Minutes 6-2-2010

CURRICULUM/GEN ED COMMITTEE
a standing committee of the Education Advisory Committee
Minutes
June 2, 2010
Sylvania CC, Conference Rm B

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Ed DeGrauw, Chair

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Pam Kessinger

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Jim Parks

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Ross Kouzes

Marc Spaziani

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Joe Wright

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Doug Jones

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Tammy Dowd

Jim Jeffery

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Nancy Hutt

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Rick Willebrand

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Andrew Cohen

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John Sparks

Heiko Spoddeck

Committee Support:

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Jeff Triplett

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Dorothy Badri

Andrew Roessler

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Stacey Timmins

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Leslie Hackett

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Sally Earll

Steve Smith

Guests:

Sanda Williams

Karen Sanders

Barb Kauffman

Ray Ridgley

Dorina Cornea

Frederick Olson –CA Student Rep

Sheldon Fu

Benjamin Buswell

Usha Ramanujan

Michael Hohn

Susanne Christopher

Marshall Meyer

Information Items from the Curriculum Office:
(These items do not require curriculum committee recommendation)

Experimental Courses:
DE 99 – Integrated Reading & Writing 90
MM 299P – Graphics for Multimedia II
MM 299L – 3D Lighting and Texturing
MT 199E – High Tech Employment Strategies

Course Inactivation:

Available Grading Option:

OMT 234 – Ophthalmic Medical Technology

Old Business:
None

New Business:

299. EET 111 – Electronic Circuit Analysis I
Course Revision – des, req
Recommend description:
Covers International System of Units, engineering notation and prefixes, definitions of current, voltage, resistance, power, work and efficiency. DC circuits: Ohm's and Kirchoff's Laws; DC resistive networks including Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits. Node voltage and mesh current analysis methods; Includes a 3-hour per week laboratory session. Prerequisite: Placement in WR 115;prerequisite/ concurrent: MTH 111.

300. EET 112 – Electronic Circuit Analysis II
Course Revision – des, req
Recommend description:
Covers Capacitance; Inductance; RC/RL transient response; sinusoidal waveforms; reactance and impedance; AC power. Phasor analysis of RLC circuits; node voltage and mesh current analysis; superposition, Thevenin's and Norton's network theorems. Includes a 3-hour per week laboratory. Prerequisite: EET 111 Prerequisite or concurrent registration: MTH 112.

301. EET 113 – Electronic Circuit Analysis III
Course Revision – des, req
Recommend description:
Covers ac power, series and parallel resonant circuits, Q and selectivity, RL and RC filters, decibels, transfer functions and Bode diagrams, transformers, three phase power distribution, introduction to motors/generators/motor control. Fourier series and transform applied to circuit analysis. Prerequisite: EET 112.

302. EET 242- Microcontroller Systems
Course Revision – des
Recommend description:
Introduces the student to the popular 8051 microcontroller. Topics include the hardware, software, and interfacing of the Intel 8051 microcontroller. The emphasis is on interfacing the 8051 to real-world devices such as switches, displays, motors, and A/D converters, through assembly language and possibly C language programming. Robotics projects included. Prerequisite: CS 133U; and EET 122

303. EET 269 – Wind Power
Course Revision – des, req
Recommend title:
Title: Wind Mechanics
Transcript title: Wind Mechanics

304. EET 122 – Digital Systems II
Course Revision – Contact/Credit Hour
Recommend

305. EET 123 – Digital Systems III
Course Revision – Contact/Credit Hour
Recommend

306. EET 272 – Motors and Generators
New Course
Recommend as not repeatable

307. GEO 267 – Application Topics in Geographic Info Systems
Course Revision – Out
Recommend

308. WR 122 – English Composition
Course Revision – Des, Out
Recommend description:
Continues the focus of WR 121 on academic writing as a means of inquiry with added emphasis on persuasion and argument supported by external research. Uses critical reading, discussion and the writing process to explore ideas, develop cultural awareness and formulate original positions. Emphasizes development of writing and critical thinking through logical reasoning, rhetorical control, independent research and information literacy.
Prerequisite: WR 121.

