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Orange Coast College Kinesiology A274 — Athletic Taping and Modalities — 3 units Kinesiology A280 — Strength and Conditioning Theory -3 units Formerly Physical Education A285 Formerly Physical Education A289 The entry-level theory and technique of athletic strapping and physiological effects and use of therapy modalities. Instruction in the use of ultrasound, electric stimulation, heat/cold, and whirlpool. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC. Theory and applications of strength development, muscular endurance, flexibility, neuromuscular coordination, nutrition and supplementation. Includes planning, developing and setting up programs designed to achieve the desired goals in the most efficient way. Also, includes introduction to fitness and exercise testing procedures. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC. Kinesiology A275 — Sports Medicine Practicum Level 1 — 2-4 units Formerly Physical Education A287 Designed to provide the beginning level athletic training student interested in sports-related injury prevention and care to develop learning and gaining practical knowledge of athletic training by observing procedures, techniques and concepts applicable to the athletic training setting. Experiences will include observing taping for prevention of injury, use of modalities, and exercise programs in rehabilitation of injuries. Instructor will assess student ability and skill level in the first week of class to insure proper course level placement. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC. Kinesiology A276 — Sports Medicine Practicum Level 2 — 2-4 units Advisory: Kinesiology A275 or instructor consent. This course is designed for the beginning/intermediate athletic training student to get an overview of sports medicine topics including medical terminology, therapeutic modalities, basic tape techniques, contagious skin diseases as related to athletes, and a variety of sports- related injuries. Instructor will assess student ability and skill level in the first week of class to insure proper course level placement. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC. Kinesiology A277 — Sports Medicine Practicum Level 3 — 2-4 units Advisory: Kinesiology A275 and A276. This course is designed for the intermediate/advanced student to learn therapeutic goals and objectives, therapeutic taping and bandaging, selection of therapeutic exercises, methods of evaluating and recording rehabilitation progress and development of criteria for progression and return to normal function. Instructor will assess student ability and skill level in the first week of class to insure proper course level placement. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC Kinesiology A278 — Sports Medicine Practicum Level 4 — 2-4 units Advisory: Kinesiology A275 and A276 and A277. This course is designed for advanced level athletic training student to further develop their athletic training skills and prepare to transfer to a 4 year school. This includes working with team physicians, physician assistants, emergency medical technicians, coaches, administrators, cooperative learning with lower level students, record keeping and taping. Instructor will assess student ability and skill level in the first week of class to insure proper course level placement. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC. Kinesiology A279 — Sports Management — 3 units Formerly Physical Education A278 Introduction to sports and fitness management programs- operation, procedures, facilities and equipment. Includes how to find a profession in the fitness field. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU. 202 Kinesiology A281 — Fitness and Exercise Testing – 3 units LEARNING SKILLS Learning Skills A001 — Basic Skills Remediation — 1-3 units Prerequisite: Completion of the California Community College Learning Disabilities Assessment. Provides individualized remedial instruction to students with learning disabilities. The program is designed to help a student improve the basic academic skills of reading, spelling, writing and arithmetic. This is an open entry/ open exit course. Offered on a pass/no-pass basis only. Lab. Not applicable to AA or AS degree. Formerly Physical Education A284 Theory and techniques of physical fitness evaluation, exercise testing and exercise prescription. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC. Kinesiology A282 — Exercise Physiology — 3 units Formerly Physical Education A296 The study of human physiological processes during exercise and activity. Includes study of metabolic changes to major body systems during acute exercise, the physiological adaptations due to chronic exercise and the effect of training upon performance. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. Kinesiology A283 — Nutrition, Fitness, and Performance — 3 units An applied nutrition course for individuals interested in health, fitness, and athletics. Principles of nutrition are studied and applied to the athlete and active individuals. Includes pre and post event food and fluid selection, nutrient requirements, supplements, muscle mass and body fat related to performance. Same as Food and Nutrition A136 and Health Education A136. Students completing Kinesiology A283 may not receive credit for Food and Nutrition A136 or Health Education A136. May be taken for grades or on a pass/no-pass basis. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU. Kinesiology A298 — Fitness Specialist Internship — 2-3 units Formerly Physical Education A298 Prerequisite: Current CPR certification to be verified by instructor during first class meeting and Kinesiology A280 or concurrent enrollment. A supervised internship related to classroom-based learning at a workplace site that supports the learning outcomes of to the Fitness Specialist Certificate program. Lecture, arranged. Transfer Credit: CSU. LEADERSHIP STUDIES Leadership Studies A180 — Personal Leadership — 3 units Introduction to the concepts and personal skills related to leadership on campus, the community, and business. Course progresses from a study of leadership traits and models to assessment and analysis of personal skills and attitudes and ends with the development of individual student plans for leadership development. An introductory course of the leadership studies program. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU. Leadership Studies A200 — Organizational Leadership — 3 units Learn to provide leadership to business, community, and governance organizations. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU. LIBRARY AND MEDIA SERVICES Library A100 — Library and Information Competency — 2 units Learn how to cope with the ever expanding world of information through the use of the library and information resources. Develop skills in searching, using, evaluating, and citing print, electronic, and web resources. Grade Option only. This course may also be offered online. Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC. MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY (Formerly Machine Technology) Machine Technology A100 — Introduction to Machine Shop — 3 units This course familiarizes the student with the basics of machine shop safety practices, common non-precision and basic precision measuring tools, hand tools, simple blueprint reading, simple lathe, mill, and drill press operations. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU. Machine Technology A105 — Lathe — 5 units Advisory: Machine Technology A100, A120 and A121. A basic course in engine lathe operation to include ID and OD threading, knurling, boring, turning, facing, and cutting tapers. This course also includes exposure to the chucker lathe, tracer lathe, and the turret lathe. Safety and measurement are also emphasized. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU. Machine Technology A110 — Milling Machine — 5 units Advisory: Machine Technology A100 and A120. A basic course in milling machine operations to include both vertical and horizontal milling usage, theory, and usage of tools and accessories. Safety is also emphasized. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU. Machine Technology A115 — Production Machining Techniques — 2 units Prerequisite: Machine Technology A100 and A105 and A110 or permission of instructor. This course emphasizes production machining. Set up and running of more than one part on a variety of machines including but not limited to engine lathe, chucker lathe, ID and OD grinder, vertical mill and horizontal mill. Lecture, Lab. Transfer Credit: CSU. Machine Technology A120 — Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing — 3 units A study of blueprint reading and measuring systems used in manufacturing, including an in-depth study of the basic and advanced measuring tools used by machinists. Common blueprint formats and dimension practices will be explored. Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing will be discussed.Lecture. Transfer Credit: CSU.