Tommie Reams, Director of Athletics, Physical Education and Health
This transfer pattern is designed for students planning to transfer to a four-year
college or university with a major in health/physical education but are uncertain
as to the transfer institution. The courses included in this program closely parallel
the first two years of a health/physical education major at many four-year institutions.
This is a transfer program and is designed to enable students to transfer to a four-year college or university. Check with your advisor and the Student Success Center as soon as possible to ensure specific course transferability.
In order for a student to receive a degree in health and physical education, you must complete a bachelor's degree through a four-year university.
Successful completion of this program qualifies a student to apply for an Associate of Science degree in Arts and Sciences - Area of Concentration in Health/Physical Education.
Required Physical Education Courses
|PHED-113||Beginning Weight Training (Co-Ed)|
|PHED-130||Intermediate Weight Training (Co-Ed)|
|PHED-153||Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid|
|PHED-154||Integrated Health and Physical Education|
||Intramural and Sports Officiating
|PHED-204||Introduction to Physical Education|
|PHED-209||Foundations of Training I|
|PHED-210||Foundations of Training II|
|PHED-212||Fundamentals of Health and Physical Education|
Required General Courses
|BIO-101||General Biology I|
|BIO-114||Fundamentals of Nutrition|
|BIO-207||Anatomy and Physiology of the Human I|
||Anatomy and Physiology of the Human II
|ENG-101||English Composition I|
|SOC-101||Introduction to Sociology|
Required Elective Courses
Please consult with your advisor or the Advising Center staff for selecting appropriate elective courses for graduation.
English Elective - 3 credits
Humanities Elective - 3 credits
Mathematic Elective - 3 credits
AREA OF CONCENTRATION
PREPARATION FOR TRANSFER
|FIRST SEMESTER||Credit Hours|
|Biological Science 101 (General Biology I)||4|
|English 101 (English Composition I)||3|
|Physical Education 145 (Personal Wellness)||2|
|Biological Science 114 (Fundamentals of Nutrition)||3|
|Physical Education 154 (Integrated Health and Physical Education)||3|
|Psychology 101 (General Psychology)||3|
|Speech 101 (Speech Communication)||3|
|Biological Science 207 (Anatomy and Physiology of the Human I)||4|
|Physical Education 113 (Beginning Weight Training (Co-Ed))||1|
|Physical Education 153 (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and First Aid)||2|
|Physical Education 203 (Intramurals and Sports Officiating)||3|
|Physical Education 204 (Introduction to Physical Education)||3|
|Physical Education 209 (Foundations of Training I)||3|
|Biological Science 208 (Anatomy and Physiology of the Human II)||4|
|Physical Education 130 (Intermediate Weight Training (Co-Ed))||1|
|Physical Education 210 (Foundations of Training II)||3|
|Physical Education 212 (Fundamentals of Health and Physical Education)||3|
|Sociology 101 (Introduction to Sociology)||3|
|Total Credit Hours:||60|
PROGRAM NOTE: Students interested in teaching Physical Education should take Education 100, 201 and 204 as electives.
NOTE: All courses specifically identified by course number are graduation requirements for this program.