Bachelor of Physical Education

A degree program that focuses on the study of physical activity and its effects on health and wellness. The program covers various areas such as exercise physiology, kinesiology, sports psychology, and biomechanics. Students gain practical experience through coaching practicums, sports clinics, and other hands-on learning opportunities.

Program Educational Objectives

Graduates of Bachelor of Physical Education are expected to attain the following within 3 to 5 years after graduation:

  1. Demonstrate work effectiveness, and commendable skills in the performance of varied physical activities.
  2. Exhibit flexibility and adaptability to different physical settings like school, sports, and recreation.
  3. Plan, organize, and implement safe and effective physical activity programs to address the needs of individual and groups in school and non-school setting.
  4. Use appropriate assessments tools to evaluate the learning and performance of students and clients.
  5. Uses appropriate pedagogy through the aid of information, media and technology for lifelong learning.
  6. Conduct inter-disciplinary research and community service, extension activities for the benefit of the community.

Program Outcomes

A Bachelor of Physical Education graduate should be able to:

  1. apply scientific and evidence-based practices critical to the educational and learning process.
  2. demonstrate skillful performance in a variety of physical activities.
  3. adapt performance to a variety of physical activity settings: (e.g. formal classes, recreational, competitive)
  4. critically examine the curriculum (e.g. content pedagogy and assessments) program, and enhance (innovate) them necessarily.
  5. plan and implement safe and effective physical activity programs to address the needs of the individual in school/or industry settings.
  6. monitor and evaluate physical activity programs in school and/or non-school settings.
  7. use appropriate assessments in, as and for student or client learning.
  8. use information, media and technology in pedagogy and for
    lifelong learning.
  9. promote the advancement of the profession.
  10. pursue lifelong learning for personal and professional development.
  11. communicate effectively with PE practitioners, other professionals, and stakeholders.
  12. use oral, written, and technology formats deftly.