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PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH (PED)
Up to three hours credit may be applied toward graduation from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the School of Business, or the College of Education from the following courses in athletics, fitness, health, and outdoor activities. Beginner-level courses are not appropriate for experienced athletes, and the availability of intermediate and/or advanced courses will vary. Students may take multiple PED courses with the same course number as long as the topics differ. All PED courses are graded S/U.
PED 141-142-143. Athletics: (Topic) (1 hour each)
Beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses on various sports. Course topics include: tennis, golf, archery, volleyball, bowling, and basketball. (Every semester)
PED 151-152-153. Fitness: (Topic) (1 hour each)
Beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses on various physical fitness activities. Course topics include: aerobics, body development and conditioning, dancing, fencing, martial arts, Mercer R.A.W. challenge course, yoga, and running. (Every semester)
PED 161-162-163. Health: (Topic) (1 hour each)
Beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses on various health topics. Course topics include: first aid and life-saving. (Occasionally)
PED 171-172-173. Outdoors: (Topic) (1 hour each)
Beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses on various outdoor activities. Course topics include: swimming, canoeing, scuba-diving, and hiking. (Occasionally)