Physical & Health Education (NASPE)
The Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Physical Education (K-12) consists of a 121 semester-hour curriculum that includes general education courses required by the University and coursework in education required for teacher certification. The program is nationally recognized by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE), "the non-profit professional membership association that sets the standard for best practices in quality physical eduaction and sport".
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Assessment of Content Knowledge Assessment
State Licensure Exam: Praxis II Content Test
The state of Louisiana requires the passing of a content knowledge test (e.g., Praxis II Content Test) as a condition of teacher certification. The undergraduate teacher education program at Louisiana Tech University requires the passing of this test prior to admission into the teacher candidate's final clinical practice (e.g., student teaching). The Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) require passing scores for program admission.