PHYSICAL EDUCATION (PHYS ED-660)

106 Gymnastics/Rhythms (3) Competency based lab experience leading to beginning performing proficiencies in tumbling, movement fundamentals, and movement exploration.

107 Life Style Management (3) Individualized health-related fitness assessment and interpretation; presentation of a variety of aerobic-based activities, nutritional information, and stress management techniques.

109 Professional Orientation (3) Overviews the physical education and health education profession emphasizing professional behavior, personal values, and career opportunities. Requires demonstration of performance proficiencies in selected sport skills.

112 Open Water (3) Laws of physics that relate to diving, medical aspects of diving, decompression and recompression, aquatic environment, and basic rescue techniques Certification: PADI. To be certified, a student must complete a weekend practical exercise at a dive location. Prereq: Instructor's approval. May not be repeated for credit.

113 Advanced Scuba and Rescue (3) Comprehensive study of factors involved in open water diving including the safety factors associated with night diving, search and recovery, compass navigation, and natural navigation. Certification: PADI. To be certified, a student must complete a weekend exercise at a dive location. Prereq: Instructor's approval and Phys Ed 112. May not be repeated for credit.

114 Dive Master (3) Knowledge, skill, and safety factors involved in conducting underwater tours and dive trips for groups. First aid and CPR training for diving accidents, emergency entry and retrieval of divers from the water. Certification: PADI. Prereq: Phys Ed 113 and Instructor's approval. May not be repeated for credit.

115 Swimming (2) For all students on the beginning nonswimmer levels. A proficiency test administered the first day of class. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

116 Lifeguard Training (2) Skills and knowledge necessary for American Red Cross Lifeguard Certificate. One hour lecture and two one-hour labs. Prereq: Current certification in First Aid and CPR, or concurrent enrollment in Health 320. May not be repeated for credit.

117 Water Safety Instructor (2) Skills and knowledge necessary for American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certificate. One hour lecture and two one-hour labs. Prereq: Current certification in advanced lifesaving and/or emergency water safety. May not be repeated for credit.

118 Judo I (2) Beginning judo. Course emphasizes physical and mental skills utilized in the judo training. May not be repeated for credit.

119 Karate I (2) Beginning karate. Course emphasizes physical and mental skills utilized in the martial arts. One hour lecture and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

120 Karate ll (2) Intermediate and advanced karate skill development. May be repeated for credit. One hour lecture and two one-hour labs.

121 Marksmanship/Weapons (2) Instruction in the history of weapons, firearms, safety, various types of military weapons. Basic rifle marksmanship including the various types of firing positions, federal and state firearm laws, and the U.S Army Qualification Course with the M16 rifle. Freshman and sophomores are encouraged to participate because of their eligibility as it relates to possible ROTC financial benefits. Four hours lecture/lab. May not be repeated for credit.

122 Aerobic Walking/Jogging (2) A course designed to promote health and longevity. Emphasis on the development of an individual walking or jogging program as an aerobic activity to promote cardiovascular endurance and flexibility. Emphasis on body composition and diet. May be repeated for credit. One hour and two one-hour labs.

123 Hydrobics (2) A vital program for health and longevity emphasizing cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, body composition, and diet control. An aerobic fitness opportunity for students who cannot participate in traditional aerobic activities due to physical limitations. May be repeated for credit. One hour and two one-hour labs.

124 Rhythmic Aerobics (2) A program of vigorous choreographed movements and steps to music designed to improve or maintain cardiovascular endurance, agility, flexibility, balance, strength, rhythm, and coordination. May be repeated for credit. One hour and two one-hour labs.

125 Weight Training (2) Various weight training programs. Emphasis on the safe use of the Universal weight machine, understanding the principles of training, and the development of individual fitness goals. May be repeated for credit. One hour and two one-hour labs.

126 Archery (2) Development and refinement of the skills of archery. Emphasis on aiming techniques, safety, rules, equipment, and tournament competition. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

127 Advanced Archery (2) Development of knowledge and skills used for hunting and competitive target shooting. May be repeated for credit. One hour lecture and two one-hour labs.

128 Badminton (2) Development of the skills and strategies of badminton. Emphasis on rules, safety, and sportsmanship necessary to play both competitively and recreationally. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

129 Advanced Judo (2) Course develops the knowledge and skills required for advanced competence in Judo. Training emphasizes falling, throwing, mat, and sparring techniques. Prereq: Phys Ed 118 or instructor's approval. May be repeated for credit.