309. AM 101 – Engine Repair
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

310. AM 102 – Electrical Systems 1
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

311. AM 103 – Engine Performance I
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

312. AM 104 – Steering & Suspension Sys I
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

313. AM 105 – Brake Systems I
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

314. AM 106 – Heating & Air Conditioning Systems
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

315. AM 107 – Manual Drive Train & Axles
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

316.  AM 112 – Electrical III
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

317. AM 113 – Engine Performance II
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

318. AM 115 – Brake Systems II
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

319. AM 117 – Manual Drive Train & Axles
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

320. AM 122 – Electrical III
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

321. AM 123 – Engine Performance III
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

322. AM 127 – Auto Trans/Transaxle I
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

323. AM 133 – Engine Performance IV
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

324. AM 143 – Engine Performance V
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

325. AM 153 – Engine Performance VI
Course Revision – Number
Recommend

326. OS 251 – Virtual Office Concepts
Course Revision – Des, Req
Recommend description:
Introduces the concepts and skills needed to become a successful virtual assistant. Covers time management, business relationships, telephone techniques, telecommuting, ethics, conflicts, stress management, separating home and office life, networking with other virtual assistants, virtual assistant associations, conducting virtual meetings, legal requirements, insurance issues, and negotiating contracts, creating business webpage and electronic portfolio. Prerequisite: OS 250 or instructor permission. Recommended: CAS 111D

327.  BA 213 – Principles of Accounting III
Course Revision – Des, Out
Recommend description:
Covers managerial accounting including cost/volume relationships, manufacturing costs, cost decisions, management planning, budgeting, and responsibility accounting. Prerequisites: BA 211.

328.  BA 213 – Principles of Accounting III
Course Revision – Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

329. BA 277 – Business Practices and Contemporary Social Issues
New Course
Recommend description:
Introduces contemporary socio-economic models and best practices within the business environment with a focus on global, domestic and internal business concerns. Individual and corporate decision-making will be examined in a rational, pragmatic, responsible and decisive manner.
And Outcomes:
1. Use an understanding of contemporary ethical standards in relation to corporate social responsibility and the triple bottom line to make effective on-the-job sound ethical decisions.
2. Use the stakeholder model in decision making for approaching ethical issues in the workplace.
3. Work within the codes of conduct and statements of values found in a profession and/or business editing.
4. Recognize and evaluate the ethical demands encountered by management in a global business environment and distinguish between multi-cultural ethics, etiquette, and behavior.
5. Apply analytical thinking and writing skills effectively in the workplace.
And Grading Option:
Letter Grade and Audit only, default letter grade

330. DT 205 – Dental Tech Lab V
Related Instruction
Recommend as Human Relations, not Communication

331. DT 206 – Dental Tech Lav VI
Related Instruction
Recommend

332. DT 253 – Science of Dental Materials III
Related Instruction
Recommend

333. DT 270 –Crown and Bridge
Related Instruction
Recommend Computation:
Describe investing wax patterns as an integral part of crown
Describe soldering process of materials for inlay, only and crown and bridge
Discuss oral structure, functions and malfunctions as ratios of levers as related to crown and bridge.

334. DT 271 – Partials, Clasps and Bar
Recommend Computation:
Explain the nature and use of surveyors as a part of the removable partial denture construction process.
Describe the purposes and procedures used to measure and block out undercuts and relieve the partial denture.
Identify spruing and  investing materials and discuss the methods and procedures as used in the construction of removable partial dentures.
Select, arrange and adapt artificial teeth to a removable partial denture.

335. DT 272 – Dental Ceramics
Related Instruction
Recommend

336. APR 103 – LME: AC Motors and Transformers
Course Revision – Des, Out
Recommend

337. APR 103 – LME: AC Motors and Transformers
Course Revision – Contact/Credit Hour Change
Recommend

338. APR 123 – AC Theory/Motors/Transformers
Course Revision – Des, Out
Recommend

339. APR 123 – AC Theory/Motors/Transformers
Course Revision – Contact/Credit Hour
Recommend

340. APR 227 – NEC Review and Exam Preparation
New Course
Recommend

341. MSD 200 – Organizations and Social Responsibility
Course Revision – Des, Out
Recommend description:
Explores the changing relationships and responsibilities between organizations and their various stakeholders. Include social and ethical issues of the community in which the company exists, employee rights and diversity, global corporate citizenship, role of government oversight of business, environmental issues, and consumer protection.

