Nov 30, 2022  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions


The courses listed below are all active courses in the course inventory. Students should refer to the class schedule or the appropriate academic department to inquire about course offerings.

 
  
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    GEOL 216 - Engineering Geology


    Description
    Introduction to the principles of geology and their application to civil engineering problems and structures.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for GEOL 216 and GEOL 115.

    Cr 3
    Lec 2
    Lab 3
  
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    GERM 101 - Introductory German I


    LCCN CGRM 1013, Elementary German I; CGRM 1014, Elementary German I (4 credit hours, 1 of which will be general transfer credit)

    Description
    Essentials of German grammar and pronunciation with emphasis on conversation.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    GERM 102 - Introductory German II


    LCCN CGRM 1023, Elementary German II; CGRM 1024, Elementary German II (4 credit hours, 1 of which will be general transfer credit)

    Description
    Essentials of German grammar and pronunciation with emphasis on conversation.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): GERM 101.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    GNST 397 - Professional Skills-Internship in Arts & Humanities


    Description
    Supervised, practical experience in subject areas in the Arts & Humanities.

    Note(s)
    Minimum of 80 clock hours of work to earn 2 hours course credit. Minimum of 120 clock hours of work to earn 3 hours course credit. May not be repeated. For Bachelor of General Studies students only.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): ENGL 101 (with a grade of C or better), ENGL 102 (with a grade of C or better), 75 credit hours (including completion of General Studies core requirements), minimum overall GPA of 2.75, and permission of department head.

    Cr 2-3
    Course Designation(s)
    • INT
  
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    GNST 398 - Professional Skills-Internship in Behavioral Sciences


    Description
    Supervised, practical experience in subject areas in the Behavioral Sciences.

    Note(s)
    Minimum of 80 clock hours of work to earn 2 hours course credit. Minimum of 120 clock hours of work to earn 3 hours course credit. May not be repeated. For Bachelor of General Studies students only.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): ENGL 101 (with a grade of C or better), ENGL 102 (with a grade of C or better), 75 credit hours (including completion of General Studies core requirements), minimum overall GPA of 2.75, and permission of department head.

    Cr 2-3
    Course Designation(s)
    • INT
  
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    GNST 399 - General Studies Internship


    Description
    Supervised, practical experience in various subject areas.

    Note(s)
    Minimum of 80 clock hours of work to earn 2 hours course credit. Minimum of 120 clock hours of work to earn 3 hours course credit. Course can only be used in the Free Electives block in the BGS. May not be repeated. For Bachelor of General Studies students only.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): ENGL 101 (with a grade of C or better), ENGL 102 (with a grade of C or better), 75 credit hours (including completion of General Studies core requirements), minimum overall GPA of 2.75, and permission of department head.

    Cr 2-3
    Course Designation(s)
    • INT
  
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    GNST 400 - General Studies Capstone


    Description
    Integration of technology, oral and written communication, and research skills. Capstone Course.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Graduating senior standing, admission into the General Studies program, and permission of department head.

    Cr 1
    Lec 1
    Course Designation(s)
    • CAP
    • NYF
  
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    GREK 101 - Introduction to Ancient Greek I


    Description
    Ancient Greek grammar and syntax designed to enable students to read selected texts from the Greek New Testament and from classical authors.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    GREK 102 - Introduction to Ancient Greek II


    Description
    Ancient Greek grammar and syntax designed to enable students to read selected texts from the Greek New Testament and from classical authors.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 101.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    GREK 201 - Intermediate Ancient Greek I


    Description
    Ancient Greek grammar and syntax past the introductory level. Selected readings in classical and New Testament Greek.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 102.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    GREK 202 - Intermediate Ancient Greek II


    Description
    Ancient Greek grammar and syntax past the introductory level. Selected readings in classical and New Testament Greek.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 201.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    GREK 301 - Readings in Ancient Greek


    Description
    Selected passages from classical, biblical, or Byzantine Greek.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): GREK 202.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 103 - Team Sports and Group Activities


    Note(s)
    For health and human performance majors only.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 104 - Individual and Lifetime Sports


    Note(s)
    For health and human performance majors only. No duplicate credit for HHP 104 and HPED 104.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 105 - Basic Skills in Elementary Motor Skills, Dance, and Tumbling


    Note(s)
    For health and human performance majors only. No duplicate credit for HHP 105 and HPED 105.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 111 - First Aid and CPR/AED


    Description
    Preparation for certification in American Red Cross for First Aid and CPR/AED. Lecture and skills practice in prevention and care in emergency situations. Certification if standards met. Opportunity for CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certification if additional in-class American Red Cross requirements met.

