Degrees - Physical Education and Health
Physical Education and Health - Associate of Arts Degree Area of Emphasis
Courses within the Physical Education and Health area provide a background in the study and practice of recreational activities, physical fitness, healthy lifestyle issues, and sports.
Some university majors within this area include Foods and Nutrition, Health, Kinesiology, and Physical Education.
PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Apply major theories and concepts of health, nutrition and fitness to improve one's overall wellness and to guide others to make healthy lifestyle choices.
- Direct, practice and organize sports and recreation activities.
Requirements for the Degree
All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.
Select at least 18 units from the following courses; a minimum of 9 units must be in non-activity courses such as Health Education, Foods and Nutrition, or Exercise Physiology.
Non-activity and Exercise Physiology courses:
- FN C170, C175
- HLTH C100, C175
- PE C189, C190, C190L
- PE C102, C115, C116, C118A, C118B, C119A, C119B, C121A, C121B, C126A, C126B, C169A, C169B
- OR any Physical Education activity course numbered C100 or above
|Subtotal for Area of Emphasis||18.0|
|Total for Degree||60.0|
Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure
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