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Undergraduate Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education (PEP) Courses

PEP 221 Volleyball/Pickleball (B). Provides the foundation for teaching and learning volleyball and pickleball. 1 Cr.

PEP 255 Taping for Athletic Training (B). Prerequisite: PES 385, Acceptance into the Athletic Training Program. Provides the entry-level athletic training student with knowledge of supplies utilized for taping and strapping in athletics; and provides instruction in functional application of taping and wrapping in order to prevent/reduce athletic injury. 1 Cr. 1 Cr.

PEP 276 Softball Officiating (B). Spring. 1 Cr.

PEP 277 Volleyball Officiating (B). Fall. 1 Cr.

PEP 278 Basketball Officiating (B). Fall. 1 Cr.

PEP 279 Football Officiating (B). Spring. 1 Cr.

PEP 281 Water Safety Instructor (B). Provides for the analysis and correction of skills, sound teaching progressions, and learning proper techniques of swimming and life-saving skills. Successful completion results in Red Cross FIT (Fundamentals of Instructor Training) Certification. 2 Cr. Fall.

PEP 282 Lifeguard Training (B). Improves life guarding skills necessary to save one's own life or the lives of others in the event of an emergency, in accordance with American Red Cross requirements. Includes cretification in CPR and AED training. 2 Cr. Spring.

PEP 283 Adapted Aquatics (B). Prerequisite: PES214 or equivalent. Prepares students to teach aquatics to learners with disabilities. Students should have a minimimum intermediate swimming ability. 2 Cr. Every Semester. 2 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 301 Fitness Education for Teachers (B). Provides students with knowledge and practical experience for incorporating fitness education for school-age learners. Students will be exposed to the theory and practice of fitness education. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 304 Technology in Physical Education (B). This course is an introduction to technology literacy, focusing on the effective use of technology in physical education. The course is designed to provide students with experience integrating technology into physical education programs. Students will be exposed to a variety of technology tools and their application in physical education. In addition, students will be exposed to software applications available for use in physical education programs. 3 Cr.

PEP 305 Strength and Conditioning for Athletic Training (A). This is an advanced course emphasizing anaerobic physiology and conditioning techniques. A knowledge of muscle function, physiology, and human movement is necessary to succeed in this course. The student will have an opportunity to practice a wide variety of weight training techniques during the hands on portion of the class. 3 Cr. Spring.

PEP 310 Curriculum Models (B). Students will be exposed to the theory and practice of select curriculum models currently used in physical education. Students will have the opportunity to participate in as well as peer teach using select curricular models. 2 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 342 Elementary Activities (B). Prerequisite: PEP 441. Designed to provide the activity base for teaching elementary physical education. Students will be exposed to a variety of movement activities that are developmentally appropriate for primary and intermediate level children. Students will receive a solid foundation in the Skills theme approach to teaching physical education to elementary school children. 1 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 346 Strategies for the Physical Education Teacher/Coach (B). Students will learn about coaching principles, behaviors, and methodologies as well as ways in which to implement these in a sport environment. Emphasis will be on coaching youth sport, however, there will also be information presented concerning older athletes in the college or professional ranks. Students will learn how to develop effective coaching behaviors and techniques, how to effectively manage athletes, and how to improve athletes cognitive, affective, and physical domains. Prospective coaches will leave with requisites knowledge on how to create and implement a quality environment for athletes to develop character as well as physical skills. 3 Cr.

PEP 347 Athletic Injury Assessment I (B). Focuses on anatomical/physiological systems of the human body as they relate to athletic injury in the upper extremity. Emphasizes identifying anatomical structures and landmarks in the human body, as well as recognizing and assessing injuries occurring to the upper extremity during physical activity. 3 Cr. Fall.

PEP 350 Scientific Foundations of Coaching (B). For non-physical education majors who wish to develop a beginning understanding of the scientific foundations of coaching athletic teams. Includes exposure to the biological sciences, the psycho-social aspects of sport, as well as growth and development of athletes. Meets New York State requirements for Health Sciences Applied to Coaching. 3 Cr. 3 Cr.

