Course Offerings

Fall 2018

We do not offer any courses this term.


Spring 2018

We do not offer any courses this term.


Winter 2018

See complete information about these courses in the course offerings database. For more information about a specific course, including course type, schedule and location, click on its title.

Fundamental Swimming

PE 101 - Heyde, Kelly E.

Students who are classified "non-swimmers" based on the proficiency test must register for this course. May be taken once.

Fundamental Swimming

PE 101 - LaBerge, Logan E.

Students who are classified "non-swimmers" based on the proficiency test must register for this course. May be taken once.

Therapeutic Exercise

PE 102 - Williamson, Joshua D.

A specialized course employing physical rehabilitation techniques. Students with an acute physical impairment are assigned through consultation with the University physician in lieu of other physical education courses. May be repeated once for degree credit.

Aerobic Swimming

PE 111 - Gardner, Kateri A. (Kami)

A course designed to improve stroke technique and endurance.  Not to be taken after completing PE 205 or 213. May be taken once.

Yoga

PE 126 - Freeman, Dana L.

The practice of yoga enhances balance, improves flexibility and builds core strength. This class offers a full mind-body workout that improves health, athletic performance, and mental acuity in people of all fitness levels.

Yoga

PE 126 - Orrison, Wendy C.

The practice of yoga enhances balance, improves flexibility and builds core strength. This class offers a full mind-body workout that improves health, athletic performance, and mental acuity in people of all fitness levels.

Team Handball

PE 148 - White, Theodore W. (Ted)

Team Handball

Golf

PE 151 - Gyscek, Peter J. / Carralero, Kelsie A.

Golf. Not to be taken after completing PE 209. (Additional special fees and must provide own transportation.)

Boot Camp

PE 153 - Colliton, James G. (Gavin)

This course allows students to cross train in a variety of activities, including: circuit training, agility training, strength training, core training, running, yoga, obstacle courses, and nutrition.

Aerobic Running

PE 154 - Spalding, Brandon P.

Aerobic running. Not to be taken after completing PE 200 or 212.

Aerobic Running

PE 154 - Dager, Michael J. (Mike)

Aerobic running. Not to be taken after completing PE 200 or 212.

Weight Training

PE 155 - McCabe, Eugene M. (Gene)

Weight Training

Weight Training

PE 155 - Cohen, Brandon J.

Weight Training

Weight Training

PE 155 - LeRose, Garrett M.

Weight Training

Weight Training

PE 155 - Abell, Scott P.

Weight Training

Weight Training

PE 155 - Snyder, Bryan L.

Weight Training

Weight Training

PE 155 - Uhl, Brandon J.

Weight Training

Weight Training

PE 155 - Jackson, Steven K.

Weight Training

Weight Training

PE 155 - Berlin, Jonathan S. (Jon)

Weight Training

Badminton

PE 159 - Stickley, Mervin J. (Jeff)

Badminton

Badminton

PE 159 - Shearer, Nathan W.

Badminton

Badminton

PE 159 - Radsky, Alex G.

Badminton

Volleyball

PE 160 - Gibson, Taylor L.

Volleyball. Not to be taken after completing PE 214.

Racquetball

PE 162 - O'Brien, Brooke D.

Racquetball

Racquetball

PE 162 - Abell, Scott P.

Racquetball

Racquetball

PE 162 - O'Brien, Brendan W.

Racquetball

Racquetball

PE 162 - Franke, Gary R.

Racquetball

Racquetball

PE 162 - Geremia, Erica R.

Racquetball

Racquetball

PE 162 - Wills, Regina A. (Gina)

Racquetball

Basketball

PE 165 - Phillips, Steven A.

Basketball. Not to be taken after completing PE 203.

Basketball

PE 165 - McHugh, Christopher D., Jr. (Chris)

Basketball. Not to be taken after completing PE 203.

Squash

PE 166 - Koch, Eric M.

Squash

Squash

PE 166 - Clancy, Christine K.

Squash

Squash

PE 166 - Ness, Erin G.

Squash

Squash

PE 166 - Freeman, Jonathan J. (Jon)

Squash

Body Conditioning

PE 177 - Saylor, Nancy E. / Cunningham, Neil

Course work combines the study of modern and ethnic dance techniques, jazz, ballet, and improvisation with the somatic principles of Alexander Technique, Developmental Technique, and Bartenieff Fundamentals to provide a comprehensive training regimen for the development of physical endurance, strength, flexibility, and coordination. Classes include a 30?minute aerobic dance sequence of original choreography followed by an additional 30 minutes of Pilates-based mat exercises, yoga, and other innovative training methods. Participants receive training in applied imagery skills for dynamic alignment, active-isolated stretching, stress relieving, relaxation techniques, and experiential anatomy.

Interpretive Movement and Fitness

PE 179 - Miller, Jessica R.

Interpretive movement and fitness.

Wilderness Leadership

PE 180 - Dick, James

Wilderness Leadership

Intercollegiate Basketball

PE 203M - McHugh, Christopher D., Jr. (Chris)

Intercollegiate Basketball

Intercollegiate Basketball

PE 203W - Clancy, Christine K.

Intercollegiate Basketball

Intercollegiate Swimming

PE 205M - Gardner, Kateri A. (Kami)

Intercollegiate Swimming

Intercollegiate Wrestling

PE 207 - Shearer, Nathan W.

Intercollegiate Wrestling

Intercollegiate Baseball

PE 208 - White, Theodore W. (Ted)

Intercollegiate Baseball

Intercollegiate Golf

PE 209M - Gyscek, Peter J.

Intercollegiate Golf

Intercollegiate Lacrosse

PE 210M - McCabe, Eugene M. (Gene)

Intercollegiate Lacrosse

Intercollegiate Lacrosse

PE 210W - O'Brien, Brooke D.

Intercollegiate Lacrosse

Intercollegiate Tennis

PE 211M - Detwiler, David A.

Intercollegiate Tennis

Intercollegiate Tennis

PE 211W - Ness, Erin G.

Intercollegiate Tennis

Intercollegiate Track and Field

PE 212M - Uhl, Brandon J.

Intercollegiate Track and Field

Intercollegiate Track and Field

PE 212W - Freeman, Dana L.

Intercollegiate Track and Field

Intercollegiate Riding

PE 215 - Reistrup, Gordon P.

Intercollegiate Riding

Philosophy and Techniques of Coaching

PE 301 - Cunningham, Neil

A comprehensive study of principles, philosophy, and techniques of coaching. The class includes practical teaching.

Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries

PE 302 - Norris, Mechelle S. / Shank, Katherine M. (Katie)

Fundamentals of human anatomy, kinesiology, and physiology of exercise are studied. Prevention, care, and rehabilitation of injury techniques are analyzed. Discussion and instruction employing the modalities of hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, thermotherapy, and cryotherapy are presented. Therapeutic exercise procedures are demonstrated and related to the overall program of athletic training.

First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

PE 304 - Schall, Christopher E. (Chris)

A course designed to provide fundamental principles, knowledge, and skills in First Aid and CPR, leading to American Red Cross certification in Standard First Aid and Community CPR. (First class meeting mandatory.)