WHY CROWN COLLEGE?

Celebrating over 100 years of excellence in Christian higher education, Crown College is a fully-accredited Christian school offering quality degree programs. Every degree program integrates biblical principles with real-world knowledge to help you excel in your profession – as well as your life.


CHRISTIAN FOCUS

An integration of faith ethics in every course.

ACADEMICALLY EXCELLENT

You'll be challenged to think critically and strategically.

GLOBALLY CONNECTED

Extensive international network and study abroad opportunities.

AFFORDABLE

One of the best values for a Christian college in the Midwest.

ATHLETICS

We have 18 NCAA Division III varsity teams.

Physical Education, B.S.

The Physical and Health Education major is designed to prepare students for a teaching career in the public or private school systems as a K-12 Physical Education teacher and a 5-12 Health Education teacher. The program is structured to meet the Minnesota Board of Teaching Physical and Health Education dual licensure requirements.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

98%

Receive
Financial Aid

15:1

Average
Class Ratio

70%

Faculty Hold
Doctoral Degrees



“Identifying, acknowledging and strengthening the knowledge, skills and disposition of Christian teachers.” – Dr. Don Bouchard, Assistant Professor of Teacher Education

CORE COURSES:

  •   School Health Education: Substance Abuse and Diseases
  •   Methods of 5-12 Health Education
  •   Methods of 5-12 Health Education Practicum
  •   Student Teaching: Secondary PE and 5-12 Health Education
  •   Introduction to Health and PE
  •   Personal and Community Health
  •   Fitness Evaluation & Diagnosis
  •   Administration, Assessment & Measurement in PE/Health
  •   Prevention and Care of Injuries
  •   Weight Training
  •   Rhythmic Movements
  •   Individual and Dual Sport Fundamentals
  •   Team Sports Fundamentals
  •   Foundations of Coaching/Officiating
  •   Methods of Elementary Physical Education
  •   Elementary PE Methods Practicum
  •   Adaptive Physical Education
  •   Secondary Methods of PE
  •   Secondary Methods of PE Practicum
  •   Student Teaching: Elementary PE
  •   Human Sexuality
  •   General Biology II
  •   Nutrition
  •   Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  •   Biomechanics I
  •   Exercise Physiology
  •   Teacher Education Basic Skills Review
  •   Media and Technology
  •   Foundations of Education
  •   Foundations of Education Field Experience
  •   Instructional Design
  •   Multicultural and Diverse Learners
  •   Multicultural and Diverse Learners Field Experience
  •   Assessment for Learning
  •   Literacy Across the Curriculum
  •   Classroom Environment
  •   Student Teaching Seminar
  •   Educational Psychology

Physical Education, B.S.

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