2018-2019 Academic Catalogs

Physical Education

The BSEd program meets the requirements of the Education and Standards and Practices Board of North Dakota for a K-12 physical education teaching license.

Bachelor of Science in Education with a major in Physical Education

The BSEd program meets the requirements of the Education and Standards and Practices Board of North Dakota for a K-12 physical education teaching license.

Refer to Teacher Education Policies and Procedures of the catalog for details regarding Teacher Education at Minot State University. These pages explain the admission, retention, and exit requirements of the program.

General Education
General Education courses38-40
Concepts of Fitness & Wellness
Coursework not requiring admission to Teacher Education
KIN 107Introduction to Physical Education2
KIN 120Weight Training1
KIN 126Group Fitness1
ATR 207Prevention & Care of Injuries2
KIN 210First Aid & CPR2
KIN 215Methods of Teaching Sport Activities2
KIN 220Methods of Teaching Dance2
KIN 226Methds of Teaching Group Fitness and Weight Training2
KIN 231Methods of Teaching Aquatics2
KIN 301Psychomotor Development2
KIN 310Organization & Administration of PE & Athletics2
KIN 334Nutrition for Physical Performance2
KIN 407Psychology of Physical Education & Athletes2
KIN 431Kinesiology3
KIN 433Physiology of Exercise3
KIN 441Evaluation of Psychomotor Performance3
KIN 442Adapted Physical Education 2
SPED 110Introduction to Exceptional Children3
ED 260Educational Psychology2
ED 260LClinical I0
ED 282Managing the Learning Environment2
ED 282LClinical II0.5
ED 284Teaching Diverse Learners2
ED 284LClinical III0.5
ED 320Curriculum, Planning & Assessment I2
ED 321LClinical IV0.5
ED 322Curriculum, Planning, and Assessment II2
ED 323LClinical V0.5
ED 324LFall Experience0
PSY 255Child & Adolescent Psychology3
SS 283Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in America3
Coursework requiring admission to Teacher Education 1
KIN 340Elementary Methods & Activities3
KIN 341Practicum for Elementary Physical Education2
KIN 391Secondary Physical Education Methods and Practicum4
ED 380Technology in Teaching2
ED 494Student Teaching K-12 (and ED 484)16
Electives
Elective Courses10
Total Hours131-133
1

Refer to Teacher Education Policies and Procedures.

Physical Education Minor

KIN 107Introduction to Physical Education2
KIN 210First Aid & CPR2
KIN 215Methods of Teaching Sport Activities2
KIN 220Methods of Teaching Dance2
KIN 226Methds of Teaching Group Fitness and Weight Training2
KIN 301Psychomotor Development2
KIN 334Nutrition for Physical Performance2
Select one of the following:3-4
Elementary Methods & Activities
Secondary Physical Education Methods and Practicum
Kinesiology
Physiology of Exercise
Evaluation of Psychomotor Performance
Adapted Physical Education

NOTE: Physical Education minors must complete KIN 340 Elementary Methods & Activities or KIN 391 Secondary Physical Education Methods and Practicum, whichever is commensurate with the licensing level of their major, and must earn a grade of C or better.

Coaching Minor

ATR 207Prevention & Care of Injuries2
ATR 208Taping and Bracing2
KIN 210First Aid & CPR2
KIN 226Methds of Teaching Group Fitness and Weight Training2
KIN 300Principles of Coaching Methods
KIN 407Psychology of Physical Education & Athletes2
KIN 431Kinesiology3
KIN 433Physiology of Exercise3
KIN 496Coaching Activities Practicum2
Select two of the following:2
Varsity Football
Varsity Basketball
Varsity Track and Field
Varsity Tennis
Varsity Golf
Varsity Cross Country
Varsity Volleyball
Varsity Cheerleading
Varsity Softball
Varsity Baseball
Methods of Teaching Sport Activities
Total Hours20

Health Education Minor

Required Support Courses 1
Introduction To Cellular Biology
Introductory Microbiology
General Chemistry I (& CHEM 121L)
Required Core
BIOL 347General Ecology4
HMS 203Health Care Through the Life Span3
KIN 210First Aid & CPR2
KIN 334Nutrition for Physical Performance2
MHA 349Psychopharmacology3
Select two of the following:6
Administration of School Health Programs
Vital Health Issues
Principles & Methods of Teaching School Health
Total Hours20
1

May be used as General Education requirements or electives.

Driver and Traffic Safety Concentration

This program is the only Driver and Traffic Safety program in the state and is one of a very few in the region. Several states have indicated they would recognize this concentration in
certifying teachers as driver education instructors. Requirements for this credential would be:

  1. 1. A valid teaching license or eligibility for one.
  2. 2. Completion of the following courses:
  3. DTS 230Driver & Traffic Safety Education3
    DTS 350Advanced Driving3
    DTS 260Teenage Driving Behavior Problems2
    DTS 450Organization & Administration of Safety Education2
    Total Hours10

Since this program is offered in an online environment our pool of potential students covers ND, SD, Minnesota and Montana. These courses meet the North Dakota ESPB requirements for a minor equivalency.