• Courses

    Courses

    PHED 1010 - Beginning Strength Training

    Goals: To acquire enough mastery of the skills, strategies, and rules to be able to enjoy participation for a lifetime. To understand the principles of physical fitness.

    Indoor activity.

    This course is not repeatable for credit.

    Credits: 0.5 credit

    PHED 1030 - Beginning Tae Kwon Do

    Goals: To acquire enough mastery of the skills, strategies, and rules to be able to enjoy participation for a lifetime. To understand the principles of physical fitness.

    Indoor activity.

    This course is not repeatable for credit.

    Credits: 1 credit

    PHED 1040 - Self Defense

    Goals: This course will focus on practical techniques for self-defense drawn from Shaolin Kenpo Karate. The course will also improve physical conditioning and instruct students in recognizing and avoiding threats.

    Content: Through solo and partnered exercises, as well as forms, students will learn how to strike and defend using a wide range of techniques. Defenses to specific attacks will be included, such as being grabbed from the front or behind, and defending against various punches and weapons attacks.

    This course is not repeatable for credit.

    Credits: 1 credit

    PHED 1060 - Racquetball

    Goals: To acquire enough mastery of the skills, strategies, and rules to be able to enjoy participation for a lifetime. To understand the principles of physical fitness.

    Indoor activity.

    This course is not repeatable for credit.

    Credits: 0.5 credit

    PHED 1100 - Intermediate Strength Training

    Goals: To acquire enough mastery of the skills, strategies, and rules to be able to enjoy participation for a lifetime. To understand the principles of physical fitness.

    Indoor activity.

    This course is not repeatable for credit.

    Credits: 0.5 credit

    PHED 1140 - Beginning Golf

    Goals: To acquire enough mastery of the skills, strategies, and rules to be able to enjoy participation for a lifetime. To understand the principles of physical fitness.

    Outdoor Activity

    Credits: 0.5 credit

    PHED 1150 - Beginning Tennis

    Goals: To acquire enough mastery of the skills, strategies, and rules to be able to enjoy participation for a lifetime. To understand the principles of physical fitness.

    Outdoor Activity

    Credits: 0.5 credit

    PHED 1170 - Personal Fitness

    Goals: To acquire enough mastery of the skills and strategies to be able to enjoy participation for a lifetime. To understand the principles of physical fitness.

    Taught: Spring

    Credits: 1 credit

    PHED 1390 - Scuba Diving

    Goals: To acquire the skills and knowledge to become a certified diver.

    Content: Scientific principles and techniques of scuba diving. Marine physics, physiology, and medical knowledge are studied to ensure a safe exposure to an underwater environment.

    Aquatic Activity

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHED 1400 - Fundamental Concepts of Physical Education

    Goals: To acquaint the student with an overview of the physical education profession, its associated disciplines and subdisciplines, and anticipated career opportunities open to physical education graduates. A major emphasis is placed on acquainting the student with the anatomy of the skeletal and muscular systems.

    Content: Philosophical, physiological, psychological, historical, and sociological foundations of physical education with major emphasis upon anatomy, muscular origin, insertion, and action.

    Taught: Annually.

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHED 1540 - Individual Activities

    Goals: To prepare prospective teachers to teach the activities listed below.

    Content: Teaching methods, knowledge, the execution of skills, analysis of movement, officiating, knowledge of rules, and strategies of the activities listed.

    Activities: Secondary teaching methods for the individual activities of physical fitness, aerobics/conditioning, gymnastics, tumbling, self-defense/wrestling.

    Taught: Biennially.

    Professional Activity Course for Teachers

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHED 1550 - Rhythms

    Goals: To prepare prospective teachers to teach the activities listed below.

    Content: Teaching methods, knowledge, the execution of skills, analysis of movement, officiating, knowledge of rules, and strategies of the activities listed.

    Activities: Fundamentals of folk dance, square dance, social, and modern dance.

