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Definition                                            Keary Johns                  ext. 6148    Career Options
Physical Education (PE) is both an                    Jeffrey Leeds                ext. 6230    Athletic Trainer
activity curriculum and an academic area              Michele Lewallen                  2936    Camp Counselor
of study concerned with the physical                  John Livermont               ext. 6180    Choreographer
and psychological aspects of human                    Grace Lubwama                     2536    Coach
movement. Exercise, activity, and sports              Becky MacQuarrie                  2433    Community Center Leader
are an important component in the                     Tom Mahan                         2031    Corrective Therapist
development of well-rounded individuals               Chris Malloy                 ext. 6163    Dance Therapist
interested in physical well-being and the             Mike Martinez                ext. 6206    Exercise Test Technologist
productive use of leisure time.                       Brent Newcomb                     2930    Health and Safety Director
                                                      Bill Norton                  ext. 6207    Industrial Recreation Leader
                                                      Wade Petersen                     2703    League Manager
Staff                                                 Glenda Potts                      6703    Lifeguard
   To access faculty and staff, dial (661) 722-   	   Geoff	Satterfield	           ext.	6208    Playground Director
   6300, then the 4-digit extension.                  Chad Shrout                       2464    Personal Trainer
Program Advisement:                                   Jerry Stupar                 ext. 6602    Pre-Physical Therapist
   Newton Chelette, Dean            ext. 6441         James Vondra                 ext. 6127    Racquet Club Manager
Administrative Assistant:                             James Weese                       2719    Recreation Leader
   Julie Montana                    ext. 6440
                                                                                                Recreation Specialist
Equipment Managers:
                                                                                                Recruiter
   Denise Warr                      ext. 6201     Program Description                           Referee
   Justin Webb                      ext. 6203     Physical education and athletics has two
                                                                                                Resort Sports Coordinator
Faculty:                                          primary goals:
                                                                                                Sportscaster
   Kathleen Bingham                 ext. 6622     1. To provide a service program designed
                                                                                                Sports Editor
   Frank Blua                       ext. 6439         to accommodate all students through
                                                                                                Teacher
   Mark Covert                      ext. 6442         physical activity courses, health
                                                                                                Water Safety Instructor
   Jane Cwayna                      ext. 6444         education courses, and intercollegiate
                                                                                                (Some of these careers may require education
   Barry Green                      ext. 6305         athletics.
                                                                                                beyond the two-year college level.)
   Glenn Haller                     ext. 6445     2. To provide a program of professional
   Dieter Horton                    ext. 6163         preparation courses for those students
   Perry Jehlicka                   ext. 6387         who are majoring in PE.                   Certificate Program
   Jerry Lewis                      ext. 6446                                                   Certificate	not	applicable.
	 Cynthia	Littlefield	              ext.	6205     Physical education activity courses are
   Jacquelynn Lott                  ext. 6447     numbered 101 through 180 and provide
   Mike Rios                        ext. 6443     concepts and techniques to provide a base     Associate Degree
   John Taylor                      ext. 6686     for lifelong patterns of healthful physical   The requirements for an associate degree
   Cynthia Vargas                   ext. 6708     activity. Physical education professional     in	PE	may	be	satisfied	by	completing	18	
   Joseph Watts                     ext. 6449     courses are numbered 190 through 197.         units as outlined below. A minimum of
Adjunct Faculty:                                  Inter-collegiate athletic courses are         12 units must be selected from the core
   To access adjunct faculty voice mail, dial     numbered 200 through 265.                     and 6 units may be selected from the list
   (661) 722-6300, then the 4-digit number.                                                     of supporting courses. (See Graduation/
                                                  Students must receive a minimum grade         Associate Degree Requirements.)
                                         V.M.
                                                  of “C” or better in all required core
   Barbara Allen                         2407
                                                  courses	and	the	specific	courses	listed	as	   Recipients of this degree are prepared
   Christopher Anderson                  2546
                                                  program electives in order to qualify for     to pursue a major in Health or Physical
   Tim Atkerson                     ext. 6440
                                                  the	degree	or	certificate.                    Education at a four-year institution (see
   Jimmie Avalos                         2996
                                                                                                a	counselor	for	specific	transfer	details).	
   Roosevelt Brown                       2545
                                                                                                Additionally, the associate degree will
   Kathleen Burnett                      2918     Distinctive Features                          provide students with the opportunity
   Shannon Culver                   ext. 6039     Each semester, physical education classes     to gain entry level employment often
   Shelby Curtis                    ext. 6194     enroll students from high school age to       times leading to careers in the physical
   Sharon DeShane                        2942     active senior citizens. Classes are offered   fitness field. The associate degree will
   Turhan Douglas                                 in both the day and evening programs          also enlighten the student with a broad
   George Fetters                        6209     and offer the challenge of increasing skill   range of knowledge promoting healthy
   Rochelle Guardado                     2548     and fitness levels under supervision of       lifestyles and habits to have a better
   Joni Jackson                          2968     dedicated and capable instructors.            quality of life.
