Health & PE Teacher Education (HPETE)
Kinesiology & Rehabilitation Science (KRS)
No, you will need to apply to the Post Bachelors program. The information can be found here PLEASE LINK TO POST BAC PE PAGE
No, the Praxis basic skills and the Praxis content exam are no longer required for certification and completion of the program.
Yes, you will receive your Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science with a license to teach Health and Physical Education at the completion of the program
If you would like certification in K-12 Physical Education, student teaching is two semesters in length. One semester at the elementary level and one semester at the secondary level.
No, there are many areas that you can work in with a B.S. in Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science with an emphasis in physical education. For example, you could run youth sport programming, work at a fitness center, work or run a non-profit organization in relation to physical activity and health, among many other areas of employment