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department of physical education

Department of Physical Education

Department of Physical Education Mission Statement

The primary mission of the Department of Physical Education is to educate students regarding the benefits of living a healthy and physically active lifestyle; provide opportunities for sport, fitness, and leisure; offer professional preparation in the areas of coaching, fitness, health, and outdoor education; serve NC State students, the University, and the community.

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Department of Physical Education

37 faculty members

4 professional support staff

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Department of Physical Education

We are not…

Campus Recreation

Carmichael Complex Facilities

Dept. of Athletics

class offerings
Class Offerings
  • 68 activity (100 & 200 level)
  • fitness, team, racquet, aquatic, leisure, specialty, outdoor, dance
  • 32 lecture (minor program)
  • health, fitness, coaching, outdoor
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Department of Physical Education

100 & 200 level classes:

266 sections

7003 seats available

26 seats per section (avg)

1,010 wait listed students

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Total Enroll

100-Level

200-Level

7003

(100%)

2311

(33%)

4692

(67%)

students enrolled in minor program classes
Students Enrolled in Minor Program Classes
  • PEC (Coaching) = 146
  • PEF (Fitness) = 6
  • PEH (Health) = 262
  • PEO (Outdoor) = 32

N = 446

fitness class offerings
Fitness Class Offerings
  • Aerobics (PE 103,105,108,109)
  • Fitness walking (PE 102)
  • Fitness/Wellness (PE 101)
  • Run conditioning (PE 107)
  • Swim conditioning (PE 104)
  • Triathlon (PE 106)
  • Weight training
  • Yoga
  • Pilates
team sport class offerings
Team Sport Class Offerings
  • Softball
  • Basketball
  • Flag football
  • Soccer
  • Gymnastics
  • Ultimate frisbee
  • Track & field
  • Volleyball
racquet class offerings
Racquet Class Offerings
  • Tennis I
  • Tennis II
  • Badminton
  • Squash
  • Racquetball
dance class offerings
Dance Class Offerings
  • Clogging
  • Tap
  • Ballet
  • Modern
  • Jazz
  • Social
leisure specialty class offerings
Leisure/Specialty Class Offerings
  • Bowling
  • Golf
  • Archery
  • Equitation
  • Fencing
  • Karate
  • Self defense
  • Down hill skiing
aquatic class offerings
Aquatic Class Offerings
  • Beginner
  • Advanced beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Springboard diving
  • Scuba (I & II)
  • Swim conditioning
  • Water aerobics
  • WSI / LG training
outdoor class offerings
Outdoor Class Offerings
  • Canoeing
  • Backpacking
  • Rock climbing (I & II)
  • Mountaineering
  • Mountain biking
  • Sea kayaking
  • Orienteering
  • Whitewater raft/canoe
  • Fly fishing
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Department of Physical Education
  • GEP Requirement:
  • Two Physical Education activity class credits, with at least one from the 100-level (PE 101-109).
  • Lecture classes are not GEP-eligible.
coaching education
Coaching Education
  • Producing educators with coaching capabilities

Fitness Leadership

  • Preparing students to assume fitness leadership responsibilities in public, private, corporate, and clinical settings.
health
Health
  • Designed for students who may pursue careers in health-related professions

Outdoor Leadership

  • Preparing students to be outdoor leaders of adventure-based programs
minor program classes coaching 17 hrs
Minor Program Classes (Coaching; 17 hrs)
  • PEC 381 – Athletic Training
  • PEC 477 – Concepts
  • PEC 478 – Sport Science
  • PEC 479 – Sport Management
  • PEC 301 – Practicum
  • Electives (4 hrs)(baseball/softball; basketball; football; golf; soccer; swimming/diving; tennis; track/field; volleyball; strength/conditioning
minor program classes fitness 17 hrs
Minor Program Classes(Fitness; 17 hrs)
  • PEC 478 – Sport Science
  • PEC 211 – Strength / Conditioning
  • PEH 286 – Nutrition
  • PEF 480 – Exercise Prescription
  • PEF 303 – Practicum
  • Electives (6 hrs): (101-109; PEF 214; PEC 381)
minor program classes health 16 hrs
Minor Program Classes(Health; 16 hrs)
  • PEH 285 – Personal Health
  • PEH 375 – Health Planning/Promotion
  • PEH 377 – Methods
  • PEH 493 – Practicum
  • Electives (8 hrs): (alcohol/drugs; human sexuality; women’s health; stress mang; nutrition; prevention of assault/violence; BIO 105/106/181; GN 301; NTR 301; SOC 381; PRT 200)
minor program classes outdoor 17 hrs
Minor Program Classes(Outdoor; 17 hrs)
  • PEO 214 – Adventure Education
  • PEO 215 – Outdoor Leadership
  • PEO 216 – Backcountry Techniques
  • PEH 280 – Responding to Emergencies
  • PEO 302 – Practicum
  • Electives (5 hrs): (orienteering; canoe; backpack; rock climb; whitewater c/r; mountain bike; mountaineering; sea kayak; challenge course)
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Department of Physical Education

Where do

FRESHMEN fit?

Fall 2007 Freshman enrollment = 4,791

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Class

n

%

FR

496

23%

SO

469

22%

JR

482

22%

SR

610

28%

OTHER

117

5%

all100

2174

100%

PE

101-109

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PE 101

01

1

0%

PE 101

02

7

1%

PE 101

FR

129

27%

PE 101

SO

79

16%

PE 101

JR

124

26%

PE 101

133

28%

PE 101

SP

6

1%

PE 101

1

0%

480

100%

Fitness / Wellness

SR

MR

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PE 245

01

1

0%

PE 245

02

3

1%

PE 245

FR

76

21%

PE 245

SO

79

22%

PE 245

JR

64

18%

PE 245

SR

102

28%

PE 245

MR

11

3%

PE 245

DR

18

5%

PE 245

SP

102

28%

PE 245

UN

1

0%

363

100%

Golf

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PE 279

FR

1

1%

PE 279

5

4%

PE 279

JR

13

12%

PE 279

SR

5

4%

PE 279

14

12%

PE 279

DR

1

1%

PE 279

74

65%

113

100%

SO

Yoga

MR

SP

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PE 277

FR

1

8%

PE 277

3

25%

PE 277

1

8%

PE 277

SR

7

58%

12

100%

SO

JR

Mountain Biking

how can dept of physical education help

How Can Dept. of Physical Education Help?

Creative Scheduling

Freshman-only sections

Women-only sections

Evening class offerings

Block classes

Half-semester classes

Multiple sections

Large volume of offerings

freshman run conditioning volleyball

Freshman:-run conditioning-volleyball

Sophomore: -weight training -social dance

Junior: -water aerobics -rock climbing

Senior: -handball -pilates

how can advisors help

How Can Advisors Help?

Be knowledgeable of Physical Education activity & minor classes

Advise students to fulfill GEP requirement during FR year

Advise students to take 100-level class first, if possible

Advise students to be adventurous; try something new each semester

fitness facts figures

Fitness Facts & Figures

Physiological decline begins in early 20’s

1 potato chip / day = 1.5 fat lbs / year

10 min. activity = body wt in Kcals (300-500 / day requires ~ 30 min)

Activity not scheduled?…it doesn’t happen