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Core Courses:                     units    PE 200–265, Intercollegiate Sports      1-4
Select at least 12 units from the          PHYS 102, Introductory Physics            4
following:                                                                                   Physical Education–
ATH 100, Introduction to Athletic
                                           Transfer                                           Activity Courses
    Training                          3
BIOL 101, General Biology             4    Students planning to continue studies at a
BIOL 201, General Human Anatomy 4          four-year college or university after AVC      PE 102 *WATER AEROBICS
BIOL 202, General Human Physiology 4       should visit the Transfer Resource Center      .5 unit, 1.5 hours weekly
CHEM 101, Introductory Chemistry or        and consult with a counselor as soon           1 unit, 3 hours weekly
    CHEM 110, General Chemistry       5    as possible. Additional information on         This is an entry-level course in no-impact
PE 190, Introduction to Physical           official	transfer	articulation	agreements	     water aerobics. The instruction and
    Education                         3    from AVC to many CSU/UC campuses               class activity leads to cardiovascular
PHYS 101, Introductory Physics        4    can be found at the following Web site:        fitness, muscular strength, flexibility
                                           www.assist.org                                 and increased physical endurance and
Supporting Courses:                units                                                  will be done in water. The exercises
Select a maximum of 6 units with no                                                       will be choreographed by music and
more than 3 units of PE or DA:             Prerequisite Completion                        voice instruction on deck. There will be
                                           If a course is listed as a prerequisite for
CHEM 102, Introductory Chemistry or                                                       variation of movement and tempo in the
                                           another course, that prerequisite course
   CHEM 120, General Chemistry 4-5                                                        exercises. The buoyancy and resistance
                                           must be completed with a satisfactory
DA 102, Beg. Ballet                 1-4                                                   of water will be considered in the design
                                           grade in order to enroll in the next course.
DA 103, Beg. Mod. Dance             1-4                                                   of the routines. (CSU, AVC) (R3)
                                           According to Title 5, Section 55200(d), a
DA 104, Beg. Jazz Dance             1-4
                                           satisfactory grade is a grade of “A,” “B,”
DA 105, Beg. Tap Dance              1-4
                                           “C” or “P”. Classes in which the Pass/No
                                                                                          PE 103 *AEROBIC
DA 106, Ballroom Dance              1-4                                                   CONDITIONING
                                           Pass option is available are indicated with
DA 111, Choreography                1-4                                                   1 unit
                                           an asterisk (*) before the course title. See
DA 122, Interm. Ballet              1-4                                                   3 hours weekly
                                           “Pass/No Pass Option” in the catalog for
DA 123, Interm. Mod. Dance          1-4                                                   The fundamentals of running, breathing,
                                           full explanation.
HE 101, Health Education               3                                                  and timing. The emphasis of the program
PE 101, Adaptive Physical Ed.       1-4                                                   will be aerobic conditioning through
PE 102, Water Aerobics              1-4
PE 103, Aerobic Conditioning        1-4       Physical Education–                         walking, jogging, and running. The
                                                                                          student will be introduced to various
PE 109, Hatha Yoga                  1-4        Adaptive Physical                          types of wearing apparel and shoes.
PE 110, Adv. Baseball Techniques    1-4                                                   Students will experience running on
PE 111, Adv. Tennis Techniques      1-4        Education Course                           various surfaces with varying degrees of
PE 113, Adv. Soccer Techniques      1-4                                                   stress. The prevention, care, and treatment
PE 115, Adv. Basketball Techniques 1-4                                                    of injuries indigenous to running will
PE 118, Bowling                     1-4    PE 101 *ADAPTIVE
                                                                                          be presented. Advanced runners will
PE 120, Adv. Football Techniques    1-4    PHYSICAL EDUCATION
                                                                                          learn about race strategies. Lastly, safety
PE 128, Golf                        1-4    1 unit
                                                                                          factors related to running will be taught.
PE 135, Physical Conditioning       1-4    3 hours weekly
                                                                                          BEFORE ENROLLING student must
PE 139, Team Sports Fundamentals 1-4       The course is designed for the student
                                                                                          be in fair physical condition without
PE 140, Pre-Season Sport Cond.      1-4    who may be confined in type and
                                                                                          severe medical disabilities. (CSU, UC,
PE 145, Women’s Fast-Pitch                 amount of activity because of a physical
                                                                                          AVC) (R3)
   Softball Techniques              1-4    limitation. The student’s program is
PE 150, Swimming                    1-4    individually tailored to meet the student’s
                                                                                          PE 104 *ULTIMATE FRISBEE
PE 151, Intermediate Swimming       1-4    need. The student develops the program
                                                                                          1 unit
PE 152, Fitness Swimming            1-4    in consultation with the instructor and the
                                                                                          3 hours weekly
PE 155, Volleyball                  1-4    student’s physician or therapist. (CSU,
                                                                                          Designed to introduce ultimate frisbee
PE 160, Tennis                      1-4    UC, AVC) (R3)
                                                                                          with emphasis on strategy and rules.
