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Course Number: PE 11B/PE 11G
Course Title: Physical Fitness
Course Credit: 2 units
Course Description:

This course is a physical fitness program intended to equip students with the knowledge of a systematic approach of improving and maintaining the level of fitness and wellness in their daily lives by adopting and maintaining healthy lifestyles. It also covers self-testing and developmental activities pertinent to the physical fitness.

Course Number: PE 12B/PE 12G
Course Title: Rhythmic Activities
Course Credit: 2 units
Course Description:

Dealing with rhythmic activities, this course focuses on different types of dances such as folk, ballroom, and creative dances. Participation in culminating activity is required of the students who are also encouraged to join Department interest groups such as the Dance Troupe and Dance Club, which provide them opportunities to be able to perform in local and international socio-cultural activities.

Course Number: PE 13B/PE 13G
Course Title: Fundamental Skills in Sports and Games (with Focus on Badminton)
Course Credit : 2 units
Course Description:

This course focuses on the fundamental skills and values of individual and dual sports and games which can be played and enjoyed throughout life. Students are taught safety precautions in these sports and games so that they can actively participate in any intramural and extramural activities in school and other sports activities held in their respective communities. Students may select from two sports options as its focus of the course: Badminton or Table Tennis.

Course Number: PE 13B/ PE 13G
Course Title: Fundamental Skills in Sports and Games (with Focus on Eskrima)
Course Credit: 2 units
Course Description:

This course deals with the unique form of Filipino martial arts called Eskrima. With emphasis on the teaching of practical skills and values of this indigenous method of self defense, the course introduces students to safety measures, such as the avoidance of injury during practice and actual combat. It also aims to inculcate appreciation of local heritage in the field of martial arts.

Course Number: PE 13B/PE 13G
Course Title: Basic Swimming
Course Credits: 2 units
Course Description:

This course exposes the students to water locomotion activities which are developmentally sequenced to help them acquire fundamental skills in swimming.

Course Number: PE 14B
Course Title: Team Sports (with Focus on Basketball and Volleyball)
Course Credit: 2 units
Course Description:

This course is designed to introduce students to basic knowledge, skills, strategies, and values of organized team sports. The course combines comprehensive cognitive aspects with practical application of basketball and volleyball.

Course Number: PE 14G
Course Title: Recreational Activities
Course Credit: 2 units
Course Description:

This course deals with recreational activities that provide students varied opportunities to enjoy their leisure time constructively and productively. The program covers a wide scope of activities such as music, dance, dramatics, fine dining, arts and crafts, sports, games, and other outdoor activities.

Course Number: PE 14B/PE 14G
Course Title: Advance Swimming
Course Credit: 2 units
Course Description:

This course covers a series of advanced swimming skills that let students continue the more elementary training they had in a previous swimming course. The focus is on advanced competitive strokes and life-saving skills, such as first aid for a victim of drowning.