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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

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Individual and Dual Sports

Skills that may be applied to a lifetime of sports participation. Activity can be vigorous and competitive or mild and recreational, depending on the sport.

664-01500 Fencing   NLA

    Beginning skill, techniques, and knowledge of foil fencing. Basic etiquette and rules of bouting. Techniques and practice in officiating a bout. Tournament-style bouts during the latter part of the course. Equipment is supplied. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (IRR)

664-01700 Cross-Country Skiing   NLA

    Provides the knowledge and skills to cross-country ski over a variety of snow-covered terrain. Proper use of equipment, walking, step turns, diagonal stride as well as uphill and downhill techniques are covered on the hills and flats surrounding the campus. Other facets covered include winter safety and planning and preparing for a ski tour. Equipment is supplied. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (S,Y)

664-01900 Basic Alpine Skiing   NLA

    Basic downhill skiing techniques. Special conditions: A fee is charged for this course. Meets one night a week, 4:15-10:30 p.m., off campus. Transportation is provided. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (S,Y)

664-02000 Intermediate Alpine Skiing   NLA

    For the intermediate student who wants to improve his/her skill level. Special conditions: A fee is charged for this course. Meets one night a week, 4:15-10:30 p.m., off campus. Transportation is provided. Prerequisites: 664-01900 or equivalent. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (S,Y)

664-02100 Advanced Alpine Skiing   NLA

    Offered for the advanced skier. Coaching sessions include skiing different snow conditions, skiing steep and mogul terrain, rhythm gates and racing turns for speed and control. Special conditions: A fee is charged for this course. Meets one night a week, 4:15-10:30 p.m., off campus. Transportation is provided. Prerequisites: 664-02000 or equivalent. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (S,Y)

664-02200 Basic Snowboarding   NLA

    Basic downhill snowboarding techniques. Special conditions: A fee is charged for this course. Meets one night a week, 4:15-10:30 p.m., off campus. Transportation is provided. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (S,Y)

664-02500 Indoor Tennis   NLA

Fundamental tennis strokes and rules of the game; increase proficiency in playing tennis by indoor techniques. Indoor rackets and balls provided. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (S,Y)

664-02600 Basic Tennis   NLA

    Basic strokes, including ground strokes, slice serve, and block volley techniques, for use in singles and doubles play. Coverage of related rules and strategy necessary for game play, scoring, and etiquette. For students with no formal background in either the basic fundamentals or game strategy and no knowledge of scoring, rules, or etiquette. Tennis rackets and balls provided. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F-S,Y)

664-02700 Intermediate Tennis   NLA

    Review of the ground strokes, slice serve, and block volley; lob and overhead are taught, stressing their use in both singles and doubles play. More game experience. Prerequisites: Ability to demonstrate ground strokes, slice serve, and block volley. Tennis rackets and balls provided. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F-S,Y)

664-02800 Advanced Tennis   NLA

    Review of all basic strokes, with emphasis on executing them more efficiently. The flat serve and auxiliary strokes such as the half volley, chop, slice, drop volley, and lob volley are taught, stressing competitive play and strategy in both singles and doubles play. Prerequisites: Mastery of ground strokes, slice serve, block volley, lob, and overhead, performed in a game situation. Tennis rackets and balls provided. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F,Y)

664-03000 Field Archery I   NLA

    Prepares students for bow hunting, including orientation to New York State hunting laws, game conservation, and bow hunting techniques as well as the development of the bare-bow technique of shooting with a heavier-weight bow than is used in target archery. When proficiency at the target-butt has been demonstrated, shooting at simulated wild-game targets takes place on a natural wooded trail. Equipment is supplied. Students may not receive credit for both 660-17100 and 664-03000. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (IRR)

664-03100 Field Archery II   NLA

    An extension of Field Archery I. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (IRR)

664-03300 Golf I   NLA

    Develops an understanding and appreciation of the game through learning basic skills such as stance, grip, and swing. If time permits and student ability warrants, a visit to a local golf course will be made. This is a beginner's course. Equipment is supplied. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F-S,Y)

664-03400 Golf II   NLA

    An extension of Golf I. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F-S,Y)

664-03600 Badminton I   NLA

    Fundamental skills of badminton necessary to play both singles and doubles; rules and customs involved in badminton. Content includes offensive and defensive skills, singles and doubles strategy and play, rules, and etiquette. Evaluation involves a skills test and a written exam. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F-S,Y)

664-03700 Badminton II   NLA

    An extension of Badminton I. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F-S,Y)

664-03800 Badminton III   NLA

    Clears, drop shots, smashes, net shots, serving, and strategy, with special emphasis on doubles play. Prerequisites: 664-03600, 664-03700, or permission of instructor. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (IRR)

664-04000 Run, Walk, and Jog I   NLA

    Provides students of all ability levels with an opportunity to understand and benefit from a lifetime activity. Techniques covered are warm-ups and flexibility, aerobics, running guidelines, and jogging safety. Training methods, various types of terrain, and special running events are covered. The course concludes with a fitness evaluation. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F-S,Y)

664-04100 Run, Walk, and Jog II   NLA

    An extension of Run, Walk, and Jog I. The exercise program becomes more individualized. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F-S,Y)

664-04400 Paddleball I   NLA

    This is a challenging sport and an opportunity for a vigorous workout. The course is suited for the beginner as well as the more experienced player. Basic skills and game strategy are covered, but most of the class time is devoted to playing informal games. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F-S,Y)

664-04500 Paddleball II   NLA

    An extension of Paddleball I. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (F-S,Y)

664-05000 Basic Windsurfing   NLA

    Basic boardsailing technique. The class hours are flexible after the first three sessions. Special conditions: A fee is charged for this course. Meets off campus. Transportation is provided. A swimming test is required. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (IRR)

664-05100 Intermediate Windsurfing   NLA

    Intended for students who have mastered the basic boardsailing techniques. The class hours are flexible after the first three sessions. Special conditions: A fee is charged for this course. Meets off campus. Transportation is provided. Prerequisites: 664-05000. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (IRR)

664-05300 Sailing -- Small Boat   NLA

    For the student with little knowledge of sailing. Instruction is on sailboats with two sails. A swimming test is required. Special conditions: A fee is charged for this course. Meets off campus. Transportation is provided. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (IRR)

664-05500 Sailing -- Catamaran   NLA

    For students who want to learn to sail a catamaran. A swimming test is required. Special conditions: A fee is charged for this course. Meets off campus. Transportation is provided. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (IRR)

664-05700 Boating Skills and Safety   NLA

    Introduces students to basic boating skills and techniques. Basic piloting, navigation rules, legal requirements, and dealing with emergencies are discussed. Pass/fail only. 1 credit. (IRR)

Gymnastics

    The performance of stunts on selected pieces of apparatus following progressive practice and instructional guidance. Improvement in physical development and coordination are primary goals.

664-05900 Gymnastics Activities I   NLA

    Men practice tumbling, parallel bars, side horse, and vaulting; women practice tumbling, uneven bars, balance beam, and vaulting. Course objectives are to develop basic skills in the above areas, to combine two or more skills, and to promote good spotting techniques. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (IRR)

664-06000 Gymnastics Activities II   NLA

    While Gymnastics Activities I introduces students to various gymnastic events and their basic skills, Gymnastics Activities II is structured to individual specialization, so as to further develop skills and spotting techniques and to combine three or more skills. Pass/fail only. 0.5 credit. (IRR)

Outdoor Education

Basic skills that may be applied to a lifetime of involvement in the natural environment.

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