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PROGRAM REGULATIONS: Program Code: 3288 CRICOS Code: 057668G Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) BHPE(Sec) Program Code: 3344 CRICOS Code: 065261G Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours) BHPE(Sec)(Hons) Responsible Owner: National Head of School of Nursing, Midwifery, Health Sciences & Physiotherapy Responsible Office: Faculty of Medicine, Nursing, Midwifery & Health Sciences Contact Officer: PCAC Executive Officer Effective Date: 1 January 2021
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PROGRAM REGULATIONS:

Program Code: 3288

CRICOS Code: 057668G

Bachelor of Health and Physical Education

(Secondary)

BHPE(Sec)

Program Code: 3344

CRICOS Code: 065261G

Bachelor of Health and Physical Education

(Secondary) (Honours)

BHPE(Sec)(Hons)

Responsible Owner: National Head of School of Nursing, Midwifery, Health Sciences & Physiotherapy

Responsible Office: Faculty of Medicine, Nursing, Midwifery & Health Sciences

Contact Officer: PCAC Executive Officer

Effective Date: 1 January 2021

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1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 TABLE OF CONTENTS ......................................................................................................................... 2

2 AMENDMENTS ..................................................................................................................................... 2

3 PURPOSE ............................................................................................................................................. 3

4 OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................................................ 3

5 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................................... 3

6 PRACTICUM OR INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................. 4

7 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................................. 4

8 DEFINITIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 7

9 APPENDICES ........................................................................................................................................ 8

2 AMENDMENTS

Amendments to these regulations will be made in accordance with the General Regulations.

Version Date Amended Amendment Details Approved by

1 January 2007 Amendments to Program regulations Dean

2 January 2008 Amendments to Program regulations Dean

3 December 2008 Amendments to Program regulations Dean

4 June 2010 Amendments to Program regulations Dean

5 June 2011 Amendments to Program regulations Dean

6 December 2013 Regulations transferred to new template Dean

7 August 2014 Amendments to Program regulations (Minor) Dean

8 August 2015 Amendments to Program regulations Associate Dean

9 September 2017 New Course codes assigned PVCA

10 October 2017 New Units of Credit assigned SAO

11 October 2018 Regulations transferred to new template SAO

12 September 2020 Title of specialisation amended PCAC

13 January 2021 Program description added PCAC EO

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3 PURPOSE

These Program Regulations set out the approved requirements for the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) and the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary)(Honours).

4 OVERVIEW

4.1 Campus Availability The Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) and the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours) have been approved for delivery on the Fremantle Campus.

4.2 Student Availability The Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) and the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours) are available for enrolment to domestic Students and international Students with a student visa.

4.3 Australian Qualifications Framework The Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) is accredited by the University as a Level 7 AQF qualification. The Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours) is accredited by the University as a Level 8 AQF qualification

4.4 Duration The Volume of Learning for the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) is four (4) years of equivalent full-time study. The Volume of Learning for the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary)(Honours) is 4.4 years of equivalent full-time study. An option to complete this Program Part-time is available.

4.5 Maximum Duration The maximum period of time within which a student is permitted to complete the Bachelor of Health

and Physical Education (Secondary) and the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours) Award is detailed in the University’s General Regulations.

4.6 Study Mode The Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) and the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours) are offered in Internal Study mode.

4.7 Professional Accreditation

The Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) and the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours) are accredited under the national body the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) via the agency of the Teachers Registration Board of Western Australia (TRBWA).

5 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

5.1 University Admission Requirements To be eligible for admission to The University of Notre Dame Australia, all applicants must meet the University’s minimum requirements for admission. The requirements for admission are detailed in the University’s Policy: Admissions.

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5.2 Specific Program Requirements for Admission There are no additional entry requirements for this Award.

6 PRACTICUM OR INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS

6.1 Students are required to complete Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) and the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours)] that includes a minimum 27 (twenty seven) weeks of practicum.

7 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

7.1 Program Description

Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) The Bachelor of Health and Physical Education Secondary is a nationally accredited degree. This four-year specialist education degree provides the opportunity for those with a passion for working with young people and desire to become a secondary school teacher. The degree includes compulsory courses in health, exercise sports sciences, and outdoor education. A suite of electives also provides the preservice teacher with a minor teaching area qualifying them to teach into another learning area. A central feature of this degree is the extensive range of professional practice undertaken in each year of study. This valuable and diverse experience produces teacher-ready graduates who can connect theory to practice. Graduates of this degree have the flexibility to seek employment in the various education systems and sectors.

Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours)

The embedded Honours program is a unique opportunity for students from the Bachelor Health and Physical Education Secondary degree to undertake research and build an ethos of evidence-based enquiry into health and physical education practice. Successful candidates are required to complete two additional research units and a substantial thesis as part of the Bachelor Health and Physical Education Secondary degree.

7.2 Program Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) graduates will be able to: 1. Interpret research, contemporary issues and current practice within the field of Health and

Physical Education to maintain professional knowledge and independent lifelong learning. 2. Plan, implement and evaluate effective teaching and learning experiences that cater for the full

range of student abilities developed from an evidence based curriculum content, curriculum documents, pedagogy and applied to a primary school setting.

3. Demonstrate the essential skills such as planning, organisation, presentation, team work and problem-solving required for professional practice.

4. Exemplify professional knowledge, attributes and skills, gained through work integrated learning during practicum experiences, to maintain a supportive and safe environment for students in a primary setting.

5. Apply interpersonal skills that are ethical and professional to engage in partnerships with colleagues, external professionals, families and communities.

6. Exemplify continued learning, self-reflection and critical thinking throughout professional life. 7. Articulate objective and universal truth, appreciate the intrinsic dignity of the human person,

and exhibit good intellectual, moral and theological habits. Program Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours) graduates will be able to: 1. Critically appraise international research, contemporary perspectives and current practice

within the field of Health and Physical Education to maintain professional knowledge and independent lifelong learning.

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2. Plan, implement and evaluate effective teaching and learning experiences that cater for the full range of student abilities developed from an evidence based curriculum content, curriculum documents, pedagogy and applied to a primary school setting.

3. Consolidate professional knowledge, attributes and skills, gained through work integrated learning during professional practicum experiences, to provide a supportive and safe environment for students in a primary setting.

4. Apply interpersonal skills that are ethical and professional to engage in partnerships with colleagues, external professionals, families and communities.

5. Exhibit advanced knowledge and technical skills to design, frame, conduct, and report on an independent research project.

6. Analyse, critically evaluate and apply evidence in support of a research thesis and communicate their findings clearly in both oral and written form.

7. Apply appropriate ethical standards for research activities in Health sciences 8. Articulate objective and universal truth, appreciate the intrinsic dignity of the human person,

and exhibit good intellectual, moral and theological habits.

7.3 Required Courses To be eligible for the award of Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) students must complete a minimum of 800 Units of Credit chosen from the courses listed in Appendix A comprising:

75 Units of Credit from three (3) Core Curriculum Courses

725 Units of Credit from thirty eight (38) compulsory Courses *Variation in total of units of credit may occur depending on course selection. To be eligible for the award of Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary)(Honours) students must complete a minimum of 865 Units of Credit chosen from the courses listed in Appendix B comprising:

75 Units of Credit from three (3) Core Curriculum Courses

790 Units of Credit from forty one (41) compulsory Courses

*Variation in total of units of credit may occur depending on course selection.

7.4 Elective Courses Students enroled in the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) are required to

complete four (4) approved courses and a (relevant or appropriate or related) Specialisation Teaching Methods course. Students in the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) Award must complete a Teaching Specialisation. The structure of these Teaching Specialisations is dependent on course offerings and Program Coordinator advice.

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary)(Honours) are

required to complete four (4) approved courses and a (relevant or appropriate or related) Specialisation Teaching Methods course. Students in the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) Award must complete a Teaching Specialisation. The structure of these Teaching Specialisations is dependent on course offerings and Program Coordinator advice.

7.5 Honours

7.5.1 Structure of Honours

The Honours program is embedded into the 3rd and 4th year Program structure of the Award. The Honours program requires additional Units of Credit and the Teaching Internship: EDUC4891 Professional Experience 4 Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) is reduced by one week. Honours students must complete four additional Courses: HLTH4900 Reading and Conference HLTH4990 Advanced Research Methods, Statistics and Ethics in Health Sciences HLTH4009 Supervised Honours – Health Sciences HLTH4010 Supervised Honours – Health Sciences

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7.5.2 Examination of a Research Component

(a) The Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours) research thesis

will be examined by one internal and one external marker.