     

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 111 and HPED 111.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
    Course Fee $30.00

  
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    HHP 116 - Intro to Sports Medicine


    Description
    Introduction to sports medicine and its relationship to performance enhancement, injury care and management, related professions, governing bodies, and associations.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 116 and HHP 115, HPED 115, or HPED 116.

    Cr 3
    Lec 1
    Lab 4
    Field Experience 50 hours

  
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    HHP 122 - Personal and Community Health


    Description
    Fundamentals of personal health, community health problems, public health services, basic nutritional needs, family life education; prevention and control of diseases.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 122 and HPED 122.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 124 - Exercise, Fitness, and Nutrition


    Description
    Study of exercise, physical fitness, and diet. Principles of conditioning with emphasis on the development of individual programs for aerobic fitness will be outlined.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 124 and HPED 124.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 125 - Varsity Baseball


    Description
    Participation in university varsity program.

    Note(s)
    May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a member of University varsity team.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 126 - Varsity Basketball


    Description
    Participation in university varsity program.

    Note(s)
    May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a member of University varsity team.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 127 - Varsity Football


    Description
    Participation in university varsity program.

    Note(s)
    May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a member of University varsity team.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 128 - Varsity Golf


    Description
    Participation in university varsity program.

    Note(s)
    May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a member of University varsity team.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 129 - Varsity Tennis


    Description
    Participation in university varsity program.

    Note(s)
    May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a member of University varsity team.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 132 - Varsity Track and Field


    Description
    Participation in university varsity program.

    Note(s)
    May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a member of University varsity team.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 133 - Varsity Volleyball


    Description
    Participation in university varsity program.

    Note(s)
    May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a member of University varsity team.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 134 - Varsity Softball


    Description
    Participation in university varsity program.

    Note(s)
    May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a member of University varsity team.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 135 - Varsity Soccer


    Description
    Participation in university varsity program.

    Note(s)
    May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a member of University varsity team.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 138 - Performing Dance (Cheerleaders and Cowgirl Kickers)


    Description
    Participation in cheerleader or kicker program.

    Note(s)
    May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a Cheerleader or Cowgirl Kicker.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 151 - Beginning Tennis


    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 151 and HPED 151.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 152 - Fitness


    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 152 and HPED 152.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 158 - Volleyball


    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 158 and HPED 158.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 160 - Aquatics I


    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 160 and HPED 160.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 164 - Weight Training


    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 164 and HPED 164.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 168 - Conditioning


    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 168 and HPED 168.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 173 - Fitness Swimming


    Description
    Intermediate skills and techniques.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 179 - Scuba Diving


    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 179 and HPED 179.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
    Course Fee $135.00

  
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    HHP 181 - Beginning Tae Kwon Do


    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 181 and HPED 181.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 182 - Intermediate Tae Kwon Do


    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 182 and HPED 182.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 181 or permission of department head.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 183 - Advanced Tae Kwon Do


    Description
    Advanced techniques and training in Tae Kwon Do.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 183 and HPED 183.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 181 or permission of department head.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 184 - Cardio Kickboxing


    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 184 and HPED 184.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 199 - Skills and Methods of Physical Conditioning


    Description
    Participation in university varsity program.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 199 and HPED 199. May not enroll in more than one varsity sport per semester. May be repeated for credit. Credits for this course may not be applied toward a degree.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Must be a member of University varsity team.

    Cr 2
  
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    HHP 200 - Foundations of Health and Physical Education


    Description
    Historical, philosophical, and sociological analyses of physical education.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 200 and HPED 200. For health and physical education majors only.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
    Field Experience 10 hours

  
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    HHP 223 - Sport Management


    Description
    Settings, roles, and expertise in sport management.

    Note(s)
    For health and human performance majors only.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 231 - Sports Nutrition for Allied Health Professionals


    Description
    Overview of the dietary guidelines, nutritional recommendations, ergogenic aids, and systems used to fuel the body during activity; development of nutritional plans for various physically active populations.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 235 - Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries and Illness


    Description
    Prevention, care, and treatment of acute injuries and illness. Includes mechanism, pathology, and treatment of athletic injuries.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 235 and HPED 235, HHP 333, or HPED 333.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 111.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 244 - Drugs and Society


    Description
    Survey of major prescription and nonprescription drugs; prevalence, related morbidity and mortality, pharmacology, medical applications and regulation, education and effective prevention strategies. Emphasis is on public health and the impact of drugs on families, schools, athletics, jobs, and communities.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 244 and HPED 244.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 264 - Intermediate Weight Training


    Description
    Intermediate weight training.