    Professional Activity Course for Teachers

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHED 1570 - Lifetime Sports

    Goals: To prepare prospective teachers to teach the activities listed below.

    Content: Teaching methods, knowledge, the execution of skills, analysis of movement, officiating, knowledge of rules, and strategies of the activities listed.

    Activities: Tennis, badminton, racquetball, handball, bowling, recreational games, downhill and cross-country skiing, outdoor education, golf, and archery.

    Professional Activity Course for Teachers

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHEd 1650 - Team Sports

    Goals: To prepare prospective teachers to teach the activities listed below.

    Content: Teaching methods, knowledge, the execution of skills, analysis of movement, officiating, knowledge of rules, and strategies of the activities listed.

    Activities: Floor hockey, soccer, speedball, team handball, basketball, volleyball, softball, lacrosse, football, track and field, and cross-country.

    Professional Activity Course for Teachers

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHED 1800 - Fitness

    Goals: To acquire enough mastery of the skills, strategies, and rules to be able to enjoy participation for a lifetime. To understand the principles of physical fitness.

    Outdoor Activity

    This course is not repeatable for credit.

    Credits: 0.5 credit

    PHED 3030 - Intermediate Tae Kwon Do

    Goals: To acquire enough mastery of the basic physical fitness activities to encourage physical fitness activity for a lifetime. To understand the principles of physical fitness.

    Indoor Activity

    Credits: 1 credit

    PHED 3340 - Lifeguard Training

    This is the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course. The content includes surveillance skills, rescue skills, First Aid and CPR training, and professional responsibilities of the lifeguard.

    Prerequisite: American Red Cross swimming skills test.

    Professional Activity Course for Teachers

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHED 3350 - Teaching Water Safety Instruction (W.S.I.) Aquatics

    Goals: To prepare prospective teachers to teach the activity listed below.

    Content: Teaching methods, knowledge, the execution of skills, analysis of movement, officiating, knowledge of rules, and strategies of the activity listed.

    Activity: American Red Cross W.S.I. Certification (Water Safety Instruction).

    Professional Activity Course for Teachers

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHED 3700 - Coaching and Theory of Swimming

    Goals: To prepare prospective coaches to effectively coach sports teams in public and private schools as well as community youth leagues.

    Content: The various strategies, techniques, theories of team play; methods of organization, sports psychology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and training theory specific to swimming.

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHED 3710 - Coaching and Theory of Football

    Goals: To prepare prospective coaches to effectively coach sports teams in public and private schools as well as community youth leagues.

    Content: The various strategies, techniques, theories of team play; methods of organization, sports psychology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and training theory specific to football.

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHEd 3720 - Coaching and Theory of Basketball

    Goals: To prepare prospective coaches to effectively coach sports teams in public and private schools as well as community youth leagues.

    Content: The various strategies, techniques, theories of team play; methods of organization, sports psychology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and training theory specific to basketball.

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHED 3730 - Coaching and Theory of Track and Field

    Goals: To prepare prospective coaches to effectively coach sports teams in public and private schools as well as community youth leagues.

    Content: The various strategies, techniques, theories of team play; methods of organization, sports psychology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and training theory specific to track and field.

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHED 3740 - Coaching and Theory of Baseball/Fastpitch

    Goals: To prepare prospective coaches to effectively coach sports teams in public and private schools as well as community youth leagues.

    Content: The various strategies, techniques, theories of team play; methods of organization, sports psychology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and training theory specific to baseball and fastpitch.

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHED 3750 - Coaching and Theory of Hockey

    Goals: To prepare prospective coaches to effectively coach sports teams in public and private schools as well as community youth leagues.

    Content: The various strategies, techniques, theories of team play; methods of organization, sports psychology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and training theory specific to hockey.

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHEd 3780 - Coaching and Theory of Volleyball

    Goals: To prepare prospective coaches to effectively coach sports teams in public and private schools as well as community youth leagues.

