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KINESIOLOGY COURSES

Health (HEALTH)

One Health course selected from Health 2, 7, 8, or 11 is required of all students seeking an Associate Degree. (UC Credit Limit: Health 2, 7, 8, 11 combined maximum credit, one course)

2 HEALTH AND FITNESS (3) UC:CSU

Lecture, 2 hours; Laboratory: 2 hours.
This course promotes healthy physical and psychological lifestyles, with emphasis on disease prevention, including violence/abuse, nutrition, sexuality, reproduction, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, aging, stress management, and weight control. The physical fitness segment emphasizes individual improvement utilizing aerobic, flexibility, and strengthening activities

7 PHYSICAL FITNESS AND NUTRITION (3) UC:CSU

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Lecture, 3 hours.
This course considers the nature and importance of physical fitness and good nutrition in one’s personal and social development. Various types of physical activities are analyzed and evaluated. Appropriate selection of nutritive foods for weight control and ergogenics are covered. Fad diets and food supplements are analyzed.

8 WOMEN’S PERSONAL HEALTH (3) UC:CSU

Lecture, 3 hours.
This course comprehensively reviews important issues related to women of all diverse backgrounds. This course designs practical approaches to understanding the health of women in relationship to physiological and psychological aspects of nutrition, mental health, exercise, hygiene, cardiovascular disease, cancer, sexuality, reproduction, drugs, and other diseases common to women.

11 PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING (3) UC:CSU

Lecture, 3 hours.
This course develops health knowledge and values with the goal of promoting a high quality of life for each individual. Areas of focus include nutrition, physical fitness, communicable diseases and other major health problems, consumer and environmental health, human sexuality and family life, mental and emotional health, tobacco, alcohol and drugs, aging, death and dying.

12 SAFETY EDUCATION AND FIRST AID (3) UC:CSU

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Lecture, 3 hours.
This course covers the theory and detailed demonstration of first aid care of the injured. Students learn to assess a victim’s condition and incorporate proper treatment. Standard first aid, CPR, and AED certification(s) are granted upon successful completion of course requirements.

15 STRESS MANAGEMENT STRATEGY (3) CSU

Lecture, 3 hours.
This course examines and identifies the effects of stress on our society and in particular on the individual. Several systems are explored to achieve an optimal level of health. Students learn to cope with stress as well as change potential stressors that will enrich their lives. This course covers the seven dimensions of health: mental, emotional, social, physical, occupational, spiritual, and environmental as well as examines ways to identify and control stress.

27 FOCUS ON HEALTH: PRENATAL CARE (2) CSU

Lecture, 2 hours.
This course is designed not only for pregnant women, but also for anyone interested in healthy perspectives to prenatal care, and focuses on proper nutrition, education and prenatal care. Diet, consequences of nutritional deficiencies, substance abuse, lactation, benefits of exercise and building healthy lifestyles for mothers and newborns are also covered.

29 FOCUS ON HEALTH: BREAST CARE (1) CSU

Lecture, 1 hour.
This course focuses on breast care with an emphasis on positive self-care choices and cancer prevention strategies. Current cancer treatments are covered, as well as benign conditions. An analysis of unproven remedies and problem solving for cancer survivors are included.

31 FOCUS ON HEALTH: DIABETES (1) CSU

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Lecture, 1 hour.
This course covers diabetes mellitus, with emphasis on positive selfcare choices. Aspects of current diabetes management are covered: blood glucose testing, oral hypoglycemics, insulin, exercise, and pregnancy. Also included are the prevention and recognition of diabetes complications affecting eyes, kidneys, nerves, feet, heart/ blood vessels. Hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia are also covered.

32 FOCUS ON HEALTH: HEART AND CIRCULATION (1) CSU

Lecture, 1 hour.
This course covers heart and circulatory health with emphasis on positive self-care choices. Also covered are management of common heart and blood vessel disorders and determination of personal cardiovascular disease risk. Topics include: exercise, diet, diabetes, and the control of risk factors, such as: stress, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.


