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47 Courses


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PE100 1998-2 PHYS ED FOUNDATIONS-MEN 3.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE

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PE105 2013-0 FUNDAMENTAL COMBATIVE SKILLS 0.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE In this 3.5 hour time block Cadets are taught rudimentary grappling techniques. In this block of instruction the New Cadets are introduced to the following positions: Guard, Top Mount, and Side Control. The New Cadets learn how to hold and escape from these positions and also learn submission holds to apply to their partner when they are in the dominant position.
2025 0
2026 0
2027 0
2028 0

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PE107 2008-1 FOUNDATIONS OF MOVEMENT 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This introductory movement and fitness course is designed to improve a cadet's upper body strength, hip flexor strength, and core body stabilization and to prepare him or her for success in PE 117 (Military Movement). The class focuses on developing the specific strength and skills needed to pass PE 117 (Military Movement) and the Indoor Obstacle Course Test.

No Course Offerings


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PE108 2007-3 FOUNDATIONS OF FITNESS 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The purpose of this course is to physically develop cadets utilizing progressive and sequential resistance exercises and cardiorespiratory conditioning exercises that will enable them to pass the Army Physical Fitness Test and Indoor Obstacle Course Test. This course will provide cadets, who have a deficient Physical Performance Score Cumulative, an opportunity to supplement/raise their PPSC. Cadets will develop a sense of self-responsibility for their personal fitness and a lifetime commitment to maintain their physical fitness. This course will only be offered during Summer Term Academic Program.

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PE109 2008-1 FUNDAMENTALS OF AQUATICS 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course has two phases: phase one is a remedial swimming exploration curriculum designed to prepare cadets classified as non-swimmers for the survival swimming curriculum. The remedial phase is designed to help cadets acquire in-water experiences, and gradually refine the basic motor skills needed to be comfortable, safe, and effective in and around the aquatic environment. Phase two emphasizes the military applications of swimming and survival skills to include the elements of breath control, buoyancy positions, stroke assessment, and swimming endurance. Successful completion fulfills the survival swimming graduation requirement for selected cadets.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE115 2013-1 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMBATIVES 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course exposes Cadets to variety of basic standing and ground skills. Cadets learn how to engage in the free movement range, clinch range, and grappling range. In the free movement range Cadets learn how to strike with their hands and defend themselves. In the Clinch range cadets learn how to close with their opponent, achieve the Clinch, then control their opponent using knees and movement. In the Grappling range Cadets learn how to move into and out of positions and apply submissions and chokes. Body mechanics, aggressiveness, and affective reactions are stressed.

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PE116 2006-1 BOXING 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE A course in which the offensive and defensive skills of amateur boxing are taught. Course content includes stances, movement, basic punches (i.e. jab, cross, hook, and upper cut), defenses, strategies, and tactics. Instruction on refereeing, judging, and serving as a corner second are presented. Boxers are evaluated, assessed and provided feedback on their ability to box. The course exposes participants to the coping strategies necessary to deal with a physical threat.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE117 2011-1 MILITARY MOVEMENT 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This is a 19-lesson course designed to expose cadets to a variety of basic movement skills. The course serves as a basis for many other athletic and military activities that cadets will encounter during their time at USMA as well as in their Army career. Focus is placed on applied movement tasks for all cadets. This course takes a basic Movement Theme approach, meaning cadets are required to learn a variety of relevant skills from within the general themes of rolling, hanging, climbing, crawling, jumping, vaulting, landing, mounting, supporting and swinging. In addition, the environment (or apparatus) where a skill is performed is changed or modified to challenge the cadet and broaden the movement experience. Movement environments are designed around specific events such as tumbling, vaulting, vertical ropes, horizontal ropes, the indoor obstacle course (IOCT), horizontal bars, elephant vault, ankles to the bar (ATB), pull-ups, rock climbing, and trampoline.

