At Trinity, a B.A. in physical education degree from Trinity will equip you to embrace and articulate a Christian perspective of physical activity and stewardship of the body. With a bachelor of art degree from Trinity in physical education, you will also earn a minor in K-12 education. Trinity’s physical education majors are eligible for the Illinois Professional Educator License with an endorsement in K-12 physical education.FOUNDATIONS REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSFER STUDENTSSee summary table of foundations requirements for transfer studentsThe following must be taken at Trinity: FDN 111FDN 201 (waived w/60 transfer hours)THEO 131 THEO 132 (waived w/30 transfer hours)PHIL 101Chicago Connect (may be waived w/60 transfer hours) Interdisciplinary Inquiry (may be waived w/60 transfer hours)PROGRAM COURSEWORKMajor Requirements with no COD equivalents:PERK 130 Individual and Dual Sport SkillsPERK 131 Team Sport SkillsPERK 251 Measurement & Evaluation in Physical Education and HealthPERK 271 Motor Learning and DevelopmentPERK 278 Physiology of Physical ActivityPERK 302 Organization & Administration of Physical Education, Recreation and AthletesPERK 315 Adaptive Physical Education and RecreationPERK 325 Curriculum Design in Physical Education & HealthPERK 380 Methods in Physical Education for Secondary EducationPERK 381 Methods in Physical Education for Elementary Education.Education Minor Requirements with no COD equivalents:EDUC 311 Literacy in the Disciplines EDUC 312 Middle Grades LiteracyEDUC 380Diverse and Learner Ready TeachingEDUC 454 Student Teaching Seminar: Contemporary IssuesStudent Teaching – EDUC 450, 455, 459
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