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  1. Department of Physical Education Department of Physical Education Mission Statement The primary mission of the Department of Physical Education is to educate students regarding the benefits of living a healthy and physically active lifestyle; provide opportunities for sport, fitness, and leisure; offer professional preparation in the areas of coaching, fitness, health, and outdoor education; serve NC State students, the University, and the community.

  2. Department of Physical Education 37 faculty members 4 professional support staff

  3. Department of Physical Education We are not… Campus Recreation Carmichael Complex Facilities Dept. of Athletics

  4. Class Offerings • 68 activity (100 & 200 level) • fitness, team, racquet, aquatic, leisure, specialty, outdoor, dance • 32 lecture (minor program) • health, fitness, coaching, outdoor

  5. Department of Physical Education Data from Fall 2007

  6. Department of Physical Education 100 & 200 level classes: 266 sections 7003 seats available 26 seats per section (avg) 1,010 wait listed students

  7. Total Enroll 100-Level 200-Level 7003 (100%) 2311 (33%) 4692 (67%)

  8. Students Enrolled in Minor Program Classes • PEC (Coaching) = 146 • PEF (Fitness) = 6 • PEH (Health) = 262 • PEO (Outdoor) = 32 N = 446

  9. Fitness Class Offerings • Aerobics (PE 103,105,108,109) • Fitness walking (PE 102) • Fitness/Wellness (PE 101) • Run conditioning (PE 107) • Swim conditioning (PE 104) • Triathlon (PE 106) • Weight training • Yoga • Pilates

  10. Team Sport Class Offerings • Softball • Basketball • Flag football • Soccer • Gymnastics • Ultimate frisbee • Track & field • Volleyball

  11. Racquet Class Offerings • Tennis I • Tennis II • Badminton • Squash • Racquetball

  12. Dance Class Offerings • Clogging • Tap • Ballet • Modern • Jazz • Social

  13. Leisure/Specialty Class Offerings • Bowling • Golf • Archery • Equitation • Fencing • Karate • Self defense • Down hill skiing

  14. Aquatic Class Offerings • Beginner • Advanced beginner • Intermediate • Springboard diving • Scuba (I & II) • Swim conditioning • Water aerobics • WSI / LG training

  15. Outdoor Class Offerings • Canoeing • Backpacking • Rock climbing (I & II) • Mountaineering • Mountain biking • Sea kayaking • Orienteering • Whitewater raft/canoe • Fly fishing

  16. Department of Physical Education • GEP Requirement: • Two Physical Education activity class credits, with at least one from the 100-level (PE 101-109). • Lecture classes are not GEP-eligible.

  17. Coaching Education • Producing educators with coaching capabilities Fitness Leadership • Preparing students to assume fitness leadership responsibilities in public, private, corporate, and clinical settings.

  18. Health • Designed for students who may pursue careers in health-related professions Outdoor Leadership • Preparing students to be outdoor leaders of adventure-based programs

  19. Minor Program Classes (Coaching; 17 hrs) • PEC 381 – Athletic Training • PEC 477 – Concepts • PEC 478 – Sport Science • PEC 479 – Sport Management • PEC 301 – Practicum • Electives (4 hrs)(baseball/softball; basketball; football; golf; soccer; swimming/diving; tennis; track/field; volleyball; strength/conditioning

  20. Minor Program Classes(Fitness; 17 hrs) • PEC 478 – Sport Science • PEC 211 – Strength / Conditioning • PEH 286 – Nutrition • PEF 480 – Exercise Prescription • PEF 303 – Practicum • Electives (6 hrs): (101-109; PEF 214; PEC 381)

  21. Minor Program Classes(Health; 16 hrs) • PEH 285 – Personal Health • PEH 375 – Health Planning/Promotion • PEH 377 – Methods • PEH 493 – Practicum • Electives (8 hrs): (alcohol/drugs; human sexuality; women’s health; stress mang; nutrition; prevention of assault/violence; BIO 105/106/181; GN 301; NTR 301; SOC 381; PRT 200)

  22. Minor Program Classes(Outdoor; 17 hrs) • PEO 214 – Adventure Education • PEO 215 – Outdoor Leadership • PEO 216 – Backcountry Techniques • PEH 280 – Responding to Emergencies • PEO 302 – Practicum • Electives (5 hrs): (orienteering; canoe; backpack; rock climb; whitewater c/r; mountain bike; mountaineering; sea kayak; challenge course)

  23. Department of Physical Education Where do FRESHMEN fit? Fall 2007 Freshman enrollment = 4,791

  24. Class n % FR 496 23% SO 469 22% JR 482 22% SR 610 28% OTHER 117 5% all100 2174 100% PE 101-109

  25. PE 101 01 1 0% PE 101 02 7 1% PE 101 FR 129 27% PE 101 SO 79 16% PE 101 JR 124 26% PE 101 133 28% PE 101 SP 6 1% PE 101 1 0% 480 100% Fitness / Wellness SR MR

  26. PE 245 01 1 0% PE 245 02 3 1% PE 245 FR 76 21% PE 245 SO 79 22% PE 245 JR 64 18% PE 245 SR 102 28% PE 245 MR 11 3% PE 245 DR 18 5% PE 245 SP 102 28% PE 245 UN 1 0% 363 100% Golf

  27. PE 279 FR 1 1% PE 279 5 4% PE 279 JR 13 12% PE 279 SR 5 4% PE 279 14 12% PE 279 DR 1 1% PE 279 74 65% 113 100% SO Yoga MR SP

  28. PE 277 FR 1 8% PE 277 3 25% PE 277 1 8% PE 277 SR 7 58% 12 100% SO JR Mountain Biking

  29. How Can Dept. of Physical Education Help? Creative Scheduling Freshman-only sections Women-only sections Evening class offerings Block classes Half-semester classes Multiple sections Large volume of offerings

  30. Freshman:-run conditioning-volleyball Sophomore: -weight training -social dance Junior: -water aerobics -rock climbing Senior: -handball -pilates

  31. How Can Advisors Help? Be knowledgeable of Physical Education activity & minor classes Advise students to fulfill GEP requirement during FR year Advise students to take 100-level class first, if possible Advise students to be adventurous; try something new each semester

  32. Fitness Facts & Figures Physiological decline begins in early 20’s 1 potato chip / day = 1.5 fat lbs / year 10 min. activity = body wt in Kcals (300-500 / day requires ~ 30 min) Activity not scheduled?…it doesn’t happen

  33. Questions?