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Associate of Science

First Year

  Course Title Credits
  PEAC 1295 Individual Exercise Programs 1
  KIN 1006*  Fitness Component: Flexibility 2
  KIN 1100 Kinesiology: The Science of Human Movement 3
GenEd: CS COLS 1000 Introduction to College Success: First-Year Seminar 3
GenEd: CW ENGL 1010*+ English I: Composition 3
GenEd: QR MATH 1400+ -OR HIGHER- College Algebra 3
      Semester Credits 15
  Course Title Credits
  PEPR 1470 PETE Practicum I 1
  KIN 1007* Fitness Component: Cardiovascular Endurance 2
  HLED 1006* Personal Health 3
  HLTK 1210 Human Body Systems 
GenEd: CV CO/M 2010* Public Speaking 3
GenEd: LAB BIOL 1010* General Biology 4
      Semester Credits 16

Second Year

  Course Title Credits
  PEPR 2470* PETE Practicum II 1
  HOEC 1140 Nutrition 2
  HLED 1221  Standard First Aid and Safety 2
  KIN 1008*  Fitness Component: Muscular Strength/Muscular Endurance 2
  PEPR 2050* Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries 2
  ZOO 2010* Anatomy and Physiology I
GenEd: CA  PSYC 1000*  General Psychology 
      Semester Credits 16
  Course Title Credits
  PEPR 2475* PETE Practicum III 1
  ZOO 2020*  Anatomy and Physiology II 4
GenEd: AA    Choose from approved Aesthetic Analysis courses. 3
GenEd: WY    Choose from approved U.S./Wyoming Constitution courses. 3
GenEd: STEM  STAT 2050*  Fundamentals of Statistics 4
      Semester Credits 15

Total Credits: 62

* This course has at least one prerequisite. Check the Course Descriptions section of the catalog to see the course prerequisites.

+ If the placement test score is not adequate for course enrollment, students must complete the appropriate developmental course(s) before enrolling. These courses may increase the total number of program credits. students should review their math and writing placement with their advisor before planning out their full program schedules.

Learning Competencies

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the teaching profession as well as the history and development of Physical Education as an academic discipline.
  • Demonstrate competent motor skills performance in a variety of physical activities
  • Describe and apply bioscience (anatomical, physiological) concepts to skilled movement and fitness.
  • Identify components of a healthy lifestyle and describe behavior modification to enhance their health.
  • Identify, select, and implement appropriate learning practice opportunities based on understanding the students, the learning environment, and the task.