This major prepares students to be recommended by the Concordia College department of education for Minnesota licensure to teach physical education in grades K-12. To be eligible to complete this major, the student must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program.
The requirements for a major in physical education are 68 credits:
|Physical Education Courses|
|BIOL 101||General Biology 1||4|
|HLTH 141||Personal and Social Health 1||4|
|HLTH 143||First Aid and CPR: Emergency Response 1||2|
|PED 200||Foundations in Physical Education||2|
|PED 230||Motor Development||2|
|PED 251||Adapted Physical Education||2|
|PED 255||Teaching Motor Skills||4|
|PED 301||Elementary Physical Education||2|
|PED 317||Teaching Assistant in Physical Education||1|
|PED 320||Curriculum and Assessment in Physical Education||4|
|FND 321||Nutrition 1||4|
|PED 362||Fitness Assessment and Technology||2|
|EDUC 321||Methods of Teaching in PE (required methods of teaching course)||4|
|Successful completion of the Secondary/K-12 curriculum coursework||31|
Students double majoring in physical education and health education are allowed to double count BIOL 101 General Biology, HLTH 141 Personal and Social Health and HLTH 143 First Aid and CPR: Emergency Response, and FND 321 Nutrition.
Degree and Graduation Requirements
In addition to the program-specific requirements listed above, all students must complete the graduation requirements specified for their degree. See the Degree and Graduation Requirements section for more information.