PE 165, Adv. Track Techniques       1-4                                                   Course content will emphasize ultimate
PE 170, Beginning Weight Lifting    1-4                                                   frisbee skills and techniques. The ultimate
PE 173, Intermediate Weight Lifting 1-4                                                   frisbee instruction will require a minimal/
PE 175, Adv. Weight Training                                                              moderate level of physical condition on
   for Athletes                     2-8                                                   the part of the student. (CSU, AVC) (R3)
PE 180, Adv. Volleyball Techniques 1-4
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PE 107 *INTERMEDIATE/                         An emphasis will be placed upon learning      PE 115 *ADVANCED
ADVANCED HATHA YOGA                           advanced strategy and teamwork. The           BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES
1 unit                                        student will learn the rules, theory, and     1 unit
3 hours weekly                                philosophy of intercollegiate tennis.         3 hours weekly
Based on the strong vinyasa flow of           (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3)                           Advanced skills and techniques of
Ashtanga Yoga, this Intermediate/                                                           basketball will be taught in the course.
Advanced Hatha Yoga class is a dynamic,       PE 112A *BEGINNING                            An emphasis will be placed upon learning
strenuous yoga class which focuses on         SOCCER                                        advanced strategy and teamwork. The
strength, balance, flexibility and inner      1 unit                                        student will learn the rules, theory, and
focus.	This	class	will	include	a	flowing	     3 hours weekly                                philosophy of intercollegiate basketball.
form of asana (poses) as well as regular      Designed for the beginning level              (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3)
practice in forward bends, twists, back       player with emphasis on recreational
bends, inversions and arm balances. This      play, strategy, and rules. Course content     PE 118 *BEGINNING
class is not recommended for beginners.       will emphasize beginning soccer skills        BOWLING
Students are advised to have at least one     and techniques. The beginning level of        1 unit
year of regular yoga practice. Participants   instruction will require a minimal level      3 hours weekly
should be in good physical condition.         of physical condition on the part of the      This course introduces the fundamentals
(CSU, AVC) (R3#)                              student. (CSU, AVC) (R3#)                     of bowling resulting in a progressive
# Enrollment in any combination of PE 107     # Enrollment in any combination of PE 112A,
                                                PE 112B or PE 113 is limited to 4 times.    advancement to a level of reasonably
  or PE 109 is limited to 4 times.
                                                                                            good performance. (CSU, UC, AVC)
                                              PE 112B *INTERMEDIATE                         (R3#)
PE 109 *HATHA YOGA                                                                          # Enrollment in any combination of PE 118 is
.5 unit, 1.5 hours weekly                     SOCCER                                          limited to 4 times.
1 unit, 3 hours weekly                        1 unit
Hatha Yoga develops awareness and             3 hours weekly                                PE 118 *INTERMEDIATE
consciousness in the physical body to         Designed for the intermediate level player    BOWLING
unite the mind/body unit. “Asanas” or         with emphasis on competitive play,            1 unit
“postures” are experienced with attention     skills, and tactics. Course content will      3 hours weekly
given to exactness and detail of the          emphasize soccer tactics, scrimmages,         This course introduces advanced
postural alignment of the body. Strength,     and soccer specific activities while          fundamentals and techniques in bowling;
endurance, flexibility and balance are        refining intermediate technical skills.       knowledge of league and tournament
achieved through a mental attitude which      The intermediate level of instruction         competition. (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3#)
explores, coaxes, and plays at the edge       will require a moderate / high level of       # Enrollment in any combination of PE 118 is
of stress to create openings in the body.     physical condition on the part of the           limited to 4 times.
(CSU, AVC) (R3#)                              student. (CSU, AVC) (R3#)
# Enrollment in any combination of PE 107     # Enrollment in any combination of PE 112A,   PE 120 *ADVANCED
  or PE 109 is limited to 4 times.              PE 112B or PE 113 is limited to 4 times.    FOOTBALL TECHNIQUES
                                                                                            .5 unit, 1.5 hours weekly
PE 110 *ADVANCED                              PE 113 *ADVANCED                              1 unit, 3 hours weekly
BASEBALL TECHNIQUES                           SOCCER TECHNIQUES                             The course is designed for the student
1 unit                                        1 unit                                        who wishes to learn advanced skills,
3 hours weekly                                3 hours weekly                                techniques, and teamwork, as it pertains
Advanced skills and techniques of             Advanced skills, techniques, and tactics      to the sport of football. The student will
baseball will be taught in the course. An     of soccer will be taught in the course. An    learn the rules, theory, and philosophy of
emphasis will be placed upon learning         emphasis will be placed upon learning         intercollegiate football. (CSU, UC, AVC)
advanced strategy and teamwork. The           advanced strategy, formations, positional     (R3)
student will learn the rules, theory, and     role, and teamwork at the collegiate level.
philosophy of intercollegiate baseball.       The student will demonstrate and apply        PE 128 *BEGINNING GOLF
(CSU, UC, AVC) (R3)                           rules, theory, problem solving skills,        1 unit
                                              and philosophy of intercollegiate soccer.     3 hours weekly
PE 111 *ADVANCED TENNIS                       (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3#)                          The course will emphasize the
TECHNIQUES                                    # Enrollment in any combination of PE 112A,   fundamentals and techniques of leisure
                                                PE 112B or PE 113 is limited to 4 times.
