Academic Bulletin Physical Education - 2012-13

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Staff in the Department of Athletics, Recreation, and Wellness: Joseph Haklin (Athletic Director), Brian Anderson, Roger Busch, Antoine Carpenter, Mark Colston, Mark Elizondo, Jason Hutchison, Donald Morel, Clyde Morgan, Mac Petty, Erik Raeburn, Steve Rogers, Aaron Selby, and Cory Stevens.


Physical Education courses are taken in addition to the 34 course credits required for graduation. Grades assigned only on a credit/no credit basis and do not compute in the student’s GPA; however, this information is listed on transcripts. These courses may be added to a student’s normal load without special permission.
 
Course Descriptions
 
Theory of Coaching
Study of the organization and practice techniques utilized in the development of the skills and techniques of the sports listed below. Additional consideration is given to problems and expectations of the coach in the community.
 
PE 030. Theory of Coaching Football
PE 031. Theory of Coaching Soccer
PE 032. Theory of Coaching Swimming
PE 033. Theory of Coaching Basketball
PE 034. Theory of Coaching Wrestling
PE 035. Theory of Coaching Baseball
PE 036. Theory of Coaching Track
PE 037. Theory of Coaching Tennis
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PE 020. Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
Study of the techniques and principles utilized in preventing injuries to athletes and the development of the necessary skills to care for an injured athlete until medical help can be obtained. Develop an understanding of the body, how it works, how to evaluate an injury, and how to develop a rehabilitation plan.

General Elective Physical Education Activities
These non-credit activity courses meet on an arranged basis, and are offered to any student. Fees associated with activity classes are the responsibility of the student.
 

PE 011. Advanced Fitness
PE 012. Beginning Golf
PE 013. Beginning Swimming
PE 014. Beginning Tennis
PE 015. Life Saving
PE 016. Scuba Diving
PE 017. Sports Officiating
PE 018. Beginning Weight Training
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PE 016. Scuba Diving
Scuba it taught by an outside group for a fee you will need to pay. If interested in the classes please go to Diver’s Supply at 5501 West 86th Street, Suite J, Indianapolis IN 46268 to get your equipment and pay for the class. Diver’s Supply is open Tuesday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Its phone number is 317-297-2822. Be sure to tell the people at the shop that you are part of the Wabash College Class. The class is taught over two or three Sunday afternoons and one open water dive to be determined by the class, done at a local quarry over a weekend. If you have any questions please contact Mark Colston.
 
PE 015. Life Saving
You will learn Adult CPR/AED and First Aid. There is an outside fee as well. This class is taught with the Teacher Education class at the end of every semester.