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PEA 4
PEA 4X
PEA 4Y
PEA 4Z
Adapted Cardiovascular Training
1/2 Unit 1 Unit 1 1/2 Units 2 Units
Physics P
PHYS 2A General Introductory Physics 5 Units
(See general education pages for the requirements this course meets.) Prerequisite: MATH 1A or MATH 1AH (may be taken concurrently).
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273; PHYS 50.
Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter).
An elementary study of the basic physical laws describing the motion of bodies. Includes the study of oscillations, waves, and sound. Applications to everyday physical phenomena in problem solving using verbal logic, critical thinking, and mathematics. In the laboratory, explore experimental scientific procedures by comparing theoretical models to classic experiments using standard measurement techniques, basic uncertainty analysis, and graphical interpretations of data.
PHYS 2B General Introductory Physics 5 Units
Prerequisite: PHYS 2A.
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter).
The laws of mechanics applied to those of electricity and magnetism. An introduction to the physical properties of that fundamental quantity called charge. Includes the study of DC and AC circuits and their elementary applications. Concludes with electromagnetic waves. In the laboratory, learn to construct elementary circuits, measure and analyze their properties with electronic equipment including the oscilloscope, and study the behavior of moving charge in magnetic fields.
PHYS 2C General Introductory Physics 5 Units
Prerequisite: PHYS 2B.
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory (84 hours total per quarter).
Study fluids, optics, thermodynamics, and modern physics. In the laboratory, continue to deepen an understanding of scientific procedure by applying theoretical models to classic experiments.
PHYS 4A Physics for Scientists and 6 Units Engineers: Mechanics
(See general education pages for the requirements this course meets.) Prerequisite: PHYS 50 with a grade of C or better, or the equivalent (including high school Physics); MATH 1B or MATH 1BH (may be taken concurrently). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Five hours lecture, three hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter).
A rigorous introduction to the physical laws that describe and explain the motion of bodies. This course requires problem solving using verbal logic, critical analysis, and mathematical models. Students investigate general scientific procedures as a quantitative interplay between experimentation and theory employing statistical methods, graphical techniques, and measurement theory.
PHYS 4B Physics for Scientists and 6 Units Engineers: Electricity and Magnetism
Prerequisite: PHYS 4A; MATH 1C or MATH 1CH (may be taken concurrently). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Five hours lecture, three hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter).
This course introduces classical electromagnetism and includes DC and AC circuits and elementary field theory.
PEA 5
PEA 5X
PEA 5Y
PEA 5Z
Adapted Aquatic Exercise
1/2 Unit 1 Unit 1 1/2 Units 2 Units
(See general education pages for the requirements this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).
(Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5, section 56029).)
Adapted to provide reasonable accommodations for students with verified physical disabilities, this course is an introduction the discipline of Physical Education through water exercise in the context of an individualâ€™s physical, intellectual, and/or affective abilities and limitations. Aquatic exercise uses dynamic aerobic exercise techniques to provide a level of conditioning for both the aerobic and anaerobic energy systems. The freestyle interval format combines jogging, jumping, walking, punching, kicking, and a variety of aerobic type movements performed in land-based programs. Students will strive for ultimate fitness through a complete program of cardiovascular exercise, strength development, and flexibility. An historical examination of aqua exercise for fitness, rehabilitation, and play will be included.
PEA 6Y Adapted Outdoor Education 1 1/2 Units
(See general education pages for the requirements this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Four and one-half hours laboratory (54 hours total per quarter). (Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5, section 56029).)
A multifaceted course for students with disabilities seeking outdoor experiential education. Includes diverse experiences involving accessible activities including hiking, kayaking, white water rafting, camping, sailing, etc. Using adapted methodologies and wilderness safety, disabled students will experience survival techniques and investigate flora and fauna. Students with disabilities will experience personal fulfillment from being in an outdoor environment. Mental and physical strength will be tested. Adapted skills will be utilized.
PHYS 4C
Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Fluids, Waves, Optics and Thermodynamics
6 Units
PEA 15 PEA 15X PEA 15Y
PEA 15Z
Adapted Aerobic Swimming
1/2 Unit 1 Unit 1 1/2 Units 2 Units
Prerequisite: PHYS 4B; MATH 1D or MATH 1DH (may be taken concurrently). Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Five hours lecture, three hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter).
This is an introductory studies course in static and dynamic fluids, mechanical and non-mechanical waves, geometrical and physical optics, heat, and the laws of thermodynamics.
PHYS 4D Physics for Scientists and 6 Units Engineers: Modern Physics
Prerequisite: PHYS 4C.
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Five hours lecture, three hours laboratory (96 hours total per quarter).
This course is an introduction to special relativity and quantum mechanics. Nuclear physics, elementary particles, and other selected topics are treated as time allows.
PHYS 10 Concepts of Physics 5 Units
(See general education pages for the requirements this course meets.) Prerequisite: MATH 109, 114, 130 or equivalent; or a qualifying score on the Intermediate Algebra Placement Test.
Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Five hours lecture (60 hours total per quarter).
This course explores the fundamental concepts of physics as applied to everyday phenomena from a limited mathematical perspective emphasizing verbal logic, critical analysis, and rational thought. The history of the scientific procedure as an interplay between theory and experimentation will be analyzed. Students will critically evaluate the role of scientific discovery in the success and development of technology. 269
(See general education pages for the requirements this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).
(Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5, section 56029).)
Adapted to provide reasonable accommodations for students with verified physical disabilities, this course is an introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through aerobic swimming in the context of an individuals physical, intellectual, and/or affective abilities and limitations. Includes rules, equipment, etiquette, safety, nutrition, and techniques related to aerobic swimming has changed due to the influences of individuals, cultures, and medical research. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology and aerobic swimming concepts in the context of their own abilities and limitations to develop, maintain, or improve their aerobic swimming technique and endurance.
2O21-2O22 DE ANZA COLLEGE CATALOG
All courses are for unit credit and apply to a De Anza associate degree unless otherwise noted.
(See general education pages for the requirements this course meets.) Advisory: EWRT 211 and READ 211, or ESL 272 and 273.
Three hours laboratory for each unit of credit (36 hours total for each unit of credit per quarter).
(Repeatable as needed to meet the Student Educational Contract (Title 5, section 56029).)
Adapted to provide reasonable accommodations for students with verified physical disabilities, this course is an introduction to the discipline of Physical Education through cardiovascular training in the context of an individualâ€™s physical, intellectual, and/or affective abilities and limitations. Includes rules, equipment, etiquette, safety, nutrition, and techniques related to cardiovascular fitness training. Global and historical review of the evolution of aerobic exercise, exercise trends for men, women, and athletes as they correspond to the evolution of the discipline of Physical Education. Students will review and apply basic exercise physiology and fitness concepts in the context of their own abilities and limitations to develop and/or maintain their cardiovascular fitness levels.
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