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2020-2021 Catalog 
2020-2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Physical Education Teacher Education, B.S.

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Professors: Jeffrey Armstrong, Marita Cardinal, Brian Caster, Gay Timken
Associate professor: Jennifer Taylor-Winney
Assistant professor: Laura Ellingson-Sayen


To maximize individual and professional development in health and movement science and to promote healthy lifestyles and communities.

Learning Outcomes

Relative to physical activity, physical fitness and motor skill development programs, candidates will:

  1. Plan effective strategies, interventions and programs based on assessment of individual and community needs.
  2. Implement and evaluate strategies, interventions and programs.
  3. Coordinate, communicate and advocate for research-based practices.

Total Credits: 70


BI 234 , BI 235 , and BI 236 , Human Anatomy and Physiology, are prerequisites to several major required and elective courses. See course descriptions for specific prerequisites.

This major does not lead to a physical education teacher education degree but may lead to an education degree following the completion of the professional education core in the College of Education. Requirements for admission into education programs can be obtained from the College of Education.

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