At Hillsdale, your study of physical education is enriched by what you learn in the Core Curriculum—the fundamental ideas and frameworks about human nature and achievement. Individuals are taught to influence behavior in healthful living by exploring research in physical, mental, and spiritual health to provide knowledge for instruction in lifelong wellness. Learning to motivate others and think about larger questions of character, ethics, and competitiveness provides professional preparation for a variety of careers. Physical Education is offered as both a major and minor.
Physical Wellness DynamicsRead More about "Physical Wellness Dynamics"
Students engage in a basic physical wellness program through physical conditioning, strength development, diet monitoring, and/or specific wellness activities.Read More about "Physical Wellness Dynamics"
History and Philosophy of Physical Education and SportRead More about "History and Philosophy of Physical Education and Sport"
This course is designed to teach fundamental concepts and philosophy underlying physical education, fitness, and sport, as well as historical developments and their significance.Read More about "History and Philosophy of Physical Education and Sport"
Methods of Teaching Physical Education IRead More about "Methods of Teaching Physical Education I"
The student will examine the role and procedures of teaching Physical Education at the elementary school level.Read More about "Methods of Teaching Physical Education I"
The Sports Complex houses the Dawn Tibbetts Potter Arena and the John “Jack” McAvoy Natatorium.