Degree Essentials

Physical Education

Faculty

Nan Carney-DeBord, Director and Department Chair, Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation

Lynn Schweizer, Senior Associate Athletic Director

Sara Lee, Associate Athletic Director, Physical Education Coordinator

Gregg Parini, Assistant Athletic Director

Professor Nan Carney-DeBord; Associate Professors Brian Hortz, Sara Lee, Gregg Parini, Lynn Schweizer, Eric Winters; Assistant Professors Michael Caravana, Michael Deegan, Mark FitzPatrick, Bob Ghiloni, Jack Hatem, Gail Murphy, Tiffany Ozbun, Kristin M. Ramey, Rob Russo, Lynsey Whisner; Academic Administrative Assistant Cindy Londot

IN THAT THE ATHLETIC TRAINING EDUCATION PROGRAM (ATEP) CERTIFICATION IS BEING PHASED OUT OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS, STUDENTS MARTICULATING AFTER THE 2012-2013 ACADEMIC YEAR WILL NO LONGER BE ALLOWED TO SELECT THIS CERTIFICATION. THE ATHLETIC TRAINING MAJOR REMAINS AVAILABLE.

Departmental Guidelines and Goals

Through the unique contribution of the programs of the Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation, our mission is to provide men and women the opportunity for growth and development in their intellectual, physical and social lives.

All 100-level Physical Education activity classes/intercollegiate sports are offered for S/U credit. A student may count toward graduation no more than four credits for participation experiences that are credited S/U, unless such credits in excess of four are required for the student's major or minor.

One and two credit hour activity courses are offered for 14 weeks during the 1st and 2nd semester. Seasonal sport activities are offered for 7 weeks each quarter for 1/2 credit.

Athletic Training Major

For further information, consult Athletic Training.