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PE117 2025-1 MILITARY MOVEMENT 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE Military Movement is a 19-lesson course designed to expose Cadets to a variety of basic movement skills aimed at developing basic muscular and motor patterns. The course is critical in the promotion of strength, power, flexibility, balance, agility, coordination, social interaction, fear management, and teamwork and serves as a basis for many other athletic and military activities that Cadets will encounter during their time at the USMA as well as in their Army career.
2025 1
2025 2
2025 3
2026 1
2026 2
2026 3
2027 1
2027 2
2027 3
2028 1
2028 2
2028 3

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PE117R 2025-1 MILITARY MOVEMENT - REM 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE Military Movement is a 19-lesson course designed to expose Cadets to a variety of basic movement skills aimed at developing basic muscular and motor patterns. The course is critical in the promotion of strength, power, flexibility, balance, agility, coordination, social interaction, fear management, and teamwork and serves as a basis for many other athletic and military activities that Cadets will encounter during their time at the USMA as well as in their Army career.

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PE205 2013-0 ADVANCED COMBATIVE SKILLS 0.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This four hour time block is designed to enhance Cadets' grappling ability. Cadets review fundamental grappling skills from the previous summer and are taught new grappling skills in positioning and submissions to further develop their ability to perform well in future Combatives classes.
2025 0
2026 0

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PE215 2025-1 FUNDAMENTALS/PERSONAL FITNESS 1.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course emphasizes basic human physiology concepts and the mechanisms by which the body adapts to and benefits from physical training. Cadets will learn how to assess, develop, and maintain their individual physical, nutritional, and sleep readiness as defined by the Army's Holistic Health and Fitness (H2F) system. Activities will focus on improving strength, endurance, mobility, power and speed while utilizing body composition to enhance overall physical performance. Cadets will understand how to properly fuel for, prepare, and recover from physical activity utilizing appropriate nutritional behaviors and sleep strategies. Human performance optimization will be discussed in the context of motivation, commitment and perseverance. Cadets will leave the course with exposure to H2F concepts, and a comprehensive profile of their individual readiness.
2025 1
2025 2
2025 3
2025 4
2026 1
2026 2
2026 5
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE220 2013-1 AEROBIC FITNESS 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The course provides cadets with information and experiences to create an aerobic optimal performance plan. Cadets are exposed to numerous aerobic fitness activities and participate in events focused on military applications. The principles of exercise physiology serve as the foundation for the course as students design and participate in various aerobic conditioning assessment activities.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE222 2011-2 BADMINTON/PICKLEBALL 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This is a 19 lesson course featuring nine lessons of Pickleball and ten lessons of Badminton. Pickleball is a sport played by two, three, or four people. Pickleball uses a wooden paddle and whiffleball and is very similar to tennis. The course focus is on the rules of play and basic skill development of service and service return, forehand and backhand drives, volley and half-volley, drop shot, lob, and overhead smash. Additional instruction in basic offensive/defensive strategy and tactics is provided. Badminton is a sport played by two, three, or four people on the same size court as pickleball. Badminton uses a lightweight strung racquet and shuttlecock (birdie). The course focus is also on the rules of play and basic skill development of service and service return, forehand, backhand, drop shot, lob, and overhead smash. Offensive/defensive strategy and tactics are discussed. Grading is determined by a final exam in each.
2025 1
2025 2
2025 8
2025 9
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE223 2025-1 BASKETBALL 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to provide Cadets with the ability and knowledge necessary to play and coach the game of basketball. It is intended to assist students in developing basic skills for playing as well as teaching the fundamental basketball skills while nurturing an appreciation for basketball as a lifetime physical activity. In addition, leadership skills, team development, and the value of teamwork are stressed through live competition. Cadets are evaluated on their demonstration and knowledge of fundamental skills, performance on the James Naismith Basketball Obstacle Course, individual and team performance, and a written term end exam.
2025 1
2025 2
2025 8
2025 9
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2027 9
2028 1
2028 2
2028 9

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PE224 2011-1 ADVANCED CLOSE QUARTERS COMBAT 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to educate and expose Cadets in the realm of edge weapons and impact weapons. Cadets learn realistic offensive tactics, defensive tactics, weapon movement patterns, and footwork in order to engage an enemy who has an edge weapon or impact weapon or to use an edge weapon or impact weapon on the enemy in a hostile situation. The cadets are evaluated on their functional ability to perform the skill learned in the course and also on their ability to show tactful aggression and fear management.

