Coaching (HPR)

HPR 100 SPECIAL PROJECT

1, 0/0

Limited for certain movement, exercise, and sport experiences. Completion of form and approval of program coordinator required. Forms available in the Coaching and Physical Education Office. Offered every semester.

HPR 114 JOGGING FOR PHYSICAL FITNESS

1, 0/2

Offered occasionally.

HPR 154 FITNESS THROUGH SWIMMING

1, 0/2

Prerequisite: Completion of HPR 153 or demonstration to the instructor of equivalent aquatic ability. Activity aquatic class to increase student's cardio-respiratory fitness level. Swimming skills, workout planning and participation. Offered occasionally.

HPR 156 BASIC SCUBA DIVING

1, 2/0

See the Undergraduate Course Catalog.

Equivalent Course: HEW 156

HPR 157 ASSISTANT SCUBA INSTRUCTOR

1, 2/0

See the Undergraduate Course Catalog.

Equivalent Course: HEW 157

HPR 158 LIFEGUARDING

1, 2/0

See the Undergraduate Course Catalog.

HPR 180 PHYSICAL FITNESS FOR WOMEN

1, 0/2

Offered occasionally.

HPR 198 STRENGTH FITNESS

1, 0/2

Offered occasionally.

HPR 199 CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR)

1, 2/0

See the Undergraduate Course Catalog.

Equivalent Course: HEW 199

HPR 200 FITNESS FOR LIVING

2, 2/0

See the Undergraduate Course Catalog.

Equivalent Course: HEW 200

HPR 201 TECHNIQUES AND THEORIES OF COACHING SPECIALTY SPORTS

3, 3/0

Lecture and discussion analysis of athletic coaching. Supervised independent study of the requirements for coaching an approved specialty sport. Offered summer only.

HPR 202 TECHNIQUES AND THEORIES OF SOCCER

3, 3/0

Analysis of soccer with emphasis on history, present status, rules, techniques, and theories. Offered spring only.

HPR 203 TECHNIQUES AND THEORIES OF FOOTBALL

3, 3/0

Analysis of football with emphasis on history, present status, rules, techniques, and theories. Offered fall only.

HPR 205 TECHNIQUES AND THEORIES OF TRACK AND FIELD

3, 3/0

Analysis of track and field with emphasis on history, present status, rules, techniques, and theories. Offered spring only.

HPR 207 TECHNIQUES AND THEORIES OF BASEBALL/SOFTBALL

3, 3/0

Analysis of baseball with emphasis on history, present status, rules, techniques, and theories. Offered spring only.

HPR 208 TECHNIQUES AND THEORIES OF SWIMMING

3, 3/0

Analysis of swimming with emphasis on history, present status, rules, techniques, and theories. Offered spring only.

HPR 209 TECHNIQUES AND THEORIES OF BASKETBALL

3, 3/0

Analysis of basketball with emphasis on history, present status, rules, techniques, and theories. Offered fall only.

HPR 300 PRINCIPLES, PHILOSOPHY AND ORGANIZATION OF ATHLETICS IN EDUCATION

3, 3/0

Basic philosophy and principles of coaching interscholastic athletics; state, local, and national policies and regulations related to athletics. Partially fulfills New York State requirements for interscholastic coaching certification . Offered fall only.

HPR 301 KINESIOLOGY: APPLIED ANATOMY AND BIOMECHANICS

3, 3/0

Prerequisite: Sophomore status. Study of selected anatomical, physiological, and mechanical principles of movement and their application to human motion. Offered fall only.

Equivalent Course: HEW 301

HPR 306 ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF INTRAMURAL SPORTS

3, 3/0

Prerequisite: Sophomore status. Critical analysis of the organization and administration of intramural and recreational sports programs. Offered occasionally.

HPR 309 HEALTH SCIENCES FOR COACHING

3, 3/0

Interdisciplinary study of the health sciences as they apply to coaching interscholastic sports. Selected principles of anatomy, kinesiology, and physiology related to coaching; risk minimization; mixed competition; New York State Department of Education selection and classification of athletes; definition of age and maturity of athletes. Partially fulfills New York State requirements for interscholastic coaching certification. Offered spring and summer only.

HPR 319 SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT

3, 3/0

Sport and related social phenomena of social status, norms, goals, values, and organizational network. Offered spring only.

Equivalent Course: SOC 324

HPR 335 PREVENTION AND CARE OF ATHLETIC INJURIES

3, 3/0

The relationships among conditioning, performance, and injury prevention. Includes techniques and programs of body conditioning for specific sports, and the possible treatment of athletic injuries. A required course for students choosing either to meet minimal standards for coaching certification or to meet the requirements of the coaching minor. Offered fall only.

HPR 389 TOPICS COURSE

3, 3/0

HPR 488 INTERNSHIP

1-15, 0/0

Prerequisites: Upper-division status and instructor permission. The integration of theoretical knowledge with practical field experience in coaching interscholastic sports. Offered fall only.

Equivalent Course: HEW 488

HPR 495 SPECIAL PROJECT

1-3, 0/0

Offered occasionally.

Equivalent Course: HEW 495

HPR 499 INDEPENDENT STUDY

3-9, 0/0

Offered occasionally.