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17.1 Bachelor of Education (Secondary Curriculum) Program (BEd) - Physical Education teaching area

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17.0 School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education

The School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education does not permit students to gain EPHE course credit by course challenge and does not normally grant permission to officially audit EPHE courses.

17.1 Bachelor of Education (Secondary Curriculum) Program (BEd) - Physical Education teaching area

For detailed information about the five year Bachelor of Education (secondary curriculum) Program - Physical Education teaching area, please refer to 14.0.

Admission Requirements

The requirements for admission to the secondary program with a physical education teaching area are:

  1. admissibility to the university
  2. at least 12 units of credit that include:
  3. a sessional grade-point average (GPA) of at least 3.0 on the most recent session and, if that session is less than 12 units, a grade-point average of at least 3.0 on the most recent 12 units (determined by using a combination of the GPA achieved in the current session and the GPA from the previous session applied to the number of units required to reach the 12 unit minimum. Achieving the minimum GPA for the program does not ensure acceptance.
  4. Approval of the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education. Note that an admission score, based 30% on an interview and 70% on GPA, is used when admitting students to this teaching area.

All requirements for admission must be completed by April 30 and documented by May 31.

The quota established for the teaching areas of physical education is 40, therefore, the faculty cannot guarantee that all qualified candidates will be accepted. Accepted candidates will be notified as early as possible, but final acceptance may not be until mid-June. Students are selected for entry into the program for the following September.

Recommended Sequence of EPHE courses (refer to 14.3 for other program requirements) - to avoid timetable conflicts in years three and four, students should follow the recommended sequence of courses shown below:

Year 1
Four of EPHE 104-1371 2.0
EPHE 141 1.5
EPHE 143 1.5
Year 2
Four of EPHE 104-1371 2.0
EPHE 201 1.5
EPHE 241B 1.5
EPHE 245 1.5
EPHE 246 1.5
Year 3
Three of EPHE 104-1371 1.5
EPHE 344 1.5
EPHE 346 1.5
EPHE 352 1.5
EPHE 360 1.5
One of EPHE 461A-M 0.5
Year 4
EPHE 361 1.5
EPHE 443 1.5
EPHE 452 1.5
One of EPHE 342, 347, 348, 351, 355, 357, 441, 445, 449, 4552 1.5
Total Year 1 to 4 27.0
Year 5
EPHE 764 1.5

1. Students should note that each skill performance and analysis course (EPHE 104-137) is scheduled for 24 hours of instruction. Students should also refer to Credit for Skill Performance and Analysis Courses. Students should make every effort to take EPHE 106, 107, 120 and 122 before third year.

Students must take:

2. Must have the prerequisites for course selected.

3. Students must possess their Bronze Medallion Certificate or take EPHE 105. Bronze Medallion Certificates must be provided to the teacher education advising office.

A second teaching area is required (see Approved Second Teaching Areas Requirements). PE may not be combined with theatre.

The number of units required for each teaching area varies from 15 to 30.5 units. If the combined units of the chosen teaching area's total is less than 48, the student will take additional electives to make up the difference.

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