    Cr 2
    Lec 1
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 281 - General Safety Education


    Description
    Psychology of accidents; knowledge related to accidents, habits, skills, and general safety measures.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 281 and HPED 281.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 285 - Taping and Bracing for Orthopedic Injuries


    Description
    Introduction and skill development to taping, wrapping, and orthopedic bracing and splinting techniques for prevention and management of athletic injuries.  

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 285 and HPED 285.

    Cr 3
    Lec 2
    Lab 3
    Course Fee $45.00

  
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    HHP 305 - Rules and Strategies in K-12 Physical Activities


    Description
    Application of rules, strategies, and skills for K-12 physical activities.

    Cr 2
    Lec 2
  
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    HHP 331 - Kinesiology


    Description
    Mechanical and anatomical elements of human motion. Muscular analysis of body movements utilized in physical education activities.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 331 and HPED 331.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 210 or BIOL 225.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 332 - Advanced Health Topics


    Description
    Advanced studies in personal health care, family living and sexual education, community health, and diseases and disorders.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 333 - Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries


    Description
    Prevention, emergency care, and treatment of athletic injuries utilizing supports, massage, therapeutics, conditioning exercises, first aid, and safety practices.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 333 and HHP 235, HPED 235, or HPED 333. For health and human performance majors only.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 111.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 334 - Clinical Practicum for Athletic Training


    Description
    Clinical laboratory for students pursuing National Athletic Trainers Association certification. 500 clinical clock hours required for credit.

    Note(s)
    May be repeated to accrue a total of 6 credit hours. No duplicate credit for HHP 334 and HPED 334.

    Cr 2
    Lab 4
  
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    HHP 340 - Methods in Health Education for Elementary and Secondary Schools


    Description
    Contemporary lesson planning in health education with emphasis on the coordinated school health program in a micro-teaching field experience.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 340 and HPED 340.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): EDUC 200 or EDUC 499.
    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): HHP 343.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
    Field Experience 15 hours

  
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    HHP 341 - Introduction to Health and Human Performance Professions


    Description
    Introduction to health professions including non-profit and for-profit organizations, private and public corporations. Emphasis on leadership, management, planning, implementing, and evaluation of health services.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 341 and HPED 341.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 343 - Physical Education Methods and Strategies, K-12


    Description
    Curriculum, methods, materials, activities and teaching techniques in elementary and secondary physical education.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 343 and HPED 343.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): (EDUC 200 or EDUC 499) and HHP 200.
    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): HHP 340.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
    Field Experience 30 hours

  
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    HHP 345 - Physiology of Exercise


    Description
    Physiological effects of activity on the body systems. Emphasis placed on the physiological response of the muscular, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems to physical exercise and training.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 345 and HPED 345.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 210 or BIOL 225.

    Cr 3
    Lec 2
    Lab 2
    Course Designation(s)
    • NYF
  
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    HHP 351 - Leisure Studies Programming


    Description
    Designed to train leaders for leisure studies and to acquaint the student with the organization, planning, and philosophy of leisure studies.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 351 and HPED 351.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 355 - Athletic Injury Assessment of the Lower Extremities


    Description
    Evaluation and recognition of injuries of the lower extremities. Includes assessment techniques and special tests used in evaluating sports related injuries.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 355 and HPED 355.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 225 or permission of department head.

    Cr 3
    Lec 2
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 365 - Athletic Injury Assessment of the Spine and Upper Extremities


    Description
    Evaluation and recognition of injuries to the spine and upper extremities. Includes assessment techniques and special tests used in evaluating sports related injuries.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 365 and HPED 365.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 225.

    Cr 3
    Lec 2
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 368 - Personal Training


    Description
    Safe and effective personal training techniques for select groups including children adolescents, athletes, elderly, and certain at-risk populations. Successful completion of coursework and laboratory exercises qualifies students to sit for the national examination for Certified Personal Trainer.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 368 and HHP 268.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 124.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 370 - Athletic Injury Assessment of the Neurological System


    Description
    Evaluation and recognition of injuries of the neurological system. Includes assessment techniques and special tests used in evaluating sports related injuries.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 225 or permission of department head.