1 unit                                                                                      golf. It will stress rules, regulations and
3 hours weekly                                                                              vocabulary as well as etiquette. (CSU,
Advanced skills and techniques of tennis.                                                   UC, AVC) (R3#)
                                                                                            # Enrollment in any combination of PE 128 is
                                                                                              limited to 4 times.
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PE 128 *ADVANCED GOLF                                          compete in athletics at the intercollegiate    PE 151 *INTERMEDIATE
1 unit                                                         level. Course content will emphasize           SWIMMING
3 hours weekly                                                 pre-season conditioning for one of the         (formerly PE 150 , Intermediate
This course is a continuation of                               following sports: baseball, basketball,        Swimming)
Beginning Golf with achievement                                football, track, cross country, soccer,        1 unit
of a higher performance level in the                           softball, tennis and volleyball. It is an      3 hours weekly
basic techniques of golf. It differs from                      intensive training program based upon          Limitation on Enrollment: Complete a
Beginning Golf in that actual competition                      improving	basic	skills,	speed,	flexibility,	   100 yard swim test or have completed
and advanced levels of strategy are taught                     agility, reaction time, coordinated            Beginning Swimming.
and developed. (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3#)                            movement and cardiovascular endurance.         Instructional materials fee required
# Enrollment in any combination of PE 128 is                   Students should have previous organized
  limited to 4 times.
                                                                                                              for this course and must be paid at
                                                               athletic experience. Students will enroll      registration.
                                                               in the appropriate conditioning class that     The intermediate class will review all
PE 135 *PHYSICAL                                               corresponds to their sport participation.      beginning swimming strokes: freestyle,
CONDITIONING                                                   (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3)                            elementary backstroke, backstroke,
.5 unit, 1.5 hours weekly
                                                                                                              breaststroke, sidestroke and inverted
1 unit, 3 hours weekly                                         PE 145 *ADVANCED                               breaststroke. Then the class will focus on
This course emphasizes the development                         WOMEN’S FAST-PITCH                             development of intermediate swimming
of cardiovascular endurance, muscular
strength, and muscular endurance
                                                               SOFTBALL TECHNIQUES                            strokes: overarm sidestroke, survival
                                                               1 unit                                         stroke, single trudgen right and left,
by utilizing both weight training and
                                                               3 hours weekly                                 double	trudgen	and	butterfly.	Intermediate	
cardiovascular training. Students will
                                                               Advisory: Student should have at least         instruction will take place about spring-
participate in activities both as a class
                                                               three years high school fast-pitch             board diving, complex water turns,
and individually to achieve the goals
                                                               experience or equivalent.                      and building aqua fitness and stamina.
that they set for themselves utilizing all
                                                               Advanced skills and techniques of              Students will be eligible to qualify for the
equipment available. Intensity levels can
                                                               women’s fast-pitch softball will be taught     Red Cross Level 4 swim card. (CSU, UC,
be	modified	to	accommodate	all	levels	of	
                                                               in the course. An emphasis will be placed      AVC) (R3#)
fitness.	(CSU,	UC,	AVC) (R3)                                                                                  # Enrollment in any combination of PE 150,
                                                               upon learning advanced strategy and
                                                                                                                PE 151, and PE 152 is limited to 4 times.
                                                               teamwork. The student will learn the rules,
PE 139 *TEAM SPORT
                                                               theory, and philosophy of intercollegiate
FUNDAMENTALS                                                                                                  PE 152 *FITNESS
                                                               women’s fast-pitch softball. (CSU, UC,
.5 unit, 1.5 hours weekly                                      AVC) (R3)                                      SWIMMING
1 unit, 3 hours weekly                                                                                        (formerly PE 150, Fitness Swimming)
Designed for the student who wishes to                         PE 150 *BEGINNING                              1 unit
compete in athletics at the intercollegiate                                                                   3 hours weekly
level. Course content will emphasize
                                                               SWIMMING
                                                                                                              Limitation on Enrollment: Student
                                                               1 unit
a p p r o p r i a t e t a c t i c s , s t r a t e g y, a n d                                                  should be able to successfully complete a
                                                               3 hours weekly
techniques to successfully compete in                                                                         100 yard continuous swim.
