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108

Lake Region State College

= fall semester

= spring semester

= online course

as how to assess, develop, and implement

a complete lifetime fitness and wellness

program and its components incorporated

through lecture and activity. (3 cr)

HPER 101 Activity Introduction Level

Physical education for freshmen. Classes

include activities such as: yoga, weight-

training, bowling, aerobics, badminton, golf,

tennis, body conditioning, winter sports, and

recreational games. (1 cr)

HPER 102 Activity Intermediate Level

Physical education for freshmen. Classes

include activities such as: yoga, weight-

training, bowling, aerobics, badminton, golf,

tennis, body conditioning, winter sports, and

recreational games. (1 cr)

HPER 108 Beginning Fitness Condi-

tioning

This course contains personal workouts

based on ones fitness level. It includes a

physical conditioning assessment, measure-

ment of progress in fitness and the setting

of realistic health goals and objectives. (1

cr)

HPER 111 Sports Officiating

Study of rules, interpretations and tech-

niques of officiating following the guidelines

of the National Federation of State High

School Activities Association. (2 cr)

HPER 115 Introduction to Coaching

Introduction to the sport science principles

of coaching. Content covered follows objec-

tives of the National Standards of Athletic

Coaches and will include coaching philoso-

phy, sport psychology, sport pedagogy, sport

physiology, sport management and a realis-

tic perspective of coaching. (3 cr)

HPER 150, 151 Varsity Athletics

Students participating in varsity sports may

enroll for one credit hour for each sport each

semester. (1 cr)

HPER 165 First Responder

Practical course in emergency first aid

training designed to prepare the peace

officer training student for accident and

other emergency situations faced by law

enforcement officers. Course includes

certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation

and the automated external defibulator. (2

cr)

HPER 170 Introduction to Exercise

Science

This is an introductory course to the field

of Exercise Science. This class will look into

kinesiology, physiology, sport and exercise

psychology and epidemiology. There will also

be an investigation of the history of exer-

cise science, professional organizations and

certifications and job opportunities. (3 cr)

HPER 201 Activity Introduction Level

Physical education for sophomores. Activities

include bowling, dance aerobics, archery,

badminton, golf, tennis, body conditioning,

team sports, winter sports, and recreational

games. (1 cr)

HPER 202 Activity Intermediate Level

Physical education for sophomores. Activities

include bowling, dance aerobics, archery,

badminton, golf, tennis, body conditioning,

team sports, winter sports, and recreational

games. (1 cr)

HPER 205 Health and Physical Educa-

tion for Elementary Children

Areas of study include activities and games

for elementary school children and contem-

porary health issues and topics. (2 cr)

HPER 207 Prevention and Care of

Injuries

This course covers common fitness injuries,

their prevention, symptoms and treatments

in medical and health club settings. This

course provides students with the knowl-

edge and skills necessary to prevent, recog-

nize and care for fitness injuries. (3 cr)

Course Descriptions