(b) The School of Health Sciences arranges the examination of the Honours thesis using its

own established guidelines and rubrics that are made available to students and

examiners, and which are consistent with the Policy: The Award of a Degree with

Honours and the General Regulations of the University of Notre Dame Australia.

7.5.3 Ranking of Honours Awards

The ranking on all Honours programs will be awarded in accordance with the University’s General Regulations.

7.5.4 Awarding Honours

Honours within the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) Award is awarded as graded Honours.

7.6 Course substitutions

Course substitutions, where permitted, must be approved by the Dean. 7.7 Majors

The following Majors are available within the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) and the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours) Award:

Health Promotion

Religious Education

Outdoor Education

Requirements for the Majors are listed in Appendix C.

7.8 Minors The following Minors are available within the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) and the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours)) Award:

Health Promotion

Outdoor Education

Requirements for the Minors are listed in Appendix C.

7.9 Teaching Specialisations The following Teaching Specialisations are approved within the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) and the Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary)(Honours) Award:

Religious Education

English

Mathematics

Science

Science: Outdoor Education

Science: Health Studies

Humanities and Social Sciences

Theatre Studies Course selection for Teaching Specialisations should be made in consultation with School staff.

7.10 Special Award Requirements Students enrolled in these Awards are required to:

(a) Complete a Working with Children Check and a Nationally Coordinated Criminal History Check (criminal history screening) prior to the commencement of EDUC1894 Professional

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Experience 1 Bachelor of Health and Physical Education as specified by the Working with Children (Criminal Record Checking) Act 2004. Failure to provide the required documentation by the time prescribed by the School of Health Sciences may result in cancellation of enrolment in accordance with the General Regulations.

(b) Have a current Royal Life Saving Bronze Medallion and completed an approved Outdoor Education placement on application to graduate.

(c) Meet any inherent requirements for the study of the Award with or without adjustments that may be in place or are developed by the University.

(d) All students will be required to sit and pass the National Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students before graduation

(e) Students must successfully achieve the standard of both the literacy and numeracy components of the LANTITE test before enrolling in the final teaching internship.

(f) All students must successfully complete the Graduate Teacher Performance Assessment (GTPA) after completing the final teaching internship in order to graduate from this program.

8 DEFINITIONS

For the purpose of these Regulations, the following definitions are available in the General Regulations.

Leave of Absence

Major

Units of Credit

Pre-requisite Course

Minor

Elective

Co-requisite Course

Specialisation

General Elective

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APPENDIX A: Bachelor of Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary)

YEAR ONE

Semester One Semester Two

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

HLTH1000 Human Structure & Function 25 HLTH1010 Applications of Functional Anatomy to Physical Education

25

HLTH1150 Academic Research & Writing in Health Sciences

25 HLTH1100 Exercise Physiology 25

HLTH1001 Physical Activity & Health 25 HLTH1202 Physical Performance Laboratory II 15

HLTH1201 Physical Performance Laboratory 1 15 EDUC1120 Introduction to Teaching & the Curriculum Frameworks

10

EDUC2425 Psychological Principles of Classroom Management

10

EDUC1894 Professional Experience 1 Bachelor of Health & Physical Education (2 weeks)

25

Total Units of Credit for Y1 S1 90 Total Units of Credit for Y1 S2 110

Total Units of credit Year One 200

YEAR TWO

Semester One Semester Two

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

HLTH1620 Health Issues and Preventive Approaches

15 HLTH2100 Psychosocial Aspects of Sport & Physical Activity

15

HLTH2203 Physical Performance Lab 3 20 HLTH3205 Outdoor Education Teaching Methods 25

EDUC2632 Transforming Learning Through ICT 10 HLTH2204 Physical Performance Lab 4 20

EDUC2111 Foundational Teaching Skills 10 CORE1010 Introduction to Philosophy 25

BESC1110 Developmental Psychology-Health Sciences

20 Elective – Specialisation content 25

EDUC2894 Professional Experience 2 Bachelor of Health & Physical Education

25

Total Units of Credit for Y2 S1 100 Total Units of Credit for Y2 S2 110

Total Units of credit Year Two 210

YEAR THREE

Semester One Semester Two

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

HLTH3000 Health Education Method 1 15 HLTH3300 Adapted & Inclusive Practice for Physical Education

