Physical Education (A)

The recognition of the importance of physical activity in the lives of all people underlies the curriculum of the Division of Kinesiology. Every student is encouraged to receive instruction and practice in a variety of lifetime sports and recreational activities. The Kinesiology curriculum is designed with an emphasis in the appreciation and study of human movement, with the goal to educate students for careers in teaching and coaching, athletics administration, recreation, and allied health and wellness programs.

Physical Education Major-Secondary Education
STATE ENDORSEMENT CODE: MB
MTTC TEST CODE: 04433 credits
Required Courses
Human Anat & Phys I (4 credits) 2 4
Human Anat & Phys II (4 credits) 1 3
Teaching Core Activity III (3 credits) 3
Teaching Core Activity IV (3 credits) 4
Exercise Physiology (3 credits) 1 3
Motor Development (3 credits) 2 4
Biomechanics (3 credits) 1 3
Meas/Eval-Health and PE (3 credits) 2 4
Adaptive Phys Educ (3 credits) 4
Curr/Methods-Health (3 credits) 1 3
Physical Education Minor-Secondary Education
STATE ENDORSEMENT CODE: MB
MTTC TEST CODE: 04423 credits
Required Courses
Human Anat & Phys I (4 credits) 2 4
Teaching Core Activity IV (3 credits) 4
Exercise Physiology (3 credits) 2 4
Motor Development (3 credits) 2 4
Biomechanics (3 credits) 4
Adaptive Phys Educ (3 credits) 4
Curr/Methods-Health (3 credits) 1 3