growth, Explores current research
in classroom techniques, motivational strategies, and assessment of student
learning.

HPED 430 The American Woman and Sport 3c-0l-3cr

Comprehensive, multidisciplinary analysis of the problems, patterns, and
processes associated with the sport involvement of girls and women in our
culture. Presents historical perspective with an emphasis on physiological,
psychological, and sociocultural influences

HPED 441 Psychosocial Implications for Health and

Physical Education 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: Senior standing

A studs of psychological and sociological influences, both theoretical and

empirical, and their effects upon health and physical performance.

HPED 442 Senior Seminar: Professional Development
in Health. Physical Education, and Sport 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: 90cr completed

For majors ol Health. Physical Education, and Sport. Related to profes-
sional development issues and transition from college graduate to entry-
level professional. Includes development of an electronic portfolio, assess-



ment of postgraduation educational opportunities, and exploration ol
information literacy.



HPED 445 Business Practices in Sport 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: HPED 292, 520

I ocuses on the application of business practices to operate a successful
sports organization, ropics emphasized are promotion in sport, sport
marketing, financing a sports organization, sport sponsorships, sales
practices, public relations strategies, and media interaction. The unique
application to the sport industry is emphasized.

HPEI) 446 Therapeutic Modalities 3c-2l-4cr

Prerequisite: HPED 365

A basic introduction to the use of therapeutic modalities and the role ihev
plav in the rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Physical agents used in the
care of athletic injuries are presented highlighting the physiological effects
of each modality, as well as indications and contraindications lor their use.

HPED 447 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Instructor Ic-ll-lcr

Prerequisite: Basic CPR certification

A study of methods and skills necessary to certify instructors of cardiopul-
monary resuscitation and multimedia first aid Successful completion of
requirements leads to certification by the American Health Association and
the American Red Cross. Taught in the Summer only.

HPED 448 Therapeutic Exercises for Athletic Injury

Management 3c-2l-4cr

Prerequisite: HPED 365

The theoretical framework lor athletic injur) assessment and management
of the injured athlete is discussed \ problem-solving approach to the selec-
tion and implementation of specific tests and therapeutic interventions is
utilized An overview of therapeutic management as well as the develop-
ment of skill in basic therapeutic exercise procedures for improving muscle
performance, relaxation, and mobilization are included.

HPED 450 Curriculum and Programming in Sexualitv

Education 3c-0l-3cr

Topics include anatomy and physiology of the human reproductive tracts.
development, birth defects, contraception, venereal disease, and abortion.
Not lor credit toward degrees in Biology.

HPEI) 460 Law and Issues in Managing Sport 2c-0l-2cr

Prerequisite: HPED 292

Emphasizes the interaction between the legal system and the sport
industry. Topics include liability risk management, contracts, torts, sports
agents, dispute resolution, and product liability. A focus on the influence ol
Title IX antitrust exemption, religion, drug testing, and ergogenic aids on

sport operations.

HPEI) 476 Athletic Training Clinical Practicum III 0c-2l-lcr

Prerequisite: HPED 365

Provides an opportunity to develop and demonstrate proficient psychomo-
tor skills within the domains of athletic training organization administra-
tion and education guidance, in coordination with a onc-scmester clinical
field experience This cluneal field experience allows an opportunity to
practice and apply skills under the direction of a clinical instructor within



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