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HPER 210 First Aid

Instruction and laboratory practice in first

aid procedures. CPR Certification is part of

this course. (2 cr)

HPER 212 Basic Self Defense

Students will learn basic knowledge of

how to avoid dangerous situations as well

as hands on training to learn self defense

techniques. The techniques that are taught

are blocks, strikes, escapes, pressure points,

and body movement utilizing unbalancing

and evasive movements. Techniques taught

are from traditional Japanese Martial Arts

and will be taught in a manner to form a

reactive means of defense. (1 cr)

HPER 218 Personal Trainer Prepara-


This is a preparatory course on the ACSM

personal trainer certification. This course

combines all of the information from the

previous semesters into a 3 credit review

which will fully prepare the student to excel

at the ACSM certification. (3 cr)

HPER 219 Lifeguard Training

American Red Cross techniques and meth-

ods of aquatic safety and life guarding.

Meets Red Cross standards. (2 cr)

HPER 220

Emergency Medical Technician I

Lecture, practical experience, evaluation,

and clinical experience in emergency medi-

cal training. Lecture topics include the differ-

ent systems of the body, medical/legal and

ethical issues, vital signs and patient history,

patient assessment, caring for life threaten-

ing emergencies, diabetes/altered mental

status, allergies, poisonings/overdose,

environmental/ behavioral emergencies,

obstetrics/gynecology, bleeding and shock,

soft tissue injuries, head and spine injuries,

and infants/children. (3 cr)

HPER 221

Emergency Medical Technician II

A continuation of HPER 220. Prerequisite:

HPER 220. (3 cr)

HPER 225 Fitness Leadership

This course helps to prepare students for

a role in the fitness industry. Students will

learn the importance of marketing, health

promotion and community involvement.

(2 cr)

HPER 265 Physical Training for Peace

Officer Trainees

The units of instruction are required to be

included as mandated by the ND POST

Board as part of the Law Enforcement Basic

Training Curriculum and additional require-

ments of the Peace Officer Training Program.

Covers the principles of physical fitness

for the law enforcement officer. Activities

include exercise, running, flexibility, and

weight lifting.

(1 cr)

HPER 299 Special Topics

Approval of instructor. (1-3 cr)


HUMS 199 Special Topics: Interna-

tional Student Experience

Facilitation of positive adjustments for

new International Students at Lake

Region State College. (1 cr)

HUMS 211 Integrated Cultural


Enhances student perspectives of non-west-

ern cultures through first-hand experiences

and instructional lectures.

(1-3 cr)

HUMS 212 Integrated Cultural

Enrichment (ICE)

Students attend a minimum of 15 hours of

performances, lectures, visits to art exhibits

and/or museums, and read books on related

subjects. Upon completion of the minimum

attendance at cultural events, each student

prepares a capstone essay based on their

responses to these events. (1 cr)