                                                               Instructional materials fee required
one of the following sports: baseball,                                                                        Student will learn to set up a swimming
                                                               for this course and must be paid at
basketball, golf, football, soccer, softball,                                                                 program to build physical fitness. The
                                                               registration.
track, or volleyball. It is a comprehensive                                                                   student will be instructed on how to
                                                               An introduction to the basic skills of
program based upon gaining knowledge                                                                          improv e th e s w im s trokes h e/s he
                                                               swimming, including the six beginning
of techniques, rules, game strategy and                                                                       possesses. The basis of the program will
                                                               swimming strokes: freestyle, backstroke,
tactics, player positioning, and response to                                                                  be aerobic conditioning. (CSU, UC,
                                                               elementary backstroke, breaststroke,
opponent’s actions. Students should have                                                                      AVC) (R3#)
                                                               sidestroke and inverted breaststroke.
previous organized athletic experience                                                                        # Enrollment in any combination of PE 150,
                                                               Safety skills such as floating, gliding,
and will enroll in the course that                                                                              PE 151, or PE 152 is limited to 4 times.
                                                               changing direction, treading and a plain
corresponds to their sport participation.
                                                               dive will be covered. The student will         PE 155 *BEGINNING
(CSU, AVC) (R3)
                                                               be eligible to qualify for the Red Cross
                                                               Levels 1, 2 or 3 swim card. This course is
                                                                                                              VOLLEYBALL
PE 140 *PRE-SEASON SPORT                                                                                      1 unit
                                                               open for nonswimmers. (CSU, UC, AVC)
CONDITIONING                                                   (R3#)
                                                                                                              3 hours weekly
.5 unit, 1.5 hours weekly                                      # Enrollment in any combination of PE 150,     A beginning course that introduces
1 unit, 3 hours weekly                                           PE 151, or PE 152 is limited to 4 times.     the student to the basic vocabulary,
Designed for the student who wishes to                                                                        performance, fundamental skills and
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playing techniques of power volleyball.        PE 160 *INTERMEDIATE                           PE 173 *INTERMEDIATE
(CSU, UC, AVC) (R3#)                           TENNIS                                         WEIGHT LIFTING
# Enrollment in any combination of PE 155,
  PE 156, or PE 157 is limited to 4 times.     1 unit                                         (formerly PE 170, Intermediate Weight
                                               3 hours weekly                                 Lifting)
PE 156 *INTERMEDIATE                           Refinement of tennis skills for the            1 unit
                                               developing player. Includes forehand           3 hours weekly
VOLLEYBALL
                                               drive, backhand drive, service, volley,        This course is designed for the student
1 unit
                                               drop shot, overheads, strategies and           who wishes to learn advanced skills on
3 hours weekly
                                               analysis of opponent’s game. (CSU, UC,         intermediate lifts in the weight room.
This is a course designed and developed
                                               AVC) (R3#)                                     The student will be required to learn how
for the intermediate level volleyball          # Enrollment in any combination of PE 160 is   to develop a program with the variety
player. It is a continuation of beginning        limited to 4 times.
                                                                                              of intermediate lifts which put more
volleyball with an emphasis in executing
                                                                                              focus	on	specific	body	areas.		The	course	
the fundamental skills and techniques of       PE 160 *ADVANCED TENNIS                        will also cover the proper warm-up and
power volleyball at a higher level. This       1 unit
                                                                                              safety techniques that are necessary in the
course differs from beginning volleyball       3 hours weekly
                                                                                              weight room. (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3#)
in that set patterns and systems of offense    Progressive skill instruction concerned        # Enrollment in any combination of PE 170
and defense are used in the team strategy.     with the development of the advanced             or PE 173 is limited to 4 times.
BEFORE ENROLLING student should                tennis player. Emphasis will be on
have	proficiency	in	the	skills	of	passing	     placement of shot, shot combination            PE 175 *ADVANCED
and setting. (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3#)              building from the baseline and net, and        WEIGHT TRAINING FOR
# Enrollment in any combination of PE 155,     footwork. Students will learn to select
  PE 156, or PE 157 is limited to 4 times.                                                    ATHLETES
                                               appropriate tennis equipment and apparel.      2 units
                                               (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3#)
PE 157 *ADVANCED                               # Enrollment in any combination of PE 160 is
                                                                                              6 hours weekly
VOLLEYBALL                                       limited to 4 times.                          Limitation on Enrollment: Must be a
1 unit                                                                                        potential member of an intercollegiate
3 hours weekly                                 PE 165 *ADVANCED TRACK                         athletic team.
This is a course designed and developed        TECHNIQUES                                     This course is designed for the student
for the advanced level volleyball player. It   1 unit                                         who is a member of an athletic team. The
is a continuation of intermediate volleyball   3 hours weekly                                 course	will	improve	strength,	flexibility,	
with an emphasis in achievement of a           Advanced skills and techniques of track        and	endurance	of	specific	muscles	groups	
higher performance level in the basic          and	field	will	be	taught	in	the	course.	An	    that are indigenous to a specific sport.
