Exercise Science/Theory (ES/T)

ES/T 107

FITNESS ASSESSMENT AND LABORATORY

2.5 UNITS

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 2 hours

Offered: ALL

Provides a platform to assess and implement fitness tests. Utilizes individual fitness assessment and client centered fitness assessment suited to all levels of fitness. Emphasizes measurements of body composition, cardiorespiratory fitness, nutritional analysis, stress, pulmonary function, flexibility, and muscular strength and endurance. Includes exercise recommendations. [D; CSU] (Formerly: ES/A 109;PE/A 109;HLTH 120;PE 156)

ES/T 108

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: BASKETBALL I

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Conditioning for athletics with stress on weight lifting, running, skill development games, and individual development for sports. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 108)

ES/T 109

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: BASKETBALL II

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 108 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Develops the physical and mental skills needed to participate in competitive sports activities. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 109)

ES/T 110

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: BASKETBALL III

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 109 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Application of knowledge and understanding of the biomechanics of human motion through the use of film and video analysis for the improvement of advanced sports skills. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 110;PE 250)

ES/T 111

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: BASEBALL I

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Provides instruction, field experience, and conditioning for athletics. Includes weight lifting, running, skill development, strategies, and individual development for baseball. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 111)

ES/T 112

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: BASEBALL II

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 111 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Emphasizes biomechanics of human motion for the improvement of baseball skills. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 112)

ES/T 113

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: BASEBALL III

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 112 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Develops the physical and mental skills needed to participate in competitive baseball. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 113)

ES/T 114

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: FOOTBALL I

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Conditioning for athletics with stress on weight lifting, running, skill development games, and individual development for sports. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 114)

ES/T 115

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: FOOTBALL II

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 114 or Equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Develops the physical and mental skills needed to participate in competitive sports activities. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 115)

ES/T 116

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: FOOTBALL III

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 115 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Application of knowledge and understanding of the biomechanics of human motion through the use of film and video analysis for the improvement of advanced sports skills. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 116)

ES/T 120

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: VOLLEYBALL I

1 UNIT

Grade Only

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Provides conditioning for volleyball with stress on weight lifting, running, skill development, games, and individual strength development. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 120)

ES/T 121

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: VOLLEYBALL II

1 UNIT

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 120 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Develops the physical and mental skills needed to participate in competitive volleyball at an intermediate level. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 121)

ES/T 122

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: VOLLEYBALL III

1 UNIT

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 121 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Builds on physical and mental skills needed to participate in competitive volleyball activities at an advanced level. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 122)

ES/T 123

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: SOCCER I

1 UNIT

Grade Only

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Introduces physical conditioning for athletics with an emphasis on weightlifting and running. Explores skill development games and individual development for soccer. [D; CSU] (Formerly: PE/T 123)

ES/T 124

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: SOCCER II

1 UNIT

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 123 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Develops the physical, mental, and tactical skills needed to participate in competitive soccer activities. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 124)

ES/T 125

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: SOCCER III

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 124 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Application of knowledge and understanding of the biomechanics of human motion through the use of film and video analysis for the improvement of advanced sports skills. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 125)

ES/T 126

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: TRACK AND FIELD I

1 UNIT

Grade Only

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Conditions students in preparation for competing on a track team at a beginning level. Emphasizes a gradual build up of cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle strength, flexibility, and power. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 126)

ES/T 127

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: TRACK AND FIELD II

1 UNIT

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 126 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Conditions students in preparation for competing on a track team at an intermediate level. Emphasizes gradual build up cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle strength, flexibility, and power. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 127)

ES/T 128

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: TRACK AND FIELD III

1 UNIT

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 127 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Conditions students in preparation for competing on a track team at an advanced level. Emphasizes gradual build up of cardio-respiratory fitness, muscle strength, flexibility, speed, and power. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 128)

ES/T 129

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: CROSS COUNTRY I

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Conditioning for athletics with stress on weight lifting, running, skill development games, and individual development for sports. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 129)

ES/T 130

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: CROSS COUNTRY II

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 129 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Develops the physical and mental skills needed to participate in competitive sports activities. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 130)

ES/T 131

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: CROSS COUNTRY III

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 130 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Application of knowledge and understanding of the biomechanics of human motion through the use of film and video analysis for the improvement of advanced sports skills. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 131)

