UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Health and Physical Education Major

Health and Physical Education Major

General Education Requirements - 38 Credits

As listed with the following exceptions:
M, all but TED 323
SL, BIOL 150
S, PHYS 114
MD, TED 422
EC, ESM 105
HW, HEAL 269; one activity course must be PE 131

Major Requirements - 105 Credits

Required

Required Courses: 21 Credits

P ED 161 Intro. to Health and Human Performance 3 cr. 
P ED 172 Instructional Strategies 1 1 cr.
P ED 243 Motor Learning and Development 3 cr.
P ED 300 Adapted Physical Education 3 cr.
P ED 305 Developmental and Adapted Physical Education 3 cr.
P ED 354 Biomechanics 3 cr.
P ED 372 Instructional Strategies II 2 cr.
P ED 455 Organization and Administration of Physical Education 3 cr.

Activity

Activity Courses: 20 Credits

P ED 230 Rhythms and Educational Gymnastics 3 cr.
P ED 265 Physical Activities I 3 cr.
P ED 266 Physical Activities II 3 cr.
P ED 275 Leadership in School-Based Adventure Education 3 cr.
P ED 395 Water Safety Instructor 3 cr.
EXSS 266 Aerobic Exercise Leadership 2 cr.
EXSS 465 Scientific Principles of Strength and Conditioning 3 cr.

Health

Health: 25 Credits

SFED 212 First Aid/CPR Instructor 1 cr.
HEAL 262 Applied Anatomy and Exercise Physiology 3 cr.
HEAL 269 Wellness 3 cr.
HEAL 315 Nutrition 3 cr.
HEAL 330 Safe and Emotionally Healthy Schools and Communities 2 cr.
HEAL 350 Community Health 3 cr.
HEAL 460 Teaching of Family Life and Sexuality Education 3 cr.
HEAL 467 Measurement, Evaluation, Assessment 3 cr.
ESM 105 Environmental Studies
or ESM 300 Environmental Education 3 cr.

Education

Professional Education: 38 Credits

TED 212 Educational Psychology 5 cr.
TED 252 Multicultural Education 3cr.
TED 420 School and Society 3 cr.
TED 422 Content Area Literacy in Middle/Secondary School 3 cr.
TED 425 Techniques of Elementary Education Physical Education 3 cr.
TED 429 Techniques of Health Education 3 cr.
TED 435 Techniques of Middle/Secondary Education: Physical Ed. 3 cr.
TED 475 Student Teaching: K-12 12 cr.
SPED 330 The Exceptional Child 3 cr.

Department of Health and Human Performance

111 Karges Center
715-425-3705
www.uwrf.edu/HHP/

Chair-Joe O'Kroy, Jeff Berkhof, Rob Confessore, Matt Ebner, Ken Ecker, Gary Eloranta, Patti Ford, Steve Freeman, Stacy Furness, James Gostomski, Cindy Holbrook, Faye Perkins, Robert Ritzer, Jodee Schaben, Paul Shirilla, Matt Walker, Jake Wissing

In addition to the health and physical education major, the health and human performance department offers majors in Exercise and Sport Science and Health and Wellness Management.

Students from all disciplines are encouraged to enjoy the opportunities provided through minors in health, coaching, or outdoor education

An adapted physical education minor is also available for students seeking K-12 physical education certification or for teachers who are already certified in K-12 physical education. it is highly encouraged for undergraduates to obtain the adapted physical education minor