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Course Information and Descriptions
PED 229
Experience in the Out-of-Doors (Variable) 1-3 Hours
Extends the classroom into the out-of-doors. Outdoor experiences are
provided in a variety of natural areas through field trips. Instructional
emphasis is placed on how to move through these areas with
minimum environmental impact and how to live within them through
various outdoor activities such as camping and hiking.
Note: No more than 3 credit hours may count toward an associate
degree.
Course fee
May be taken twice, but any topic only once
PED 240
Coaching Strategies in Softball (2-0)
2 Hours
A professional course in physical education with emphasis on
coaching philosophy, techniques and strategies. Methods of teaching
individual skills, organization of practice sessions, and an
understanding of offensive and defensive team strategies will be
covered.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
PED 241
Coaching Strategies in Volleyball (2-0)
2 Hours
A professional course in physical education with emphasis on
coaching philosophy, techniques and strategies. Methods of teaching
individual skills, organization of practice sessions, and an
understanding of offensive and defensive team strategies will be
covered.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
PED 242
Philosophy of Coaching (Variable)
0.5-3 Hours
This course is a study of the essential elements of coaching men and
women and boys and girls. It emphasizes the development and
analysis of various coaching styles and philosophies, development of
individual and team objectives, methods of coaching organization,
and various motivational techniques. As such, the course will serve
to prepare the student for all aspects of coaching aside from the
technical aspects of the particular sport.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Course fee
May be taken four times, but any topic only once
PED 243
Theory and Practice of Fitness (1-2)
2 Hours
This course introduces students to basic scientific and applied
concepts of fitness as well as provides regularly scheduled
opportunities to develop their health and functional fitness capacities.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
PED 248
Fieldwork in Recreation (1-20)
4 Hours
Gives students the learning experience of working in public and
private recreation programs. This on-the-job training in Lake County
recreation agencies provides students with the opportunity to
demonstrate acquired recreation skills and knowledge and to
continue to develop as a professional recreation person. Includes
group seminar sessions with other students and regular meetings
with the CLC instructor/supervisor.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
PED 270
Biomechanics and Kinesiology (3-0)
3 Hours
This course will introduce students to the science of musculoskeletal
human movement. Fundamental biomechanical principles and
functional movement capabilities of each major joint will be
examined.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
PED 271
Exercise Physiology (3-0)
3 Hours
This course will explore the study of human function as it relates to
responses and adaptations resulting from physical activity and
exercise. Systemic interactions and cellular changes during and after
activity will be examined.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
PED 272
Exercise Testing and Prescription (3-0)
3 Hours
This course will prepare students to screen, stratify risk, and assess
health-related physical fitness. Principles of effective and meaningful
exercise program design will also be explored.
Prerequisite: PED 270 and PED 271 (both C or better)
Physics (PHY)
Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences Division,
Room T102, (847) 543-2044
PHY 120 Practical Aspects of Physics (3-2)
4 Hours
This is a one semester lecture-discussion course supplemented with
demonstrations and laboratory designed primarily for non-science
students. It stresses some fundamental concepts in physics as applied
to everyday situations. A verbal rather than a mathematical approach
will be emphasized.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness AND Basic
Algebra Readiness
Course fee
IAI: P1 901L
PHY 121 General Physics I (4-2)
5 Hours
This it the first course in a two semester sequence designed for
students in arts and sciences. Basic concepts of mechanics, waves
and sound are developed through lectures, demonstrations and
laboratory experience. Basic knowledge of algebra and geometry
assumed.
Prerequisites: MTH 108 or MTH 107 (both C or better) or an
appropriate score on the Math Placement Test or two years of High
School Algebra or concurrent enrollment in MTH 117 - AND College Reading and Writing Readiness
Course fee
IAI: P1 900L
PHY 122 General Physics II (4-2)
5 Hours
This is the second course in a two semester sequence. Basic concepts
of heat, thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism, optics and modern
physics are developed.
Prerequisite: PHY 121
Course fee
PHY 123
Physics for Science
and Engineering I (4-2)
5 Hours
This is the first course in a three semester sequence designed for
students in engineering, physics, mathematics and chemistry.
Fundamental concepts of mechanics are developed through lecture,
demonstration and laboratory experience.
Note: MTH 146 is strongly recommended as a corequisite for this
course and is a prerequisite for PHY 124 if you are planning to
enroll in Physics for Science and Engineering II.
Prerequisite: MTH 145
Course fee
IAI: P2 900L
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