15

HLTH3800 Physical Education Teaching Methods

20 HLTH3401 Exercise Biomechanics 15

EDUC01XX Specialisation Teaching Method 15 HLTH2000 Motor Control, Development & Learning

15

HLTH3600 Sport Event Management for Teachers

15 CORE1020 Ethics 25

EDUC4130 Advanced Teaching Skills 10 Elective Specialisation Teaching Method 25

EDUC3894 Professional Experience 3: Bachelor of Health & Physical Education (Secondary)

25

Total Units of Credit for Y3 S1 100 Total Units of Credit for Y3 S2 95

Total Units of credit Year Three 195

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YEAR FOUR

Semester One Semester Two

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

CORE1030 Introduction to Theology 25 EDUC4132 Working with Indigenous Students 20

HLTH4206 Outdoor Education 25 EDUC4133 Professional & Legal Responsibilities of the Teacher

10

HLTH4000 Health Education Method 2

25 EDUC4891 Professional Experience 4 Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondaray)

45

EDUC4146 Preparation for Internship & Transition

10

Elective Teaching Specialisation 25

Elective Teaching Specialisation 25

Total Units of Credit for Y4 S1 135 Total Units of Credit for Y4 S2 60

Total Units of credit Year Four 195

TOTAL PROGRAM UNITS OF CREDIT: 800

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APPENDIX B: Bachelor of Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary) (Honours)

YEAR ONE

Semester One Semester Two

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

HLTH1000 Human Structure & Function 25 HLTH1010 Applications of Functional Anatomy to Physical Education

25

HLTH1150 Academic Research & Writing in Health Sciences

25 HLTH1100 Exercise Physiology 25

HLTH1001 Physical Activity & Health 25 HLTH1202 Physical Performance Laboratory 2 15

HLTH1201 Physical Performance Laboratory 1

15 EDUC1120 Introduction to Teaching & the Curriculum Frameworks

10

EDUC2425 Psychological Principles of Classroom Management

10

EDUC1894 Professional Experience 1 Bachelor of Health & Physical Education (2 weeks)

25

Total Units of Credit for Y1 S1 90 Total Units of Credit for Y1 S2 110

Total Units of credit Year One 200

YEAR TWO

Semester One Semester Two

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

HLTH1620 Health Issues and Preventive Approaches

15 HLTH2100 Psychosocial Aspects of Sport & Physical Activity

15

HLTH2203 Physical Performance Lab 3 20 HLTH3205 Outdoor Education Teaching Methods 25

EDUC2632 Transforming Learning Through ICT

10 HLTH2204 Physical Performance Lab 4 20

EDUC2111 Foundational Teaching Skills 10 CORE1010 Introduction to Philosophy 25

BESC1110 Developmental Psychology-Health Sciences

20 Elective Teaching Specialisation 25

EDUC2894 Professional Experience 2 Bachelor of Health & Physical Education

25

Total Units of Credit for Y2 S1 100 Total Units of Credit for Y2 S2 110

Total Units of credit Year Two 210

YEAR THREE

Semester One Semester Two

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

HLTH3000 Health Education Method 1 15 HLTH3300 Adapted & Inclusive Practice for Physical Education

15

HLTH3800 Physical Education Teaching Methods

20 HLTH3401 Exercise Biomechanics 15

HLTH3600 Sport Event Management for Teachers

15 HLTH2000 Motor Control Development & Learning

15

EDUC01XX Specialisation Teaching Method

15 Elective Teaching Specialisation 25

CORE1020 Ethics 25

EDUC4130 Advanced Teaching Skills 10 HLTH4900 Reading & Conference 15

EDUC3894

Professional Experience 3: Bachelor of Health & Physical Education (Secondary)

25

Total Units of Credit for Y3 S1 100 Total Units of Credit for Y3 S2 110

Total Units of credit Year Three 210

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YEAR FOUR

Semester One Semester Two

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

Course Code

Course Title Units of credit

CORE1030 Introduction to Theology 25 EDUC4132 Working with Indigenous Students 20

