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The course offerings at Clarion University of PA go through an extensive review process by the Committee on Courses and Programs of Study (CCPS).  This course offerings list is a comprehensive list of courses that could be offered; it does not mean they are currently being offered.

For a complete list of courses offered on the current or upcoming schedules, see the Registrar's page Schedule of Classes.

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Course Id (currently sorted in Ascending order) Course TitleCourse Description
ARTH 317
Art/Arch Of Ancnt Greece
ARTH 411
Modernism: Art 1850 - 1950
Surveys art and architecture of Europe and the United States between 1850 and 1950, its historical and cultural context, and its connection to concepts of modernity. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Fall semester, every two years|
ARTH 412
Changing Times: Art Of 60's
Surveys the art of the sixties, its historical and cultural context. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Spring semester every two years|
ARTH 414
Topics In Contemp Art
This course introduces contemporary art and theory. It covers art and artists from the 1960s to the present. This class deals with conceptual issues facing today's artists and introduces the main currents in contemporary critical theory. It is aim,ed at students who: 1) have a strong interest in contemporary art; 2) are interested in recent critical theory and its applications in visual art; 3) are artists or other students in the humanities planning to attend graduate school.|
AT 299
Admin Tech Field Training
AT 299 is performance oriented field training using software applications, productivity software, specialized office disciplines and procedures. The course includes continuous improvement and process reengineering skills, sufficient to manage a smal,l office, or certain specialized departments. Analyzes and troubleshoots the problems of daily operations. Emphasis is on developing student competency in operational troubleshooting and software applications. Credit only for students enrolled in,the AAS-AT degree.|
ATE 100
Practicum Athletic Training I
ATE 110
Practicum Athletic Training II
ATE 204
Athletic Trng Clinical Ed I
ATE 225
Evaluation Techniques I
ATE 265
Evaluative Tech II
ATE 290
Therapeutic Mod Lab
ATE 300
Adv Athletic Training Proc
ATE 305
Athletic Trng Clinical Ed II
ATE 315
General Medical Assessment
ATE 330
Therapeutic Exercise
ATE 400
Orthopedic Eval In Sports Med
ATE 405
Athletic Trng Clinical Ed III
ATE 425
Adm Strategies In Athletic Trn
ATE 440
ATE 460
Sports Medicine Research
ATSW 102
Credit For Athletic Particip
The student athlete must complete the full season of athletic participation in good standing with the student's varsity athletic program. Eligibility to register for this credit is not permitted until a student's second season of team participation.|
ATSW 150
Intro Athletic Training
Students learn about common injuries and illnesses associated with athletic populations, including introduction, rehabilitation, and treatment approaches for athletic injuries. Also addresses prevention and implications of athletic injuries. Every,spring.|
ATSW 160
Intro to Nutrition and Fitness
This course will introduce students to the Nutrition and Fitness major. Students will gain a better understanding of the professional disciplines, career opportunities, and college curriculum within the nutrition and fitness field. Students will begi,n to develop personal and career goals.|
ATSW 286
Cardio & Resist Train Tech
Students will explore the various methods of cardiovascular and resistance training. Appropriate training progression and safety will be emphasized. Topics include training for muscular strength, muscular endurance, and power. Students will learn how, to train both the aerobic and anaerobic athlete.|
ATSW 300
Emergency Med Tech
Students will be prepared to become certified as Emergency Medical Techncians. Emphasis is placed upon the care and treatment of the ill or injured in a variety of emergency situations. Prerequisite: 16 years of age.|
ATSW 333
Fitness For Wellness
Provides students with knowledge, skills, and strategies in stress management and health-related fitness. Stresses skills in psychophysiological regulation, exercise, and nutrition design. Emphasizes adherence issues of recognition, identification, a,nd remediation. Pre-requisite: successful completion of HPE 111 Health Education. Offered: annually, Fall.|
ATSW 334
Food, Fitness Wt Mgmt
Provides students with knowledge, skills, and strategies in diet management, both qualitatively and quantitatively. Emphasizes skills in personal dietary design and assessment. Also covers dietary needs and problems of special populations. Pre-requis,ite: successful completion of HPE 111 Health Education. stress management and health-related fitness. Stresses skills in psychophysiological regulation, exercise, and nutrition design|
ATSW 340
Nutrition Education
An overview of nutrition education that explores the settings in which nutrition education is carried out, introduces nutrition students to learning theory, and reviews techniques and resources for teaching nutrition. Students learn to assess the nee,ds of different learner groups and select and evaluate appropriate nutrition education materials. Prerequisite: CHEM 205.|
ATSW 350
Thy & Technique Of Coaching
Examines theories and techniques of coaching sports. Covers rules and regulations, fundamentals, organizational principles, specific conditioning programs scouting, technical tactics, and toher topics.|
ATSW 351
T&t Coach Basketball
Examines theories and techniques of coaching specific sports. Covers rules and regulations, fundamentals, organizational principles, specific conditioning programs, scouting, technical tactics and other topics. On demand.|