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Contract Option

120 credits

Upon approval of the Chair of the Department of Health and Human Performance and the advisor, students may graduate with a BS in Physical Education (Contract Option). Students must have completed a minimum of 50 credits in order to select this Option.


Degree Requirements

Credits

Courses required for the Option are shown in boldface.
PE 2735 Motor Development 3
PE 3570 Kinesiology 3
PE 3580 Physiology of Exercise 3
PE 3720 Motor Learning 3
HE 2500 First Aid and CPR/AED 1.5
HE 3220 Applied Nutrition for Healthy Living (TECO) 3
HE 3660 CPR and First Aid Instructor 1.5
Group A - complete one course from the following: 1-3
AP 2010 Foundations of Adventure Education
AT 1010 Introduction to Athletic Training
HE 2300 Principles of Health
PE 2550 Foundations of Physical Education (TECO)
PE 2755 Introduction to Exercise Science
Professional Skills and Activity-based courses - complete 9.5 credits of 1000/2000 level Physical Education or Adventure Education courses, with minimally three courses (4.5 credits) from the following [not PEDI]: 9.5
PE 2428 Flexibility, Core, and Balance Training
PE 2525 Group Exercise Leadership
PE 2640 Burdenko Conditioning
PE 2740 Water Exercise Techniques
PE 2831 Resistance Training Techniques
Upper-level Health and Human Performance courses - complete 15 credits of 3000/4000 level Adventure Education [not APDI] or Athletic Training [not ATDI] or Coaching [not CCDI] or Health Education [not HEDI] or Physical Education courses [not PEDI] 15
BI 2110 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 3
BI 2120 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 3
BI 2130 Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory I 1
BI 2140 Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory II 1
Quantitative Reasoning in the Discipline Connection - complete one of the following: 3
AT 4200 Research and Statistics in Athletic Training (QRCO) (WRCO)
CH 2335 General Chemistry I (QRCO)
MA 2300 Statistics I (QRCO)
PE 3565 Measurement and Assessment in Physical Education (QRCO) (WRCO)
Writing in the Discipline Connection - complete one of the following: 3
AP 3320 Adventure Education Philosophy and Theory (WRCO)
AT 3350 Athletic Training Health, Prevention, and Management (WECO) (WRCO)
AT 4200 Research and Statistics in Athletic Training (QRCO) (WRCO)
HE 3240 Health Promotion Planning and Evaluation (WRCO)
PE 3565 Measurement and Assessment in Physical Education (QRCO) (WRCO)
PE 4840 Research Methods in Exercise Science (WRCO)
General Education:
EN 1200 Composition 3
IS 1111 The First Year Seminar: Critical Thinking and the Nature of Inquiry 3
MA Mathematics Foundations 3
CTDI Creative Thought Directions 6
PPDI Past and Present Directions 6
SSDI Self and Society Directions 6
DICO Diversity Connection 3
GACO Global Awareness Connection 3
INCO Integration Connection 3
WECO Wellness Connection 3
Electives 23.5-21.5

Students who have a valid certification from professional organizations do not have to take HE2500 and/or HE3660. Students must present evidence of current certification. Students must take another course(s) for 1.5 credits or more offered by the Department of Health and Human Performance to replace HE2500 and/or HE3660.

*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.