Itasca Community College

Course Equivalents

Course Equivalents for PE 1201 at Itasca Community College in Fall 2017 (Aug - Dec)

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Alexandria Technical and Community College
PHED 1504 - Wellness and Fitness - 1 credits
This course will provide an overview of topics and current concerns related to Wellness and Fitness, exploring and discussing several topics pertinent to those concepts. Identification and awareness of social health problems is a primary objective of the course. Students will research major cultural and societal influences on healthy living and attempt to determine and describe various methods of approaching these concerns. Students will examine how lifestyle choices/habits affect health and well-being, and develop understanding of techniques/procedures to initiate healthy change, including study and reflection on three primary areas of fitness. Class participants will be required to assess and design methods to address their personal health/fitness needs and goals. Active and consistent attempts to implement those individual plans will be demonstrated and evaluated.
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Anoka-Ramsey Community College
HPER 1120 - Wellness for Life-Walking-LAB/Wellness for Life - 0/4 credits

This course focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary for the development and enhancement of a healthy lifestyle throughout the life span. Students will develop skills to assess their current wellness levels and be able to develop a plan to positively enhance their personal health and fitness status. (This four-credit course includes two credits of classroom instruction and two credits from a selected group of activity courses. Students must register for HPER 1120 and the activity course concurrently.)
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Bemidji State University
PHED 2200 - A Lifestyle for Wellness - 2 credits

An examination of the social, emotional, mental, spiritual and physical dimensions of wellness. Students will examine their own lifestyles and learn how to make behavioral changes. Emphasis on self-esteem, nutritional habits, exercise habits and the importance of self-responsibility. Liberal Education Goal Area 9.
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Central Lakes College
PHED 1594 - Fitness for Life - 2 credits
This is a course for students of all ages to teach the facts about exercise and physical fitness. The focus is on self-evaluation and personal program planning. Exercise quackery, guidelines for exercise and the health benefits of exercise will be discussed. Other topics such as nutrition, stress management, and life styles for healthy living are also covered.
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Hibbing Community College
HLTH 1150 - Wellness - 2 credits

Wellness is an introductory class exploring basic wellness and fitness concepts and their application to daily life. Students assess personal levels of flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, cardio-respiratory endurance, body composition, nutritional intake and needs, stress, and risks of contracting various diseases. Students actively participate in lab activities and design and implement a personal wellness program.
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Lake Superior College
HPER 1324 - Personal Wellness - 3 credits

A study of the balance necessary to live a vital and healthy lifestyle. The course integrates components of physical, mental, social, emotional, environment, occupational, academic, spiritual and cultural needs as part of a multi-pronged approach to wellness. (Prerequisites: College level reading and writing) (3 hrs lec/0 hrs lab/0 hrs OJT)
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Minnesota State Community and Technical College
PE 1109 - Wellness Skills - 2 credits
This course is designed to introduce wellness concepts and provide the knowledge and skills necessary to develop a healthy physical, mental, and social lifestyle. Students will actively seek to develop and maintain a balance of these elements through increased knowledge of appropriate activities including positive and responsible belief systems and choices. Topics may include anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, emotional/mental health, nutrition, fitness, weight management, drug use/abuse, planning and commitment to change. Course includes physical activity participation by students.
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Rainy River Community College
HLTH 1810 - Lifetime Wellness - 2 credits

This course provides information about health and wellness issues. Students learn about stress management, physical fitness, nutrition, sexuality, disease prevention, and overcoming obstacles. The theme of taking responsibility for ones own health is reinforced throughout the semester.
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Ridgewater College
PE 0122 - Wellness & Fitness - 2 credits

This course assists and encourages positive lifestyle choices for wellness and fitness. Required fitness workouts and physical activity labs enhance understanding benefits of proper physical activity. Textbook and labs provide information on healthy dietary habits, disease risk reduction, stress management, and maintenance of a healthy body weight.
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St. Cloud State University
PESS 122 - S2S Lifelong Health and Fitness - 1 credits
Study of appropriate physiological and psychological aspects to gain knowledge, experiences, and skills needed to develop and maintain a healthy and fit lifestyle. 1 Cr. F, S, SUM.
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HLTH 215 - Personal and Community Health - 3 credits
Personal and community health and steps to reduce risk of health problems for individuals, families, and communities. Community health services and resources. 3 Cr. F, S, SUM.
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St. Cloud Technical and Community College
HPER 1310 - Life Wellness - 2 credits

This course is designed to provide information and practical application of the seven domains of wellness. Each student will receive relevant information on how to live a happier, healthier life using the Seven Domains (Physical, Emotional, Intellectual, Interpersonal, Spiritual, Environmental, and Financial/Occupational). The interconnectedness of these domains will be discussed, with a special emphasis on how a deficiency in one domain can negatively influence the other domains. Finally, the course will provide information for students to design their own total wellness program. Student Learning Outcomes: * Analyze wellness and fitness and describe parameters that comprise good physical health. * Explain why cardiovascular (CV) endurance is the most important component of fitness and how the main energy systems contribute to various forms of physical exertion. * Design a diet that conforms to healthy lifestyle principles. * Discuss major lifestyle behaviors that are associated with heart disease and how to reduce personal risk. * Identify the risk factors and warning signs for various forms of cancer, diabetes, and osteoporosis. * Discover how the body responds to stress, identify potential stressors and establish strategies to reduce stress. * Design and apply a personal program for developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. * Examine the meaning and interconnectedness of the seven domains of wellness.
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