techniques of power volleyball. It differs     emphasis will be placed upon learning          (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3)
from intermediate volleyball in that set       advanced strategy and teamwork. The
patterns and systems of offense and            student will learn the rules, theory, and      PE 180 *ADVANCED
defense are used in the team strategy          philosophy of intercollegiate track and        VOLLEYBALL TECHNIQUES
as well as the rules and regulations of        field.	(CSU,	UC,	AVC) (R3)                     1 unit
the NCAA. BEFORE ENROLLING                                                                    3 hours weekly
student should have proficiency in the         PE 170 *BEGINNING                              Advanced skills and techniques of
skills of passing and setting. (CSU, UC,       WEIGHT LIFTING                                 volleyball will be taught. An emphasis
AVC) (R3#)                                     1 unit                                         will be placed upon physical conditioning
# Enrollment in any combination of PE 155,                                                    and plyometric training for team
  PE 156, or PE 157 is limited to 4 times.     3 hours weekly
                                               This course is designed for the student        competitive volleyball. The student will
                                               who wishes to learn the basic skills and       learn the rules, theory, and philosophy
PE 160 *BEGINNING TENNIS                                                                      of intercollegiate volleyball. (CSU, UC,
1 unit                                         techniques of weight lifting. The student
                                               will be required to learn how to design        AVC) (R3)
3 hours weekly
Introduction to the basic skills and rules     and implement a weight lifting program.
of tennis. Includes forehand, backhand,        The course will also cover the proper
serve and volley. Also includes strategy,      warm-up and safety techniques that are
etiquette, selection of equipment and          necessary when in the weight room.
general rules for playing singles and          (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3#)
                                               # Enrollment in any combination of PE 170
doubles. (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3#)                    or PE 173 is limited to 4 times.
# Enrollment in any combination of PE 160 is
  limited to 4 times.
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                                               PE 190 *INTRODUCTION TO                        PE 194 *OFFICIATING–
   Physical Education–                         PHYSICAL EDUCATION                             SPRING SPORTS
                                               3 units                                        2 units
       Professional                            3 hours weekly                                 2 hours weekly
   Preparation Courses                         Limitation on Enrollment: TB skin
                                               test within past year. Fingerprints are
                                                                                              Students will analyze and interpret
                                                                                              the rules and regulations for the sports
                                               required by the State of California.           of baseball and track and field at the
PE 187 *YELL AND SONG                          Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 099 and         high school level. Discussions will also
LEADING                                        READ 099.                                      include	the	mechanics	of	officiating	these	
(formerly Yell and Song Leading,               Students	will	be	introduced	to	the	field	of	   sports.	Trends,	techniques	of	officiating,	
Summer or Fall)                                Physical	Education	and	the	related	fields	     and issues of the games will also be
2 units                                        of Health Education, Recreation and            discussed. (CSU, UC, AVC)
6 hours weekly                                 Sport. Specifically, the psychological,
Limitation on Enrollment: Tryout               philosophical, pedagogical, sociological,      PE 195 *SPORTS
required.                                      historical and career preparation areas of     APPRECIATION
This course is intended for members of         Physical Education and related careers         3 units
the Antelope Valley College cheerleading       will be studied. Current trends, issues        3 hours weekly
team. The course is designed to prepare        and developments in Physical Education         Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 099 and
students to perform at all scheduled college   will be explored. Each student will            READ 099.
events. Students will learn advanced           participate	in	field	experience	of	teaching	   Selected learning experiences leading
cheerleading techniques and apply the          a lesson in Physical Education. The            to an understanding and appreciation of
techniques to their performances. (CSU,        course is designed for students who            athletics and recreational sports and how
AVC) (R3)                                      are majoring or minoring in Physical           they relate to our society. (CSU, UC,
                                               Education or have related career goals.        AVC)
PE 188 *PEP SQUAD                              (CSU, UC, AVC)
LEADERSHIP                                                                                    PE 196 *WATER SAFETY
                                               PE 191 *FIRST AID AND                          INSTRUCTOR
2 units
6 hours weekly                                 EMERGENCY CARE                                 3 units
Limitation on Enrollment: Tryout               3 units                                        6 hours weekly
required.                                      3 hours weekly                                 Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 099,
This course is intended for members of         Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 099 and         READ 099 and MATH 050.
the Antelope Valley College cheerleading       READ 099.                                      An American Red Cross Water Safety
team. The course is designed to develop        Instructional materials fee required           Instructor training course. Areas of
leadership, cooperation, and unity             for this course and must be paid at            study include principles and methods
within the squad. Students will prepare        registration.                                  of teaching swimming and plain diving,
and practice material to perform at all        A study of first aid and CPR skills            lifesaving and water safety. Student must
scheduled events and competitions.             required by the American Red Cross.            possess current American Red Cross
(CSU, AVC) (R3)                                Course will result in an American Red          Lifeguard Certification. Preliminary
                                               Cross First Aid and CPR card being             training will result in the student becoming
PE 189 *CHEER                                  issued. (CSU, UC, AVC)                         thoroughly familiar with the skills of
CONDITIONING                                                                                  swimming and lifesaving. Secondary
                                               PE 193 *OFFICIATING–FALL                       training will concentrate on the analysis
2 units
6 hours weekly                                 SPORTS                                         and practice of teaching swimming skills
Limitation on Enrollment: Tryout               2 units                                        and examination of teaching skills. This
required.                                      2 hours weekly                                 is also referred to as swimming instructor
This course is intended for members of         Students will analyze and interpret the        training. At the completion of the course
the Antelope Valley College cheerleading       rules and regulations for the sports of        the	student	may	qualify	for	certification	
team. The course is designed to improve        football and basketball at the high school     as an American Red Cross Water Safety
the students’ cardiovascular fitness,          level. Discussions will also include the       Instructor. In order to qualify for the
muscular strength, and flexibility.            mechanics of officiating these sports.         Red	Cross	certification,	the	student	must	
Students will develop team unity, trust,       Trends, techniques of officiating, and         complete the Red Cross First Aid for the
communication, and leadership skills           issues of the games will also be discussed.    Professional Rescuer and Fundamentals
by performing and competing at the             (CSU, UC, AVC)                                 of Teacher training courses off campus.
