Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2019 - 2020 
    
    May 24, 2024  
Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2019 - 2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


This listing includes traditional undergraduate courses, degree completion courses and designated subjects education courses. Not all courses listed in this catalog are available each term at all campus locations.

 

Music

  
  • MUS 130 - Class Voice

    Credits 1 - 2
    Prerequisite to private voice instruction. Voice instructors may make an exception to this requirement if situation warrants. Instruction offered in a small group for the purpose of establishing the basics of correct vocal technique: breathing, support and vocal apparatus.
    May not be audited.
  
  • MUS 131 - Piano Class

    Credits 2
    This class offers group instruction for students with little or no keyboard experience. The class may be repeated at no extra fee.
    May not be audited.
  
  • MUS 132 - Piano Proficiency Class

    Credits 2
    This course is for music majors only and incorporates all elements of the required piano proficiency examination.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 133 - Beginning Worship Guitar

    Credits 2
    This class offers instruction in a group setting for students with little or no guitar experience.
    May not be audited.
  
  • MUS 135 - Private Instruction in Piano

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in piano is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 136 - Private Instruction in Percussion

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in percussion is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 137 - Private Instruction in Organ

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in organ is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 138 - Private Instruction in Guitar

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in guitar is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 139 - Private Instruction in Harpsichord

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in harpsichord is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 141 - Private Instruction in Voice

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in voice is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 143 - Private Instruction in Brass

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in brass is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 145 - Private Instruction in Strings

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in strings is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 146 - Private Instruction in Harp

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in harp is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 147 - Private Instruction in Woodwinds

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in woodwinds is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 148 - Private Instruction in Conducting

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in conducting is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 149 - Private Instruction in Composition

    Credits 1 - 2
    Private instruction in composition is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 162 - Musical Theater: Orchestra

    Credits 1
    As a member of the musical theater orchestra, the student gains practical experience in playing in a pit orchestra. Musical theater productions are on a rotation schedule and are joint productions of the FPU Music and Theater programs.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 208 - Pacific Bronze Handbell Choir

    Credits 2
    Pacific Bronze performs sacred, secular and original compositions, ringing five octaves of Malmark handbells and three octaves of Malmark chimes.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 210 - Music Theory and Counterpoint

    Credits 3
    This course includes continued study in musicianship and harmonic theory with the introduction of counterpoint.
  
  • MUS 210L - Music Theory and Counterpoint

    Credits 1
    This course includes continued study in musicianship and harmonic theory with the introduction of counterpoint. Special attention will be devoted to sight singing, ear training and melodic dictation.
  
  • MUS 216 - Pacific Chamber Singers

    Credits 2
    A select ensemble of 12-16 outstanding vocalists who perform a wide variety of repertoire including traditional sacred choral music, jazz and multi-cultural works. Selected singers also participate in MUS 116 Concert Choir. By audition or permission of the instructor.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 222 - University String Quartet

    Credits 2
    The quartet studies and performs string quartet repertoire from Haydn classics to new music of today, performing widely in concerts and for special occasions. An extensive rehearsal schedule (minimum of five hours weekly) is required in addition to weekly class meetings. Quartet members also participate in MUS 122 Orchestra. By annual audition and permission of instructor.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 230 - Lyric Diction I

    Credits 2
    Required for all voice majors and highly recommended for all students involved in vocal music, including music education and conducting majors, and as a corollary to vocal teaching skills. The basis for the course is the International Phonetic Alphabet, used for pronunciation guides in all languages. This course addresses enunciation, pronunciation of the English, Latin, Italian and Spanish as commonly used in voice study and understanding how the sounds are formed and applied to the singer's art. Recommended for students in their second year of vocal study.
  
  • MUS 231 - Lyric Diction II

    Credits 2
    Required for all voice majors and highly recommended for all students involved in vocal music, including music education and conducting majors, and as a corollary to vocal teaching skills. This course assumes a working knowledge of International Phonetic Alphabet and addresses enunciation, pronunciation of German, French and Slavic languages as commonly used in voice study and understanding how the sounds are formed and applied to the singer's art. Recommended for students in their second year of voice study.
  
  • MUS 233 - Intermediate Worship Guitar

    Credits 2
    For students who understand basic guitar methods and/or who have satisfactorily completed MUS-133 Beginning Worship Guitar.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 288 - Independent Study

    Credits 1
    Faculty consent required. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 305 - Music in the Classroom

    Credits 3
    Music skills and effective means of teaching them are the subject of this class. A variety of approaches to teaching music, including the Kodaly method, will be explored. Students will learn the basics of reading and performing music. This course fulfills the requirement of the liberal studies major.
  
