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					                                     A Course of Study for a Major in
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THE MAJOR

Generally Prepares Individuals for: Athletic Training; Coaching; Exercise Physiology; Exercise Science;
Fitness Instructor Training; Kinesiology; Personal Training/Trainer; Sports and Fitness Administration;
Sports Medicine; Umpire/Official Training

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Physical Education (P.E.) is the study of the role of movement in the human body and how it works in sport
activities. Programs in Physical Education are designed to prepare people for jobs in teaching, coaching,
fitness management, officiating, or a combination of these areas. Programs may have emphases in aquatic
sports, teaching, coaching, dance, pre-physical therapy, athletic training, sports medicine recreation, or
fitness management. Physical Education programs are usually found at colleges and universities. They
include bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs. Students who plan to teach Physical Education in
elementary, middle or secondary schools may need certification.


RELATED OCCUPATIONS

        Athletic Instructors                                       Public Health Educators
        Business Education Teachers                                Recreation Leaders
        Elementary School Teachers                                 Recreation Program Directors
        Extreme Sports Athletes                                    Referees and Umpires
        Health Therapists                                          Rodeo Performers
        Jockeys                                                    Secondary School Teachers
        Liberal Arts Teachers                                      Snow Ski Instructors
        Martial Arts Fighters                                      Sports Medicine Specialists
        Professional Athletes                                      Sportscasters
        Professional Ice Skaters                                   Stunt Performers



TYPICAL COURSE WORK

During their freshman and sophomore years, Physical Education students usually take basic liberal arts and
science courses, and some physical activity courses. These courses can be taken at a community college.
During their junior and senior years they usually study human movement and physical education theory.
Students in graduate programs usually specialize in one area of Physical Education. Courses in these
programs include:

        Administration of P.E.                                     Instruction
        Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries                   Kinesiology
        Coaching                                                   Lifesaving and Water Safety
        Evaluation                                                 Measurement and Evaluation
        Exercise Physiology                                        Motor Development
        Exercise Psychology                                        Officiating
        First Aid                                                  Professional Activities
        General Education                                          Recreation
        Human Anatomy and Physiology                               Sports Studies



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Students preparing for teacher certification in Health or Physical Education usually take the following
courses:

         Classroom Management                                        Student Teaching
         Education Media                                             Teaching Methods in P.E/Health
         Educational Psychology                                      Teaching of Reading and Writing
         Social Foundations of Education

Some schools combine Physical Education with health, allowing students to specialize in either. In order to
meet certification requirements to teach both health and Physical Education, a double major may be required.
Physical Education is intellectually more demanding than many students think. Because of the science-based
coursework, there is much more to it than being well-skilled at sports.

TRANSFER
Students planning to Transfer to a four-year college should complete the lower division major requirements
and the general education pattern for the appropriate transfer institution. Citrus College has articulation
agreements for this major with the following UC and CSU’s. Exact major requirements for these and other
UC, CSU’s can be found on WWW.ASSIST.ORG.

University of California
University of California, Davis
A.B. Exercise Biology: BIOL 124 & 125; CHEM 111 & 112; PHYS 111 & 112; PSY 101; MATH 165
B.S. Exercise Biology: add CHEM 210, 211L, 220, 221L; MATH 190, 191’ PHYS 201, 202, 203;

California State University
California Polytechnic University, Pomona
B.S. Kinesiology -Pedagogy: PE 177; BIOL 200 & 201
B.S. Kinesiology -Exercise Science: *Clinical Health Science Track: BIOL 220; PHYS 111 & 112; CHEM
103 or 111 or 114; CHEM 112 or 115; CHEM 210 & 211L; BIOL 210; PE 177; MATH 151; *Human
Performance: BIOL 200 & 201
B.S. Kinesiology- Health Promotion: select from the following tracks*Worksite Heath Promotion Track:
SOC 118; *Health Education Track: BIOL 220; SOC 118; Required Core Courses: PE 177; PSY 102;
BIOL 200, BIOL 201;