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PE226 2013-1 COMBAT GRAPPLING 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to provide the cadets with realistic grappling applications and ground fighting skills to enhance their knowledge and warrior ethos to prepare them as future soldiers for unarmed combat and CQC situations. This course focuses on five different grappling positions: Mount, Guard, Side Control, Rear Mount, and scarf hold. Cadets learn how to maintain the positions, escape from the positions, submit from the positions, and strike from the positions. Cadets are evaluated in their function ability to perform skill-sets learned in class, and are also evaluated in their ability to manage their fear, keep their composure, and dominate their opponent.
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 2
2028 2

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PE228 2010-1 MODERN ARMY COMBATIVES L1 CERT 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE PE 228 is designed to certify cadets to teach U.S. Army Level I Combative Skills. Cadets develop a foundation of basic combative grappling skills and an aggressive mind set needed to engage and defeat an enemy in Close Quarters Combat (CQC). The course focuses on 15 basic grappling skills. Cadets are evaluated on their demonstration and knowledge of the required skills. Successful completion of the course qualifies the individual to conduct Skill Level I Combatives training for soldiers.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE230 2013-1 CYCLING 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE Cycling as a lifetime sport, is designed to take the beginner through a progressive program of bicycle training and instruction to include: proper mounting, balance, turning, ascending, and descending individually and in a group. The course labs are hands-on and focused on learning through practical application and drills on the bike. All riders are also introduced to basic bike maintenance and required to demonstrate baseline skills in preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS). Classroom instruction is focused on the introduction of cycling principles and as a feedback forum for the riding labs.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE232 2010-1 EMERGENCY WATER SAFETY 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The purpose of this course is to introduce cadets who are already proficient swimmers, to first responder training in methodologies generic to Water Rescue, CPR, and Emergency First Aid. Cadets are exposed to a variety of distress and drowning scenarios, and will be able to demonstrate strategies and site specific response techniques essential to safely performing a water related assist and/or rescue. Course focus is on military application in both still water and theatre specific environments, with a special emphasis on emergency management protocol. Written evaluation, five skill-specific performance components, and successful completion of two comprehensive exit scenarios are required for successful course completion.
2025 1

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PE234 2010-1 LIFEGUARDING 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course focuses on a holistic approach to the duties and responsibilities of a trained professional lifeguard and exposes cadets to key elements and strategies related to accident prevention, surveillance methodology, and performance. Additional content and activities focus on emergency response, search and rescue, and duty specific incident/accident management. Cadets who successfully complete certification requirements may obtain professional accreditation/licensure in Lifeguarding, CPR/PR, Oxygen Administration, and Automated External Defibrillation (AED). Additional accreditation/licensure may also be available in both Open Water and Water park Lifeguarding. Written evaluation, four skill-specific performance evaluations, and successful completion of three comprehensive exit scenarios are required for successful course completion.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE236 2013-1 GROUP EXERCISE LEADERSHIP 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE Using music as the controlling factor, this course is designed to give participants an opportunity to experience different modalities of exercise such as high/low impact, step, kickboxing, circuit training, spinning, yoga/pilates and water exercise in an Exercise to Music group fitness setting. Participants will be assessed on knowledge of applicable fitness principles, exercise safety, lesson construction and a team-teaching experience of one's choice.
2025 1

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PE238 2010-1 GOLF 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to provide the beginner and novice golfer with the skills, knowledge, and techniques needed to play golf. The basic techniques taught are the full swing, pitching, chipping, and putting. Course grading is based upon a series of skill tests, a written examination, and a golf swing analysis.
2024 8
2025 1
2025 2
2025 8
2026 1
2026 2
2026 8
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE242 2013-1 ICE SKATING 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to provide cadets who have little or no previous skating experience with the basic skills necessary to safely participate as a recreational skater. The forward and backward stroke, snow plow, "T" stop, and hockey stop, as well as forward and backward crossovers are presented. Additional skills taught are turns, spins and jumps. Grading is based upon the cadet's ability to demonstrate the skills taught during the course. A compulsory skating routine is also used for evaluating student proficiency. Additionally, a short creative routine of optional figures chosen by the cadet is evaluated.

