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Coaching / Officiating (PEC)

PEC-101 Introduction to Coaching, 3 cr.
This four-part course includes coaching theory, sports medicine, sports psychology and sports physiology. It leads to coaching authorization for the State of Iowa as a junior high or senior high coach. (Formerly PE-233A)
 
PEC-110 Coaching Ethics, Techniques, & Theory, 1 cr.
This course provides an overview of the coaching profession with an in depth look at coaching ethics.(Formerly PE-241A - Coaching Theory & Ethics)
 
PEC-115 Athletic Development & Human Growth, 1 cr.
An exploration of normal characteristics and physical, social, and emotional development of individuals from early childhood through adolescence. This course includes a discussion of athletic development from later childhood through adolescence. (Formerly PE-251A - Human Growth and Development-Coaching)
 
PEC-120 Body Structure & Function, 1 cr.
This class presents an overview study of anatomy and physiology. The relationship between body structure and function forms the basis for the course. (Formerly PE-261A - Sports Physiology for Coaches)
 
PEC-126 Athletic Injury Prevention, 2 cr.
This course provides a knowledge and understanding of the prevention, care, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. (Formerly PE-271A - Athletic Injury - Coaches)
 
PEC-128 Care & Prevent Athl. Injuries, 3 cr.
This course provides a knowledge and understanding of the prevention, care, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Basic recognition, prevention, care and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. Evaluation of protective devices, nutrition and conditioning are included. (Formerly PE-223A - Intro to Athletic Injuries)
 
PEC-160 Sports Officiating, 2 cr.
Principles and standards, rules, mechanics and procedures for officiating competitive sports. (Formerly PE-222A)
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