California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo
B.S. Kinesiology: select one course from the following: PE 101, 103, 104, 106, 108; PE 171, 172, 177;
MATH 170 or 175; PHYS 111; PSY 103 or MATH 165; BIOL 200 & 201; select from the following tracks:
Clinical Exercise Science; Worksite Commercial Health and Fitness; Health Education Specialist; Teaching;
Individualized Course of Study

California State University, Chico
B.S. Exercise Physiology: BIOL 200, 201; CHEM 111 & 112; PHYS 111; MATH 165 or 165H; PHYS 112
B.A. Kinesiology- Movement Studies Option: BIOL 200 & 201
B.A. Kinesiology- Physical Education Teacher Education Option: BIOL 200 & 201; SPCH 101; POLI 103

California State University, Fullerton
B.S. Kinesiology: BIOL 200 & 201




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California State University, Long Beach
B.S. Kinesiology- Athletic Training: BIOL 200 & 201; CHEM 111; BIOL 210; PHYS 111; PSY 101;
MATH 165 or 165H or PSY 103
B.S. Kinesiology- Exercise Science: BIOL 200 & 201; CHEM 111 & 112; PHYS 111 & 112; PSY 101;
BIOL 105 or 105H or 109; BIOL 124, 125, 210
B.S. Kinesiology- Fitness Option: BIOL 200, 201, 210; PSY 101; PE 104, 106, 142, 143, 144, 146; PE 152
or 154
B.S. Kinesiology- Kinesiotherapy: BIOL 200, 201; PSY 101, 102, 103, 203; PE 142, 143, 144, 104, 106,
B.A. Kinesiology – Physical Education: select from following options: Adapted Physical Education;
Elementary School Physical Education; Secondary School Physical Education
B.S. Kinesiology- Sport Psychology & Coaching: BIOL 200, 201, 210; PSY 101, 102, 103, 203; PE 104,144,
152 or 154

California State University, Los Angeles
B.S. Kinesiology: ENGL 104; BIOL 200, 201, PE 177; MATH 165, 170; PHYS 110; PSY 101; SOC 201;
select one of the following options: Exercise & Human Performance Science; Rehabilitation & Therapeutic
Exercise; Community Leadership; Subject Matter Preparation for Single Subject Teaching Credential

California State University, San Bernardino
B.S. Kinesiology- Exercise Science: BIOL 200 & 201; PE 177; CHEM 111; PHYS 110 or 111; PHYS 201
B.S. Kinesiology-Pedagogy: BIOL 200 & 201
B.S. Kinesiology- Pre- Physical Therapy: BIOL 200, 201, 220; CHEM 111, 112; SPCH 101 or 101H; ENGL
101 or 101H; MATH 162; PSY 101; select one course from the following BIOL 105, 105H, 124 or 124 &
125; ENGL 271 or 272; PHYS 201, 202

California State University, San Diego
B.S. Kinesiology: select from the following options:
Emphasis in Athletic Training BIOL 124, 200; CHEM 111; PHYS 111; PSY 102; SOC 201; MATH 165 or
165H or PSY 203
Emphasis in Fitness, Nutrition & Health: BIOL 105 or 105H, BIOL 200; CHEM 103; PSY 101; SOC 201;
MATH 165 or 165H or PSY 103
Emphasis in Physical Education: BIOL 105 or 105H, BIOL 200; CHEM 103; PSY 101; SOC 201; MATH
165 or 165H or PSY 103
Emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy Kinesiotherapy: BIOL 124, 200; CHEM 111; PHYS 111; PSY 111; SOC
201; MATH 165 or 165H or PSY 103
Pre-Physical Therapy Rehabilitative Science: BIOL 124, 200, 220; CHEM 111 & 112; PHYS 111 & 112;
PSY 101; SOC 201; MATH 165 or 165H or PSY 103




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                                      articulation information.
                              A Course of Study for a Major in
                             Kinesiology-Transfer




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                                  articulation information.

				
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