342. MA 123 – Medical Office Clinical Procedures
Related Instruction
Postponed at SAC Request

343. MA 124 – Medical Office Clinical Procedures Lab
Related Instruction
Postponed at SAC Request

344. MA 117 – Medical Office Administrative Procedures
Course Revision – Contact/Credit Hour
Postponed at SAC Request

345. MA 125 – Administrative Directed Practice
Course Revision – Number, title, out
Postponed at SAC Request

346. MA 125 – Administrative Directed Practice
Course Revision – Contact/Credit Hour
Postponed at SAC Request

347. MA 133 – Clinical Directed Practicum
Course Revision – Number, Title, Out
Postponed at SAC Request

348. MA 133 – Clinical Directed Practicum
Course Revision – Contact/Credit Hour Change
Postponed at SAC Request

349. MA 120 – Introduction to Clinical Phlebotomy
New Course
Postponed at SAC Request

350. HE 110 –Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Course Revision – Title, Des, Out
Recommend  description:
Provides education and training in infant, child, adult CPR, AED, and Bag-Valve masks. Provides training in bloodborne pathogens. For people who are responsible for delivering emergency card and/or ensuring the public safety. Upon successful completion of this course, students may apply for CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certification card.
Recommend: RD 115 or equivalent test scores.
And outcomes:
Recognize, prepare for and administer CPR in emergency situations.
Demonstrate and apply working knowledge of AED and BVM technology
Apply Bloodborne Pathogen precautions in emergency situations

351. HE 252 – First Aid- Basics and Beyond
Course Revision – Des, Out
Recommend description:
Introduces first aid and emergency knowledge and skills in the work, community, and home environment. Examines first aid care in remote and/or wilderness settings. A student who satisfactorily completes the course requirements receives an ARC Responding to Emergencies First Aid Card, Wilderness Emergency Card, and an adult/child/infant C.P.R and AED card.
Recommend: RD 115 or equivalent test scores.
And outcomes:
Analyze an emergency situation and apply appropriate first aid or cardiac care in sudden illness and emergency situations as a citizen responder in the home, work, or community environment for infant, child, or adult patient.
Differentiate and apply first aid care required in remote and wilderness settings from care provided in settings where qualified medical personnel are readily available.
And Grading Option:
Letter Grade, Pass/No Pass, Letter grade default

352. HE 113 – First Aid and Professional CPR
New Course
Recommend description:
Introduces basic first aid knowledge in the home, work, and community environment. Gain knowledge and skills to perform Professional CPR and AED for adults/children/infants. Upon successful completion of this course, students may apply for an American Red Cross First Aid card and American Red Cross Professional CPR/AED card.
Recommend: RD 115 or equivalent test scores.
And outcomes:
Recognize and apply appropriate citizen‐level, basic first aid or cardiac care in sudden illness and emergency situations in the home, work, or community environment for infant, child, or adult Patient
Apply Professional CPR skills for adult, child and infant patient
And grading option:
Grading Option: Letter Grade, Pass/No Pass, Letter grade default

353. RAD 270 – CT Clinical Education I
Course Revision – Des
Recommend

354. SP 140 – Intro to Intercultural Comm
Course Revision – Out
Postponed at SAC Request

355. SP 140 – Intro to Intercultural Comm
Designation – Cultural Literacy
Postponed at SAC Request

356. MT 180 – High Tech Employment Strategies
New Course
Recommend outcome:
Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
1. Prepare for, and execute effectively informational and real job interviews in the MT associated industries of solar, microelectronics and automated manufacturing.
2. Incorporate appropriate MT concepts and content to create and update their personal hiring documents (cover letter and resume).
3. Effectively search for a job within the semiconductor and advanced manufacturing industries.
and not repeatable

357. ART 294 – Sculpture- Welding
Course Revision – Title, Des
Recommend description:
Explores sculptural form, processes, techniques, and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary issues. Develops creative problem solving skills through making sculpture with various metal working techniques (including but not limited to: welding, cold connections, forming and finishing). Critiques, discussions, and sculpture presentations establish critical skills necessary to evaluate sculpture, explore artistic intent, examine aesthetic and structural solutions, and expand perceptual awareness. May be taken three times for credit. Recommended: ART 291

358.  CJA 231 – Crime Scene Photography
New Course
Recommend description:
Introduces crime scene photography skills to aid in crime scene and evidentiary documentation. Includes camera operation, exposure control, proficiency in relational photos, close- up photography, lighting, flash control and videography.
And grading option:
Default grade: Letter Grade A-F

359. FT 101 – Fitness Technology Seminar
Course Revision – Des, Req
Recommend description:
Explores careers in the fitness and health industry. Practical experience and insight into the role of a fitness/health professional in health and fitness clubs and community based wellness centers, including self promotion. Practical knowledge and skill in teaching psychomotor movement. Concepts, skills, and methodology required in becoming a successful instructor of movement. Prerequisites: MTH 65, WR 121, and current Fitness Technology student or instructor approval. Recommend