130 Hapkido (2) Course teaches the basic skills and knowledge of self-defense. Combines the elements of Karate, Judo, and other self-defense disciplines and prepares the student for advanced study of Hapkido. May not be repeated for credit.

131 women's Self-Defense (2) This class is designed to provide instruction relative to awareness of potentially dangerous situations. It will also provide the students with the opportunity to learn basic self-defense skills in the event there is an attack. May not be repeated for credit. 132 Advanced women's Self-Defense (2) The class is designed to provide continued instruction relative to awareness of potentially dangerous situations encountered on a daily basis. It will provide the student the opportunity to develop intermediate and advanced self-defense skills.

135 Golf (2) Development of the skills of golf. Emphasis on rules, safety, and sportsmanship. Opportunities to practice at various local golf courses. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

136 Advanced Golf (2) To provide the student with an overview and understanding of golf rules, skills, and etiquette with opportunities to develop greater skill through instruction and practice at local golf courses. Prereq: Phys Ed 135 or instructor's approval. May be repeated for credit.

140 Tumbling and Gymnastics (2) Development of skills and safety in tumbling and gymnastics. Instruction for students with no previous background. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

142 Intermediate Gymnastics (2) Development of skills and safety in the different gymnastic events for men and women. Beginning instruction at intermediate levels of difficulty. One hour and two one-hour labs. Prereq: Phys Ed 140 or instructor's approval.

143 Gymnastics for Cheerleading (2) Techniques and skills applicable to cheerleading, including crowd communications, motivation and control, tumbling, partner stunts, jumps, and pyramid building. An extension of the UT Martin Cheerleading Scholarship Program. Scholarship recipients take course Fall Semester only. One hour and two one-hour labs. Prereq: Scholarship recipient or instructor's approval. May not be repeated for credit.

150 PicklebalI and Paddle Tennis (2) Development of the skills of pickleball and paddle tennis. Emphasis on rules, strategies, safety and sportsmanship involved in playing both competitively and recreationally. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

155 RacquetbalI (2) Development of the skills of racquetball. Emphasis on rules, strategies, safety, and sportsmanship involved in playing both competitively and recreationally. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

160 Tennis (2) Development of the skills of tennis. Emphasis on rules, strategies, safety, and sportsmanship involved in playing both competitively and recreationally. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

161 Intermediate Tennis (2) Focus on match play strategy for the intermediate performer for singles and doubles. One hour and two one-hour labs. Prereq: Phys Ed 160 or instructor's approval. 180 Intermediate BasketbalI (2) Development of the intermediate skills of basketball. Emphasis on rules, strategies, safety, and sportsmanship involved in playing both competitively and recreationally. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

185 Physical Fitness Training (2) This course is designed to provide the student with the opportunity to participate in a structured physical fitness routine. Components include flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, and cardiovascular training. Can be repeated for credit and will provide exposure to Army ROTC procedures and opportunities. Freshmen and sophomores are encouraged to participate because of their eligibility as it relates to possible ROTC financial benefits.

190 Softball (2) Development of the skills of softball. Emphasis on rules, strategies, safety, and sportsmanship involved in playing both competitively and recreationally. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

205 Techniques of Sports Officiating (2) Training of students in the psychology of officiating, the mechanics, and court positioning to officiate intramural sports.

220 Volleyball (2) Development of the skills of volleyball. Emphasis on rules, strategies, safety, and sportsmanship involved in playing both competitively and recreationally. One hour and two one-hour labs. May not be repeated for credit.

240 Varsity Athletics (2) Participation in the development of high level skill strategies and techniques utilized in a selected varsity sport that is nationally sanctioned for intercollegiate competition and an approved sport in the athletic program at UTM. May be repeated for credit..

302-303 Fitness Management Practicum (3, 3) Supervised study and experience with a cooperating agency. Application must be approved one semester in advance. Prereq: Phys Ed 107 and 109.

304 Adapted Physical Education and Health (3) Classification of atypical students who required modified programs in physical education and health education. Activities and class reorganization suitable for required or special physical education and health education classes.

