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Major Areas of Study: PHYSICAL EDUCATION

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Course Offerings and Major/Minor Requirements

Course Offerings
By number with credit-hours in parenthesis.
For more information on a specific course, visit the department web site.

101. Concepts of Wellness (1)
102-140. Physical Education Service Courses (1)
151; 251; 351; 451. Practica (1)
203. Foundations of Athletic Skills: Individual (3)
204. Foundations of Athletic Skills: Team (3)
215: Sports Medicine (3)
220. Lifeguarding/Water Safety Instructor (2)
230. PADI Scuba Diver Certification (1)
250. Water Safety Instructor (4)
310. First Aid (3)
319. Motor Learning and Adaptive Physical Education for Early Childhood (3)
321. Motor Learning and Adaptive Physical Education for Middle Childhood (3)
338. Kinesiology (3)
341. Principles of Physical Education, Evaluation and Measurements (3)
355. Sports Ethics (3)
416. Teaching Physical Education Activities (4)
418. Coaching Team Sports (4)
423. Camping and Recreation (1)
450. Independent Elective (1-3)
470. Administration, Organization and Supervision of Health and Physical Education Programs (3)
490. Student Teaching Seminar (1)

Major Requirements (31 credit hours)

  • Physical Education 149, 203, 204 (substitute for two activities required for graduation), 310, 338, 341, 416, 418, HLSC 131
  • Electives: Two hours of Physical Education above the 100-level

Minor Requirements (15 hours)

  • Physical Education courses at the 200 level or above with at least 3 hours at the 300- or 400-level

Teacher Licensure Requirements

  • Multi-age licensure, grades Pre-K through 12 (ages 3-21)
  • Adolescent/Young Adult licensure, for grades 7-12 (ages 12-21)
  • Physical education majors seeking multi-age licensure, ages 3 through 21, in physical education and also athletic training certification may exceed 40 hours in Physical Education by 6 hours.
  • Contact the education department for specific course requirements.

NOTE: Major/minor requirements are in addition to the Liberal Arts Essentials (LAE), which are required of all students to graduate.

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