Total Units for the Associate in Arts Degree: 60 Units
Required Core Courses: 18 Units

Course Number Course Title Total Units
BIOL-25  &BIOL-25 Human Anatomy and Physiology I4
BIOL-26  BIOL-26 Human Anatomy and Physiology II4
OR
BIOL 21  &BIOL 21 Human Anatomy with Lab4
BIOL-22 BIOL-22 Human Physiology with Lab4
 
HLTH-2  HLTH-2 Personal Health3
HLTH-25  HLTH-25 Understanding Nutrition3
PE-15  PE-15 Introduction to Kinesiology3
PEAC-32D  PEAC-32D Fitness Center1
Select 3 Units from PE Electives:
PEAC 2A  PEAC 2A Men's Varsity Soccer3
PEAC-2B  PEAC-2B Pre-Season Skills and Conditioning for Soccer0.5
PEAC-2C  PEAC-2C Women's Varsity Soccer3
PEAC-2D  PEAC-2D Off-Season Skills and Conditioning for Soccer1.5
PEAC-5A  PEAC-5A Men's Varsity Basketball - Fall2
PEAC-5A.02  PEAC-5A.02 Men's Varsity Basketball - Spring1
PEAC-5B  PEAC-5B Pre-Season Skills and Conditioning for Basketball1.5
PEAC-5C  PEAC-5C Women's Varsity Basketball - Fall2
PEAC-5C.02  PEAC-5C.02 Women's Varsity Basketball - Spring1
PEAC-5D  PEAC-5D Off-Season Skills and Conditioning for Basketball1
PEAC-6  PEAC-6 Varsity Wrestling3
PEAC-6B  PEAC-6B Pre-Season Skills and Conditioning for Wrestling0.5
PEAC-6D  PEAC-6D Off-Season Skills and Conditioning for Wrestling1.5
PEAC-7  PEAC-7 Varsity Baseball3
PEAC-7D  PEAC-7D Off-Season Skills and Conditioning for Baseball3
PEAC-9  PEAC-9 Women's Varsity Volleyball3
PEAC-9B  PEAC-9B Pre-Season Skills and Conditioning for Volleyball0.5
PEAC-9D PEAC-9D Off-Season Skills and Conditioning for Volleyball1.5
PEAC-10  PEAC-10 Women's Varsity Softball3
PEAC-10D  PEAC-10D Off-Season Skills and Conditioning for Softball3
PEAC-16  PEAC-16 Walking For Fitness1
PEAC-34  PEAC-34 Golf Skills1
PEAC-44  PEAC-44 Yoga1

Completion of either the CSU General Education or
IGETC Option
Remaining Units to Total 60 Units may be selected from
electives. Courses must be numbered 1 – 49.


Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Associate in Arts Degree University Studies: Emphasis in Physical Education, the student will be able to:
1. Develop and apply techniques and strategies for development of personal physical fitness.
2. Think critically and apply logic to situational game play through intercollegiate athletics.
3. Cooperate with others in a collaborative environment for accomplishment of personal fitness and/or team goals.
4. Implement a healthy lifestyle/physical fitness plan to enhance physical health and fitness.
5. Analyze trends and problems in physical education through historical comparisons; draw conclusions relevant to today’s population and society.
6. Demonstrate mastery of a variety of skills and techniques specific to sport and fitness.
7. Demonstrate an understanding of the basic methodologies of science.