PEP 351 Coaching Sports (B). Covers the rules, duties, legal aspects and administrative methods of coaching an athletic team, and the philosophies, methods and strategies involved in coaching. 3 Cr. Every semester, Winter, Summer. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 353 Administration of Intramurals (B). Covers the philosophy of intramural sport organization and administration of an intramural activity, administrative problems, and current trends in intramural programming. Meets New York State requirements for Philosophy, Principles, and Organization of Athletics. 3 Cr. Every Semester. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 354 Coaching Practicum (B). Course Fee. Prerequisites: PEP 350 and PEP 351. Requires students to perform as members of a coaching staff for one season; also requires goal setting and planning communication. Meets NYS requirements for Theory and Techniques (Sport Specific). 4 Cr. Every semester. 4 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 355 Sport Marketing, Promotions, Public Relations and Publicity (A). Prerequisite: PEP360. Examination and analysis of trends, practices and strategies involved in marketing, promotional, public relations, publicity efforts for sport and sport businesses. Examination of the theory of communications in the world of sport and sport management. 3cr every spring. 3 Cr. Spring.

PEP 356 Therapeutic Modalities (B). Prerequisite: PES 385. Emphasizes the use and knowledge of various therapeutic modalities used in athletic training. Stresses a working knowledge of each modality as well as its practical application. 3 Cr. Every Semester. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 358 Therapeutic Exercise (B). Prerequisites: PES 411, PES 412, PEP 356 and PEP 357. Provides extensive experience with an athletic team, including applying techniques related to preventive, protection and emergency care measures. 3 Cr.

PEP 359 Organization and Administration Athletic Training (B). Prerequisites: PES 385, PES 411, PES 412, PEP 356, PEP 357. Provides intensive experience in athletic training in a seminar format. Examines athletic training room techniques, the design of a training room facility budget, equipment and supplies. 3 Cr. Every Fall. 3 Cr. Fall.

PEP 360 Modern Day Sport Management (B). Prerequisite: Junior or Senior status or permission from instructor. Examines the implications of management theory for sport organizations, and management considerations in retail, manufacturing, professional sports, sport services and athletic settings. 3 cr. Fall. 3 Cr. Fall.

PEP 361 Cardiac Rehabilitation: Theory and Applications (B). Prerequisite: PES 335. Examines the physiological responses to exercise, graded exercise testing, and exercise prescription for disease prevention and rehabilitation. Populations studied include those with cardiovascular, pulmonary, and/or metabolic disorders. Provides experience in exercise testing, programming, and the interpretation of electrocardiograms. 3 Cr. 3 Cr. Spring.

PEP 362 Strength and Conditioning for Athletic Training (B). Prerequisites: PES 411, PEP 357, PEP 358. Explores muscle physiology, the body's response to exercise, and proper techniques for functional conditioning. Emphasis is on multi-joint exercises and sport-specific exercise prescription. Also investigates the relationship between nutrition and performance enhancement. 3 Cr. Every Semester. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 363 Administration of Physical Education (B). The objective of this course is to provide an overview of the administrative functions involved in physical education as well as administering school-wide physical activity programs at the elementary and secondary level. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 379 Athletic Training for the Teacher/Coach (B). Focuses on the fundamental knowledge of athletic injuries; their prevention and care. Introduces and explains various techniques in prevention and care of injuries, strength and conditioning, pre-in-off-season training, nutrition, taping and wound care. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 381 Theory and Techniques of Coaching in Basketball (B). Course is designed for individuals interested in coaching basketball. Consists of essential offensive, defensive and special situation strategies, factors in seasonal planning and basic skill analysis. 1 Cr.

PEP 382 Theory and Techniques of Coaching in Football (B). Focuses on the philosophy, strategy, techniques, administration and organization of coaching football. 1 Cr.

PEP 383 Theory and Techniques of Coaching in Gymnastics (B). Course is designed for individuals interested in coaching Gymnastics. It will consist of essential safety measures, progressions to skill learning, spotting knowledge, organizational techniques, rules and policies. 1 Cr.

PEP 384 Theory & Techniques of Coaching in Soccer (B). The primary concern of this course is to develop a tactical and theoretical understanding of the game of Soccer. This will be accomplished by game conditions and an examination of various coaching philosophies. 1 Cr.

