Physical Education and Dance

Programs

Major

Certificates

Learning Outcomes

Overall

Students participating in Dance, Activity, Kinesiology/theory and/or Intercollegiate Courses will be able to:

  • Apply knowledge from a Physical Education/Dance class towards achieving academic endeavors such as an Associate's Degree or transfer to baccalaureate institution, enhance career opportunities, and become further engaged in the college and community's social fabric through lifelong learning and cultural enrichment.

Intercollegiate Athletics

  • Identify and demonstrate good sportsmanship, communicative and social interaction skills including the understanding of leadership and contributing roles while participating and/or competing on an intercollegiate team.

Activity

  • Identify and analyze the importance of health concerns, safety and proper use of equipment while performing activity based movements.
  • Identify and demonstrate the appropriate sequence of physical movements to successfully perform an activity/sport.

Theory/Kinesiology

  • Integrate the knowledge/content in consideration of an Associate's Degree in Kinesiology, Certificates in Physical Education, Coaching, Yoga or Strength and Conditioning, strengthen career opportunities in the health, fitness, and wellness fields, and synthesize community and global awareness through life long learning.

Dance

Credit, Degree Applicable Courses

Enrollment Limitations on Physical Education and Visual or Performing Arts Courses

Per title 5 Section 55041, effective Fall 2013, students may not enroll more than four times in "active participatory courses that are related in content" in the areas of physical education or visual and performing arts, which includes art, dance, music, and theatre. This limitation applies even if a student receives a substandard grade or "W" during one or more of the enrollments in such a course or if the students petition for repetition due to extenuating circumstances.

Dance courses that are related in content are grouped together in "families" of courses below. The families are indicated by their headings, e.g., Integrative Movement, Dance Composition, etc. For the most up-to-date listing of courses and families, refer to the online catalog, www.ccsf.edu/catalog.

Integrative Movement: Mind/Body Approach to Improving Quality of Movement and Conditioning for Dance

Dance Composition: Choreographic Tools to Create Dance

Performance: Training and Rehearsing to Perform in Public

Ballet: Classical Dance Form That Defies Gravity

Modern: Contemporary American Dance Form Utilizing Gravity

Jazz Dance: American Dance Form Utilizing African Rhythms and Body Isolations

African-Haitian Dance: Haitian Traditional Ritual Dances

Tap Dance: Musical Theater Dance Form Originating in Vaudeville

Hip-Hop Dance: Modern Vernacular Street Dance

Folk Dance: Traditional Country Dances From Different Cultures

Ballroom Dance: A Survey of Dances Done in Informal Social Settings

Dance Sport: Competitive Dance Forms Emphasizing Specific Techniques of International and American Styles

Swing: Early American Dance Form Associated with Swing Music of the 1930's, 40's and 50's

Latin American Dance: Survey of Informal Social Dances From the Caribbean, Central and South America

Argentine Tango: An Improvisational Social Dance Form from Argentina with a Specialized Vocabulary and Musicality

Credit, Degree Applicable Courses

Physical Education

Credit, Degree Applicable Courses

Enrollment Limitations on Physical Education and Visual or Performing Arts Courses

Per title 5 Section 55041, effective Fall 2013, students may not enroll more than four times in "active participatory courses that are related in content" in the areas of physical education or visual and performing arts, which includes art, dance, music, and theatre. This limitation applies even if a student receives a substandard grade or "W" during one or more of the enrollments in such a course or if the students petition for repetition due to extenuating circumstances.

Physical Education courses that are related in content are grouped together in "families" of courses below. The families are indicated by their headings, e.g., Public Safety, Fitness Center, etc. For the most up-to-date listing of courses and families, refer to the online catalog, www.ccsf.edu/catalog.

Physical Education for Special Needs

Public Safety

Fitness Center

Physical Fitness

Walking for Wellness

Aerobics

Competitive Lifting

Strength Training

Stretching and Flexibility

Yoga

Archery

Badminton

Baseball/Softball

Basketball

Football

Golf

Soccer

Tennis

Volleyball

Aquatics Exercise

Aquatics Swim Development

Judo

Jujitsu

Taekwondo

Self Defense

Physical Education Athletics

Overall

Students participating in Dance, Activity, Kinesiology/theory and/or Intercollegiate Courses will be able to:

  • Apply knowledge from a Physical Educaton/Dance class towards achieving academic endeavors such as an Associate's Degree or transfer to baccalaureate institution, enhance career opportunities, and become further engaged in the college and community's social fabric through lifelong learning and cultural enrichment.

Intercollegiate Athletics

  • Identify and demonstrate good sportsmanship, communicative and social interaction skills including the understanding of leadership and contributing roles while participating and/or competing on an intercollegiate team.

Activity

  • Identify and analyze the importance of health concerns, safety and proper use of equipment while performing activity based movements.
  • Identify and demonstrate the appropriate sequence of physical movements to successfully perform an activity/sport.

Theory/Kinesiology

  • Integrate the knowledge/content in consideration of an Associate's Degree in Kinesiology, Certificates in Physical Education, Coaching, Yoga or Strength and Conditioning, strengthen career opportunities in the health, fitness, and wellness fields, and sythesize community and global awareness through life long learning.

Credit, Degree Applicable Courses

Intercollegiate Athletics for Women

Intercollegiate Athletics for Men