Kinesiology (KIN)

(UC Credit Limit: any or all Kinesiology activity courses combined; maximum credit 4 units)

9 COMBINED ACTIVITIES (1) UC:CSU

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Laboratory, 2 hours.
This course consists of a combination of two or more physical education activity courses, each taught for one half (or less) of the scheduled time. The combination courses are specified in the schedule of classes.

10 SCIENTIFIC PHYSICAL FITNESS LABORATORY (1) CSU

Laboratory, 2 hours.
This course combines instruction in the conditioning aspects of strength, flexibility, endurance and muscle tone. An understanding of cardiovascular fitness and nutritional information related to exercise is emphasized. A periodic evaluation of fitness levels is included.

45 ADAPTED FITNESS (1) UC:CSU)

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities who require restricted or modified activities. Individualized exercise programs are performed by students with instruction emphasizing the basic elements of physical fitness and training principles.

46 ADAPTED STRENGTH TRAINING (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities who require restricted or modified activities. Individualized exercise programs are performed by students with instructional emphasis placed on strength training principles and techniques.

47 ADAPTED SWIMMING AND HYDROEXERCISE (1) UC:CSU

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Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course meets the needs of students with disabilities requiring restricted or modified activities. Individualized exercise programs focus on basic swimming and water safety skills. Hydroexercise programs emphasize physical fitness, buoyancy, and hydrodynamic resistance principles.

49 ADAPTED CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course meets the needs of students with disabilities who can benefit from individualized cardiovascular endurance training. Development of cardiovascular endurance through the use of bicycle ergometers is the major focus of the course.

201 SWIMMING SKILLS (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 1.5 hours.
This course enables students to gain awareness of the importance of proper swimming techniques/postural alignment, including progressive learning skills; such as water exploration, primary skills, stroke readiness, stroke development, stroke refinement, skill proficiency, and advanced skills in accordance with the seven levels of the American Red Cross. Nutrition and concepts of fitness are also covered.

229 INDIVIDUAL AND DUAL ACTIVITIES - BODY CONDITIONING (1) UC:CSU

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Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 1.5 hours.
This course provides students with the opportunity to participate in a variety of vigorous exercises for increasing cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, and flexibility.

237 BOOT CAMP I (1) CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 1.5 hours.
This course is designed as a lower intensity style boot camp class that is conducted both on and off campus using indoor and outdoor facilities. Training exercises used during this class include basic aerobic and anaerobic conditioning, muscular strength, resistance and endurance training and also individual and team concepts. In addition, students are challenged to understand and apply basic fitness principles, basic anatomy and physiology, the prevention of training injuries, target heart rate and the intensity of exercise as well as nutrition for fitness. The students train individually, with a partner or in a team setting.

246 BODY SCULPTING SKILLS (1) UC:CSU

Laboratory, 2 hours.
This course utilizes body sculpting techniques to achieve cardiovascular fitness, muscle toning and endurance. Exercise bands, free exercise on mats, weights, stability balls, medicine balls, and other activities are used for a total body workout.

247 PILATES FOR FITNESS (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2 hours.
This course focuses on precision alignment, core strength, and building an awareness of the body. Pilates involves a Kinesthetic awareness through a series of floor exercises, optimizing a postural alignment and muscular balance to enable maximum range of movement for body strength and flexibility. Appropriate modifications for specific fitness levels are considered. This class is easy to follow and includes instruction and understanding of Pilates methods and exercises utilizing safe and popular Pilates exercises.

250 WEIGHT TRAINING SKILLS (1) UC:CSU

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Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 1.5 hours.
This course covers the principles of weight training for men and women. It develops a general program of progressive resistance exercises with adaptation and implication for the individual student. Attention is given to terminology, use of equipment, safety precautions, nutrition and weight control, and basic factors of anatomy and physiology.