  • MUS 310 - Music Theory and Analysis

    Credits 3
    The course will be equally divided between advanced harmonic theory and musical analysis.
  
  • MUS 310L - Music Theory and Analysis Lab

    Credits 1
    This course continues from MUS-210L with tonal sight-singing featuring modulations and chromatic alterations, aural skills, melodic dictation, and harmonic dictation. 1 hour lab.
  
  • MUS 340 - Brass Techniques

    Credits 2
    Basic performance techniques and teaching methodology in brass instruments.
  
  • MUS 341 - String Techniques

    Credits 2
    Basic performance techniques and teaching methodology in strings.
  
  • MUS 342 - Woodwind Techniques

    Credits 2
    Basic performance techniques and teaching methodology in woodwinds.
  
  • MUS 343 - Percussion Techniques

    Credits 2
    Basic performance techniques and teaching methodology in percussion.
  
  • MUS 349 - Music Research

    Credits 1
    This course, which must be completed prior to the student's first semester of music history, introduces music research techniques and the writing of a significant paper on a relevant topic.
  
  • MUS 350 - Early Music History

    Credits 3
    Recommended prior coursework: MUS-110L and MUS-349. An overview of music history from antiquity through 1725.
  
  • MUS 351 - Music History: 1725-1900

    Credits 3
    Recommended prior coursework: MUS-110L and MUS-349. A study of the history of music in the Western European tradition from 1725 until 1900.
  
  • MUS 352 - Music History and World Music Since 1900

    Credits 4
    Recommended prior coursework: MUS 110L  MUS 349   Recommended prior coursework: MUS-110L and MUS-349. A study of concert music, with emphasis on listening to the major works of the period. A significant portion of the class will be devoted to the study of music outside the concert traditions of the Western world.
  
  • MUS 400 - Music in the Church

    Credits 3
    Provides a scriptural basis on which to build a Christian life and work ethic, specifically in the field of music. Students study selected writings, Scripture and various types of Psalms to examine hymnody, as well as worship music. There is a significant final project for this course, integrating the semester's work into a thoughtful, personal experience relative to church music ministry.
  
  • MUS 410 - Music Theory Since Debussy

    Credits 3
    Study of late 19th and early 20th century harmonic theory, as well as listening to and analyzing compositions of the period.
  
  • MUS 410L - Music Theory Since Debussy Lab

    Credits 1
    This course continues from MUS-310L with tonal and atonal sight-singing, score reading emphasizing all C-clefs and transpositions, aural skills, melodic dictation, and harmonic dictation. 1 hour lab.
  
  • MUS 411 - Scoring and Arranging

    Credits 3
    Techniques of arranging music for various vocal and choral combinations, and scoring music for small and large instrumental ensembles.
  
  • MUS 412 - Studies in Music Education

    Credits 3
    A general discussion of the field of public school education, focusing on historical and philosophical developments, current issues in the professions and principles of curriculum development.
  
  • MUS 435 - Private Instruction in Advanced Piano

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced piano is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 436 - Private Instruction in Advanced Percussion

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced percussion is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 437 - Private Instruction in Advanced Organ

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced organ is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 438 - Private Instruction in Advanced Guitar

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced guitar is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 439 - Private Instruction in Advanced Harpsichord

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced harpsichord is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 441 - Private Instruction in Advanced Voice

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced voice is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 443 - Private Instruction in Advanced Brass

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced brass is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 445 - Private Instruction in Advanced Strings

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced strings is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 446 - Private Instruction in Advanced Harp

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced harp is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 447 - Private Instruction in Advanced Woodwinds

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced woodwinds is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 448 - Private Instruction in Advanced Conducting

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced conducting is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 449 - Private Instruction in Advanced Composition

    Credits 1 - 2
    For students who have passed level 1 of the jury exam. Private instruction in advanced composition is available with an additional fee. Contact the program director for information about individual instructors. Non-majors may choose CR/NC grading.
    May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 450 - Conducting I

    Credits 3
    This course assumes the basic skills a student has acquired in Music Theory and Counterpoint (MUS-210L). In addition to conducting skills, the student will be instructed in rehearsal techniques and music literature selection.
  
  • MUS 451 - Conducting II

    Credits 3
    This course is a continuation of material covered in MUS-450. Particular attention will be given to more complex conducting problems in the vocal and instrumental genres.
  
  • MUS 460 - Vocal Pedagogy

    Credits 2
    Methods of vocal instruction and solutions to various vocal problems are explored. The class is designed for those who plan to teach singing or work with choirs. Each class member will work with a private voice student as part of the course subject matter.
  
  • MUS 461 - Piano Pedagogy

    Credits 2
    Methods of piano instruction for beginners, as well as more advanced students, will be reviewed. Selection of teaching material and the practical aspects of operating a teaching studio will be discussed. Each class member will work with a private piano student as part of the course subject matter.
  