intercollegiate level. (CSU, UC, AVC)                                                         (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3)
(R3)
276       Physical Education and Athletics

PE 197 *LIFEGUARD                              satisfactory completion of all types of        the playing rules and code of conduct. The
TRAINING                                       Cooperative Work Experience Education          athlete will be required to learn advanced
3 unit                                         (WE 197 and WE 199), students may              offensive and defensive strategy. The
5 hours weekly                                 earn up to a total of sixteen semester         course will stress the development of
Limitation on Enrollment: Successfully         credit hours. (CSU, AVC) (R3)                  teamwork. (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3)
complete lifeguard pretest skills of: a)
500 yard continuous swim, b) one minute                                                       PE 210 INTERCOLLEGIATE
brick tread, c) 20 second 25 yard sprint,         Physical Education–                         WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
                                                                                              1 unit fall / 1 unit spring
d) 10 second deep end brick retrieve,
e) 55 second 50 yard brick retrieve. In
                                                   Athletic Program                           115 hours total fall/60 hours total spring
addition student must perform a 100 yard                Courses                               Limitation on Enrollment: Physical
stroke of each the freestyle; breaststroke;                                                   examination and tryout required.
elementary backstroke and sidestroke at                                                       This course is designed for the student-
                                               AVC is a member of the Foothill                athlete who wishes to compete at the
Level 7 proficiency.
                                               Conference. Competition is offered in          varsity intercollegiate level in women’s
Instructional materials fee required
                                               baseball, basketball, football, track, cross   basketball. The course will emphasize
for this course and must be paid at
                                               country, softball, golf, tennis, soccer, and   advanced women’s basketball skills and
registration.
                                               volleyball.                                    techniques. An advanced level of physical
This course focuses on preparing
individuals to ensure the safety of water                                                     conditioning will be taught. An emphasis
                                               PE 200 INTERCOLLEGIATE                         will be placed upon the athlete learning
users, recreational or instructional. Topics
include: how to prevent accidents, how         BASEBALL                                       the playing rules and code of conduct. The
to keep oneself safe to ensure the safety      2 units                                        athlete will be required to learn advanced
of the facility and all users, knowledge of    10 hours weekly                                offensive and defensive strategy. The
rescue skills, and ability to perform them.    Limitation on Enrollment: Physical             course will stress the development of
(CSU, UC, AVC) (R3)                            examination and tryout required.               teamwork. (CSU, UC, AVC) (R3)
                                               This course is designed for the student-
PE 199 *OCCUPATIONAL                           athlete who wishes to compete at the           PE 215 INTERCOLLEGIATE
                                               varsity intercollegiate level in baseball.     CROSS COUNTRY
WORK EXPERIENCE
                                               The course will emphasize advanced             2 units
1–8 units
                                               baseball skills and techniques. An             10 hours weekly
hours vary
                                               advanced level of competition requires         Limitation on Enrollment: Physical
Prerequisite: To participate in work
                                               the athlete to possess adequate physical       examination and tryout required.
experience, students must have a job
                                               conditioning. The course is designed           The course is designed for the student-
or internship which is either paid or
                                               to assist the athlete in acquiring the         athlete who wishes to compete at the
voluntary and have the approval of the
                                               prerequisite conditioning. All phases          varsity intercollegiate level in cross
supervisor and instructor supervising
                                               of advanced offensive and defensive            country. The course will emphasize
work experience in the specific subject
                                               strategy will be presented. The course         advanced cross country skills and
area. PRIOR TO ENROLLING, students
                                               will teach the athlete the playing rules       techniques. An advanced level of
must attend a scheduled orientation or
                                               and code of conduct. (CSU, UC, AVC)            competition requires the athlete to possess
meet individually with the supervising
                                               (R2)                                           adequate physical conditioning. The
instructor for an individual orientation.