PEP 385 Theory and Techniques of Coaching in Softball (B). Course is designed for individuals interested in coaching softball. Consists of essential offensive, defensive and special situation strategies, factors in seasonal planning and basic skill analysis. 1 Cr.

PEP 386 Theory and Techniques of Coaching in Swimming (B). This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary foundation for the development of sound swim training and coaching skills. Selected topics include: physiological and psychological testing and training concepts in swimming, meet management and officiating, and competition strategy and line up. 1 Cr.

PEP 387 Theory and Techniques of Coaching in Volleyball (B). An introductory level course dealing with coaching the sport of volleyball. Emphasis is on teaching progressions, drills, basic strategies, planning and record keeping. 1 Cr.

PEP 388 Theory and Techniques of coaching in Wrestling (B). An introductory level course dealing with coaching the sport of wrestling. Emphasis is on teaching progressions, drills, basic strategies, planning and record keeping. 1 Cr.

PEP 389 Coaching Tennis (A). A lecture course designed to serve as a foundation for future coaching experiences in tennis. This course will help students develop an understanding of coaching, tennis techniques including practice planning, program organization, coaching roles, teaching individual and doubles play, game situations, scouting, analysis and offensive/defensive components. 1 Cr. Spring.

PEP 392 Coaching Baseball (A). Coaching Baseball is a lecture course designed to serve as a foundation for future coaching experiences in Baseball. This course will help students develop an understanding of coaching Baseball techniques including practice planning, program organization, coaching roles, teaching skill development, game situations, scouting, analysis and offensive/defensive components. Also including, but not limited to recruiting, evaluation of skills, video analysis and breakdown. 1 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 399 Independent Study (B). To be defined in consultation with the instructor-sponsor and in accordance with the procedures of the Office of Academic Advisement prior to registration. 1-3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 400 Computer Applications to Physical Education and Sport (B). Offers students a hands- on introduction to the use of computers in sport performance analysis, individual sport-related hypertext application programs, brochures and flyers, hypertext sport information links, and studying sport sites on the Internet. 3 Cr.

PEP 412 Athletic Injury Assessment I (B). Focuses on anatomical/physiological systems of the human body as they relate to athletic injury in the upper extremity. Emphasizes identifying anatomical structures and landmarks in the human body, as well as recognizing and assessing injuries occurring to the upper extremity during physical activity. 3 Cr. Fall.

PEP 413 Athletic Injury Assessment II (B). Focuses on anatomical/physiological systems of the human body as they relate to athletic injury in the lower extremity. Emphasizes identifying anatomical structures and landmarks in the human body, as well as recognizing and assessing injuries occurring to the lower extremity during physical activity. 3 Cr. Spring.

PEP 420 Sports Medicine Health Fitness Specialist Seminar (B). Prerequisite PES 410: Content is specific to the base of knowledge indentified by the American College of Sports Medicine required to successfully attain the title of Health Fitness Specialist. This course will involve the study of theory, knowledgem skills and abilities pertinent to competencies in exercise physiology, pre-exercise health screening, health-related physical fitness testing, and the interpretation of results to create and implement exercise prescriptions for both healthy and clinical populations across the age-span. 1 Cr. Spring.

PEP 441 Instructional Planning and Strategies in Physical Education (B). Corequisite: PEP 451. Course fee. Class content focuses on instructional strategies in Physical Education. Class has a field experience component that provides opportunity for students to put theory into practice. 3 Cr. 3 Cr.

PEP 442 Secondary Methods and Instruction (B). Prerequisites: PEP 441, PES 413 (may be taken concurrently). Designed to help students develop their knowledge of content, planning, organization, trends and teaching methods appropriate for physical education at the secondary level. Laboratory experiences both on campus and in secondary schools provide students with an opportunity to put theory into practice. Requires a field experience. 4 cr. 4 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 443 Assessment for Teachers (B). Prerequisite: PEP441. Explores assessment theory and techniques used today by physical education teachers in PK-12 educational settings Focus is on creating developmentally appropriate assessments in the psychomotor, cognitive and affective domains. Students will have the opportunity to observe and analyze performance using assessment instruments. In addition, emphasis will be placed on using assessment to align instruction and provide feedback to learners, as well as how to interpret assessment data to inform instruction. Creation of and practical application of assessments to align instruction will be emphasized. 3 Cr. Every Semester. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 444 Elementary Methods and Instruction (B). Prerequisite: PEP 441. Allows students to acquire the skills and knowledge for a fundamental foundation necessary for sequencing and teaching physical education activities in the elementary school setting. Requires a field experience. 4 Cr.

