Physical Education – Sports and Leisure (BS)
The SNU Physical Education program will prepare you for either the recreation industry or possible alternative education teaching certificate. With unique learning opportunities at SNU, we know you need more than just classroom lectures to learn. That’s why we create unique environments to take your education to the next level. As a student in the Sport & Leisure program, you will be required to complete an internship in a professional setting of interest to you. Local businesses. Professional sports teams. Corporate industries. While interning, you will receive practical application for all your classroom learning to prepare you for future employment. These internships will require 270 clock hours that will count for a six-hour upper division class. Ask about internship possibilities when you visit campus! Many Sport & Leisure majors enjoy getting involved with the community through volunteering. Perhaps you will volunteer to work with area club sports or community youth leagues. Through volunteering, you can gain additional field experience and build your resume for future job hunting.