PE 495

Health and Physical Education Seminar

This is a capstone course for Bachelor of Science in Physical Education/General majors. It includes a comprehensive exit examination, career preparation activities, the exploration of opportunities for advanced student, synthesis activities (including service learning) and research practices in health and physical education. Important to the field of exercise science, focusing on research methods is essential to remaining competitive in today’s job market and acceptance into graduate school. Prerequisite: Senior status and a declared major in Physical Education (PEGEN). Credit, 3 hours.

NOTE: Internship will not be approved until all necessary completed forms are in the student’s file. Students who attempt to begin an Internship without going through the appropriate process will receive an automatic administrative drop from the course, regardless of how many hours may have been accrued.