268 GOLF SKILLS (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 1.5 hours.
This course consists of instruction in the primary skills of golf including rules, etiquette, terminology, and mock game experience. This course ranges from basic to advanced skills practice. Pitch/putt course games are played.

301-1 SWIMMING - 1 (1) UC:CSU

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Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course introduces students to basic aquatic skills, such as floating, kicking, and gliding, and incorporates the development, practice, and theory of basic swimming strokes. The course emphasizes the development of basic water safety techniques to assure confidence and mobility in aquatic activities and to help create confidence in the water, as well as an evaluation of physical fitness.

301-2 SWIMMING - 2 (1) UC:CSU

Prerequisite: Kinesiology 301-1. Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course covers intermediate techniques of swimming, terminology, and fluid mechanics in water. Swimming strokes include freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. Racing starts, flip turns, dives, and touch turns are introduced on a beginning level. Interval training concepts are introduced to build endurance. Indoor and outdoor water safety is reviewed in this course.

303 AQUA AEROBICS (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This fitness conditioning class consists of a series of exercises and aerobic dance steps in conjunction with stretching and body dynamics to help promote cardiovascular and muscular fitness.

307 SWIM AND RUN FOR FITNESS (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course develops cardiovascular conditioning and fitness through running and swimming laps. It enables students to gain awareness of the importance of proper running techniques/postural alignment, including progressive resistance training and conditioning for the purpose of training for a triathlon. Nutrition and concepts of fitness are also covered.

328-1 BICYCLE SPINNING - 1 (1) UC:CSU

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Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course develops and improves both cardiovascular endurance and leg strength through stationary bike workouts. Intensity of workouts vary. Resting and target heart rates are used to monitor improvements in the students’ cardiovascular system.

330-1 CARDIO KICKBOXING - 1 (1) CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course is designed to introduce the areas of cardiovascular efficiency by using basic kickboxing techniques. Students participate in low intensity kickboxing movements and work towards increasing fitness levels. It emphasizes proper alignment, execution, and timing of slower-paced movements from kickboxing, boxing, and aerobic dance.

330-2 CARDIO KICKBOXING - 2 (1) CSU

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Prerequisite: Kinesiology 330-1. Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This is the second level intermediate non-contact activity course designed to build on basic kicking and punching techniques from Cardio Kickboxing-1. New techniques and combinations are added to improve overall fitness including: Cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, body composition, aerobic dance, kickboxing, boxing, and execution.

331-1 CROSS TRAINING-1 (1) CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
In this course, students learn a variety of cross training activities to achieve their personal fitness goals. The course includes lecture on nutrition, exercise physiology concepts, and participation in a workout designed to improve cardiovascular conditioning and body composition, increase muscle strength/endurance and flexibility.

333 STEP AEROBICS AND WEIGHT TRAINING (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course consists of a combination of strength training, the use of weight training machines, step aerobics, and low impact aerobics. These activities are utilized to gain fitness, emphasizing flexibility, muscular strength, and cardiovascular endurance.

335-1 FITNESS AND WEIGHT CONTROL-1 (1) CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course introduces students to healthy weight control strategies and an individual approach towards exercise for lifelong fitness. Topics include assessing and improving fitness levels, developing a realistic exercise program, nutrient tracking, healthy meal choices, goal setting, label reading, weekly weigh-ins, and active lifestyle approaches that are involved in maintaining appropriate levels of fitness and weight control.

336 Zumba Fitness I (1) CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course enables the student to participate in basic Zumba group exercise that combines a fusion of high energy Latin and International music with unique moves and combinations. Zumba integrates some of the basic principles of aerobic, interval, and effective fitness resistance training to maximize caloric output, cardiovascular benefits, and total body toning. Zumba provides a non-intimidating opportunity for non-dancers to participate in a group aerobic class.

