K-State Credit Courses

Martial Arts Courses for K-State Credit

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These courses are offered for credit through the Kansas State University Global Campus with the cooperation of various Kansas State University departments. Fees for these classes differ depending on special instructor and equipment needs. For more information, email ufmcredit@ksu.edu

Enroll in these courses through iSIS.

Credit Class Policies.

Note: Special Privilege fees will be added for on-campus classes when the student is not a full time student. Out-of-state fees also apply and will override the fee listed for each course. Fees in addition to the base credit hour fee generally apply in order to cover other costs associated with offering the courses.

 

Martial Arts Classes Available

Tae Kwon Do, Judo , Women's Self Defense

Tae Kwon Do I RRES 200
Tae Kwon Do is an effective way to unify the mind and body. It helps develop one’s health by increasing cardiovascular abilities, strength, balance and flexibility. The basics of blocking, punching, kicking, self-defense and white belt form will be covered. Class will consist of practicing these skills as a group, working with other classmates and the instructor one-on-one. At the end of the semester, students will have the option to be tested for their orange belt.
Instructor: David Moore

FALL 2014

RRES 200 Class Number 16435
Date: Aug 26- Dec 11 (T/Th)
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Fee: $408
Location: Sun Yi's Academy, 1650 Hayes Dr

When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. You will need this number to enroll through iSIS.

SPRING 2015

RRES 200 Class Number ZCH 16389
Date: Jan. 20 - May 7 (T/Th) No class March 17 or 19
Time: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Fee: $408
Location: Sun Yi's Academy, 1650 Hayes Dr

When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. You will need this number to enroll through iSIS.


Judo I RRES 200

Judo I is an introduction to the Olympic sport of Judo. Students will learn mat etiquette, break falls, basic mat and throwing techniques. Judo I is intended not for gaining proficiency, but to gain understanding of how principles of dynamics (force, acceleration, momentum, work, rotation, moment of inertia, etc.) are used to gain physical advantage (subduing the opponent). Techniques are selected for safety of participants and for demonstrating fundamental principles.
Instructor: Jim Kiker ksujudo@ksu.edu

FALL 2014

RRES 200 Class Number 16661
Date: Aug 25- Dec 11 (M/Th)
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Fee: $328.10
Location: Ahearn 301, Ahearn Complex, 3rd floor, Gymnasium door entry
When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. You will need this number to enroll through iSIS.

SPRING 2015

RRES 200 Class Number ZCD 16390
Date: Jan. 22- May7 (M/Th)No class March 16 or 19
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Fee: $328.10
Location: Ahearn 301, Ahearn Complex, 3rd floor, Gymnasium door entry
When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. You will need this number to enroll through iSIS.

 


Judo II RRES 200

In Judo II, participants continue to gain understanding of how principles of dynamics are used to gain physical advantage. New and advanced skills are taught along with safety techniques. In preparation for competitive effectiveness, techniques will be tailored to fit the individual's physique.

FALL 2014

RRES 200 Class Number 16660
Date: Aug. 25 - Dec. 11 (M/Th)
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Fee: $328.10
Location: Ahearn 301, Ahearn Complex, 3rd floor, Gymnasium door entry
When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. You will need this number to enroll through iSIS.
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SPRING 2015

RRES 200 Class Number ZCE 16391
Date: Jan. 22- May7 (M/Th)No class March 16 or 19
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Fee: $328.10
Location: Ahearn 301, Ahearn Complex, 3rd floor, Gymnasium door entry
When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. You will need this number to enroll through iSIS.



Women's Self Defense RRES 200

This course takes an holistic approach to self-defense, emphasizing both physical and psychological strategies. This class is designed to improve your awareness, personal safety, and self-confidence. Each class is designed to deal with a different setting such as dating issues, walking alone, car crimes, and home protection. Students will learn basic martial arts skills including jujitsu. No prior martial arts experiences are required. Wear comfortable clothing and athletic shoes.

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FALL 2014

RRES 200 Class Number 16944
Date: Nov 2- 16 (SAT/SUN)
Time: 1:00-4:00 PM
Fee: $328.10
Location: Ahearn 301, Ahearn Complex, 3rd floor, Gymnasium door entry
When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. You will need this number to enroll through iSIS.

SPRING 2015

RRES 200 Class Number ZCQ 16383
Date: Jan. 24 - Feb. 7 (SAT/SUN)
Time: 1:00-4:00 PM
Fee: $328.10
Location: Ahearn 301, Ahearn Complex, 3rd floor, Gymnasium door entry
When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. You will need this number to enroll through iSIS.

RRES 200 Class Number ZCR 16388
Date: Feb. 21 - March. 7 (SAT/SUN)
Time: 1:00-4:00 PM
Fee: $328.10
Location: Ahearn 301, Ahearn Complex, 3rd floor, Gymnasium door entry
When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. You will need this number to enroll through iSIS.

RRES 200 Class Number ZCS 16410
Date: April 18 - May 2 (SAT/SUN)
Time: 1:00-4:00 PM
Fee: $328.10
Location: Ahearn 301, Ahearn Complex, 3rd floor, Gymnasium door entry
When you find the class you are interested in, write down the class number. You will need this number to enroll through iSIS.

 

 

Enroll in these courses through iSIS.

For more information, email ufmcredit@ksu.edu

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