EDUC4146 Preparation for Internship & Transition

10 EDUC4133 Professional & Legal Responsibilities of the Teacher

10

HLTH4000 Health Education Method 2

25 EDUC4891 Professional Experience 4 Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary)

45

HLTH4990

Advanced Research Methods, Statistics & Ethics in Health Sciences

15 HLTH4009 Supervised Honours – Health Science 25

HLTH4009 Supervised Honours – Health Science

25

Elective Teaching Specialisation 25

Elective Teaching Specialisation 25

Total Units of Credit for Y4 S1 150 Total Units of Credit for Y4 S2 85

Total Units of credit Year Four 235

TOTAL PROGRAM UNITS OF CREDIT: 865

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APPENDIX C: MAJOR/MINOR REQUIREMENTS

Major: Health Promotion

Course Code

Course Title Pre-requisite Units of Credit

HLTH1001 Physical Activity and Health 25

HLTH1620 Health Issues & Preventive Approaches

HLTH1001 Physical Activity & Health OR HLTH1150 Academic Research & Writing in Health Sciences

15

HLTH2100 Psychosocial aspects of Sport & Physical Activity

HLTH1150 Academic Research & Writing in Health Sciences AND BESC1000Developmental Psychology/BESC1110 Developmental Psychology – Health Sciences OR HLTH1001 Physical Activity & Health

15

HLTH2510 Exercise, Health & Disease HLTH1001 Physical Activity & Health 15

HLTH2620 Population Approaches to Health Promotion

HLTH1620 Health Issues & Preventive Approaches 20

HLTH3101 Nutrition for Health & Physical Activity

HLTH1100 Exercise Physiology 15

HLTH3610 Community Approaches to Health Promotion

HLTH1620 Health Issues & Preventive Approaches 25

HLTH3620 Health Sciences Research HLTH1620 Health Issues & Preventive Approaches 25

Major: Religious Education

Course Code

Course Title Pre-requisite Units of Credit

CORE 1010 Introduction to Philosophy 25

CORE1020 Ethics 25

CORE1030 Introduction to Theology 25

THEO2400 Christology 25

THEO1110 Introduction to the Old Testament 25

EDUC3619 Principles of Primary Religious Education 2

EDUC2618 Principles of Primary Religious Education 1 25

Major: Outdoor Education

Course Code

Course Title Pre-requisite Units of Credit

HLTH1920 Introduction to Teaching & Learning in an Experiential Context

20

HLTH2920 Expeditions on Land

BOR & BHPE Students Only: BOR STUDENTS: HLTH1910 Introduction to Professional Practice in Outdoor Recreation AND HLTH1920 Introduction to Teaching and Learning in an Experiential Context AND HLTH1930 - Basic Expedition Skills BHPE STUDENTS: HLTH3205 - Outdoor Education Teaching Methods

15

HLTH2930 Expeditions on Water BOR & BHPE students only. BOR STUDENTS - HLTH1920 - Introduction to Teaching and Learning in an Experiential Context AND HLTH1930 - Basic Expedition Skills

15

HLTH2940 Introduction to Roping & Challenging Courses

BOR & BHPE students only. Completion of HLTH2920 Expeditions on Land AND HLTH2930 Expeditions on Water

15

HLTH3512 Outdoor Recreation Industry Internship A

BOR students: HLTH2508 Outdoor Recreation Industry Practicum 1A. BHPE (OE Major) STUDENTS: HLTH1920 Introduction to Teaching and Learning in Experiential Context AND HLTH4206 Outdoor Education AND HLTH2940 Introduction to Roping and Challenging Courses

15

HLTH3513 Outdoor Recreation Industry Internship B

HLTH3512 Outdoor Recreation Industry Internship 15

HLTH3205 Outdoor Education – Teaching Methods

BHPE students only 25

HLTH4206 Outdoor Education HLTH3205 Outdoor Education – Teaching Methods BHPE students only

25

Elective Environmental Science elective To be approved by the Outdoor Recreation Program Coordinator 25

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Minor: Health Promotion

Course Code

Course Title Units of Credit

HLTH1001 Physical Activity & Health 25

HLTH1620 Health Issues & Preventive Approaches

HLTH1001 Physical Activity & Health OR HLTH1150 Academic Research & Writing in Health Sciences 15

HLTH2100 Psychosocial aspects of Sport & Physical Activity

HLTH1150 Academic Research & Writing in Health Sciences AND BESC1000 Developmental Psychology/BESC1110 Developmental Psychology – Health Sciences OR HLTH1001 Physical Activity & Health

