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2008-2009 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
2008-2009 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Physical Education and Health

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Department of Physical Education and Health, Betsy Silva (Chair), Associate Professor of Physical Education/K-12 Pedagogy
Elizabeth Buck, Instructor/Assistant Athletic Trainer
Patrick Fackrell, Instructor of PE/Assistant Football Coach
James Hesson, Professor of Human Anatomy and Physiology
Sunhwi Kim, Assistant Professor of Physical Education Pedagogy
Sandra Klarenbeek, Instructor of Health Education
Jay Long, Instructor of PE/Assistant Football Coach
Christine McCart, Instructor of Outdoor Education
Mark Nore, Assistant Professor of PE/Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Paul Sather, Assistant Professor of PE/Head Men’s Basketball Coach
Rob Schurrer, Professor of Wellness Management
John Scott, Assistant Professor of PE/Head Football Coach
Tony Silva, Assistant Professor of PE/Athletic Trainer
Scott Walkinshaw, Assistant Professor of PE/Head Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Track Coach

Physical Education

The Basic Instruction Program - The Division of Physical Education and Health provides a variety of opportunities to develop skill and personal health-related fitness in both traditional and nontraditional activities and sports. Physical Education majors and minors must complete the Activity Placement Test in PE 180 and remediate weaknesses prior to admittance to Professional Preparation: Skills Concepts Lecture and Lab. This test is offered through the Foundations of HPER class (PE 180).

The Physical Education Major, accompanied by the optional Health Endorsement, integrates the teacher certification requirements for physical education and health education, enabling students to teach both subject areas, K-12 grades. Students entering the major must complete an activity placement test (skill and knowledge) and remediate weaknesses prior to admittance to the core courses.

Two semester hours in health-fitness, Wellness for Life/Lab, WEL 100/L, are mandatory for all students enrolled at BHSU. Students who have successfully completed Military Basic Training can take their DD-214 to the Registrar’s Office and receive 4 hours of credit for WEL 100, WEL 100L, HLTH 251, & PE 100.

The drop/add deadline for classes taught in the 5-week blocks shall be the day following the first class meeting.

Health & Fitness Activities

Team Activities

Lifetime Skill Activities


* A facility/equipment fee is charged for these classes.

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