B.S. in Physical Education & Health
Residential Physical Education & Health Program
The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Physical Education & Health program is to promote the development of a healthy, physically-active, Christ-centered lifestyle. The program prepares its graduates to become competent, problem-solving, and innovative professionals able to design, deliver, and assess health and physical education instruction for grades preK-12.
The program offers two options for students: Virginia licensure and non-licensure tracks. Approved by the Virginia Department of Education, the licensure track requires students to complete one semester of student teaching that includes full-time classroom teaching in both elementary and secondary health and physical education settings.
Upon graduation, licensure students receive a Virginia teaching license. Most state education departments grant licensure reciprocity to our graduates.
The B.S. in Physical Education & Health is offered through the Department of Allied Health Professions.
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
- Physical Education (PE) Teacher
- Health Education Teacher
- Director of Youth Camps/Sports Programs
- Athletic Administrator
For more information, contact Dr. Eric Brubaker, Physical Education & Health program director at firstname.lastname@example.org