Health & Physical Education: Non-Teaching

Health & Physical Education: Non-Teaching (BS)

The Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education Applied Health and Fitness is for those seeking a bachelor’s degree without licensure to work in community health facilities, etc. The Health and Physical Education major equips candidates with theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of health and physical education, ranging from fitness activities and training to advanced performance science and wellness to the study of the human body as related to the science of human movement and techniques used in community health and fitness organizations and businesses. Administration of health and physical education, including accommodations and modifications for individuals with diverse needs may also be applied. The program requires completion of the Foundational Core, courses in health and physical education core, and additional studies for a minimum of 120 semester hours.

Degree Courses

  • Fitness and Wellness
  • Foundations of Physical Ed
  • Health Education
  • Recreational Activities
  • Principles of Strength & Conditioning
  • Lifetime Sports & Fitness Programming
  • Introduction to Sports Management
  • Sports Law
  • Basic Human Anatomy & Physiology
R. Lee Moore
R. Lee Moore

Head Men's Basketball Coach

Ms. Patti Buchta
Ms. Patti Buchta

Instructor in Health and Physical Education

Kameron Ashabranner
Kameron Ashabranner

Lecturer in Physical Education

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