Occupational Work Experience Education                                                        course is designed to assist the athlete in
                                               PE 205 INTERCOLLEGIATE                         acquiring the prerequisite conditioning.
is supervised employment designed
to provide students a realistic learning       MEN’S BASKETBALL                               All phases of advanced strategy will
experience through work. The ultimate          1 unit fall/1 unit spring                      be presented. The course will teach the
goal is to teach students those skills and     115 hours total fall/60 hours total spring     athlete the playing rules and code of
attitudes that will equip them to function     Limitation on Enrollment: Physical             conduct. (CSU, UC, AVC) (R2)
and adapt as an employee in a variety          examination and tryout required.
of situations and jobs. Occupational           This course is designed for the student-       PE 220 INTERCOLLEGIATE
Work Experience Education is supervised        athlete who wishes to compete at the
                                               varsity intercollegiate level in men’s         FOOTBALL
employment extending classroom-based                                                          2 units
occupational learning at an on-the-job         basketball. The course will emphasize
                                               advanced men’s basketball skills and           10 hours weekly
learning station related to the students’                                                     Limitation on Enrollment: Physical
educational major or occupational goal.        techniques. An advanced level of physical
                                               conditioning will be taught. An emphasis       examination and tryout required.
Credit may be accrued at the rate of                                                          This course is designed for the student-
one to eight units per semester. For the       will be placed upon the athlete learning
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athlete who wishes to compete at the         PE 237 INTERCOLLEGIATE                        PE 255 INTERCOLLEGIATE
varsity intercollegiate level in football.   MEN’S GOLF                                    TRACK
The course will emphasize advanced           2 units                                       2 units
football skills and techniques. An           10 hours weekly                               10 hours weekly
advanced level of physical conditioning      Limitation on Enrollment: Physical            Limitation on Enrollment: Physical
will be taught. An emphasis will be          examination and tryout required.              examination and tryout required.
placed upon the athlete learning the         Designed for the male student-                The course is designed for the student-
playing rules and code of conduct. The       athlete who wishes to compete at the          athlete who wishes to compete at the
athlete will be required to learn advanced   intercollegiate level in golf. Course         varsity intercollegiate level in track.
offensive and defensive strategy. The        content will emphasize advanced golf          The course will emphasize advanced
course will stress the development of        skills and techniques. The advanced           track skills and techniques. An advanced
teamwork. (CSU, UC, AVC) (R2)                level of competition will require a high      level of track competition requires the
                                             level of physical condition on the part of    athlete to possess an adequate physical
PE 225 INTERCOLLEGIATE                       the student. Instruction and practice for     condition. The course is designed to assist
WOMEN’S TENNIS                               intercollegiate competition will include      the athlete in acquiring the prerequisite
2 units                                      rules of play and strategy. (CSU, AVC)        conditioning. All phases of advanced
10 hours weekly                              (R2)                                          strategy will be presented. The course
Limitation on Enrollment: Physical                                                         will teach the athlete the playing rules
examination and tryout required.             PE 240 INTERCOLLEGIATE                        and code of conduct. (CSU, UC, AVC)
Designed for the student athlete who         WOMEN’S SOFTBALL                              (R2)
wishes to compete at the intercollegiate     2 units
level in tennis. Course content will         10 hours weekly                               PE 265 INTERCOLLEGIATE
emphasize advanced tennis skills and         Limitation on Enrollment: Physical            WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
techniques. The advanced level of            examination and tryout required.              2 units
competition will require a high level        The course is designed for the student-       10 hours weekly
of physical condition on the part of the     athlete who wishes to compete at the          Limitation on Enrollment: Physical
student. Instruction and practice for        varsity intercollegiate level in women’s      examination and tryout required.
intercollegiate competition will include     softball. The course will emphasize           The course is designed for the student-
rules and strategy. (CSU, UC, AVC) (R2)      advanced women’s softball skills              athlete who wishes to compete at the
                                             and techniques. An advanced level of          varsity intercollegiate level in women’s
PE 230 INTERCOLLEGIATE                       competition requires the athlete to possess   volleyball. The course will emphasize
WOMEN’S SOCCER                               adequate physical conditioning. The           advanced women’s volleyball skills
2 units                                      course is designed to assist the athlete in   and techniques. An advanced level of
10 hours weekly                              acquiring the prerequisite conditioning.      competition requires the athlete to possess
Limitation on Enrollment: Physical           All phases of advanced offensive and          adequate physical conditioning. The
examination and tryout required.             defensive strategy will be presented. The     course is designed to assist the athlete in
The course is designed for the student-      course will teach the athlete the playing     acquiring the prerequisite conditioning.
athlete who wishes to compete at the         rules and code of conduct. (CSU, UC,          All phases of advanced offensive and
intercollegiate level in soccer. Course      AVC) (R2)                                     defensive strategy will be presented. The
content will emphasize advanced soccer                                                     course will teach the athlete the playing
skills and techniques. The advanced                                                        rules and code of conduct. (CSU, UC,
level of competition will require a high                                                   AVC) (R2)
level of physical condition on the part of
the student. Instruction and practice for
intercollegiate competition will include
rules, history, and strategy. (CSU, UC,
AVC) (R2)

				
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