Health and Physical Education (B.S.E.)
After completing a series of activity and content classes, students have the opportunity to complete methods of teaching classes in each of four settings (elementary, secondary, and adapted physical education and health education) prior to student teaching.
Student complete student teaching practicum in both an elementary and a secondary (middle or high school) setting.
Graduates of the program are well-prepared for teaching in urban schools and make a difference in the lives of their students.
Course description and classes
Barbara Greene, M.Ed.
|Jacalyn Lund, Ph.D.||Mike Metzler, Ph.D.|
|Rachel Gurvitch, Ed.D.||Deborah Shapiro, Ph.D.|
|Shannon Williams, Ph.D.|
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