Physical Education/Non-Major (PEGN)

PEGN 200  Beginning Swimming 1 Credit


This course is designed for beginners with minimum aquatic knowledge and skill. The scope of the course covers a wide area of swimming strokes, and water safety procedures to develop healthful lifetime fitness goals. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education.

PEGN 230  Personalized Fitness 3 Credits


An introductory course in personalized fitness covering theories and techniques of the physiological and psychological components of fitness. Designed for second careers students. 3 hours lecture.

PEGN 242  Racquetball 1 Credit


Special fee. The origin, development, and present status in the sport of racquetball will be studied. Basic skills, game strategy, and rules will be taught and applied. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 251  Fitness for Life 1 Credit


This course will provide the student with an opportunity to recognize and develop cardiovascular conditioning, endurance and lifetime fitness skills. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 257  Weight Training and Conditioning 1 Credit


A regimen of physical fitness (conditioning) exercises will be established for the individual student, and assistance will be rendered to help him or her in following this regimen in order to reach his or her maximum physical potential (muscle tone and endurance). Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 258  Beginning Tennis 1 Credit


Fundamental skills of tennis, singles and doubles play. Appreciation of tennis as a leisure pursuit. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 262  Volleyball 1 Credit


Basic skills, game strategy and rules of volleyball. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 264  Soccer 1 Credit


The origin, development, and present status of soccer will be studied. Basic skills, game strategy, and rules will be taught and applied. As a service course to non-physical education majors, the principle aim is to introduce the student to the fundamentals of soccer. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 265  Figure Skating 1 Credit


Figure skating for the novice taught at an off-campus skating rink. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 266  Skiing 1 Credit


Special fee. The student is provided with information pertaining to basic techniques, safety, etiquette, and equipment relevant to his level of skiing. Instruction will be given on the slope for five weeks along with additional information to be given on campus. An additional fee is required for lift tickets and rental equipment. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 271  Social Dance 1 Credit


The course covers the traditional ballroom dances as well as current popular styles and routines. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 272  Bowling 1 Credit


Adequately prepare and develop the student with a background of the necessary skills essential to performing and understanding the art of bowling. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 275  Beginning Karate 1 Credit


Skills and development of personal ability in performance of the activity. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 278  Yoga 1 Credit


Instruction will be given in how to perform yoga postures, plus the techniques of breathing, relaxation, awareness, and concentration with their proper progression. The historical and psychological factors involved in the development of yoga, and its increasingly widespread appeal physically and philosophically will be dealt with. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education. 1.5 hours other.

PEGN 279  Climbing and Rappelling 1 Credit


Based on Adventure Education principles of experiential learning. In learning to climb, students will acquire skills in: communication, problem solving, trust development, promoting self-esteem, decision making, and leadership. Meets Gen Ed 2002 - Physical Education.