The Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education) offers students a four-year full-time specialist professional qualification to teach in the key-learning area of personal development, health and physical education (PDHPE) and a second key learning area. The program will teach initial grounding in four HPE strands: health, physical education, sports science, and professional practice. Students also complete a second teaching area of specialisation.
While the course is dedicated mostly to teaching PDHPE in the secondary-school context, other examples of career opportunities include corporate training and human resource settings, community health, coaching, recreation, and sport.
To qualify for the award of the Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education) degree, students must complete 192 credit points in total, comprising:
The enrolment pattern of requirements can be found on the Health and Physical Education unit of study table.
UG Health and Physical Education Program Director Dr Louisa Peralta
School website: Sydney School of Education and Social Work
See the website for location and counter opening hours for the Office of Professional Engagement and Program Support.