The Physical Education teaching degree program (B.A.) is designed to provide a broadly conceived foundational education that builds on, expands, and deepens knowledge acquired in high school. Students are introduced to sports scientific working, thinking, and judging. Students are introduced to sports scientific working, thinking, and judging.
The studies focus on knowledge of the effects that physical activity has on the body’s functional efficiency. Added to this are pedagogical, psychological, sociological and biomedical contents from sports science. The study program enables students to label the linkages between physical activity, psycho-physical reaction, and adaptation, to identify and influence them and configure them specifically for the school context.
The study program addresses itself to individuals who possess a general athletic ability and are interested in the theories and methods of sports. They are prepared to get involved with a variety of processes, including statistical ones. They should enjoy working with people.