337 BOOT CAMP II (1) CSU

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Prerequisite: Kinesiology 237. Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course is designed as a moderate intensity style boot camp class that is conducted both on and off campus using indoor and outdoor facilities. Training exercises used during this class includes basic aerobic and anaerobic conditioning, muscular strength, resistance and endurance training, and also individual and team concepts. In addition, students are challenged to understand and apply fitness principles, anatomy and physiology, the prevention of training injuries, target heart rate, and the intensity of exercise as well as nutrition for fitness. The students train individually, with a partner, or in a team setting.

345 BODY DYNAMICS ACTIVITY (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course is designed to provide challenging fitness activity by combining strength exercises with endurance steps (rhythmical movements). Emphasis is placed on aerobics to significantly increase the efficiency with which oxygen is processed and delivered throughout the body.

346 BODY TONING (1) UC:CSU

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Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course enables students to gain awareness of the importance of exercise, including progressive resistance training and conditioning for the purpose of body shaping and toning muscles. Nutrition and concepts of fitness are also covered.

350-1 WEIGHT TRAINING-1 (1) CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course covers the basic principles of weight training for men and women. It develops a general program of progressive resistance exercises with adaptation and implication for the individual students. Attention is given to terminology, use if equipment, safety precautions, program development, fitness assessments, heavy rope training, care and prevention of injury, nutrition for fitness, steroid use, anatomy and physiology.

350-2 WEIGHT TRAINING-1 (1) CSU

Prerequisite: Kinesiology 350-1
Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course covers the intermediate principles of weight training for men and women. It develops a general program of progressive resistance exercises with adaptation and implication for the individual student. Attention is given to terminology, use of equipment, safety precautions, program development, fitness assessment, heavy rope training, care and prevention of injury, nutrition for fitness, steroid use, anatomy and physiology.

365-1 INTRODUCTION TO BACKPACKING (1) UC:CSU

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Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course introduces the student to the fundamental techniques of backpacking. Conditioning, a survey of equipment, orienteering, hiking safety, first aid and campsite preparation will be covered. Field trips will be planned.

366-1 BADMINTON - 1 (1) CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
Students learn the basic fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to play badminton such as the serve, forehand, backhand, clear, drop, and smash shots. Also covered are singles and doubles strategy, along with the history of badminton, basic terminology, rules, and scoring. Safety and selection of equipment are included.

366-2 BADMINTON - 1 (1) CSU

Prerequisite: Kinesiology 366-1.
Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
In this course, students learn intermediate skills and knowledge necessary to play badminton such as cross court, down the line and reverse cross-court clears; at the net, from the back court, and from the mid-court drops; and forehand and backhand service. The course also covers offensive and defensive techniques of the smash as well as training drills, agility, endurance, and court coverage for competitive play.

370 TABLE TENNIS (1) UC:CSU

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Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course offers instruction and practice in fundamental table tennis skills, basic techniques, rules, strategies, and competition.

371-1 Tennis I (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This class is designed to teach the basic fundamental skills and knowledge necessary to play tennis such as the forehand, backhand, serve and volley, both in singles and doubles play. This course also introduces the selection and care of equipment, rules, proper etiquette, terminology, positioning and strategies of the game, and the components of fitness.

386-1 Baseball I (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course introduces basic drills to create beginning skills, and understanding of terminology, and rules of baseball. Drills, safety, and repetition are the primary focus in the areas of throwing, catching, and baserunning.

386-2 Baseball II (1) UC:CSU

Prerequisite: Kinesiology 386-1.
Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course is a second-level baseball class that gives instruction on intermediate baseball skills, techniques, rules, and game strategies. Students are required to compete in scrimmage situations against local community college teams. This course is designed for prospective intercollegiate baseball players.

387 BASKETBALL (1) UC:CSU

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Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course acquaints the student with the rules, skills, and strategy of basketball. Both offensive and defensive basketball are emphasized. Drills and games make up the class activity.

