Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Hapkido (1 cr)
E147 | 1126 | Staff
One seventy-five minute period four times per week.
Instruction in basic hapkido technique softhrowing, blocking, striking,
locks and self-defense. Students should achieve the technical skill level
yellow belt in hapkido by mid-term and an orange belt by finals.
A. To impart a basic understanding and appreciation for the physical and
philosophical aspects of the martial art hapkido.
B. To provide instruction in rudimentary offensive and defensive techniques.
C. To provide insight into martial arts heritage, customs and etiquette, and
general understanding of hapkido terminology.
D. To develop in the students a positive attitude toward the practice of
and the martial arts.
E. To make the students aware of various self-defense techniques while at
same time stressing the seriousness of any physical conflict.
Students are allowed a maximum of three (3) absences. Upon a fourth absence
the student has three (3) options: 1. receive a grade of F; 2) officially
withdraw from the course;
3) follow an appeal procedure through your instructor and/or the Elective
Your grade in this class will be determined as follows:
1. One written exam (30%)
2. Two skills exams (70%)
If you have any questions about how your grade will be determined please
to contact your instructor.
Each student is required to have a martial arts uniform. No shoes will be
during class time. It is alright to wear socks. Women should wear a
their uniform jacket. You should have your uniform by the start of the
An Introduction to Hapkido by Donald J. Burns