How does human movement showcase that we are fearfully and wonderfully made?
Study human mobility in all its complexities and application and gain a deep appreciation for how we are fearfully and wonderfully made. Redeemer's Physical Education program teaches about movement from the perspective of physiology, anatomy, psychology, sociology, biomechanics, lifestyle, and behaviour. Develop and share your love of sports, play, and wellness through games, fitness, and athletics.
Physical Education is a Bachelor of Arts degree program. It is offered as a major and as a minor.
Right from the start, small class sizes allow for meaningful class discussion, lead by professors who are actively researching in the field and excited to include students in their work.
First-year courses provide foundational skills and knowledge in human anatomy, focusing on how the body moves and functions. Opportunities to learn about and practice unique ways of pursuing whole-person wellness through sport and other activities are central to the program and excellent preparation for teaching and leading others.
The Core Curriculum is a set of 10 courses that every student takes. The courses are woven through every major and get you to think deeply and broadly about what you’re studying. Think about it this way…
Seminar-style lectures and in-class discussions, in combination with hands-on learning and practice, provide an interdisciplinary approach to understanding human movement and wellness. Courses such as Assessment of Human Fitness, Coaching, Care and Prevention of Injuries, and Sociology of Sport develop the qualities, skills and knowledge to promote wellbeing in all areas of life.
As part of your program, you can register for fundamental activity courses in various sports, such as gymnastics, dance, outdoor education and fitness training.
Gain experience through on-campus employment in the Athletic Centre, at varsity games, or at Redeemer’s Summer Rays camp.
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