388 FLAG FOOTBALL (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course is designed to provide weekly participation in vigorous physical activity involving group work in flag football techniques, terminology, rules, and regulations.

389-1 Soccer I (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course is designed to teach students the basic soccer skills of passing, dribbling, shooting, and goalkeeping. The course also introduces basic theories of individual and team offense and defense, as well as the Laws of the Game, proper etiquette, terminology, and the components of fitness. Students learn proper soccer techniques with practice skills and feedback.

390-1 SOFTBALL - 1 (1) UC:CSU

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Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course introduces basic drills to create beginning skills, terminology, and rules of softball. Drills, safety, and repetition will be the primary focus in the areas of throwing, catching, and baserunning. Skills exams and a written final exam serve to evaluate student achievement.

390-2 SOFTBALL - 2 (1) UC:CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course is a second-level softball class that gives instruction on advanced softball skills, techniques, rules, and game strategies. Students are required to compete in scrimmage situations against local junior college teams. This course is designed for prospective intercollegiate softball players.

391-1 Volleyball I (1) CSU

Lecture, 0.5 hour; Laboratory, 2.5 hours.
This course in introductory volleyball is designed to teach the basic volleyball skills of passing, setting, spiking, serving, and blocking. The course introduces individual and team offense and defense systems, as well as the rules, etiquette, terminology, and strategies for volleyball.


Kinesiology Athletics (Intercollegiate Athletics) (KIN ATH)

Activity, 10 hours. Note: Passing grade in 12 units is required for eligibility. Note: Passing grade in 24 units is required for second-year competition eligibility. Courses listed below provide the opportunity to participate in intercollegiate athletics, involving varsity competition in a recognized intercollegiate Conference and in state competition when appropriate. Participation in intercollegiate sports requires concurrent enrollment in not less than 12 units of college work and a minimum of a 2.0 GPA.

502 INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - BADMINTON (3) CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course offers instruction in the intermediate and advanced techniques of badminton. The opportunity to learn strategies and the finer points of doubles and singles play is provided. Rigorous physical conditioning skills, practice and intercollegiate competition is a part of the course activities.

503 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - BASEBALL (3) UC:CSU RPT3

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Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course is for the intercollegiate baseball team. It offers advanced baseball skills and techniques. It provides an opportunity to learn the fine skills and strategies needed to compete at the collegiate level. The course also provides additional exposure to students interested in articulating to four-year colleges or professional baseball programs.

504 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - BASKETBALL (3) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This is the intercollegiate basketball team course. This course is designed to develop individual and team skills in basketball so that the student can compete on the intercollegiate level. Basketball theory, strategies, offense, defense, ball-handling skills and playing experience are emphasized. This course requires intercollegiate basketball competition.

506 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - CROSS COUNTRY (3) UC:CSU RPT3

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Laboratory, 10 hours.
This is the intercollegiate cross country team course. It includes endurance workouts, speed training, hill training and weight training. Nutritional concepts are discussed, as well as psychological preparation. This course requires the student athletes to compete as a member of the cross country team.

508 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - FOOTBALL (3) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course offers instruction in the intermediate and advanced techniques of football. The opportunity to learn strategies and the finer points of offensive and defensive play is provided. Rigorous physical conditioning skills, practice and intercollegiate competition is a part of the course activities.

511 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - SOCCER (3) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course concentrates on the theory, techniques, and practice of intercollegiate soccer. Conditioning and preparing for intercollegiate competition will assist in the development of advanced play skills and knowledge of soccer.

512 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - SOFTBALL (3) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course offers instruction in the intermediate and advanced techniques of softball. The opportunity to learn strategies and the finer points of offensive and defensive play is provided. Rigorous physical conditioning skills, practice and intercollegiate competition is a part of the course activities.

