Prerequisites: PE 2523, PE 4103, and three (3) credit hours of physical education pedagogy methodology, or approval by department head.
Basic principles of physical education and their application to the physical education program. Major schools of philosophical thought, leaders, and forces affecting past and present development of physical education.
Prerequisite: Three credit hours of pedagogy methodology or approval by department head.
A comprehensive study of curriculum development in physical education.
Prerequisites: PE 4033, PE 2653, and PE 3663 or approval of department head.
A study of the physiological changes in the human organism which accompany physical exercise and the implication of the changes for physical education.
Prerequisites: PE 2653 and PE 3663, or approval by department head.
Provides an understanding of psychological principles involved in motor performance.
Prerequisites: PE 2653, PE 3663, algebra or general mathematics, and physical science or physics, or approval by department head.
The application of physics as it relates to human movement. Specific emphasis will be made on the mechanics and common injuries involved with selected sport or work related movements.
Prerequisite: PE 4513 or approval by department head.
The course provides an in-depth view of the psychological aspects of human behavior in sport and exercise settings.
Prerequisite: PE 4523 or approval by department head.
Designed to familiarize the student with research literature, techniques, and statistical procedures used in physical education today.
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
The workshop will require the equivalency of fifteen clock hours of instruction per credit hour.
Open to graduate students who wish to pursue individual study or investigation of some facet of knowledge which complements the purpose of the University's graduate program. Students will be required to plan their studies and prepare formal written reports of their findings.
Note: The selected topic may not constitute any duplication of study leading to the accomplishment of a thesis.
Directed research on a thesis topic selected by the student in consultation with a supervising professor.