140
BEGINNING BADMINTON
1 Unit
PE 140 provides instruction in the fundamental skills and knowledge of rules and play in the sport of badminton. Development of singles and doubles strategies, competitive participation and the use of badminton as a lifelong physical activity are emphasized.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: None.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

141
INTERMEDIATE BADMINTON
PE 141 provides instruction in intermediate level techniques and strategies in badminton. Development of biomechanics and fitness in fundamental skills is emphasized, as well as more advanced shots and game play strategies for both singles and doubles.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: PE 140.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

150
BEGINNING BASKETBALL
1 Unit
PE 150 teaches the beginning concepts of basketball as a life-time activity. Instruction includes practice in fundamental techniques, rules of basketball, development of team play, and competitive participation. Students learn fundamental warm-up and cool-down techniques, basketball fundamentals, safety, and physiological and psychological benefits of playing basketball.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: None.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

151
INTERMEDIATE BASKETBALL
1 Unit
PE 151 teaches the intermediate concepts of basketball as a life-time activity. Instruction includes a review of the fundamental techniques, rules of basketball, development of team play and competitive participation. Students also learn several offensive and defensive strategies and game planning, how to organize effective practice drills to perfect offensive and defensive player development, and the physiological and psychological benefits of playing basketball, and the psychological considerations of competition.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: PE 150
Transfer credit: UC, CSU, USC

152
ADVANCED BASKETBALL
1 Unit
PE 152 teaches the advanced concepts of basketball and the application of practice and game situational strategies. Instruction includes a review of intermediate techniques, rules of basketball, development of team play and competitive participation. Students also learn several offensive and defensive strategies and game planning, how to organize effective practice drills to perfect offensive and defensive fundamentals, and the physiological and psychological considerations of basketball competition.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prequisite: PE 151.
Transfer credit: UC, CSU, USC

200
FLAG FOOTBALL
1 Unit
PE 200 is instruction and practice in the fundamentals of flag football with a focus on the development of team play and competition. This course covers the fundamental motor skills of flag football and introduces the student to the rules of different organizations, proper etiquette, and team strategies for game play. Social skills, sportsmanship and teamwork are emphasized.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: None.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

201
INTERMEDIATE FLAG FOOTBALL
1 Unit
PE 201 offers instruction and practice in intermediate flag football techniques and team play in a recreational environment. This course builds upon the basic skills, team play, and offensive and defensive fundamentals learned in Physical Education 200. Rules, football etiquette, and team strategies are major components of this course.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: None.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

202
BEGINNING GOLF
1 Unit
PE 202 introduces students to the fundamentals of golf. Instruction and practice on the golf range and course include an overview of equipment, rules and etiquette, proper swing technique and mental aspects of game play. This course is conducted at an off-campus golf facility.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: None.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

203
INTERMEDIATE GOLF
1 Unit
PE 203 offers instruction and practice in intermediate golf. This course builds on the application of the fundamental knowledge and skills developed in PE 202. Students learn intermediate level golf techniques including analysis of the course, shot strategies and problem-solving skills. This course is conducted at an off-campus golf facility.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: PE 202.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

204
ADVANCED GOLF
PE 204 offers instruction and practice in advanced golf. This course builds on the application of the intermediate knowledge and skills developed in PE 203. Students learn advanced level golf techniques including advanced skill development, strategies of game play, and mental preparation techniques. This course is conducted at an off-campus golf facility.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: PE 203.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

215
SELF DEFENSE TECHNIQUES FOR WOMEN
1 Unit
PE 215 is designed to help women focus on principles and practical aspects of personal safety. The course covers methods and tactics of practical self defense, including alternatives for situational defense strategies. It provides rigorous conditioning exercises and develops skills in perception, analysis, escape, compromise, avoidance, blocking, throwing, and striking.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: None.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC

217
INTRODUCTION TO BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU
1 Unit
PE 217 instructs students in the basics of the martial art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Instruction focuses on nogi, ground-based techniques including guard positions, mount positions, escapes, sweeps and submissions. Application focuses on development of fundamental techniques, conditioning and body control as well as the philosophical principles of the “gentle art” of self-defense, and maintaining a mutual respect and consideration between training partners.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: None.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC

238
BEGINNING SOCCER
1 Unit
PE 238 teaches the beginning concepts of soccer in a recreational
environment. Instruction includes basic skills of soccer: passing, receiving, trapping, dribbling, and control techniques. Students learn the fundamental history, rules, etiquette, and safe play pertaining to soccer.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: None.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

239
INTERMEDIATE SOCCER
1 Unit
Physical Education 239 offers instruction and practice in intermediate soccer techniques and team concepts in a recreational environment. This course builds upon the application of basic skills, team play, and offensive and defensive fundamentals learned in PE 238. Rules, soccer etiquette, and team strategies are major components of this course.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: PE 238 or equivalent.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

240
ADVANCED SOCCER
1 Unit
PE 240 teaches advanced concepts of soccer in a recreational environment. The main goal is to provide the studentwith continued advancement in soccer while incorporating a better understanding of teamwork and communication. The course emphasizes principles relating to advanced individual skills, theory, tactics, rules, and strategy. Team competition is a major component of the course.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: PE 239 or equivalent.
Transfer credit: CSU

261
BEGINNING TENNIS
1 Unit
PE 261 covers the beginning concepts of tennis. Emphasis is placed on fundamental skills including rules, terminology, and court etiquette. Instruction is given in the basic strokes: forehand, backhand, volley, and serve.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: None.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

262
INTERMEDIATE TENNIS
1 Unit
PE 262 builds on fundamental knowledge of tennis rules, etiquette, basic skills, strokes, footwork, scoring and strategy. Emphasis is on intermediate skills development including: shot placement in game situations, the lob and overhead smash, and the use of spins in fundamental strokes.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: PE 261 or equivalent.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

263
ADVANCED TENNIS
1 Unit
PE 263 offers instruction and practice in advanced tennis techniques, strategy, conditioning, and preparation for tournament play. The emphasis is on providing the student with several advanced techniques to utilize during match and tournament play. The course offers students the opportunity to improve their level of play through various advanced drills and techniques that build on fundamental and intermediate skills. Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: PE 262 or equivalent.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

274
BEGINNING VOLLEYBALL
1 Unit
PE 274 teaches the beginning concepts of volleyball in a recreational environment. Instruction includes six basic skills of volleyball: passing, setting, hitting, serving, blocking and individual defense. Students learn the fundamental history, rules, etiquette, and safe play pertaining to volleyball. Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: None.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

275
INTERMEDIATE VOLLEYBALL
1 Unit
PE 275 offers instruction and practice in intermediate volleyball techniques and team concepts in a recreational environment. This course builds upon the application of basic skills, team play, and offensive and defensive fundamentals learned in PE 274. Rules, volleyball etiquette, and team strategies are major components of this course.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: PE 274 or equivalent.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC

276
ADVANCED VOLLEYBALL
1 Unit
PE 276 teaches advanced concepts of volleyball in a recreational environment. The main goal is to provide the student with continued advancement in volleyball while incorporating a better understanding of teamwork and communication. The course emphasizes principles relating to advanced individual skills, theory, tactics, rules, and strategy. Team competition is a major component of this course.
Laboratory 3 hours.
Prerequisite: PE 275 or equivalent.
Transfer credit: CSU, UC, USC
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