|School:||University of Victoria|
|Field of Study:||Physical Education Teaching and Coaching
|Description:||The Bachelor of Arts in Recreation and Health Education Co-operative Education program is an interdisciplinary program that prepares you to enter the fields of recreation, wellness and health promotion, leadership and administration. This degree is an excellent foundation to work in the public and not for profit sectors as it prepares graduates with a foundation that supports social change. Course work focuses on planning, implementing, evaluating and supervising recreation, leisure, fitness, wellness and health promotion programs, services and policies. Your learning is enhanced through involvement in cooperative education experiences. You can find more specific information about co-operative education on the EPHE Co-operative Education and Career Services webpage and on the Co-operative Education and Career Services website.
|URL:||Recreation and Health Education at University of Victoria|
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Applications will be considered from those who meet the following: at least 12 units of credit, including 3 units of English; an interview by the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education; academic preparation, including PE 143 and a minimum GPA of 4.0 (on a 9-point scale) on the most recent session. For students currently registered in less than 12 units, the GPA will be determined by using a combination of the GPA achieved in the current session and the GPA from the previous session applied to the number of units required to reach the 12 unit minimum. Achieving the minimum GPA for the program does not ensure acceptance. Please see the program web page for further information.