05 Sport Biomechanics (3) Analysis of mechanical principles of human movement with an emphasis on safe instructional and performance practices.

306-307 Sports Management Practicum (3, 3) Supervised study and experience with a cooperating agency. Application must be approved one semester in advance. Prereq: Phys Ed 109.

308 Clinical Classroom I (4) Field-based experience for health and physical education (Grades K-12) emphasizing beginning teaching skills and classroom management. Will monitor the School of Education testing protocol. Prereq: Phys Ed 106, 107, 109 or approval of instructor; taken concurrently with Phys Ed 350 preferred.

309 Clinical Classroom II (3) Field-based experience for health and physical education (Grades K-5) emphasizing the development and practice of effective teaching skills (i.e., time on task, feedback, praise/reward, and systematic observation techniques). Prereq: Conditional admission to Teacher Education.

310 Developmental Physical Education for Elementary Children (3) Overview of the purpose, curriculum components, and instructional approaches appropriate to developmental readiness stages of the elementary-age child. Prereq: Admission to Teacher Education.

311 Clinical Classroom III (3) Field-based experience for health and physical education at the secondary level emphasizing pre-assessment, unit/lesson planning, implementation and evaluation. Prereq: Phys Ed 309 preferred, Conditional admission to Teacher Education; taken concurrently with Phys Ed 440 preferred.

315 Historical and Philosophical Perspectives of Physical Education and Health Education (3) A review of the heritage of physical education and health education and quest for understanding the philosophical perspectives that have evolved in the 19th and 20th centuries and at the dawn of the 21st century.

350 Lifespan Motor Development (3) An examination of human growth and development with regard to motor/nonlocomotor movement patterns. Consideration is also given to those differences that are attributable to gender and/or age.

360 Firearm and Boating Safety (3) Various techniques in firearm and boating safety instruction. The participant will receive student certification in the areas of hunting and boating safety through the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency. Teaching instructor rating will also be available.

405 Sports Management (3) Emphasis on the organization and management duties of the physical education and health teacher/coach involved in K-12 schools.

430 (630) Exercise Physiology (3) Application of the basic principles of science to the function, training improvement, and maintenance of the human body in various physically active situations unique to physical education. Prereq: Zool 201.

436-437 Special Projects (1, 1) Individual study of a topic chosen jointly by the student and instructor. Prereq: Instructor's approval. 440 Evaluation in Physical Education and Health Education (3) Overview of the procedures and instrumentation used in evaluation with a focus on their application to pedagogical planning.

460 Theory and Techniques of Coaching Baseball/Softball (3) Individual and team fundamentals primarily for the public school coach. Emphasis on conditioning techniques, strategies, team management, motivation, equipment selection/fitting, and scheduling.

465 The Theory and Techniques of Coaching Basketball (3) Emphasis on conditioning techniques, strategies, team management, motivation, equipment selection/fitting, and scheduling.

470 The Theory and Techniques of Coaching Football (3) Emphasis on conditioning, techniques, strategies, team management, motivation, equipment selection/fitting, and scheduling.

475 The Theory and Techniques of Coaching Volleyball (3) Emphasis on conditioning, techniques, strategies, team management, motivation, equipment selection/fitting and scheduling.

485 Workshop in Physical Education: [Title of Workshop] (3) Workshop on selected topics: No more than six hours of workshop credit may be applied to an undergraduate degree in education. Prereq: Instructor's approval.

490 Practicum (3) Supervised field-based experience in coaching and/or athletic related area. Application must be filed one semester prior to enrolling in practicum. Prereq: Instructor's approval.

491 Internship (12) One semester work experience at an off-campus location. Application must be approved one semester in advance.

700 Sport Medicine for Coaches (3) Understanding the scope of the prevention and cure of athletic injuries.

710 Sport Physiology for Coaches (3) The practical application of exercise physiology to athletic performance.

720 Sport Management for Coaches (3) The essential management functions that coaches face daily.

730 Sport Pedagogy for Coaches (3) Systematic and organized approach to teaching sport skills and developing effective practice techniques for optimal athletic performance.

740 Drug Education for Coaches (3) The problems associated with substance use and abuse in athletics.

750 Workshop on Selected Topics (3) Workshop on selected topics. No more than three hours of workshop credit may be applied to a graduate degree in Education. Prereq: Instructor's approval.


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