PEP 445 Adapted Physical Education (B). Corequisite: PEP 441. Develops knowledge of current concepts and trends in adapted physical education and student's ability to assess, plan, and implement a physical education program to meet the unique needs of individuals with disabilities. 3 Cr. Every semester. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 451 Teaching Culturally Diverse Learners in Physical Education (B). Co-Requisite: PEP 441. This course will help future physical education teachers develop an awareness, understanding, and appreciation of diveristy in our society, its impact on our educational system, and more specifically, in physical education settings. Consequently, students will be able to develop pedagogical strateigies to facilitate the teaching-learning process and ensure success for all students as culturally responsive physical educators. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 455 Practicum for Exercise Programming (B). The Practicum for Exercise Programming course is designed to prepare students for careers in the health and fitness profession. This will be achieved by using the theory, knowledge, skills, and abilities learned from previous coursework in the Exercise Science Major. Exercise Science students will screen, test, and prescribe exercise for one semester to clients participating in the Employee Fitness and Wellness Center. Students will monitor their clients exercise and progress them throughout the semester depending on their health and fitness goals. Additional activities include developing incentive programs, informative bulletin boards, and running the fitness center. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 458 Internship in Exercise Science (B). Course fee. Prerequisites: grade of "C" or better in all required courses in the exercise science major that are within the KSSPE department, a 2.50 major GPA, and the submission of an internship application to the internship coordinator. The main purpose of the internship in the Exercise Science Major is to offer students an opportunity to use the knowledge, skills and abilities attained in the courses of the professional program and practicum and apply them in an internship field experience. These experiences take place at agencies such as hospitals, cardiac rehabilitation programs, research programs at universities, strength & conditioning programs at universities, community settings and commercial settings. The internship experience allows the student to expand his or her professional knowledge through the interactions with the internship site personnel, clients, and others in the field. 3-6 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 460 Administrative Practices in Sport Management (B). Prerequisite: PEP 360. Covers the management functions involved in amateur, business, services, educational and professional sports organizations. Includes topics such as business procedures, legal and financial responsibilities, management of sporting events, health aspects, staff requirements and relationships, public relations, players recruiting and eligibility, employee relationships, and leadership techniques. 3 Cr. Spring.

PEP 461 Problems in Sports Management (B). Prerequisite: PEP 460. Considers current problems in sport management in a seminar format. Requires solution of practical problems, and visits to sport facilities to consider management problems. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 467 Internship in Sport Management (B). Course fee. Prerequisites: PEP 360, PEP 460 and PEP 461. Provides entry-level experience in a selected sport organization, including participation in its day-to-day duties and observation of higher level management operations. 6 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 468 Internship in Sport Management (B). Course fee. Prerequisites: PEP 360, PEP 460 and PEP 461. Provides entry-level experience in a selected sport organization, including participation in its day-to-day duties and observation of higher level management operations. 9 Cr.

PEP 471 Seminar in Athletic Training I (B). Course fee. Co-requisite: PES 411. Provides Athletic Training Majors instruction in the competencies and clinical integration proficiencies required in the major. Focuses on required topics such as first aid/CPR techniques, the College at Brockport emergency action plan, immediate care of head and spinal cord injuries, environmental conditions and general medical topics. 1 Cr. Spring.

PEP 472 Seminar in Athletic Training II (B). Course fee. Prerequisite: PEP 471. Provides Athletic Training Majors instruction in the competencies and clinical integration proficiencies required in the major. Focuses on required topics such as blood-borne pathogen management, the College at Brockport emergency action plan, immediate care of head and spinal cord injuries, padding, casting and bracing techniques, equipment fitting, physical examinations and general medical topics. 1 Cr. Fall.