  • MUS 486 - Topics in Music

    Credits 1
    Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 488 - Independent Study

    Credits 1
    Faculty consent required. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • MUS 493 - Church Music Internship

    Credits 1 - 3
    Students will work from 10 to 20 hours each week in a church music program for at least one semester. They will be observed and guided in this experience by members of the music faculty and by on-site music leaders.
  
  • MUS 495 - Senior Project

    Credits 1 - 3
    All music majors are required to complete a project in their senior year. This project is usually a solo recital in the area of their primary instrument. In some cases alternative projects are arranged, such as research or conducting recitals. Students should make arrangements with the program director.
    May not be audited.
  
  • MUS 497 - Senior Project in Music Composition

    Credits 1 - 3
    Recommend prior coursework: 2 units of MUS-449. The capstone project for music majors in composition. Preparation and recital performance of works by the student.
    May not be audited.

Nursing

  
  • NURS 315 - Professional Role Development, Nursing Theory and Health Promotion

    Credits 3
    This course examines what it means to be a nursing professional, promoting health and wellness, from a Christian perspective, through teaching individuals, groups and communities. Provides students a theoretical foundation and promotes a desire to learn and grow as a professional nurse throughout their career. Students examine their personal philosophy, epitomizing professional values, and demonstrating the integration of health across the life span, with an emphasis on a holistic perspective of biological, psychological, sociological, cultural, and spiritual aspects.
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • NURS 330 - Health Assessment

    Credits 3
    History of psychological, sociological, cultural and spiritual aspects of clients across the human life span. Head-to-toe assessment of individuals to obtain knowledge of normal findings. Common deviations and disease processes of chronic conditions such as diabetes, asthma and high risk pregnancy to give patient-centered care by collaborating with other members of the health care team.
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • NURS 335A - Principles of Patho-Physiology and Pharmacology I

    Credits 3
    Course 1 of a 2-part series: Provides clinical pharmacological theories and concepts needed to provide safe nursing practice in conjunction with principles of pathophysiology, using a system approach, as applied to current health care practices with an examination of human body systems and disease processes. Current research related to selected major health problems is discussed and evaluated to emphasize evidence-based practice across the human life span. Includes legal and ethical considerations related to pharmacological agents and products.
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • NURS 335B - Principles of Patho-Physiology and Pharmacology II

    Credits 3
    Course 2 of a 2-part series: Provides clinical pharmacological theories and concepts needed to provide safe nursing practice in conjunction with principles of pathophysiology, using a system approach, as applied to current health care practices with an examination of human body systems and disease processes. Current research related to selected major health problems is discussed and evaluated to emphasize evidence-based practice across the human life span. Includes legal and ethical considerations related to pharmacological agents and products.
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • NURS 420 - Nursing Research

    Credits 3
    Explores the historical, ethical, legal and philosophical aspects of nursing and research. Emphasis on research process, critical analysis of clinical and legal issues and application of research to improve nursing practice.
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • NURS 435 - Public Health Nursing and Global Health Issues

    Credits 3
    Focuses on care of the community as client with exploration of the influence of globalization on various aspects of society and health. Emphasis on the role of the nurse in addressing preventative health needs of populations at risk. Students analyze the sociocultural, political, economic, ethical, and environmental factors that influence community and global health while examining the impact of cultural diversity, epidemiology, community resources and globalization on health care delivery. Encourages student to explore a lifelong commitment to self-evaluation and self-critique in addressing knowledge, attitudes, and skills in fostering a culturally diverse and global perspective in the health care arena.
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • NURS 445 - Public Health Nursing and Community Health Assessment Practicum

    Credits 3
    Provides experience in community settings to help students develop the knowledge, skills, and values needed to collaborate with other health professionals to provide population-based assessment, interventions, and evaluation. Using epidemiological models, students identify levels of prevention and apply health promotion strategies to community and global health problems. Students develop beginning competencies in case management, infection control, and a range of public health interventions. (Includes 90 hours of supervised clinical practicum needed to apply for Public Health Nurse Certification from the California Board of Registered Nursing).
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • NURS 450 - Information Technology and Health Care Economics

    Credits 3
    Addresses the impact of technology on the transformation of health care delivery to a more cost-effective as well as safer quality system. Discusses steps and issues of protection of privacy and confidentiality. Students develop basic competence in the use of information technology in gathering evidence to guide clinical decision making and in providing patient centered holistic care.
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • NURS 465 - Leadership and Clinical Management With Practicum

