Course Repeatability

Revised August 15, 2013

Beginning in Fall 2013 the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges
will implement a new regulation to Title 5 of Course Repeatability.

What this means:
Students may only take a course ONCE.  This is retroactive.  Meaning if you have taken a course
prior to Fall 2013 you will not be able to take the course again.
This is the case for all activity courses in PE and Dance (as well as Art and Career Technical Education)


What you CAN do if you want to continue taking courses in the same field or activity:
You MAY take another course listed with in the already taken course's family.  The PE and Dance
department along with City College's Curriculum Committee have developed Course Families in which
you may take another like course.

You may take up to 4 different courses with in a course family. All of the times you have taken the course count towards the limit of 4, even those times where you got a D, F, No Pass, No Credit, or withdrew.
Once you have taken 4 courses with in a family you may not take anymore courses with in that family.
You MAY, however continue to take courses in different families or sign up for the course via Continuing Education (for zero credit, zero units).


Examples:
#1)
You have taken PE 200 C (Fitness Center) in the Spring of 2012.
In Fall 2013 you would like to use the Fitness Center again, so you would be allowed to enroll
in PE 200 D (which is a new "Super Cardio" course). Since it is a different course than
PE 200 C you would be allowed to enroll in it.

#2) You have taken PE 200 in Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013, and Summer 2013
(or any combination of courses in the same family).
You would therefore not be eligible to take anymore courses in the fitness center family.
If you still wanted to continue fitness center use you would then need to
sign up for the course via Continuing Education (for zero credit, zero units).

If you wanted credits then you could sign up for another course in a different family but you
would not have access to the fitness center.

 

Below is a list of Physical Education and Dance Activity Course Families:




Physical Education Activity Courses:

Family Name                                        Courses in Family

Family Name

Courses in the Family

Aerobics

PE 208A –Beginning Aerobic Fitness
PE 208B –Intermediate Aerobic Fitness (NEW)
PE 208C –Advanced Aerobic Fitness (NEW)
PE 210 –Boxercise
PE 209 –Step Aerobics
DANC 170 –Dance Aerobics

Aquatics Exercise

PE 252A – Beginning Water Aerobics
PE 252B - Intermediate Water Aerobics (NEW)
PE 252C - Advanced Water Aerobics (NEW)

Aquatics Fitness Swimming

PE 256A – Beginning Fitness Swimming (NEW)
PE 256B – Advanced Beginning Fitness Swimming (NEW)
PE 256C – Intermediate Fitness Swimming (NEW)
PE 256D – Advanced Fitness Swimming (NEW)

Aquatics Swim Development

PE 254 – Novice Swimming (NEW)
PE 255A - Beginning Swimming (CHANGED FROM PE 251A)
PE 255B Advanced Beginning Swimming (NEW)
PE 251B –Intermediate Swimming
PE 251C –Advanced Swimming
PE 257 - Masters Swimming (NEW)

Archery

PE 230A –Beginning Archery
PE 230B –Intermediate Archery
PE 230C –Advanced Archery (NEW TBA)

Badminton

PE 231A –Beginning Badminton
PE 231B –Intermediate Badminton
PE 231C –Advanced Badminton (NEW TBA)

Baseball/Softball

PE 232A –Beginning Baseball
PE 232B –Intermediate Baseball (NEW TBA)
PE 232C –Advanced Baseball (NEW TBA)
PE 239 –Softball

Basketball

PE 233A -Beginning Basketball
PE 233B –Intermediate Basketball
PE 233C –Advanced Basketball

Competitive Lifting

PE 212 –Olympic Weight Lifting
PE 213 –Competitive Power Lifting

Fencing

PE 234A -Beginning Fencing
PE 234B –Intermediate Fencing
PE 234C –Advanced Fencing (NEW TBA)
PE 237 –Saber Fencing

Fitness Center

PE 200A –Fitness Center Super Circuit [Intersession]
PE 200B –Fitness Center Super Circuit Summer
PE 200C –Fitness Center Super Circuit [Fall & Spring]
PE 200D –Fitness Center Super Cardio (NEW)
PE 200E –Fitness Center Super Strength (NEW)
PE 202 –Interactive Fitness (Online)

Football

PE 235A -Beginning Football
PE 235B –Intermediate Football
PE 235C –Advanced Football

Golf

PE 236A –Beginning Golf
PE 236B –Intermediate Golf (NEW TBA)
PE 236C –Advanced Golf (NEW TBA)

