Department of Health and Physical Education

Our Department provides a structured curriculum and professional experiences to prepare you to teach physical education, work within the health, coaching, and fitness fields, or qualify for further graduate studies.

Department Chair
Brett Everhart, Ed.D.

 105 Zimmerli Gymnasium

(570) 484-2956

As a student in the HPED major your course work and field experiences will prepare you to teach health and physical education. Our graduates are qualified for K-12 teaching certification or to work in a variety of non-teaching fields such as Coaching, Correctional Settings, and Aquatics.

In addition, our HPED courses help our non-majors meet the Wellness General Education requirement while assisting students in developing a personal wellness lifestyle. These courses focus on general wellness and encourage students to improve their overall health and optimal well-being.

Finally, our Health and Physical Education Department also offers academic minors in both Coaching and Aquatics.

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