Testing and assessment of motor skills used in individual and team sports. Recommendations for further development of proficiency in
selected skills will be made as a result of the course evaluation.
Principles of measurement, statistical concepts, and standardized tests of performance-related and health-related fitness.
A study of health principles and activities for children that enhance positive lifestyle.
A view of middle school physical education students and movement programs to enhance motor performance and health-related performance.
Motor development, physical fitness, rhythmic activities, tumbling skills, and perceptual awareness skills and their application to child development (Prerequisite: All Level Kinesiology Majors Only).
Further sequential development of motor skills, physical fitness, rhythmic activities, and tumbling skills. Prerequisite: All Level Kinesiology Majors Only.
An overview of the impact of motor and physical fitness development upon children from birth to pre-adolescence. Activities to enhance motor development and provide a healthy lifestyle.
The interrelationship of kinematics and kinetics of motion. Physiological and psychological development of the child in relation to learning neuromuscular activities.
Basic first aid theory and skills. Techniques for the care and prevention of athletic injuries, including CPR.
Further sequential development of motor skills and physical fitness. Knowledge and skill for developing leisure and lifetime sports activities. Practical application of coaching theories including coaching techniques and officiating.
The humanistic foundations of movement with emphasis on history and philosophy. A study of the impact of motor learning, exercise physiology and biomechanics upon human physical performance (Prerequisite PEHP 3301 or PEHP 3302 or PEHP 3410)
The theoretical study and practical application of exercise through an understanding of the metabolic and energetic process. To include topics which impact performance such as body composition, nutrition, training, environment, aging, disease, and substance abuse.
Normal psychomotor development and study of the range of planned motor development and physical conditioning activities for young children and persons exhibiting delays in motor abilities.
(non-certification physical education)