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PE244 2010-1 JUDO 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The purpose of this course is to introduce judo as a competitive sport and the application of judo skills for self defense and combatives training. The course content will include falling skills and basic throwing, pinning, and submission skills. Judo customs, courtesies, terminology, and competitive rules will be introduced. Students will gain an entry level knowledge and understanding of the basic skills, safety concerns, and rules needed to participate in competitive Judo. Students will be graded on a demonstration of basic skills and knowledge of competitive rules and terminology.
2024 8
2025 8
2025 9

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PE245 2022-1 OLYMPIC WEIGHTLIFTING 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This introductory course provides cadets with the knowledge and hands-on experience for conducting Olympic Weightlifting. Cadets develop the critical skills needed for coaching and demonstrating safe and proper Olympic Weightlifting technique that will benefit both them and their soldiers. This course is designed to instill a lifetime desire for continued participation in training and competing in Olympic Weightlifting.
2024 8
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE246 2011-1 RACQUETBALL 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course introduces the basic skill and strategy fundamentals of racquetball. Cadets learn to identify and demonstrate the basic fundamentals of: personal playing safety; rules of play; forehand and backhand stroke techniques; kill, passing, and defensive shots; serve, serve return techniques and strategies. Singles play, doubles and "cut throat" are examined. Grading is determined by performance on two skills tests (rally & ceiling shot), and a written final exam.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE248 2010-1 INDOOR ROCK CLIMBING 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course develops fundamental rock climbing skills, techniques and safety awareness. This course introduces basic rock climbing systems, rappelling, belaying, knots, top roping, and assorted climbing skills. Course grading is based on climbing skills, rappelling skills, knowledge of basic rock climbing systems, and the application of judgment and safety practices in various situations.
2025 1
2025 2
2025 8
2026 1
2026 2
2026 8
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE250 2011-1 SCUBA 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to provide cadets with the basic skills and knowledge needed to safely participate in SCUBA diving and pursue certification as a National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI) Basic SCUBA Diver. Successful completion of this course leads to Confined Water Certification and the ability to enroll in Open Water training. The requirements of this course include the successful demonstration of skin and SCUBA diving skills, the ability to practice and adhere to safe diving activities, and the completion of a comprehensive, written final examination. Cadets who possess Scuba certification or are members of the Cadet Sky Diving Club are ineligible for this course.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE252 2013-2 SKIING-ALPINE 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to teach beginning skiers to ski in balance and control in all terrain and snow conditions. Knowledge of skiing equipment, proper body position, stopping, gliding, edging, sliding, turning, and carving is taught. The course grade is based upon skiing performance assessments administered on the slope.
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2
2028 2

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PE254 2010-1 SKIING-CROSS COUNTRY 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course introduces cadets to the basic skills and techniques of cross-country skiing. It emphasizes skill development and the benefits of skiing as a lifetime fitness activity. Cadets are required to successfully demonstrate the diagonal stride, skating, turning, uphill techniques, and downhill techniques. Course grading is determined by instructor, peer and self-assessment of skiing ability and a written examination.