ES/T 132

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: SOFTBALL I

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Introduces conditioning for softball with stress on weight lifting, running, skill development games, and individual development for sports. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 132)

ES/T 133

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: SOFTBALL II

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 132 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Provides intermediate conditioning for softball with stress on weight lifting, running, skill development games, and individual development for sports. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 133)

ES/T 134

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: SOFTBALL III

0.5-1 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 133 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Provides advanced conditioning for softball with stress on weight lifting, running, skill development games, and individual development for sports. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 134)

ES/T 135

INTRODUCTION TO EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

2 UNITS

Grade Only

Recommended Preparation: RDG 158 or the equivalent skill level as determined by the Southwestern College Reading Assessment or equivalent.

Lecture 2 hours

Offered: ALL

Introduces a comprehensive study on how the body functions and adapts under exercise stress and how exercise methods affect health and wellness. Emphasizes function and neural control of muscle. Includes energy expenditure through different types of training methods and environmental factors. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 135)

ES/T 136

TECHNIQUES OF WEIGHT TRAINING

2 UNITS

Grade Only

Recommended Preparation: RDG 158 or the equivalent skill level as determined by the Southwestern College Reading Assessment or equivalent.

Lecture 1.50 hour, laboratory 1.50 hour

Offered: ALL

Provides an in-depth study for individuals who are going to instruct or participate in weight training. Emphasize anatomy and physiology, training techniques, modes of exercise, training sequence, proper spotting methods, and safety procedures. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 136)

ES/T 137

EXERCISE FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS

2 UNITS

Grade Only

Recommended Preparation: ES/T 135 or an equivalent course that provides an understanding of a healthy person's exercise physiology principles that can be adapted to an individual with a chronic disease or disability.

Lecture 2 hours

Offered: ALL

Serves as an introduction to the realm of adaptive physical education and clinical exercise physiology. Includes various medical conditions, levels of fitness, and activity barriers. Introduces safe exercise recommendations, special activity considerations, and exercise contraindications for individuals with cardiorespiratory diseases, metabolic disorders, physical and cognitive disabilities, for children, seniors, and pre- and post-natal women. [D; CSU] (Formerly: PE/T 137)

ES/T 138

TECHNIQUES OF EXERCISE LEADERSHIP

2 UNITS

Grade Only

Lecture 1.50 hour, laboratory 1.50 hour

Offered: ALL

Studies the principles and techniques involved in teaching group exercise and developing a personal trainer and client relationship. Emphasizes client assessment, communication skills, program design, exercise adherence, teaching strategies, choreography, and professional responsibility and liability. [D; CSU] (Formerly: PE/T 138)

ES/T 139

FITNESS SPECIALIST INTERNSHIP

3 UNITS

Grade Only

Prerequisite: ES/T 135, ES/T 136, ES/T 138, and ES/T 140, or equivalent.

Lecture 1 hour, laboratory 6 hours

Offered: ALL

Provides students with practical experience in the field of exercise and fitness. Emphasizes on client assessment, principles of adherence and motivation, evaluation of an exercise program design and progression, self-marketing fitness in specialist/client relationships, and professional and legal responsibility in a fitness setting. [D; CSU] (Formerly: PE/T 139)

ES/T 140

INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED KINESIOLOGY

2 UNITS

Grade Only

Lecture 2 hours

Offered: ALL

[RDG 158 or the equivalent skill level as determined by the Southwestern College Reading Assessment or equivalent.] Provides an in-depth study of joints, bone muscles, and connective tissues with special emphasis on movement and mechanical analysis as it relates to sport and exercise. [D; CSU] (Formerly: PE/T 140)

ES/T 141

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: WATER POLO I

1 UNIT

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Recommended Preparation: ES/A 158 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Prepares students for water polo competitions at an introductory competitive player level. Stresses resistance training, endurance swimming, speed drills, game tactics, skill development, and class competition. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 141)

ES/T 142

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: WATER POLO II

1 UNIT

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Prerequisite: ES/T 141 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Provides progressive preparation for water polo competitions at a beginning competitive player level. Stresses resistance training, endurance swimming, speed drills, game tactics, skill development, and class competition. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 142)

ES/T 143

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: WATER POLO III

1 UNIT

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Prerequisite: ES/T 142 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Provides progressive preparation for water polo competitions at an intermediate competitive player level. Stresses resistance training, endurance swimming, speed drills, game tactics, skill development, and class competition. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 143)