    Content: The various strategies, techniques, theories of team play; methods of organization, sports psychology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and training theory specific to volleyball.

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHEd 3790 - Coaching and Theory of Soccer

    Goals: To prepare prospective coaches to effectively coach sports teams in public and private schools as well as community youth leagues.

    Content: The various strategies, techniques, theories of team play; methods of organization, sports psychology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and training theory specific to soccer.

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHED 3800 - Coaching and Theory of Strength and Conditioning

    Goals: To prepare prospective coaches to effectively coach sports teams in public and private schools as well as community youth leagues.

    Content: The various strategies, techniques, theories of team play; methods of organization, sports psychology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, and training theory specific to strength and conditioning.

    Credits: 2 credits

    PHED 5620- Adaptive/Developmental Physical Education

    Goals: To blend theory and practice of present trends in adaptive/developmental physical education. To enhance student knowledge about handicapping conditions as they relate to physical education. To inform students of the mandates of recent federal legislation. To develop a better appreciation for special students through direct experience in the school setting.

    Content: Public school programming in response to public laws 94-142, assessments used for entrance/exit criteria, developing an individualized education program (IEP), and providing an understanding of identifying a quality physical education program for students with special needs.

    Taught: Biennially.

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHED 5640 - LAB: Physiology of Exercise

    This lab must be taken concurrently with the PHED 5640 lecture. The lab itself has zero credit value.

    PHED 5640 - Physiology of Exercise

    Goals: Students will be able to describe how physical activity affects the functioning of specific systems of the human body.

    Content: Cell and tissue function, nervous system, endocrine system, cardio-respiratory and lymphatic systems, bioenergetics, body composition, the affect of training and diet on human performance.

    Taught: Annually.

    Prerequisites: BIOL 1120 and PHYS 1130, or CHEM 1100, or permission of instructor.

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHED 5850 - Physical Education in the Elementary School

    Goals: To know the theoretical basis of elementary physical education and strategies for implementing the program. To understand basic needs of children in today’s society, and to develop and organize material to be used in effective instruction programs.

    Content: Application of knowledge, skills, methods, and techniques.

    Taught: Biennially.

    Prerequisite: Junior or senior status.

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHED 5910 - Scientific Bases of Physical Education

    Goals: To acquire an in-depth perspective of the contributions of science and history to physical education.

    Content: The biological, philosophical, psychological, and historical bases of physical education.

    Taught: Annually.

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHED 5920 - Programming and Evaluation in Physical Education

    Goals: To acquaint students with problems, trends, principles, and techniques of curriculum development and evaluation of student performance in physical education. To familiarize students with the computer software available for programming and evaluation in physical education.

    Content: History and principles of program development and planning, Minnesota State education requirements, evaluation techniques used in analysis of fitness, motor skills, sports skills, and knowledge. Basic research methods and statistics.

    Taught: Annually.

    Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHED 5940 - Management of Physical Education and Athletics

    Goals: To become familiar with the functions and processes of management: planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and evaluating. To understand basic principles and practices of management as they relate to sport organizations. To understand critical professional skills needed for sport managers, with an emphasis on effective written communication. To develop an awareness and understanding of social issues related to sport management, including race, gender, and class.

    Content: Principles of management, organization theory, management of sport organizations, including physical education, interscholastic and intercollegiate athletics, amateur and professional sport, facility and event management, public relations, marketing, fiscal management, risk management, ethics, and social issues.

    Taught: Annually.

    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing or consent of instructor.

    Credits: 4 credits

    PHED 5950- Senior Seminar

    Students will identify and delimit a research problem, search and review pertinent literature, formulate a testable hypothesis, design and conduct research to test the hypothesis, analyze and report the results, and discuss the meaning and implications of the results. The final product must be presented in written form, and if judged to be of sufficient quality, may fulfill partial requirements for departmental honors.

    Taught: Annually.

    Credits: 4 credits

     

     

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