Jan 24, 2020  
2019-2020 Catalog 
  
2019-2020 Catalog

Physical Education, AA


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Health Sciences and Athletics Division
www.elcamino.edu/academics/healthsciences

The degree provides an orientation to the profession through participation in diverse physical activities and study of the dimensions of exercise. Students will acquire the ability to utilize principles of human anatomy, physiology, and behavioral processes in a variety of exercise and sport applications. Competencies will be assessed by a student’s ability to solve problems in exercise program design and to evaluate movement skills, tactics, and strategies in various physical activities. Upon completion of the program, students will enhance their ability to pursue advanced degree options or entry-level positions in the discipline.

Aquatics:


Plus 4 units of activity-units distributed over a minimum of 3 categories to include: Aquatics, Combatives, Dance, Fitness, Individual/Dual Activities, Intercollegiate Sports, and Team Activities

Combatives:


Plus 4 units of activity-units distributed over a minimum of 3 categories to include: Aquatics, Combatives, Dance, Fitness, Individual/Dual Activities, Intercollegiate Sports, and Team Activities

Individual/Dual Activities:


Plus 4 units of activity-units distributed over a minimum of 3 categories to include: Aquatics, Combatives, Dance, Fitness, Individual/Dual Activities, Intercollegiate Sports, and Team Activities

Intercollegiate Sports:


Plus 4 units of activity-units distributed over a minimum of 3 categories to include: Aquatics, Combatives, Dance, Fitness, Individual/Dual Activities, Intercollegiate Sports, and Team Activities

Team Activities:


Plus 4 units of activity-units distributed over a minimum of 3 categories to include: Aquatics, Combatives, Dance, Fitness, Individual/Dual Activities, Intercollegiate Sports, and Team Activities

Physical Education Electives: 2-3 units


Plus 4 units of activity-units distributed over a minimum of 3 categories to include: Aquatics, Combatives, Dance, Fitness, Individual/Dual Activities, Intercollegiate Sports, and Team Activities

Total Units: 22-23


Preparation for the Physical Education Transfer Major


For information on specific university major requirements, please obtain a transfer curriculum guide sheet in the Counseling Services Center, consult with your counselor, or visit the Transfer Center. You may use the transfer major requirements.

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