Dec 09, 2023  
UofM 2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
UofM 2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Physical Education Teacher Education - School Concentration, (B.S.Ed.)

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Physical Education Teacher Education - School Concentration, (B.S.Ed.)

Program objectives for a B.S.Ed. in Physical Education Teacher Education are: (a) to identify critical elements of motor skill performance, and combine motor skills into appropriate sequences for the purpose of improving learning; (b) to demonstrate competent motor skill performance in a variety of physical activities; (c) to describe performance concepts and strategies related to skillful movement and physical activity (e.g., fitness principles, game tactics, skill improvement principles); (d) to describe and apply bioscience (anatomical, physiological, and biomechanical) and psychological concepts to skillful movement, physical activity, and fitness; (e) to understand and debate current physical education/activity issues and laws based on historical, philosophical, and sociological perspectives; (f) to demonstrate knowledge of approved state and national content standards and local program goals in schools and community settings.

*Note: The School Concentration is a Licensure track concentration. In order for the School concentration to result in Residency and teacher licensure, student must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program (TEP).

University General Education Program (41 hours)

See Graduation from the University  for the University General Education Program requirements.

Typical 4-Year Physical Education Teacher Education (School Concentration) Sequence

Freshman Year

First Semester

Second Semester

Year Totals : 32 Hours

Sophomore Year

Junior Year

Senior Year

Total Hours Required for Graduation: 120

*Must satisfy University General Education Program Requirement

** Swimming credit can be substituted with advanced courses in swimming. CPR Certification required for Student Teaching. Course not required but advised.

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