360. FT 103 – Nutrition for Fitness Instructor
Course Revision – Des
Recommend

361. FT 104 – Fitness Assessment/Program I
Course Revision – Des, Req, Out
Recommend outcomes:
A. Develop, demonstrate, and implement appropriate fitness assessments for the healthy population.
B. Interpret fitness assessment results accurately for varied healthy adult populations.
C. Sit for ACSM Certified Personal Trainer Certification or equivalent

362. FT 105 – Fitness Assessment/Program II
Course Revision – Des, Req, Out
Recommend outcomes:
A. Develop, demonstrate, and implement appropriate fitness programs for healthy individuals, according to ACSM guidelines.
B. Interpret fitness assessment data and use data to develop individual plans to achieve cardiorespiratory, muscular strength/endurance, flexibility/balance, body composition and fitness/sport performance goals.
C. Sit for ACSM CPT and HFS Certifications.

363. FT 106 – Analysis of Movement
Course Revision – Des, Out
Postpone at SAC Request

364. FT 107 – Exercise Science I
Course Revision – Des, Out
Postpone at SAC Request

365. FT 131 – Struct & Function Human Body
Course Revision – Des, Req, out
Recommend description:
Presents basic principles in anatomy, physiology, and exercise science. Introduces terminology, concepts, basic chemistry, cell structure and function, tissues and the following systems: metabolic, cardiovascular, pulmonary, skeletal, muscular, endocrine, and nervous. Interpret and apply the fundamental concepts of human anatomy and physiology.  Prerequisites: MTH 65, WR 121, and current Fitness Technology student or instructor approval.
And outcomes:
A. Interpret and relay to others the fundamental concepts of basic anatomy and physiology.
B. Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology to future course work in the Fitness Technology Program.

366. FT 201 – Fitness Assess & Prog III
Course Revision – Des, Req, Out
Recommend description:
Explores the needs and abilities of individuals outside of ACSM’s guidelines for apparently healthy populations. Emphasis is on modification of movement, exercise, equipment, and assessments for these individuals/groups. Includes advanced testing procedures, modification of assessments, and modified exercise programming for these individuals/groups. Prerequisite: FT 105.
And outcomes:
A. Develop, modify, design, and implement appropriate fitness assessments for special populations.
B. Interpret fitness assessment data for clients using published normative charts, other standardized interpretation methods, and personal evaluations.
C. Develop individualized fitness programs, according to ACSM guidelines that are aimed at achieving cardiorespiratory, muscular strength/endurance, flexibility/balance, body composition and fitness/sport performance goals for special populations.
D. Sit for the ACSM HFS certification, or equivalent.

367. FT 201 - Fitness Assess & Prog III
Course Revision – Contact/Credit Hour change
Recommend

368. FT 202 – Fitness and Aging
Course Revision – Des, Req, Out/
Recommend Outcomes:
A. Apply basic exercise physiology principles when working with an aging population.
B. Analyze the trends and research in fitness and aging to make informed decisions regarding exercise testing and programming for older adults.
C. Alter exercise programs and fitness testing protocols as needed for an older population.
D. Solve problems, adapt to new situations, and communicate knowledge effectively when working with older adults.
E. Sit fitness instructor certification exams that have an emphasis on working with older adults.

369. FT 203 – Fitness Promotion
Course Revision – Des, Req
Recommend description:
Covers skills that promote healthy and fit lifestyles to both individuals and groups in a variety of fitness disciplines.  Introduces skills to promote success in the job market. Prerequisites: FT 280 or instructor approval.

370. FT 204 – Exercise Science II
Course Revision – Des, Req, Out
Recommend description:
Continues application of physiological concepts from Exercise Science I. Introduces concepts of environmental conditions, advanced training adaptations, and clinical exercise physiology. Includes additional time in the lab setting learning metabolic and ECG stress testing. Prerequisites: FT 104 and FT 107, or instructor approval.
And outcomes:
A. Utilize physiological concepts within exercise science to determine relevant and valid applications for healthy, athletic, and clinical populations.
B. Interpret basic physiological concepts and apply those to more complex concepts, situations, and clients in the field of Exercise Science.
C. Sit for an intermediate/advanced fitness instructor certification.