PEP 473 Seminar in Athletic Training III (B). Course fee. Prerequisites: PEP 472. Provides Athletic Training Majors instruction in the competencies and clinical integration proficiencies required in the major. Focuses on required topics such as blood-borne pathogen management, the College at Brockport emergency action plan, immediate care of head and spinal cord injuries, aquatic rehabilitation and general medical topics. 1 Cr. Spring.

PEP 474 Seminar in Athletic Training IV (B). Course fee. Prerequisite: PEP 473. Provides Athletic Training Majors instruction in the competencies and clinical integration proficiencies required in the major. Focuses on required topics such as blood-borne pathogen management, the College at Brockport emergency action plan, immediate care of head and spinal cord injuries, career and graduate school opportunities, injury reporting procedures, allied health professions and organizations and general medical topics. 1 Cr. Fall.

PEP 475 Seminar in Athletic Training V (B). Course fee. Prerequisites: PEP 474. Provides Athletic Training Majors instruction in the competencies and clinical integration proficiencies required in the major. Focuses on preparing senior Athletic Training majors for the BOC, Inc. Certification Examination. 1 Cr. Spring.

PEP 476 Seminar in Student Teaching/Coaching (B). Provides the opportunity to discuss issues and problems which arise in student teaching. Also provides for coaching competencies to be met in the student teaching practicum, including such topics as planning, assessment and evaluation in a coaching environment. 2 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 481 Instructional Strategies in Adapted Physical Education (B). Co-requisite: PEP 445. Studies instructional strategies in adapted physical education. Emphasizes instruction for students with intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, and/or behavioral/emotional disabilities. 3 Cr. Every Fall. 3 Cr. Fall.

PEP 482 Adapted Physical Activity and Sport (B). Co-requisite: PEP 445. Covers the effects of physical and sensory disabilities on the physical/motor performance of children of youth, and emphasizes the effects of spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy, and auditory and visual impairments. Discusses the implications of the selection and adaptation of appropriate activities in physical education and sport. 3 Cr. Every Fall. 3 Cr. Fall.

PEP 483 Early Childhood Physical Education (B). Prerequisites: PEP 441, PES 413. Involves teaching physical education to children ages birth through 5 with and without disabilities. Emphasizes developmentally appropriate practices for providing motor programs to young children. Incorporates a 15-hour field experience to supplement lectures and discussion. 3 Cr. Every Semester. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 484 Intro to Program Planning in Adapted Physical Education (B). Prerequisite: PEP 445 or permission of the instructor. This course prepares students to deelop a school district or agency plan for thre priovision of adapted physical education including consulting. The plan is built upon a selected definition and orientation to adapted physical education, legal influences, and forces impacting upon curriculum. 3 Cr. Every Spring. 3 Cr. Fall.

PEP 485 Adapted Physical Education Practicum (B). Prerequisite: PEP 445. Students are required to meet established course competencies and teach a minimum of 120 clock hours. At least 70 clock hours must be under the supervision of a supervisor and/or sponsor-teacher in a structured physical education program and in a school or agency. 3 Cr. Every Semester. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 486 Physical Education for Children with Sensory Impairments (B). Course will focus on understanding the etiology of the disability as well as the social, emotional and cognitive needs of children with sensory impairments such as visual impairments, deafness, or deafblindness. The focus is on the teaching-learning process as well as effective teaching strategies used in physical education. Includes practicum experiences. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 487 Elementary Student Teaching/Coaching (B). Requires working cooperatively for a quarter in an elementary school with a master teacher and a college supervisor to achieve a variety of specified teaching competencies. 5 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 488 Secondary Student Teaching/Coaching (B). Requires working cooperatively for a quarter in a secondary school with a master teacher and College supervisor to achieve a variety of specified teaching competencies. 5 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 489 Adapted Physical Activity Practica: Low Incidence (B). Prerequisite: PEP 445. This course provides a seminar and practicum related to teaching physical education to individuals with low incidence disabilities. Practical experience includes planning, implementing, and evaluating motor programs for individuals with low incidence disabilities. Sites for practical and field experience are slected on the basis of interests and needs of students and required course objectives and outcomes. 3 Cr. Every Semester. 3 Cr. Every Semester.

PEP 499 Independent Study (B). To be defined in consultation with the instructor-sponsor and in accordance with the procedures of the Office of Academic Advisement prior to registration. 1-6 Cr. Every Semester.