Physical Education & Human Performance
Physical education (PE) and human performance classes improve your personal fitness and prepare you for a career working alongside athletes.
topics Health Sciences
Skills & InterestWorking with your hands
Why choose Physical Education & Human Performance?
Taking PE classes can help you reach your fitness goals while human performance courses provide a solid foundation if you’re interested in working with athletes. Many PE and human performance courses count toward transfer degree requirements. If you're interested in a degree in the health or physical education field, our faculty can advise you on the classes you need to enter into junior-level courses at a university.
What will you learn?
PE and Human Performance classes offer a fun break in your class schedule –
- Health and fitness for life
- Prevent and care for athletic injuries
- Sport psychology
- Sports, including baseball, bowling, soccer, golf, softball, tennis and volleyball
- Dance- Salsa, ballroom and jazz
- Jogging and walking for fitness
- Swimming and water exercise
- Weight management
- Scuba diving
- Personal defense
What will you do?
PE and human performance courses can prepare you to work in many health- and athletic-related careers –
- Athletic training
- Exercise science
- Fitness management
- Public health
- Sports management