    Cr 3
    Lec 2
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 375 - Therapeutic Modalities


    Description
    Theory, method, and application techniques of various therapeutic modalities used in athletic training. Clinical applications include the appropriate supervision of qualified, licensed professionals.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 375 and HPED 375.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 331 or permission of department head.

    Cr 3
    Lec 2
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 385 - Driver Education I


    Description
    Investigation of the problems facing drivers such as pedestrians, cycles, vehicles, and traffic engineering difficulties. One of four courses required by the Louisiana Department of Education for an endorsement in driver education.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 385 and HPED 385.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): EDUC 200 and Junior standing.
    Corequisite(s): HHP 386.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 386 - Driver Education II


    Description
    An in-depth study of curriculum materials and instructional devices and techniques leading to state certification of driver education. Open to education majors only. Students must have a valid Louisiana driver’s license.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 386 and HPED 386.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Corequisite(s): HHP 385.

    Cr 4
    Lec 3
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 389 - Athletic Training Clinical Practicum III


    Description
    Clinical experiences in a variety of athletic training settings. Emphasis on clinical proficiency in therapeutic modalities and lower extremities.  

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 389 and HPED 389.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 388 or permission of department head.

    Cr 3
    Lec 1
    Lab 4
  
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    HHP 415 - Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation


    Description
    Principles of therapeutic exercise and rehabilitation program analysis for injuries.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 415 and HPED 415.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 418 - Practicum in Health and Human Performance


    Description
    Field experience in athletic coaching, community health, and other health related professions.

    Note(s)
    May be repeated as practicum area varies to accrue a total of 6 credit hours. No duplicate credit for HHP 418 and HPED 418. For health and human performance majors only or permission of department head.

    Cr 3
    Lab 6
    Course Designation(s)
    • NYF
  
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    HHP 419 - Practicum in Sports Medicine


    Description
    Field experience in the athletic training profession.

    Note(s)
    For HHP majors only. May be repeated as practicum area varies to accrue a total of 6 credit hours.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of department head.

    Cr 1-3
    Lab 2-6
    Field Experience 40 per credit hour

  
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    HHP 425 - Tests and Measurements in Physical Education


    Description
    Construction, use, administration and interpretation of evaluative instruments in health and physical education. Tests measuring physical fitness and sports skills are given special attention. Assignments include computer and microcomputer applications.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 425 and HPED 425. For health and human performance majors only.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 430 - Advanced Athletic Training


    Description
    Organization and administration of athletic training room.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 430 and HHP 431.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of department head.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 431 - Advanced Sports Medicine


    Description
    Organization and administration of the athletic training room. Includes training room design, budget, equipment, staffing, liability, and risk in athletic training. Also includes insurance issues, third party reimbursement, and other current topics in sports medicine.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 431 and HHP 430.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of department head.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 435 - Adult Fitness and Exercise Prescription


    Description
    Principles of designing physical fitness programs for adults and designated populations. Emphasis on electrocardiography and exercise tolerance testing.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 435 and HPED 435.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 345.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 448 - Motor Learning


    Description
    Identification of variables which influence the acquisition and retention of motor skills. Theories and methods of learning motor skills.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 448 and HHP 548, HHP 549, HPED 448, HPED 548, and HPED 549.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Junior standing.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 450 - Practicum in Health and Physical Education


    Description
    Field-based course with supervised participation and teaching in the health and physical education in grades K-12. Lesson planning, methodology, classroom management, assessment, and school/community engagement in diverse instructional settings.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 340 and HHP 343.

    Cr 3
    Lec 2
    Lab 2
    Field Experience 40 hours

  
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    HHP 454 - Introduction of Physical Education for Disabled Children


    Description
    Teacher candidates will examine developmentally appropriate activities, theories, methodologies, and behavior management strategies specific to Adapted Physical Education (APE). Emphasis placed on physical activity in the least restrictive environment for individuals with disabilities. Twenty hours of field experience in an approved adapted physical education setting.  

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 454 and HHP 554, HPED 454, or HPED 554.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): EDUC 200 or EDUC 499.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 455 - Behavioral Impairment and Physical Education


    Description
    Analysis of behavioral and mental health conditions in adapted physical education and sport environments. Instructional methods and interventional strategies will be explored int eh psychomotor, affective, and cognitive domains. Emphasis will be placed on perceptual motor deficits, protocol and assessment, transition plan, laws, and historical perspective, technology, and behavior management. Ten hours of field experience in an approved adapted physical education setting.  

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 455 and HHP 555, HPED 455, or HPED 555.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): (EDUC 200 or EDUC 499) and HHP 454.