Integrative Movement

PE 223A Feldenkrais, Level 1
PE 223B Feldenkrais, Level 2
PE 223C Feldenkrais, Level 3

Judo

PE 271A –Beginning Judo
PE 271B –Intermediate Judo
PE 271C –Advanced Judo
PE 271D –Competitive Judo (NEW)

Jujitsu

PE 274A –Jujitsu
PE 274B –Intermediate Jujitsu (NEW)
PE 274C –Advanced Jujitsu (NEW)
PE 274D –Competitive Jujitsu (NEW)

Physical Education for Special Needs

PE 2 –Corrective PE
PE 218 –Senior and Restorative Yoga
PE 222 –Introduction to Feldenkrais
DANC 175 –Basic Movement

Physical Fitness

PE 204A –Physical Fitness –Beginning

PE 204B –Physical Fitness –Intermediate
PE 204C –Physical Fitness –Advanced (NEW)
PE 205A –Running & Conditioning
PE 205B –Intermediate Running & Conditioning (NEW)
PE 205C –Advanced Running & Conditioning (NEW)

Public Safety

PE 29 –Firefighting & Public Safety Conditioning
PE 250 –Life Guard Training

Self Defense

PE 277 –Self Defense for Women
PE 278 –Personal Defense & Safety Awareness

Soccer

PE 238A –Beginning Soccer
PE 238B –Intermediate Soccer
PE 238C –Advanced Soccer

Strength Training

PE 214A –Weight Training
PE 214B –Weight Training Level 2 (NEW)
PE 214C –Weight Training Level 3 (NEW)
PE 215A –Strength & Circuit Training –Beginning (NEW)
PE 215B –Strength & Circuit Training –Intermediate (NEW)
PE 216A –Body Sculpting (to be called: “Level 1”)
PE 216B –Body Sculpting Level 2 (NEW)

Stretching & Flexibility

PE 217 –Stretching & Flexibility Development

Taekwondo

PE 276A –Beginning Taekwondo
PE 276B –Intermediate Taekwondo

Tennis

PE 240A –Beginning Tennis
PE 240B –Intermediate Tennis
PE 240C –Advanced TennisPE 244A –Competitive Tennis Doubles

Volleyball

PE 242A –Beginning Volleyball
PE 242B -Intermediate Volleyball
PE 242C –Advanced Volleyball

Walking for Wellness

PE 206 –Walking for Fitness
PE 206B –Intermediate Walking for Wellness (NEW)
PE 206C –Advanced Walking for Wellness (NEW)

Yoga

PE 219A –Beginning Yoga
PE 219B –Intermediate Yoga
PE 220 –Intensive Yoga

 

 

 

Dance Courses:

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Theory:

DANC 30: Dance History in Cultural Context

Lecture classes

DANC 32: Black Tradition in American Dance

 

DANC 33: Folk, Ballroom & Square Dancing Activity Analysis

 

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family

Dance Composition: Chorographic Tools to create Dances

DANC 100A: Dance Composition

 

 

DANC 127: Dance Improvisation

 

PE 221 –Yoga Movement

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Integrative Movement: Mind/Body approach to improving quality of movement and conditioning for dance

DANC 37: Feldenkrais for Dance

 

DANC 34A: Dance conditioning

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Performance: Training and rehearsing to perform in public

DANC 101A: Dance Performance Production

 

DANC 101B: Dance Performance Production

 

DANC 101C: Dance Performance Production

 

DANC 102A: CCSF Repertory Dance Company

 

DANC 102B: CCSF Repertory Dance Company

 

DANC 102C: CCSF Repertory Dance Company

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Ballet: Classical dance form that defies gravity

DANC 120A: Beginning Ballet

 

DANC 120B: Intermediate Ballet

 

DANC 120C: Advanced Ballet

 

DANC 121B: Intensive Ballet

 

DANC 122: Beginning Pointe Technique

 

 

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Modern: Contemporary American dance form utilizing gravity

DANC 125A: Beginning Modern Dance

 

DANC 125B: Intermediate Modern Dance

 

DANC 125C: Advanced Modern Dance

 

DANC 126B: Intensive Modern Dance

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Jazz Dance: American dance form utilizing African rhythms and body isolations

DANC 130A: Beginning Jazz Dance

 

DANC 130B: Intermediate Jazz Dance

 

DANC 130C: Advanced Jazz Dance

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

African-Haitian Dance: Haitian traditional ritual dances

DANC 132A: Beginning African-Haitian Dance

 

