Requirements for a Major in Health, Physical Education and Driver Education (Add On): (PK-12)

Licensure in Health, Physical Education and Driver Education (Add On) includes all grade levels (PK-12).

In addition to the general education requirements, the following courses are required:

  Semester Hours
PE 303, Elementary School Physical Education 3
PE 304, Secondary School Physical Education 3
PE 306, Foundations of Traffic Safety 3
PE 307, Principles and Methods of Driver Education 3
PE 315, Physiology of Activity 3
PE 320, Kinesiology 3
PE 351, Adapted Physical Education 3
PE 415, Motor Learning 3
PE 416, Issues in the Administration of Physical Education and Sports 3
PE 444, Research Methods in Physical Education 3
HTH 110, Contemporary Health Problems 3
HTH 200, First Aid and Safety 3
HTH 220, Health and Fitness for the 21st Century 4
BIO 101, Introduction to Biology 4
BIO 204 or 205, Human Anatomy and Physiology 4
Physical Education Activity Courses 14
(Courses must be selected from individual, dual, and team sports.)  
Total 62

Sample Four-Year Course Sequence for Health, Physical Education and Driver Education (Add On) with Teaching Licensure (PK-12)

Freshman Year: Junior Year:
BIO 101, Introduction to Biology ED 322, Educational Psychology
HTH 110, Contemporary Health Problems ED 334, Content Reading and Language Development
PE Activity Course ED 378 and 379, Elementary PK-6 Curriculum and
TH 103, Introduction to Human Communications Teaching Assistant: Elementary PK-6 Education
  ED 474, Secondary/PK-12 Curriculum
  ED 478, Teaching Assistant: Secondary/PK-12 Education
  PE 306, Foundations of Traffic Safety
  PE 307, Principles and Methods of Driver Education
  PE 320, Kinesiology
  PE 351, Adapted Physical Education
  PE 415, Motor Learning
  PE Activity Courses (2)
   
Sophomore Year: Senior Year:
BIO 204 or 205, Human Anatomy and Physiology PE 303, Elementary School Physical Education
ED 290, Foundations of Education PE 304, Secondary School Physical Education
HTH 200, First Aid and Safety PE 416, Issues in the Administration of Physical Education and Sports
HTH 220, Health and Fitness for the 21st Century PE 444, Research Methods in Physical Education
HIS 201 or 202, United States History I or United States History II PE Activity Courses (2)
PE 315, Physiology of Activity ED 406, Instruction in Secondary/PK-12 Education
PE Activity Courses (2) ED 489, Directed Teaching in Secondary/PK-12 Education
PSY 205, Developmental Psychology