|Amelia Adkins, Department Head
The Department of Secondary, Adult, and Physical Education offers a bachelor of science with tracks in health and physical education including both a teacher certification (P-12) and a non-certification option in coaching and recreation for students who wish to work in athletic programs outside the traditional school classroom as well as a bachelor of science in secondary education (6-12). Students seeking certification in secondary education must select from the following concentration fields: English/Language Arts, Mathematics, History/Social Studies, or Science.
Physical Education Service Program. The department provides a wide variety of offerings emphasizing life-long physical activities; basic skills and appreciation of recreational sports and activities; and certification in aquatics and safety, first aid and CPR. The department also provides basic instruction in personal health practices and behaviors. In addition, the department provides the physical education courses required of all Armstrong students. During the freshman and sophomore years, all students should complete PEBC 2001 (Concepts of Personal Health and Fitness) or PEBC 2000 (Concepts of Fitness) plus one semester hour of a physical education activity course or three semester hours of physical education activity courses. Students unable to participate in the regular program must plan an alternative program with the Department Head.
Policies and Procedures
Refer to the College of Education page for detailed information.
ProgramsMinorBachelor of Science in Education