Description This course presents information and activities which emphasize fitness and exercise and their relationship to health. Lectures and a variety of accompanying laboratory activities help students make informed decisions about fitness, exercise, and health throughout their lifetime. Regular participation in physical activity is a main component of the course.
Note The course Physical Education 101 meets the University General Education requirement of two semester hours. A student who, because of health status or disability, who is unable to participate actively, should take Physical Education 100. See the General Education Program section.
Foundational Studies Credit [FS 2010: Health and Wellness]