ES/T 144

THEORY AND APPLICATION OF CONDITIONING: WATER POLO IV

1 UNIT

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Prerequisite: ES/T 143 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Provides progressive preparation for water polo competitions at an advanced competitive player level. Stressing resistance training, endurance swimming, speed drills, game tactics, skill development, and class competition. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 144)

ES/T 145

THEORY AND CONDITIONING OF SWIM AND DIVE I

1 UNIT

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Recommended Preparation: ES/A 158 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Prepares for swim and dive competitions at an introductory competitive swimmer level. Stresses resistance training, endurance swimming, speed drills, skill development, and class competition. [D; CSU; UC]

ES/T 146

THEORY AND CONDITIONING OF SWIM AND DIVE II

1 UNIT

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Prerequisite: ES/T 145 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Provides progressive training for swim and dive competitions for the beginning competitive swimmer. Stresses resistance training, endurance swimming, speed drills, skill development, and class competition. [D; CSU; UC]

ES/T 147

THEORY AND CONDITIONING OF SWIM AND AND DIVE III

1 UNIT

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Prerequisite: ES/T 146 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Builds on progressive training for swim and dive competitions for the intermediate competitive swimmer. Stresses resistance training, endurance swimming, speed drills, skill development, and class competition. [D; CSU; UC]

ES/T 148

THEORY AND CONDITIONING OF SWIM AND AND DIVE IV

1 UNIT

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Prerequisite: ES/T 147 or equivalent.

Laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Explores progressive training for swim and dive competitions for the advanced competitive swimmer. Stresses resistance training, endurance swimming, speed drills, skill development, and class competition. [D; CSU; UC]

ES/T 200

PHYSICAL EDUCATION FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

2 UNITS

Grade Only

Lecture 1 hour, laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

State-recommended program in physical education for the elementary school teacher including methods and techniques of teaching, planning, conducting physical education programs, and selection of age- appropriate wellness and motor skill materials. [D; CSU] (Formerly: PE 254;PE/T 200)

ES/T 202

INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY

3 UNITS

Grade Only

Lecture 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Surveys various sub-disciplines related to the study of human movement. Examines areas of history, sociology, bio-mechanics, physiology, psychology, and nutrition, as they relate to exercise science, fitness, and sport. Explores three career pathways involving the study of human movement, teaching, research, and professional practice. Includes the concepts and skills of locating, evaluating, synthesizing, and communicating information in various formats. [D; CSU; UC; C-ID KIN 100] (Formerly: PE/T 202;PE 256)

ES/T 204

THE THEORY AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF OFFENSIVE FOOTBALL

2 UNITS

Grade Only

Lecture 2 hours

Offered: ALL

Designed for those interested in increasing their knowledge of the offensive aspects of football. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 204;PE 258)

ES/T 205

THEORY AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF DEFENSIVE FOOTBALL

2 UNITS

Grade Only

Lecture 2 hours

Offered: ALL

Designed for those interested in increasing their knowledge of the defensive aspects of football. [D; CSU; UC] (Formerly: PE/T 205;PE 259)

ES/T 208

THEORY AND TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF OFFENSIVE VOLLEYBALL

2-3 UNITS

Grade Only

Lecture 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Designed for students interested in increasing their knowledge of the offensive aspects of volleyball. Includes film analysis, the history of volleyball, drill construction, and offensive creation and evaluation. [D; CSU; UC]

ES/T 250

PREVENTION AND CARE OF ATHLETIC INJURIES

2 UNITS

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Lecture 1 hour, laboratory 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Addresses the fundamentals of elementary human anatomy and their relationship to athletic activity. Explores the prevention and recognition of common athletic injuries including the theory and practice of emergency field care. Provides a discussion regarding the treatment and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Includes laboratory practice on bandaging and/or taping techniques. [D; CSU] (Formerly: PE/T 250)

ES/T 299

INDEPENDENT STUDY

1-3 UNITS

Pass/No Pass or Grade is Allowed

Limitation on Enrollment: Eligibility for independent study.

Lecture 3 hours

Offered: ALL

Individual research or study in some area of physical education of interest to the student and not included in the regular courses offered by the college. [D; CSU; **UC] (**UC Limitation: credit for variable topics courses is given only after a review of the scope and content of the courses by the enrolling UC campus. (Formerly: PE/T 299)