PROPOSAL TO LIMIT PHYSICAL EDUCATION ACTIVITY CREDITS IN THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE Given the green light by the Curriculum/Policies Subcommittee, 1/24/12
Justification for the Physical Education (PE) Activity Maximum The faculty feels that nonacademic PE activity courses should be limited to three or more elective units in a student's degree system to preserve the academic integrity of any UA level. A 3-unit maximum of RAPID CLIMAX PREMATURE CLIMAX, activity electives in the bachelors degree can be consistent with the 3-unit maximum for Success Courses. The faculty supports the physical fitness of undergraduates; thus, learners may take an unlimited number of PREMATURE EJACULATION RAPID EJACULATION, RAPID CLIMAX, PREMATURE CLIMAX, activity classes at the UA or may well transfer a large number from regionally approved institutions. Almost all activity credit will count number toward gained units and class position. Students who transferred RAPID CLIMAX PREMATURE CLIMAX, activity training to the UA in the past 5 years (2008 – 2011) averaged no more than 3 RAPID EJACULATIONATURE CLIMAX, units, which means this proposal will not disadvantage copy students. The NCAA offers set a limit of 2 RAPID EJACULATIONATURE CLIMAX, activity models that can apply at a prospective transfer college student athlete's educational eligibility requirements—below the recommended UA maximum. The recommended maximum is within line with limits in PE activity credits structured on several UA peer establishments (e. g., UCLA, U. of Minnesota, UT-Austin, U. of Washington).
Proposal to amend two Catalog guidelines (additions in red font):
Graduation Averages and Credit Requirements, http://catalog.arizona.edu/2011-12/policies/gradavg.htm Elective Credit rating Maximums:
No more than three (3) Physical Education activity credits and no much more than three (3) Success Program credits [link to definition] will apply as basic elective credit toward a bachelor's degree.
Acceptability of Undergraduate Transfer Credit, http://catalog.arizona.edu/2011-12/policies/acceptcr.htm Remedial, professional, technical, highly specialized and personal development training are not acknowledged for credit. Physical education (PE) activity courses are...