School of Education Minors & Certifications
Adapted Physical Education is physical education which has been adapted or modified, so that it is as appropriate for the person with a disability as it is for a person without a disability. Students interested in earning the adapted physical education license must complete the physical education major in addition to the adapted physical education coursework, PEX 400, 401, 415, 445, 460 and Education 351.
The Health Education minor is designed to meet the needs of students who are interested in teaching health to school-aged children. The minor provides students with the content, practicum, and curriculum classes that are required for the state 910 add-on certification. Students who have the add-on certification will be certified to teach health for the age levels associated with their primary teaching license.
A coaching career engages people in a profession that helps
young people develop their physical and mental abilities through sports
and games in voluntary athletic programs. Athletic programs located in
schools, community recreation centers, YMCAs, or private sports
organizations, help individuals become leaders of tomorrow and achieve
success through teamwork to become the best they can be. The coaching certificiate is a 12 credit program that consists of COAC 190, 200, 372 and 398.