15

HLTH2620 Population Approaches to Health Promotion HLTH1620 Health Issues & Preventive Approaches 20

HLTH3610 Community Approaches to Health Promotion HLTH1620 Health Issues & Preventive Approaches 25

HLTH3620 Health Sciences Research HLTH1620 Health Issues & Preventive Approaches 25

Minor: Outdoor Education

Course Code

Course Title Units of Credit

HLTH1920 Introduction to Teaching & Learning in an Experiential Context 20

HLTH2920 Expeditions on Land

BOR & BHPE Students Only: BOR STUDENTS: HLTH1910 Introduction to Professional Practice in Outdoor Recreation AND HLTH1920 Introduction to Teaching and Learning in an Experiential Context AND HLTH1930 - Basic Expedition Skills BHPE STUDENTS: HLTH3205 - Outdoor Education Teaching Methods

15

HLTH2930 Expeditions on Water BOR & BHPE students only. BOR STUDENTS - HLTH1920 - Introduction to Teaching and Learning in an Experiential Context AND HLTH1930 - Basic Expedition Skills

15

HLTH2940 Introduction to Roping & Challenging Courses

BOR & BHPE HLTH2920 Expeditions on Land AND HLTH2930 Expeditions on Water 15

HLTH3205 Outdoor Education – Teaching Methods

BHPE students only 25

HLTH4206 Outdoor Education BHPE students only HLTH3205 Outdoor Education – Teaching Methods

25

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APPENDIX D: LIST OF PRE-REQUISITES/CO-REQUISITES

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE PRE-REQUISITE

CO-REQUISITE

HLTH1010 Applications of Functional Anatomy to Physical Education

HLTH1000 Human Structure & Function

HLTH1100 Exercise Physiology HLTH1000 Human Structure & Function

HLTH1202 Physical Performance Laboratory II HLTH1201 Physical Performance Laboratory 1 NOTE: BHPE Students only

EDUC2894 Professional Experience 2 Bachelor of Health & Physical Education

EDUC1894 Professional Experience 1 Bachelor of Health & Physical Education AND HLTH2203 Physical Performance Lab 3

HLTH1620 Health Issues & Preventive Approaches HLTH1001 Physical Activity & Health OR HLTH1150 Academic Research & Writing in Health Sciences

HLTH2203 Physical Performance Lab 3 HLTH1202 Physical Performance Laboratory II NOTE: BHPE students only

HLTH2100 Psychosocial Aspects of Sport & Physical Activity

HLTH1150 Academic Research & Writing in Health Sciences AND BESC1000 Developmental Psychology AND BESC1110 Developmental Psychology Health Sciences OR HLTH1001 Physical Activity & Health

HLTH3401 Exercise Biomechanics HLTH1010 Applications of Functional Anatomy to Physical Education

HLTH2204 Physical Performance Lab 4 HLTH2203 Physical Performance Lab 3 NOTE: BHPE Students only

HLTH3000 Health Education Method 1 HLTH1620 Health Issues & Preventive Approaches (B Health & Physical Education and B Health Promotion students only)

HLTH3800 Physical Education Teaching Methods HLTH2204 Physical Performance Lab 4 AND EDUC2894 School Experience 1 Health & Physical Education

EDUC4130 Advanced Teaching Skills EDUC2111 Foundational Teaching Skills OR EDUC2135 Introduction to Teaching Skills

EDUC3894 Professional Experience 3: Bachelor of Health & Physical Education (Secondary)

EDUC2894 School Experience 1: Health & Physical Education AND HLTH3000 Health Education Method 1 AND HLTH3600 Sports Event Management for Teachers AND HLTH3800 Physical Education Teaching Methods

HLTH2000 Motor Control, Development & Learning BECS1110 Developmental Psychology or equivalent

HLTH3300 Adapted & Inclusive Practice for Physical Education

HLTH1001 Physical Activity and Health (BOR students) HLTH1202 Physical Performance Laboratory II (BHPE students only)

EDUC4146 Preparation for Internship & Transition EDUC3294 School Experience 2: Secondary

HLTH4000 Health Education Method 2 HLTH3000 Health Education Method 1

EDUC4891 Professional Experience 4 Bachelor of Health and Physical Education (Secondary)

EDUC3894 School Experience 2 Health & Physical Education (Secondary) AND HLTH4000 Health Education Method 2


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