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Health
8 WOMEN’S PERSONAL HEALTH (CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None | Lecture 3 hours
This course presents health problems unique to women. Topics considered include physiological and psychological aspects of nutrition, exercise, hygiene, sexuality and reproduction, drugs, and diseases common to the female. This course is open to men.
 
11 PRINCIPLES OF HEALTHFUL LIVING (UC:CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None | Lecture 3 hours
Implements the World Health Organization’s defi nition of health that Health is the state of physical, mental and social well being, not merely the absence of disease.
 
185 DIRECTED STUDY (CSU) 1 UNIT RPT 2
Provides opportunity for in depth study of a chosen area of Health on a contract basis, under the direction of a supervising instructor. Credit limit: Maximum of 3 units may be taken for credit.
 
 

 
Kinesiology
INTERCOLLEGIATE SPORTS (UC:CSU) 2 UNITS RPT 1
Prerequisite: Eligibility as required by the California
State Athletic Code, consent of the coach, physical exam required. Intercollegiate sport activity requiring a minimum of 10 hours during the sport season.
557 INTERCOLLEGIATE BASEBALL             564 INTERCOLLEGIATE SOFTBALL 
511 INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER                516 INTERCOLLEGIATE VOLLEYBALL
 
266 BADMINTON SKILLS 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None
This course is designed to teach all skill levels. Basic strokes, footwork, and serves are introduced and expanded upon. Includes instruction on single and doubles strategy, rules, etiquette, and safety. Recreational and competitive play will be part of the class experience
 
301 BASEBALL SKILLS 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None | Lab 2 hours
Course will focus on developing fundamental skills, strategies, knowledge of the rules and history of baseball. An opportunity for teamwork experience and game play will be provided. Open to all ability levels.
 
291 VOLLEYBALL SKILLS 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None
The basic fundamentals of volleyball as well as some intermediate and advanced strategies and techniques for those who are past the novice stage are addressed. The components of fi tness are addressed as well as how volleyball plays a role as a lifetime activity.
 
557 INTERCOLLEGIATE BASEBALL (UC:CSU) 2 UNIT RPT 1
Prerequisite: None
Course offers advanced instruction on the fundamental skills and techniques of baseball and the opportunity for practical application in intercollegiate competition.
 
 564 INTERCOLLEGIATE SOFTBALL (UC:CSU) 2 UNIT RPT 1 
Prerequisite: None 
This course offers advanced instruction on the fundamental skill and techniques of Softball and the opportunity for practical application in intercollegiate competition. 
 
511 INTERCOLLEGIATE SOCCER (UC:CSU) 2 UNIT RPT 1
Prerequisite: None
This course offers advanced instruction in the fundamental skills and techniques of soccer and the opportunity for practical application in intercollegiate competition. You must be enrolled in at least 12 UNITS each semester and maintain at least a C grade point average.
 
552 ATHLETICS PRE-SEASON CONDITIONING (UC:CSU) 1 UNIT RPT 4
Prerequisite: None | Lab 3 hours
This course is designed to improve and maintain the fi tness condition of the athlete in preparation for the competitive season of play. It encompasses the mental aspects of sport performance, sport regulation and eligibility standards.
 
347 PILATES MAT 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None
Introductory techniques based on the Pilates concepts are used; concentration, control, center, fl uidity, precision and breath. It is designed to improve fl exibility while developing muscular strength and muscular endurance in the core muscles: abdominal area, lower back, hips, and buttocks.
 
035 ADAPTED CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS (UC:CSU) 1 UNIT RPT 3
Prerequisite: None | Lab 3 hours
This course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities who can benefi t from individualized cardiovascular endurance through the use of bicycle ergometers, treadmills, etc.
 
387 BASKETBALL 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None
This course is designed to teach all levels. It emphasizes fundamental basketball skills such as dribbling, passing and shooting. It also includes the selection and care of equipment, rules, offense and defense strategy, etiquette, terminology and the components of fi tness.
 
329 BODY CONDITIONING 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None
The class will include various aerobic activities to enhance cardiovascular conditioning. Weight resistance exercises and stretching exercises will be included to develop muscle strength, endurance, and fl exibility. Training principles and concepts along with nutritional information will be introduced.
 
332 STEPS AEROBICS 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None | Lecture 0.5 hours, lab 2.5 hours
This course is designed to improve cardiovascular fi tness and strengthen select muscle groups by performing stepping skills in rhythm with music. Stepping is primarily a low impact aerobic exercise. Activity includes muscle conditioning and fl exibility exercises.
 
316 KARATE 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None
Introduces students to the fundamental aspects of karate including basic kicking, punching, blocking, and grappling techniques. Through active participation, students will improve in the basic fi ve components of fi tness: cardio respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, fl exibility, and body composition.
 
350 WEIGHT TRAINING 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None | Lab 2 hours
Weight Training and Conditioning includes progressive resistance exercises. There is an emphasis on the knowledge, understanding and values of building muscle strength and endurance. Students will develop their own physical fi tness program based upon sound physiological principles.
 
351 YOGA 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None
Designed to introduce students to the fundamental aspects of yoga, such as postures, breathing, stretching and relaxation techniques. Through active participation students will decrease stress and improve mental wellbeing and improve overall fi tness.
 
330 CARDIO KICKBOXING (UC:CSU) 1 UNIT
Prerequisite: None | Lecture 0.5 hours, lab 2.5 hours
A non-contact aerobic activity course designed to use basic kicking and punching techniques to improve overall fi tness including: cardio respiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, fl exibility, and body composition. Weights, steps, and calisthetic exercises may also be utilized.