Students must complete 48 credit hours of upper-division coursework (3000- or 4000-level courses) to meet the Division’s requirement for the B.S. in Physical Education Teacher Education. For any elective coursework, it is recommended that these courses are selected from the Affiliated Options on this page.
In order to advance into the professional program, students must be admitted through a competitive application process. The entry course for admission to the Physical Education Teacher Education (PHET) program is KIN 3012, Teaching Lab 1. To be eligible for the PHET professional program, students must have completed all program course prerequisites and have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.750, preferred GPA of 3.000.
NOTE: Students should complete CPR certification and the certification should remain current throughout the program. Cards can be presented to the division registrar in Corbett 119 to be cleared of the requirement on the degree evaluation.