    Cr 3
    Lec 2
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 456 - Chronic Disability and Physical Education


    Description
    Study of children with overt physical and/or sensory disabilities of a long-lasting nature and appropriate physical education programs. Substantial observation in schools is required.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 456 and HHP 556, HPED 456, or HPED 556.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): (EDUC 200 or EDUC 499) and HHP 454.

    Cr 3
    Lec 2
    Lab 2
  
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    HHP 458 - Internship in Health Promotion


    Description
    Non-paid field experience with approved cooperating health promotion program. Student supervision provided by an on-site employee and faculty member. Students required to work at least 240 hours.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 458 and HPED 458.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of department head.

    Cr 6
    Lec 1
    Lab 10
    Course Designation(s)
    • CAP
    • INT
  
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    HHP 459 - Internship in Exercise Science


    Description
    Non-paid field experience at an approved clinical setting in physical therapy, cardiac rehabilitation or related areas. Student supervision is provided by on-site employee and a departmental faculty member. Students are required to work a minimum of 240 hours.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 459 and HPED 459.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of department head.

    Cr 6
    Lec 1
    Lab 10
    Course Designation(s)
    • CAP
    • INT
    • NYF
  
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    HHP 460 - Internship in Sport and Wellness Management


    Description
    Non-paid field experience with approved cooperating agency. Student supervision provided by an on-site employee and faculty member. Students are required to work at least 240 hours.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of department head.

    Cr 6
    Lec 1
    Lab 10
    Field Experience 240 hours

    Course Designation(s)
    • CAP
    • INT
  
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    HHP 465 - General Medical Conditions in Sports


    Description
    Introduction to clinical etiology of general medical conditions associated with the physically active patient.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 465 and HPED 465.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 468 - Directed Observation and Student Teaching


    Description
    Full-day experience in school setting in grades K-12. Classroom teaching, oral communication, and related activities in an all-day assignment. Minimum of 200 actual teaching hours required. Mandatory attendance at seminars.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 468 and EDUC 468H, HHP 468H, HPED 468, or HPED 468H.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): EDUC 200, completion of all methods courses (C or higher), passing scores on the Praxis content-specific exam and Praxis: Principles of Learning and Teaching exam, and permission of Director of Student Teaching and Professional Education Services (ST/PES).

    Cr 9 or 12
    Course Fee $25.00

    Course Designation(s)
    • CAP
    • NYF
  
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    HHP 469 - Advanced Strength and Conditioning Prescription


    Description
    Overview of advanced strength and conditioning with an emphasis on the exercise sciences (including anatomy, exercise physiology, and biomechanics) and nutrition, exercise technique, program design, organization and administration, and testing and evaluation. This course is designed to prepare students for the nationally accredited Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification exam.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 331.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 470 - Student Teaching Residency I


    Description
    Designed for undergraduate baccalaureate health and physical education candidates. Director of Student Teaching determines school schedules. The residency and accompanying seminars include opportunities to synthesize content from all previous coursework, including designing, implementing, and assessing instruction; student motivation and engagement; professionalism; and collaboration with colleagues and families. The teacher candidate is an active participant in the PK-12 school community through close observation of the mentor teacher, collaborative practice with the mentor teacher, and/or supervised independent practice. Concepts and skills learned in EDUC 469 (Field Study Project); EDUC 471 (Seminar-Student Teaching Residency I); and EDUC 351 (Educational Measurements) are a particular focus in this residency; however, the resident engages in all content areas.

    Note(s)
    Student Teaching Residency I (HHP 470) and Student Teaching Residency II (HHP 472) must be taken in consecutive semesters.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): EDUC 300 and permission of department head.
    Corequisite(s): EDUC 351, EDUC 469, and EDUC 471.

    Cr 3
    Field Experience Per Bulletin 996, candidates must spend a minimum percentage of the residency school site’s instructional time each week engaged in residency activities. The term "instructional time" for the purpose of the residency is based on the start and dismissal times for PK-12 students at the school in which the residency is occurring. Percentage requirements vary by major.

