The program in physical education is designed to provide contemporary information about the beneficial effects of a positive, healthy lifestyle, as well as how to implement and live such a lifestyle. Students receive credit towards graduation for physical education courses (exception: PHED 236). In addition, there will be fitness classes offered throughout the semester. Students are encouraged to participate in fitness classes to meet their personal health, wellness, and fitness needs. Contact the athletic department for further information.
Courses in Physical Education
107.2. Concepts of Fitness and Wellness. Provides cognitive and behavioral skills needed for a healthy lifestyle, based on personal needs, to promote lifetime health, fitness, and wellness. Veterans who have successfully completed Basic Training in any branch of the service receive credit for Physical Education 107.2
236. Health and Safety. For prospective teachers. Aspects of health and safety in the classroom. Topics: safety, child abuse, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, suicide prevention. For junior and senior education students.
190-199, 290-299, 390-399. Special Topics.
381-384. Independent Study.