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PE256 2010-1 SNOWBOARDING 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to provide cadets with the basic skills and knowledge needed to safely participate in snowboarding. The course focuses on teaching beginning snowboarders to ride in balance and control in various terrain and snow conditions. Knowledge of boarding equipment, as well as skills in proper stance and balance, stopping, gliding, edging, turning, carving and basic freestyle maneuvers will be covered.
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2
2028 2

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PE258 2025-1 SOCCER 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to provide Cadets with the skills and knowledge necessary for playing soccer. A variety of individual skills and techniques are taught, as well as individual/team offensive and defensive strategies. The value of small sided games are used as building blocks that lead to full 11 aside matches. Grading for the course is based upon three skills test (juggling, passing, shooting) and a written examination.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE260 2010-1 SPORTS PHYSIOLOGY 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The objectives of this course are to introduce cadets to applied concepts of Sports Physiology, conduct personal fitness assessments in DPE's Center for Physical Development Excellence facility, and perhaps complete an independent study examining a sports physiology issue. The cadet becomes familiar with the varied aspects of Sports Physiology and is able to demonstrate baseline and advanced knowledge of 'core principles.' Critical thinking and analysis is used in all endeavors. The personal assessments conducted in the lab and the independent study approach provides cadets with insightful physiological information that can enhance their personal fitness performance.
2025 1

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PE262 2025-1 STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course provides Cadets with the knowledge and hands-on experience for conducting a variety of resistance training exercises. Cadets develop the critical skills needed for teaching safe and proper resistance training techniques that will benefit both themselves and their Soldiers. Cadets are assessed in the following areas: demonstrate proficiency performing multi-joint strength exercises, understand foundational programming criteria, and effectively provide peer coaching.
2025 1
2025 2
2025 8
2026 1
2026 2
2026 8
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE264 2013-1 TENNIS 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to develop basic tennis skills including the forehand and backhand groundstrokes, serve, and volley. Students also learn the basic rules and etiquette of tennis as well as simple singles and doubles strategies. Grading is based on skills tests, an in-class tournament, instructor stroke evaluations, and a written final examination.
2024 8
2025 1
2025 2
2025 8
2026 1
2026 2
2026 8
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE266 2010-1 VOLLEYBALL 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course is designed to teach cadets the fundamentals of volleyball. The individual skills taught are the underhand pass, set, serve, block, and spike. Additionally, the course covers defensive and offensive formations, the transition game, officiating techniques and United States Volleyball Association (USVA) rules. Grading is based upon skill testing on the underhand pass, set and serve, a written test, and a round robin tournament.
2025 1
2025 2
2025 8
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE267 2024-1 YOGA 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This introductory course provides cadets with the knowledge and experience for participating in Yoga. Cadets develop the skills needed for executing, teaching, and demonstrating safe and proper Yoga poses that will benefit both them and their soldiers. This course is designed to instill a lifetime desire for continued participation in Yoga and Mindfulness.
2025 1
2025 2
2025 8
2025 9
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE268 2010-1 CURRENT LIFETIME ACTIVITY 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The lifetime sports skills series are credit courses intended to provide cadets an opportunity to learn additional sports skills which can be incorporated into lifetime fitness goals and activities. They will further the development of neuromuscular and kinesthetic abilities through the acquisition of and participation in sport skills and can be part of the cadet personal fitness programs. Specific lifetime sport activities are selected on the basis of current trends, resources, instructor expertise, and cadet needs.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 2
2027 2
2028 2

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PE320 2010-1 SURVIVAL SWIMMING - ELEMENTARY 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The Survival Swimming-Elementary course is designed to develop aquatic proficiency for cadets who swam 150 yards in 4 minutes or more on their initial entry swim classification test. The Program of Instruction (POI) is divided into two areas: basic swimming and combat/survival swimming. Emphasis in all levels is on the military applications of swimming and survival skills to include the elements of breath control, buoyancy positions, stroke assessment, and swimming endurance. Grading is primarily based on criterion-referenced scales in basic and survival swimming skills.
2025 1
2025 2
2025 3
2026 1
2026 2
2026 3
2027 1
2027 2
2027 3
2028 1
2028 2
2028 3

