Physical Education--Health

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Program Coordinator: Elizabeth Wuorinen

Associate Professor Elizabeth Wuorinen, Assistant Professor Thomas Roberge, Instructor Tanjian Liang

Minor in Physical Education: Health

Physical Education majors can declare a Concentration in Health.

This concentration or minor is designed to add depth and breadth to a student's education in health and wellness, develop healthy lifelong patterns, and increase the marketability of graduates. Students must complete:

All courses must be passed with a grade of C or higher.

Licensure in Health Education

Physical Education majors seeking Licensure in Health Education must take:

Health Minor

PE 161Physical Fitness & Wellness Assessment3
PE 260Personal and Community Health3
BI 253Foods and Nutrition4
Select three of the following:9-12
Introductory Microbiology4
Environmental and Food Microbiology4
Pathophysiology in Sports Medicine4
Foundations in Health Education4
Physiology of Exercise4
Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries4
Drugs and Society3
Introduction to Psychology3
Developmental Psychology3
Adolescent Psychology3-4
Total Credits19-22

Assistant professor

Amanda Tepfer
Assistant Professor


JoLynn Ostler
Adjunct Instructor