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Physical Education

Academic Department: Physical Education and Athletics
Main Office: PE 10
Phone Ext: 7580
Main Numbers: (415) 457-8811  /  (415) 883-2211
In-depth information about each program is available in the Course Catalog, including program descriptions, faculty lists, degree requirements, and course listings. The Course Catalog is available to view and print in PDF* format.
About the Program

A career in physical education offers many job possibilities. One may be a director or a counselor or instructor in a program of physical activity at a camp or youth agency. Other possibilities are playground supervisor or coach of a team or officiating at sports events. There are also opportunities for teaching children with special problems such as physical or mental disabilities.

Career Options
Activity Specialist, Adaptive Physical Education Specialist, Athletic Club Manager, Athletic Equipment Salesperson, Athletic Trainer, Camp Director, Coach, Correctional Officer, Corrective Therapist, Emergency Medical Technician, Fire Fighter, Health Club Staff Member, Athletic Manager, Massage Therapist, Park Director, Physical Therapist, Police Officer, Professional Athlete, Public Health Educator, Recreation Leader/ Director, Recreation Therapist, Recruiter, Scout, Sports Official, Sports Shop Owner/ Operator, Sportswriter/Announcer, Stunt Performer, Teacher/Instructor

Repeatability Policy for Physical Education Courses
All physical education activity courses are coeducational. A physical education course in a given activity may be taken for credit four times only, regardless of the level (beginning, intermediate, advanced).

A.A. in Physical Education and Health
In addition to other graduation requirements, complete 18 degree- applicable units in physical education and health.
Please note: Students may choose English 120, 120SL, or 150 to complete the Associate degree. Transfer students, however, are advised to complete English 150. All students should consult a counselor.

Skills Certificate in Personal Fitness Training
The Personal Fitness Trainer Skills Certificate constitutes a skill and knowledge set that enables students to either begin as an entry-level Personal Fitness Trainer (PFT) or advance in their already existing PFT careers.

Department Phone: (415) 485-9580

NameSend EmailOfficePhone
Gray, Maria C PE 52 7654
Scranton, Diana PE 52 7654
Current and Future Courses

TermSection (CRN)CourseDatesDaysTimeCampusRoomInstructor
Fall 2018 81725 PE 070 - Adapted Aquatics 08/18/18-12/08/18 MW 13:10-14:00 KTD PE POOL Gray, Maria
82984 PE 072A - Adapted General Conditioning 08/18/18-12/08/18 MW 09:40-10:30 KTD Gray, Maria
82985 PE 072A - Adapted General Conditioning 08/18/18-12/08/18 MW 10:40-11:30 KTD Gray, Maria
82986 PE 072B - Adapted General Conditioning 08/18/18-12/08/18 TR 09:40-10:30 KTD Scranton, Diana
82987 PE 072B - Adapted General Conditioning 08/18/18-12/08/18 TR 10:40-11:30 KTD Scranton, Diana
82988 PE 074A - Adapted Yoga 08/18/18-12/08/18 MW 11:40-12:30 KTD Gray, Maria
82989 PE 074B - Adapted Yoga 08/18/18-12/08/18 TR 11:40-12:30 KTD Gray, Maria