Bachelor of Physical Education Transfer
Faculty of Health and Community Studies
Department of Allied Health and Human Performance
The Bachelor of Physical Education Transfer program offers first and second-year courses that may be used toward obtaining a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree offered at the University of Alberta.
MacEwan University offers a student-centred focus in the delivery of the program by offering small classes and opportunities to participate in intramural and interscholastic athletic activities.
Admission to the program is competitive and is subject to a quota. The competitive admission average may be considerably higher than the posted minimum.
Growing interest in health and personal fitness makes this degree an attractive area of study for the future. Potential growth occupations include administrative and managerial positions, and lifestyle and fitness consultants. Graduates have also found work as athletic therapists, coaches and kinesiologists. Graduates have continued their education and entered professional programs such as Physiotherapy and Medicine. The physical education experience provides a well-rounded education and the people skills needed to find employment in a variety of areas.
Robbins Health Learning Centre
Room 9-209, 10910 - 104 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 4S2
Program of Study
|ENGL 102||Analysis and Argument||3|
|ENGL 103||Approaches to Literature: Trends and Traditions||3|
|HEED 120||Introduction to the Biological Aspects of Fitness to Health||3|
|PEDS 100||Structural Anatomy||3|
|PEDS 101||Introduction to Human Physiology||3|
|PEDS 103||Integrative Human Physiology||3|
|PEDS 109||Statistics, Measurement, and Evaluation||3|
|PERL 104||Introduction to Sociocultural Aspects of Leisure and Sport||3|
|PERL 105||Introduction to the Management of Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Programs||3|
|PSYC 104||Introductory Psychology I||3|
|PEDS 200||Physiology of Exercise||3|
|PEDS 203||Skill Acquisition and Performance||3|
|PEDS 207||Physical Growth and Psychomotor Development||3|
|PEDS 209||Research Methods in Kinesiology||3|
|PEDS 240||Introduction to Sports Injury Management||3|
|PERL 204||Canadian History of Leisure, Sport and Health||3|
|PERL 207||Adapted Physical Activity and Leisure for Diverse Populations||3|
|PESS 195||Spectrum of Dance in Society||3|
|Three Credits of PACT Courses||3|