  
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    HHP 472 - Student Teaching Residency II


    Description
    This culminating, full-time clinical residency will place the teacher candidate in an assigned, accredited public school site. Close collaboration between the candidate and mentor teacher will occur in a variety of ways, including the candidate taking the role of lead teacher. The candidate will assume responsibility for all functions of the classroom, including overall design and implementation of instruction and assessment in all curricular areas, maintenance of a productive classroom environment tailored to the needs of diverse learners, communication with colleagues and families, and integration of technology to improve student learning. Knowledge and skills concerning assessment, data, and use of specific instructional strategies for identified needs are practiced, and the teacher candidates evaluate these practices in light of class and individual academic achievement. Seminar (EDUC 473) accompanies Residency II. The teacher candidate is an active participant in the PK-12 school community through close observation of the mentor teacher, collaborative practice with the mentor teacher, and/or supervised independent practice. The resident engages in all applicable content areas.

    Note(s)
    Student Teaching Residency I (HHP 470) and Student Teaching Residency II (HHP 472) must be taken in consecutive semesters.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 470 (with a grade of C or better) and permission of department head.
    Corequisite(s): EDUC 473.

    Cr 3
    Field Experience Per Bulletin 996, candidates must spend a minimum percentage of the residency school site’s instructional time each week engaged in residency activities. The term “instructional time” for the purpose of the residency is based on the start and dismissal times for PK-12 students at the school in which the residency is occurring. Percentage requirements vary by major.

    Course Designation(s)
    • CAP
  
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    HHP 483 - The Physical Education Curriculum for Disabled Children


    Description
    Examination of curriculum needs, implementation and evaluation of physical education programs for disabled children. An assessment will be made of state and federal regulations and acceptable physical education programs for the disabled.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 483 and HHP 583 or HPED 483.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): (EDUC 200 or EDUC 499), HHP 454, HHP 455, and HHP 456.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 485 - Research Writing for Allied Health Professionals


    Description
    Synthesizing and evaluating research in allied health-based disciplines and dissemination of information to the general population, with an emphasis on APA formatting.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): ENGL 101, ENGL 102, and Sophomore standing.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 488 - Athletic Training Clinical Practicum IV


    Description
    Clinical experiences in a variety of athletic training settings. Emphasis on clinical proficiency in upper extremity evaluation.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 488 and HPED 488.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 389 or permission of department head.

    Cr 3
    Lec 1
    Lab 4
  
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    HHP 489 - Athletic Training Clinical Practicum V


    Description
    Clinical experiences in a variety of athletic training settings. Emphasis on clinical proficiency in therapeutic rehabilitation and general medical conditions of athletes.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 489 and HHP 400 or HPED 489.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 488 or permission of department head.
    Corequisite(s): HHP 495.

    Cr 4
    Lec 2
    Lab 4
  
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    HHP 490 - Athletic Training Clinical Practicum VI


    Description
    Clinical experiences in a variety of athletic training settings. Emphasis on clinical proficiency in psychological issues in the athlete, organization and administration, and exercise physiology.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 490 and HHP 401 or HPED 490.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 489 or permission of department head.

    Cr 4
    Lec 2
    Lab 4
  
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    HHP 495 - Preparatory Board of Certification (BOC) Exam


    Description
    Designed to review and prepare Athletic Training Student (ATS) for the Board of Certification (BOC) exam.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 488 or permission of department head.
    Corequisite(s): HHP 489.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 600 - Research Methods in Health and Human Performance


    Description
    Types, methods, and applications of research with emphasis on problem statements, literature review, and methodology.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 600 and HPED 600.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 601 - Independent Study in Health and Human Performance


    Description
    Data collection, analysis, and completion of research paper.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 601 and HPED 601.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): HHP 600.

    Cr 3
  
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    HHP 606 - The Physiological Basis of Human Performance


    Description
    Physiological concepts in the body’s response to exercise. Immediate and long term changes in the body systems, and the biochemical and environmental factors affecting human performance will be emphasized.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 606 and HPED 606.

    Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s)
    Prerequisite(s): BIOL 225 and HHP 345.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 611 - Measurements in Health and Physical Education


    Description
    Study of statistical procedures used in research in Health and Physical Education.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 611 and HPED 611.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 616 - Critical Analysis of Professional Literature


    Description
    Critical analysis and thorough study of the literature in the fields of health, physical education, and selected related fields. Extensive reading assignments and appraisals of various research studies.

    Note(s)
    No duplicate credit for HHP 616 and HPED 616.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
  
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    HHP 617 - Workshop in Health and Human Performance


    Description
    Workshops designed to advance the professional competence of health and human performance professionals. For each offering the particular area of study will be indicated by the department head. Readings and a research project required.

    Note(s)
    May be repeated as topics vary to accrue 6 credit hours. No duplicate credit for HHP 617 and HHP 517, HPED 517, or HPED 617.

    Cr 3
    Lec 3
 

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