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PE321 2010-1 SURVIVAL SWIMMING - LOW 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The Survival Swimming-Low Intermediate course is designed to develop aquatic proficiency for cadets who swam 150 yards between 3 minutes 16 seconds and 3 minutes 59 seconds on their initial entry swim classification test. The Program of Instruction (POI) is divided into two areas: basic swimming and combat/survival swimming. Emphasis in all levels is on the military applications of swimming and survival skills to include the elements of breath control, buoyancy positions, stroke assessment, and swimming endurance. Grading is primarily based on criterion-referenced scales in basic and survival swimming skills.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE322 2010-1 SURVIVAL SWIMMING - HIGH 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The Survival Swimming-High Intermediate course is designed to develop aquatic proficiency for cadets who swam 150 yards between 2 minutes 30 seconds and 3 minute 15 seconds on their initial entry swim classification test. The Program of Instruction (POI) is divided into two areas: basic swimming and combat/survival swimming. Emphasis in all levels is on the military applications of swimming and survival skills to include the elements of breath control, buoyancy positions, stroke assessment, and swimming endurance. Grading is primarily based on criterion-referenced scales in basic and survival swimming skills.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE323 2010-1 SURVIVAL SWIMMING - ADVANCED 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The Survival Swimming-Advanced course is designed to develop aquatic proficiency for cadets who swam 150 yards in less than 2 minutes 30 seconds on their initial entry swim test. The Program of Instruction (POI) is divided into two areas: basic swimming and combat/survival swimming. Emphasis in all levels is on the military applications of swimming and survival skills to include the elements of breath control, buoyancy positions, stroke assessment, and swimming endurance. Grading is primarily based on criterion-referenced scales in basic and survival swimming skills.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 2
2026 3
2027 3
2028 3

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PE360 2013-1 COMBAT APPLICATIONS 0.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course provides cadets with a comprehensive set of basic combatives skills suited for a combat scenario. Cadets will learn to respond appropriately to aggression by utilizing proper body mechanics, skills, aggressiveness, and fear management. Two combat ranges of hand-to-hand fighting are taught: 1) Grappling range - cadets learn to fight and win on the ground and, 2) Clinch range - cadets learn to close the distance and control the fight between themselves and an attacker. Cadets will be evaluated on their ability to perform selected combative skills and their capacity to exhibit the warrior ethos and fear management.
2025 1
2025 2
2025 3
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2027 3
2028 1
2028 2
2028 3

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PE450 2025-1 ARMY FITNESS DEVELOPMENT 1.5
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE This course prepares future officers for their role as fitness leaders by equipping them with content and experiences that cultivate their ability to plan, implement, and assess unit physical training under varied conditions. Course material emphasizes basic concepts of human physiology and the mechanisms by which the body adapts to and benefits from physical readiness training. Cadets will apply their knowledge of the United States Army's Holistic Health and Fitness (H2F) system in pursuit of optimizing unit (group) performance. Cadets must assess the physical requirements of units and Soldiers, program platoon level physical readiness training, and evaluate the efficacy of that training. Course graduates have the knowledge to enhance the health and human performance of the future units they will lead.
2025 1
2025 2
2026 1
2026 2
2027 1
2027 2
2028 1
2028 2

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PE471 2010-7 ADV SP DEV/PHY IND ADV DEV 2.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE Advanced Sport Development is an intense physical program designed for cadets with an interest in total fitness and a comprehensive scuba experience. This program consists of four subcourses: Aerobic Fitness (mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, etc.),, Sports Physiology, Muscular Fitness, and SCUBA.
2024 7
2025 7
2026 7
2027 7
2028 7

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PE472 2005-4 OUTER LIMITS - MOUNTAIN LEADER 2.0
(BS=0.0, ET=0.0, MA=0.0)
Scope Offerings
SCOPE The Outer Limits ? Mountain Leader course is designed to provide cadets with the basic skills and knowledge needed to safely participate in basic to advanced rock climbing. Successful completion of this course allows cadets to participate in many levels of basic to advanced levels of lead rock climbing and prepare them for future experiences in a variety of climbing adventures to include ice climbing and mountaineering co-related adventures.
2024 7
2025 7
2026 7
2027 7
2028 7