371. FT 280 – CE: Fitness Technology
Course Revision – Des, Req
Recommend

372. PE 182A – Beginning Aerobic Fitness- Coed
Course Revision – title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Promotes fitness, health, and  overall wellness through structured group fitness classes. Introduces knowledge and skills needed to perform safe and proper group fitness exercises. The focus of the course and skills learned will vary by campus, term, and/or instructor. Emphasizes improved cardiorespiratory conditioning, muscle strength and endurance, flexibility, and/or  body composition.
And outcomes:
Continue to improve overall physical conditioning through cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle fitness, and flexibility.
Perform safe and effective group fitness exercises.
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.

373. PE 182B – Int Aerobic Fitness-Coed
Course Revision – Title, Des, Out
Recommend description:
Promotes maintenance or improvement of fitness, health, and overall wellness through structured group fitness classes. Covers knowledge and skills for performing more advanced group fitness exercises safely. The focus of the course and skills learned will vary by campus, term, and/or instructor. Emphasizing  improved cardiorespiratory conditioning, muscle strength and endurance, flexibility, body composition, and skill-related fitness (balance, speed, agility, reaction time, coordination). Recommended: Beginning Group Fitness or a recent group exercise class.
and outcomes:
Maintain or improve overall physical conditioning and skills through more of the following areas: cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle fitness, flexibility, agility, balance, reaction time, coordination, and speed.
Perform intermediate/advanced group fitness exercises safely.
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.

374. PE 281 – Profess Activities: Wt Training
Course Revision – Des, Out, Req
Recommend outcomes:
Teach safe, effective lifting techniques for every major muscle group.
Demonstrate ability to understand and describe different strength training methods.
Utilize proper terminology to describe direction, location, function and action of the human body.
Create and present lessons utilizing proper resistance training techniques.
Describe and analyze various resistance training assessments, equipment and programs.
Teach an individualized, comprehensive, and safe resistance training program.

375. PE 282A – Prof Activities: Aerobic Group
Course Revision – title, Des, Req, Out
Recommend description:
Explores with faculty mentor group fitness instruction. Covers components of group fitness classes, styles of group exercise, and teaching methods. Corequisite: PE 182 course or instructor permission. Required: Current fitness technology student or instructor approval.
and outcomes:
1. Develop, demonstrate, and implement appropriate assessments and fitness programs for the healthy population.
2. Analyze data and information from a variety of health and fitness sources to determine relevant and valid application for the healthy population.
3. Continue lifelong learning in the areas of health and fitness.
4. Sit for ACE or ACSM Group Exercise Instructor Exams.

376. PE 283 – Prof Act- Mind/Body Disciplines
Course Revision – Des, Req, Out
Recommend outcomes:
Explore employment opportunities for the Mind/Body Disciplines in the fitness industry.
Apply mind/body principles to fitness programming.
Provide quality instruction in the Mind/Body Disciplines in the fitness industry.
Develop and teach a routine in one of the traditional or contemporary Mind/Body Disciplines.

377. PE 287 – Professional Activities – Aquatic
Course Revision – Des, Req
Recommend descrtiption:
Explores with faculty mentor aquatics instruction. Explore the use of swimming and water exercise to achieve total fitness. Corequisite: PE 180H, 180G, or equivalent. Required: Current Fitness Technology Student or instructor approval.

378. PE 288 – Pro-Act: Team Sports Training
Course Revision – Des, Req
Recommend description:
Explores with faculty mentor team sport leadership instruction. Covers components of coaching team sports and skill-related physical fitness such as: progressions and techniques of practice format, sport specific drills, plyometrics, speed-agility- quickness coaching strategies and methodology. Corequisite: PE 185. Required: Current Fitness Technology Student or instructor approval.
And Outcomes:
Implement a team sport practice session for healthy populations.
Design and implement a lesson plan for a team sport practice session.
Sit for ASEP, ACSM-CPT and NSCA-CPT National Certifications.

379. PE 182G – Cardio Conditioning
New Course
Recommend number: PE 162G
And description:
Introduces cardio conditioning  to  improve fitness, health, and overall wellness through structured group fitness classes and individualized cardiorespiratory exercise. Covers knowledge and skills needed to perform safe and proper group and individual fitness exercises. The focus of the course and skills learned will vary by campus, term, and/or instructor. Students will participate in activities that promote and emphasize improved cardiorespiratory conditioning, as well as muscle strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition. May be repeated twice for credit.
and prerequisites: none
and outcomes:
Improve overall physical conditioning through participation in Cardio Conditioning, including but not limited to improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle fitness, and flexibility.
Perform safe and effective group and individual fitness exercises.
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.
Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit.

