Faculty: Tom Raunig, Ed.D.
The health and physical education teaching major program at the University allows the student to prepare for a career as a physical education instructor or coach in the school system.
Health and Physical Education Minor/Major Program Outcomes
Students who earn a major in Health and Physical Education will be able to:
- Demonstrate dispositions and skills which facilitate cooperation and collaboration among other educators, staff, and community, so as to implement a comprehensive school health education program, along with other components of a coordinated school health program.
- Examine a variety of movement strategies and formulate fitness programs to become skillful, lifelong movers and improve overall wellness.
- Formulate, select, and apply, strategies of health literacy, physical literacy, and health science as a means to create, manage, evaluate, assess, and implement developmentally appropriate instruction for multidimensional wellness education.
- Evaluate and interpret the overall effectiveness of K-12 health enhancement, intramural, extramural, and community wellness programs.
Health and Physical Education Major (B.A.)
|BIO 103||STRUCT & FUNC OF HUMAN BODY||4|
|EDU 200||INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION||3|
|EDU 244||INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY||2|
|EDU 260||MULTICULTURAL AND AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION||3|
|EDU 290||EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY||3|
|EDU 315||CURRICULUM DESIGN AND ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING||2|
|EDU 325||Classroom Communities and Management||2|
|EDU 338||TEACHING READING: CONTENT AREA||2|
|EDU 462||FIELD EXPERIENCE ELEMENTARY||2|
|EDU 472||FIELD EXPERIENCE MIDDLE SCHL||2|
|EDU 489||STUDENT TEACHING SEMINAR||2|
|EDU 490||STUDENT TEACHING||10|
|HPE 188||PERSONAL HEALTH||3|
|HPE 215||PE, REC, FITNESS & SPT MGMT||3|
|HPE 230||ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION||2|
|HPE 300||STRATS IN HEALTH ENHANCEMENT||3|
|HPE 305||HEALTH CURRICULUM PLANNING||1|
|HPE 312||MTHD IN PHYS EDUC AND SPORT||3|
|HPE 315||KINESIOLOGY & BIOMECHANICS||3|
|HPE 330||ASSESSMENT AND TESTING||2|
|HPE 485||PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE||3|
|EXS 201||SAFETY, FIRST AID, & CPR||2|
|EXS 202||RACQUET AND INDIVIDUAL SPORTS||2|
|or EXS 203||TEAM SPORTS|
|Sports Science/Social Science Elective:||3|
|Sports Management/Coaching Electives:||4|
|Total Credits Required:||74|
|EXS 110||INTRO TO EXERCISE SCIENCE||3|
|EXS 233||SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT||3|
|EXS 260||SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY||3|
|EXS 275||EXERCISE AND SPORTS NUTRITION||3|
|EXS 340||ETHICS, LAW & HLTH/FTNS PROFSN||3|
|HPE 405||PREV & CARE-ATH INJURIES||3|
|EXS 223||YOUTH SPORTS||3|
|EXS 315||EVENT AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT||3|
|EXS 333||Sport Marketing, Media, and Public Relations||3|
|EXS 350||COACHING CERTIFICATION||2|
|EXS 412||EXERCISE PRESCRIPTION II||3|
|HPE 252||MOA OFFICIATING CERT COURSE||1|