    Credits 3
    Examines theories of leadership and management, concepts of power, motivation, budgeting and management skills of organization, delegation, supervision, negotiation, communication, collaboration, self-evaluation, critical thinking and decision-making related to professional nursing. This course also examines the nurse as a leader and manager in a variety of contexts and settings. The practicum focuses on development and application of these leadership skills in a variety of health care settings, in addition to managing client caseloads with inter-professional team members in a cost-effective manner. Special emphasis is placed on the professional role of the RN.
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • NURS 480 - Senior Project

    Credits 3
    This culminating experience provides students with the opportunity to integrate, apply, and evaluate learning based on all work done in the program. As part of the experience students will do a poster presentation with abstract. Note: this is a directed study course that runs the full length of the semester (sessions 1 through 4).
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • NURS 488 - Independent Study

    Credits 1

Peacemaking and Conflict Studies

  
  • CRIM 414 - Restorative Justice

    Credits 3
    Participants examine assumptions about crime and justice. Retributive and restorative paradigms of justice are compared and contrasted. Programs and crime prevention and intervention strategies are evaluated to discern retributive and restorative positioning and outcome effectiveness.
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.
  
  • CRIM 418 - Conflict Transformation

    Credits 3
    This course introduces students to biblical and contemporary perspectives that help them to understand and interpret behaviors of people in conflict. Models for constructive conflict management are proposed and training is provided in effective conflict management and mediation.
    Degree completion only. May not be audited.

Physical Education

  
  • PE 100 - Beginning Tennis

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 102 - Intermediate Tennis

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 110 - Volleyball

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 114 - Basketball

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 115 - Frisbee Games

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited.
  
  • PE 118 - Soccer

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 120 - Dance Movement

    Credits 1
    This course will expose students to a variety of dances that could be used in an elementary school curriculum such as line dance, square dance and folk dance. Students will participate in these dance forms as well as have an opportunity to teach lead or research a specific area of interest.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 121 - Ballroom Dancing

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 122 - Aerobic Exercise/Kickboxing

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 123 - Self Defense

    Credits 1
    This course will help students to better recognize threats before they become an issue of physical self-defense, learn behaviors and techniques to minimize those threats, and become familiar with the potential legal and ethical problems inherent in defending oneself.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 125 - Aerobic and Weight Training for Women

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 126 - Walking for Fitness

    Credits 1
    Students will be exposed to a variety of walking strategies and learn to develop a personal walking exercise success plan.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 129 - Circuit Training

    Credits 1
    This class will introduce the student to the benefits of flexibility, strength-building and cardiovascular exercises, set to music, and performed in timed circuit stations. Many of these will be body-weight calisthenics, but will also include progressive stretching, aerobic and anaerobic training.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 130 - Beginning Swimming

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 132 - Intermediate Swimming

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 134 - Golf

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 136 - Strength Program

    Credits 1
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 138 - Weight Training

    Credits 1
    PE 138 provides students with an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of basic weightlifting exercises with an emphasis on individual customization and the opportunity to learn and become familiar with equipment in a safe environment. This course also provides students an opportunity to be equipped with healthy lifestyle habits while learning a framework of exercises that will be useful for a lifetime of good health.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 146 - Backpacking

    Credits 1
    This course is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge necessary for a safe and fun beginning backpacking experience, including wilderness appreciation and responsibility, basic first aid, gear selection, planning and packing for trips. The course will include at least one backpacking trip. There is an additional $45 lab fee to cover expenses for the trip.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 206 - Varsity Baseball

    Credits 1 - 2
    This is an activity-based course for members of the Varsity Athletic programs. Participation in this course includes fitness training, athletic team and individual practice, competition, representing FPU at select community events, and other countable athletically related activities.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 212 - Varsity Women's Basketball

    Credits 1 - 2
    This is an activity-based course for members of the Varsity Athletic programs. Participation in this course includes fitness training, athletic team and individual practice, competition, representing FPU at select community events, and other countable athletically related activities.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 214 - Varsity Men's Basketball

    Credits 1 - 2
    This is an activity-based course for members of the Varsity Athletic programs. Participation in this course includes fitness training, athletic team and individual practice, competition, representing FPU at select community events, and other countable athletically related activities.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 222 - Varsity Cheerleading

    Credits 1 - 2
    This is an activity-based course for members of the Varsity Athletic programs. Participation in this course includes fitness training, athletic team and individual practice, competition, representing FPU at select community events, and other countable athletically related activities.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
  
  • PE 226 - Varsity Women's Cross Country

    Credits 1 - 2
    This is an activity-based course for members of the Varsity Athletic programs. Participation in this course includes fitness training, athletic team and individual practice, competition, representing FPU at select community events, and other countable athletically related activities.
    Graded Credit/No Credit. May not be audited. Repeatable for credit.
 

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