Major: Physical Education
Concentration: Physical Education (K-12)
Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Education
Prerequisites (24 credits)
EDF1005 Intro to Teaching Profession (3 Credits)
  • Acceptable substitute: EDFX005
EDF2085 Intro to Diversity Educators (3 Credits)
  • Acceptable substitutes: EDFX085, EDG 2701
EME2040 Intro to Tech for Educators (3 Credits)
  • Acceptable substitute: EMEX040
BSC2085C Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4 Credits)
BSC2086C Human Anatomy & Physiology II (4 Credits)
  • Acceptable substitute for BSC2086C is PETX622
SELECT 4-5 CREDIT HOURS
of Skill Development Courses in Physical Activities from the following prefixes: PEM/PEN/PEL/PEO/PEP/PEQ (Must be in different sports.)
CHOOSE 3 credit hours from below:
Conditioning, Fitness and Wellness courses
  • PEM 1131 Weight Training
  • PEM 1930 Aerobic Dance
  • PEN 2172 Fitness Swimming
  • PEM 1104 Physical Conditioning
Additional Diversity (6 credits)
Select six semesters hours with an international or diversity focus. This requirement may be satisified by the completion of the general education or free elective requirements during the first sixty semester hours. Foreign language courses may be used to meet this requirement. See an academic advisor prior to enrolling in these courses.
SELECT_ 6 HOURS FROM THE FOLLOWING:
  • CPO 3123 (FC) Pol/Soc of Britain & Ireland
  • CPO 4034 Third World Politics
  • ECO 3703 International Trade
  • ECO 4504 Public Finance
  • ECO 4723 International Monetary System
  • FIN 4604 International Finance
  • GEO 2420 CD-Cultural Geography
  • HSC 4141 Etiology: Addiction
  • HSC 4160 Human Dev Health Beh Adc
  • HSC 4563 Dimens: Hlth Older Adu
  • MAR 4156 International Marketing
  • MUH 2018 Evolution of Jazz
  • MUH 3055 (FC) Afr Am Mus Heritage
  • PET 4640 Adapted Phys Educ
  • PHH 3100 Ancient Philosophy
  • PHH 3120 (FC) Greek Experience
  • PHH 3400 Modern Philosophy
  • PHH 3500 19th Century Philosophy
  • PHH 3811 Philosophy/Zen Buddhism
  • PHH 4601 20th Century Cont Philosophy
  • PHH 3860 (FC) Japanese Mind
  • REL 2300 CD-Comparative Religion
  • REL 3145 Woman Relg Wst Exper
  • REL 3213 Hebrew Bible/Old Testament
  • REL 3310 Asian Religions
  • REL 3330 Religions of India
  • REL 3443 Liberation Theology
  • SOP 3742 CD-Pysch of Women
  • SYD 3700 CD-Race/Cult Minority or ANT/ASH/EUH/LAH/CLT/ENL/LIT/INR/CLP/EED/EEX/EHD/ ELD/EMR/SPA/ARH/FOL/FRE/FRT/FRW/JPN/LAS/SPN/SPT/SPW except ARH 3423, ARH 3470, ARH 3930, ARH 4710, ARH 4724, ARH 4800 and INR 4334.
Foundation (6 credits)
CHOOSE PET 2351C or APK 3110C
TSL4324 TESOL for Content Area Teacher (3 Credits)
Core Requirements (28 credits)
.
EDF3945 Field Laboratory I (2-4 Credits)
EDF3946 Field Laboratory II (2-4 Credits)
EDG3323 The Learning Process (3 Credits)
EDF4444 Assessment of Learn/Behavior (3 Credits)
RED3333 Content Area Reading (3 Credits)
EDG4410 Classroom Managment Commun (3 Credits)
PET4945L Student Teaching (12 Credits)
Major Requirements (31 credits)
PE02004 Theory/Practice in Coaching
PEO3106 Fitness Education (3 Credits)
PET3311 Kinesiology and Motor Behavior (3 Credits)
PET3434 Teaching Movement (3 Credits)
PET3641 Cur Mth K12 and Adpt PE (3 Credits)
PET3820 Teaching Sport Skill (3 Credits)
PET4401 Admin Physical Education/Sport (3 Credits)
SELECT ONE PHYSICAL ED ELECTIVE
from the following list of prefixes:
PEL, PEN, PEO, PEP, PEQ, PEM, PET, HSC
SELECT_ 1 Health Elective
.
from the following:
  • HSC 2100 Personal Health Issues & Problems
  • HSC 3555 Diseases: Prevention, Intervention & Treatment
  • HSC 4133 Sexuality Education
  • HSC 4134 Mental/Emotional Health Education
  • HSC 4150 Substance Abuse & Violence Prevention
  • HUN 2201 Basic Principles of Nutrition
  • PEP 4135 Principles of Strength & Conditioning
  • PET 3080 Physical Activity & Health
  • PET 4550 Physical Fitness Assessment & Exercise Prescri
  • PET 2622 Care/Prevention of Sport Injuries (must take if
  • not taken as a lower level prerequisite)
48 Upper Level Hours (48 credits)
To graduate with a Bachelor's degree from the College of Education and Human Services, you must earn a minimum of 48 upper level credits out of a minimum 120 degree applicable required credit hours.
48HOURS 48 upper level hours