See Course Descriptions for information on required courses.
 
0204


Health and Human Performance
 

Faculty
Dr. J. Johnson, Associate Professor/Department Chair
Jill M. Barr, Assistant Professor
Glenn R. Carlson, Assistant Professor
Jeffrey Engstrom, Assistant Professor
David Kroll, Assistant Professor/Athletic Trainer
Alena Krug, Lecturer/Volleyball Coach
Francis T. Pleban, Assistant Professor
Raymond Reinertsen, Lecturer/Cross Country Coach
Christopher P. Vito, Lecturer/Sports Information Director, Assistant Baseball Coach
 

Students should make special note of the following courses which are required for one or more of the majors or minors in Human Performance. The specific semester during which the various courses are offered is indicated here and in the Class Schedule, published semi-annually.

Courses offered Fall Semester only:
HPER 125, 126, 127, 130, 134, 135, 213, 217, 233, 264, 276, 279, 312, 321, 330, 335, 362, 363 435, 456. HPRO 265, 339, 366, 470, 471.

Courses offered Spring Semester only:
HPER 117, 119, 128, 218, 234, 235, 252, 265, 277, 278, 280, 282, 332, 336, 339, 340, 341, 352, 421, 438. HPRO 367, 368, 460, 469.

Courses offered both semesters:
HPHP 102, HPER 136, 181, 203, 250, 337, 437, HPRO 158, 160, all "arranged" classes in HPER and HPRO. TED 200, TED 253, TED 465, TED 470, TED 494. TED 338, 339, TED 350.

We strongly recommend all majors retain textbook, course notes and major papers in each of the major courses. These materials will be important when you take the other courses in your major and/or minor.

All students with majors or minors in Human Performance and Health Promotion must earn a grade of C- or better in all required courses in the major and/or minor.

Students seeking teacher certification must meet the following requirements before being admitted to the Teacher Education Program:

1. Overall grade point average of least 2.5 on 40 semester credits of collegiate course work. If majoring in secondary education or special areas, must also have a grade point average of at least 2.75 in the major, minor, and professional education courses.

2. Recommendation of student's advisor and department chair for the disciplinary area and a recommendation from a TED department faculty.

3. Minimum grade of C- in COMM 110, ENGL 101, ENGL 102, MATH 102, HPHP 102, and TED 200.

4. Current (less than one year) tuberculosis test on file in the University Health Office.

5. Recommendation of director or assistant director of Student Life and Services.

6. Passing score on PPST test (175 - reading, 174 - writing, 173 - mathematics). PPST test should be taken as early as possible in sophomore year.

Students seeking teacher certification must also: **
1. Have a minimum grade of C- and an average of 2.5 across the prescribed courses (TED 338, 339 and 350) and required special methods courses (HPER 339, HPRO 339).

2. Have a minimum grade point average of 2.75 in the major, minor and professional education courses combined before being admitted to student teaching.


** See Teacher Education for further requirements.