513 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - SWIMMING AND DIVING (3) UC:CSU RPT3

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Laboratory, 10 hours.
Intercollegiate Athletic competitive swimming and diving team course for eligible athletes. Instruction, demonstration and practice of fundamental and advanced swimming and diving techniques, including starts, turns, stroke technique, breathing, interval training and intercollegiate competition.

515 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - TRACK AND FIELD (3) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 10 hours
This course includes the theory, technique, and practice of intercollegiate track and field competition. Conditioning, event techniques, and preparing for competition in regularly scheduled track meets are emphasized.

516 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - VOLLEYBALL (3) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course is the intercollegiate volleyball team course. In this course, students learn fundamental, intermediate, and advanced principles, theories, and skills of volleyball and practice volleyball skills, including setting, spiking, passing, and offensive and defensive strategies while participating in intercollegiate competition.

517 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - WATER POLO (3) CSU RPT3

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Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course is designated for the Intercollegiate Water Polo team and requires participation in intercollegiate water polo games as a member of the college team. The course covers fundamental and advanced principles/theories of water polo techniques, including instruction, demonstration, and practice of swimming, eggbeater kick, offense, defense, counter attack, and man up and man down situations as well as strategies and game play.

518 INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS - WRESTLING (3) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 10 hours.
This course is the intercollegiate wrestling course. The course offers instruction in intermediate and advanced techniques of wrestling and the opportunity to learn strategies and the finer points of wrestling. Rigorous physical conditioning skills, practice, and participation in intercollegiate competition are part of the course activities.

534 INTERCOLLEGIATE - CHEERLEADING TECHNIQUES (2) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 6 hours.
This course develops techniques and practice in cheerleading motion techniques, cheers, chants, jumps, stunt techniques, and performance routines. Students are required to attend and perform at athletic events as part of the course requirement. This is the official class of the East Los Angeles College Cheerleading Squad.

551 INTERCOLLEGIATE DRILL TEAM (2) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 6 hours.
This course is designed for the ELAC drill team and develops techniques and provides practice in drill patterns, drill team dance patterns, and drill team routines. Students are required to perform at selected athletic events and/or drill team competitions as part of the course requirement.

552 INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS - CONDITIONING & SKILLS TRAINING (1) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete. The following areas are emphasized: The analysis and training of athletic skills, the analysis of offensive and defensive systems, physical conditioning, strength training, and aerobic conditioning.

553 INTERCOLLEGIATE FOOTBALL - FITNESS & SKILLS TRAINING (1) UC:CSU RPT3

Students during the Fitness Skills Training Class

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to football with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns new rules and strategic plays necessary for competition at advanced levels.

554 INTERCOLLEGIATE TRACK AND FIELD - FITNESS & SKILLS TRAINING (1) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to both track events as well as field events with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also strategies necessary for competition at advanced levels.

555 INTERCOLLEGIATE CROSS COUNTRY - FITNESS & SKILLS TRAINING (1) UC:CSU RPT3

Student during the Fitness Skills Training Class

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to cross country with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns strategies necessary for competition at advanced levels.

556 INTERCOLLEGIATE BASKETBALL - FITNESS & SKILLS TRAINING (1) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to basketball with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns strategic play necessary for competition at advanced levels.

557 INTERCOLLEGIATE BASEBALL - FITNESS & SKILLS TRAINING (1) US:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to baseball with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns strategic play necessary for competition at advanced levels.

558 INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER - FITNESS & SKILLS TRAINING (1) UC:CSU RPT3

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Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to soccer with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns strategic play necessary for competition at advanced levels.

560 INTERCOLLEGIATE SWIMMING/DIVING - FITNESS & SKILLS TRAINING (1) UC:CSU RPT3

Laboratory, 3 hours.
This course is designed for the student athlete and provides an advanced strength and conditioning program specific to swimming and to diving with emphasis on skills, fundamentals, injury prevention, and safety. The student also learns strategies necessary for competition at advanced levels.