DANC 132B: Intermediate African-Haitian Dance

 

DANC 132C: Advanced African-Haitian Dance

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Tap Dance: Musical theater dance form originating in Vaudeville

DANC 135A Beginning Tap Dance

 

DANC 135B: Intermediate Tap Dance

 

DANC 136:   Tap Dance Intensive

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Hip Hop Dance: Modern vernacular street dance

DANC 137A: Beginning Hip-Hop Dance

 

DANC 137B: Intermediate Hip-Hop Dance

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Folk Dance: Traditional country dances from different cultures

DANC 140A: Beginning European Folk Dance

 

DANC 140B: Intermediate European Folk Dance

 

DANC 141A: Beginning International Folk Dance

 

DANC 141B: Intermediate International Folk Dance

 

DANC 142A: Beginning Contra, Square & Sequence

 

DANC 142B: Intermediate Contra, Square & Sequence

 

DANC 107A: Folk Dance Production

 

DANC 107B: Folk Dance Production

 

DANC 107C: Folk Dance Production

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Ballroom Dance: A survey of dances done in informal social settings

DANC 145A: Beginning Ballroom Dance

 

DANC 145B: Intermediate Ballroom Dance

 

DANC 146A: Beginning Waltz Styles and Techniques

 

DANC 146B: Intermediate Waltz Styles and Techniques

 

DANC 146C: Advanced Waltz Styles and Techniques

 

DANC 146D: Level 4 Waltz Styles and Techniques

 

 

 

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Dance Sport: Competitive dance forms emphasizing specific techniques of International and American Styles

DANC 147A: Beginning International Ballroom Dance

 

DANC 147B

 

DANC 148A

 

DANC 148B

 

DANC 108A: Ballroom Dance Production and Competition

 

DANC 108B: Ballroom Dance Production and Competition

 

DANC 108C: Ballroom Dance Production and Competition

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Swing: Early American dance form associated with swing music of the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s

DANC 150A: Beginning Swing Dance

 

DANC 150B: Intermediate Swing Dance

 

DANC 150 C: Advanced Swing Dance

 

DANC 151A: Beginning Lindy Hop

 

DANC 151B: Intermediate Lindy Hop

 

DANC 109A: Swing Dance Production

 

DANC 109B: Swing Dance Production

 

Family Name

Courses in the Family`

Latin American Dance: Survey of informal social dances from the , Central and

DANC 155A: Beginning Latin-American Social & Folk Dance

 

 DANC 155B: Intermediate Latin-American Social & Folk Dance

 

 DANC 155C: Advanced Latin-American Social & Folk Dance

 

 DANC 110A: Salsa Dance Production

 

 DANC 110B: Salsa Dance Production

 

Argentine Tango: An Improvisational Social Dance Form from with a specialized vocabulary and musicality. 

DANC 160A: Beginning Argentine Tango

 

 DANC 160B: Intermediate Argentine Tango

 

 DANC 160C: Advanced Argentine Tango

 

 DANC 161: Follower’s Technique for Argentine Tango

 

 DANC 11A Argentine Tango Productions

 

 

 

Integrative Movement: Mind/Body approach to improving quality of movement and conditioning for dance

DANC 37: Feldenkrais for Dance

 

 

PE  223A:  Feldenkrais Level 1

 

PE  223B:  Feldenkrais Level 2

 

PE  223C:  Feldenkrais Level 3

 

DANC 34A: Dance conditioning

 

 

 

 

 

Ballroom Dance: A survey of dances done in informal social settings

DANC 145A: Beginning Ballroom Dance

 

 DANC 145B: Intermediate Ballroom Dance

 

 DANC 146A: Beginning Waltz Styles and Techniques

 

 DANC 146B: Intermediate Waltz Styles and Techniques

 

 DANC 146C: Advanced Intermediate Waltz Styles

 

 DANC 146D: Advanced Waltz Styles

 

 

 

Dance Sport: Competitive dance forms emphasizing specific techniques of International and American Styles

DANC 147A: Beginning International Ballroom Dance

DANC 147B: Intermediate International Ballroom Dance

DANC 148A: Beginning Smooth Ballroom Dance

DANC 148B: Intermediate Smooth Ballroom Dance

 

 

DANC 108A: Ballroom Dance Production and Competition

 

DANC 108B: Ballroom Dance Production and Competition

 

DANC 108C: Ballroom Dance Production and Competition