Physical Education Activity (PEAC)
Program activity-theory courses for men and women. All activity classes are offered for S/U grade only, with the exception of 2000. Physical education activity courses may not be offered every semester.
USP Codes are listed in brackets by the 1991 USP code followed by the 2003 USP code (i.e. [M2<>QB]).
1000. P.E. Activity in ____. 1/2 (Max. 1). Provides instruction in special and/or unique sport, dance or exercise on a temporary basis.
1001. Physical Activity and Your Health. 1. [P1<>P] Designed to help students gain an understanding of the impact physical activity or inactivity has on their health. Students gain the knowledge, skills, and experience that enable them to make informed decisions about their own health as it relates to their quality of life and longevity.
NOTE: All students must enroll in a PEAC 1001 activity as part of the PEAC 1001 experience.
1012. Beginning Swimming. 1/2. Instructs the non-swimmer in skills suggested by the Red Cross.
2000. Wellness: Physical, Nutrition, and Lifestyle Concepts. 1-3 (Max. 9). Designed to present information on topics including (but not limited to): nutrition, mobility and injury prevention, sleep and stress management, sport psychology, ethics in sport and human performance, and methods of fitness. Also includes a physical activity component. Offered as S/U.