The Bachelor of Science in K-12 Health and Physical Education program is designed for student-teacher candidates who plan to teach K-12 health, physical education, and coach. Students earning this undergraduate licensure degree will also complete the courses necessary to obtain a K-12 coaching endorsement. Candidates for licensure must complete the program requirements, pass examinations mandated by the state, and pass a criminal background check. The curriculum is 50% online, a mixture of hybrid and face to face formats. Graduates will be skilled at promoting wellness and healthy lifestyles in the K-12 setting.
The K-12 Health and Physical Education program is a 120 hour program, including 45 hours of upper-level courses, and 30 hours in residence. All students must complete the 18-hour educational minor course of study.
This undergraduate licensure degree requires an overall cumulative GPA of 2.75, a C in all content coursework, and the passing of Next Generation Reading exam, Next Generation Math exam, and WritePlacer exam.