Directories
Holloway Hall

Directories

Operator: 410-543-6000

Harper, Christina

Faculty, Health and Sport Sciences

Maggs Center (MC) 218
410-677-3951 or ext 73951
cbharpersalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • PHEC 201-003 WILDERNESS FIRST AID
    Introduction to principles of first aid in wilderness settings, including patient or sub-assessment and care for open wounds, infection, fractures, dislocations and other life threatening conditions. Study of strategies for providing care in inclement weather and with alternative standard equipment. Special focus is placed upon evacuation techniques as well as best practices for monitoring and documenting patient status. Certification available. Weekend off-campus field experience required. Course fees apply; contact minor coordinator. Three hours per week.
  • PHEC 209-001 CAMPING AND BACKPACKING
    Instruction, preparation and participation in camping and backpacking activities. Emphasizes knowledge, skills and attitudes for outdoor pursuits, and enourages awareness and respect for the natural environment. Weekend off-campus field experience required. Course fees apply; contact minor coordinator. Three hours per week.
  • PHEC 220-001 CANOEING/KAYAKING
    This experiential education course introduces basic skills of flat-water canoeing and whitewater kayaking while running rapids of moderate difficulty. Instruction covers paddling skills, equipment and selection, water reading, river tactics, trip planning, safety practices, rescue techniques, tides and currents, wind and weather, and hypothermia. Prerequisite: PHEC 201. American Canoe Association Certification available. Course fees apply; contact minor coordinator. Three hours per week.
  • PHEC 221-001 WILDERNESS NAVIGATION
    Study of techniques for navigating in wilderness settings, including topographical map reading, orienteering and the use of global positioning systems. Study of alternative methods of navigation and testing application of skills in classroom and outdoor settings. Weekend off-campus field experience required. Course fees apply; contact minor coordinator. Prerequisite: PHEC 201. Three hours per week.
  • PHEC 370-151 CAMP LEADERSHIP & MGMT
    Study of the history, objectives and trends of organized camping, including organization day, residential and high-adventure camps,Learn administrative best practices for staff hiring and training, techniques of camps counseling, program planning, and an introduction to campcraft skills. Course fees apply; contact minor coordinator. Three hours per week.
  • PHEC 490-002 SELECTED TOPICS IN PHYS EDU
    Provides opportunities for short-term needs and interest of students/faculty. Affords avenue for curriculum experimentation and innovation at an advanced level. Student may earn a maximum of six credits. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.

2014 Summer II

  • PHEC 201-201 WILDERNESS FIRST AID
    Introduction to principles of first aid in wilderness settings, including patient or sub-assessment and care for open wounds, infection, fractures, dislocations and other life threatening conditions. Study of strategies for providing care in inclement weather and with alternative standard equipment. Special focus is placed upon evacuation techniques as well as best practices for monitoring and documenting patient status. Certification available. Weekend off-campus field experience required. Course fees apply; contact minor coordinator. Three hours per week.

2014 Fall

  • PHEC 209-151 CAMPING AND BACKPACKING
    Instruction, preparation and participation in camping and backpacking activities. Emphasizes knowledge, skills and attitudes for outdoor pursuits, and enourages awareness and respect for the natural environment. Weekend off-campus field experience required. Course fees apply; contact minor coordinator. Three hours per week.
  • PHEC 220-001 CANOEING/KAYAKING
    This experiential education course introduces basic skills of flat-water canoeing and whitewater kayaking while running rapids of moderate difficulty. Instruction covers paddling skills, equipment and selection, water reading, river tactics, trip planning, safety practices, rescue techniques, tides and currents, wind and weather, and hypothermia. Prerequisite: PHEC 201. American Canoe Association Certification available. Course fees apply; contact minor coordinator. Three hours per week.
  • PHEC 221-001 WILDERNESS NAVIGATION
    Study of techniques for navigating in wilderness settings, including topographical map reading, orienteering and the use of global positioning systems. Study of alternative methods of navigation and testing application of skills in classroom and outdoor settings. Weekend off-campus field experience required. Course fees apply; contact minor coordinator. Prerequisite: PHEC 201. Three hours per week.
  • PHEC 290-001 SELECTED STUDIES IN PHEC
    Provides opportunities for short-term needs of students and/or faculty. Affords avenue for course experimentation and innovation at the introductory level. May be repeated under different subtitles for a maximum of six credits.
  • PHED 420-001 SEC SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUC
    Analysis of secondary school physical education teaching methods, program implementation and curricula. Emphasis is placed on teaching effectiveness through reflective problem solving. Includes a field-based practicum experience at a local secondary school. Credit may not be received for both EDUC 371 and PHED 420. Prerequisite: Admission into Internship I. Three hours lecture, eight hours practicum per week.
  • PHED 420-002 SEC SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUC
    Analysis of secondary school physical education teaching methods, program implementation and curricula. Emphasis is placed on teaching effectiveness through reflective problem solving. Includes a field-based practicum experience at a local secondary school. Credit may not be received for both EDUC 371 and PHED 420. Prerequisite: Admission into Internship I. Three hours lecture, eight hours practicum per week.

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