Teacher Education Grades 5-8

Required courses include:
BIOL 107 - Human Biology
BIOL 168 - Introduction to Mammalian Anatomy and Physiology I
BIOL 169 - Introduction to Mammalian Anatomy and Physiology II
PHED 243 - Socio- Psychological Perspective of Physical Activities*
PHED 244 - Philosophical- Historical Perspective of Physical Activites*
PHED 326 - Kinesiology*
PHED 327 - Physiology of Muscular Activity*
PHED 337 - Organiztion and Adminstration of Physical Activities*
PHED 110 - Advanced Aquatics I (Lifeguarding)*
PHED 175 -Introduction to Teaching Physical Activites*
PHED 210 - Lab Analysis: Aquatics Activities*
PHED 211 - Lab Analysis: Football- Basketball*
PHED 212 - Lab Analysis: Soccer- Volleyball*
PHED 213 - Lab Analysis: Track and Field- Softball- Baseball*
PHED 214 - Lab Analysis: Lifetime Sports (Golf and Tennis)*
PHED 215 - Lab Analysis: Lifelong Leisure Activities (Camping and Dance)*
PHED 216 - Lab Analysis: Fundamentals and Principles of Movement, Fitness, and Nutrition*
PHED 331 - Motor Behavior*
PHED 350 - Curriculum and Assessment of Physical Activities*
PHED 490 - Senior Project
EDUC 203 -Human Development*
EDUC 242- Professional Principles*
EDUC 282 -Instructional Technology*
EDUC 295 - Multicultural Field Experience*
EDUC 348 -Classroom Discipline and Instruction*
EDUC 353 - Intergrated Methods in the Elementary School: Health and Physical Education*
EDUC 445 - Professional Issues in Education
EDUC 470 -Clinical Practice and Student Teaching I
EDUC 471 - Clinical Practice and Student Teaching II
EDUC 472 - Student Teaching Seminar
PSYC 100 -General Psychology*
RDNG 376 - Content Area Literacy*
SOCI 210 - Human Diversity*
SPED 207 - Exceptionalities and Diversities*
PHED 333 - Adapted and Therapeutic Physical Activities* or SPED 208 -The Special Education Process*

To be recommended for certification, a student must also complete the courses in the Professional Education Requirements described in the Education section of the catalogue and on the department's website or on the advising sheets located in the Department of Education.


* These courses are prerequisites to student teaching.