380. PE 182i – Power Yoga
New Course
Recommend description:
Covers intermediate and advanced Hatha Yoga poses. Offers exposure to other areas of mind-body fitness and an opportunity to study a selected Yoga topic in depth. Students should have prior knowledge and skill base in order to perform the Sun Salute I and II. May be repeated twice for credit.
and prerequisites: none
and outcomes:
Develop personal on-going intermediate and advanced yoga practice
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.
Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit.

381. PE 182M – MMA Combative Conditioning
New Course
Recommend number: PE 162M
and description:
Introduces high-intensity group exercise focusing on challenging your body in a dynamic and energetic fashion. Various activities and exercises in challenging conditions. Utilizes resistance, balance, and compounded motions to improve overall fitness to help optimize athletic performance while minimize potential injury when performing martial arts activities. May be repeated twice for credit.
and prerequisites: none
and outcomes:
Utilize improved physical conditioning (muscle and cardiorespiratory endurance, strength, flexibility, and body composition), while performing martial art activities.
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.
Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit.

382. PE 182O – Core Fitness
New Course
Recommend number: PE 162O
and description:
Improves fitness, health, and overall wellness through structured group exercise. Performs safe and proper exercises to stabilize the core muscles which include back, abdominal, hip, pelvis and lateral trunk muscles. The focus of the course and skills learned will vary by campus, term, and/or instructor. Promotes improved cardiorespiratory conditioning, muscle strength and endurance, flexibility, and/or body composition with special emphasis on involvement of strong core muscles. May be repeated twice for credit.
and prerequisites: none
and outcomes:
Improve overall physical conditioning through Core Fitness participation, including but not limited to improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle fitness, and flexibility.
Perform safe and effective Core Fitness exercises.
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.
Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit.

383. PE 182 V – Sports Fitness
New Course
Recommend description:
Covers cardiorespiratory fitness, functional training, agility, balance, and teamwork through a variety of team sports. Geared toward practicing specific sport related skills and applying learned skills in game/action environment. May be repeated twice for credit.
and prerequisites: none
and outcomes:
Improve overall physical conditioning through sport specific participation, including but not limited to improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle fitness, and flexibility, and sports performance.
Perform safe and effective sport specific exercises.
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.
Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit.

384. PE 182W – Physical Activity for Weight Control
New Course
Recommend description:
Introduces an independent and progressive  activity program for overweight, sedentary, and/or older students. Recommended for those students who would like help with weight control through activity, and who have their doctor’s permission to begin an activity program. May be repeated twice for credit.
and prerequisites: none
and outcomes:
Maintain improved physical and cardiovascular conditioning to help obtain/maintain healthy body composition.
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.
Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit.

385. PE 182X – NIA Technique
New Course
Recommend description:
Introduces the Nia Technique as a mind/body discipline that blends key elements of the martial, dance, and healing arts to provide a safe, exciting, and joyful fitness program. Applies the design and function of The Body’s Way to achieve physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual fitness and well-being. May be repeated twice for credit.
and prerequisites: none
and outcomes:
Apply sensory, kinesthetic and body alignment and awareness to fitness and beyond through the Nia technique.
Perform safe and effective Nia exercises.
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.
Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit.

386. PE 182Y – Indoor Cycling
New Course
Recommend description:
Indoor Cycling introduces a improve fitness, health, and overall wellness through structured group cycling. Perform safe and proper group exercises. The focus of the course and skills learned will vary by campus, term, and/or instructor. Promotes improved cardiorespiratory conditioning, muscle strength and endurance, flexibility, and body composition. May be repeated twice for credit.
and prerequisites: none
and outcomes:
Improve overall physical conditioning through Indoor Cycling participation, including but not limited to improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle fitness, and flexibility.
Perform safe and effective Indoor cycling.
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.
Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit.

387. PE 182Z – Zumba Fitness
New Course
Recommend description:
Introduces Zumba fitness to improve, health, and overall wellness through structured group exercise. Performs safe and proper rhythmic exercises featuring interval training sessions. The focus of the course and skills learned will vary by campus, term, and/or instructor. Promotes improved cardiorespiratory conditioning, muscle endurance, flexibility, and/or body composition.
May be repeated twice for credit.
and prerequisites: none
And outcomes:
Improve overall physical conditioning through Zumba Fitness participation, including but not limited to improvements in cardiorespiratory fitness, muscle fitness, balance, agility and flexibility.
Perform safe and effective Zumba fitness exercises.
Identify different rhythms, step patterns and the techniques associated with those rhythms.
Develop a lifelong fitness, health, and wellness program.
Experience the relationship of the mind, body and spirit.