The Department of Physical Education offers a major leading to teaching licensures in Health & Physical Education. Moreover, a major in Exercise & Sports Science is offered for students wishing to pursue study in topics like Athletic Training, Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Sport Management, and Sport Psychology.Both majors are firmly grounded in the liberal arts tradition, and emphasize the contributions of parent disciplines.The department also provides all Hamline University students with opportunities to develop the knowledge and skill necessary to be responsible for their own health and fitness throughout their lives.
Hamline University is in the process of phasing out the Physical Education major.
Current Hamline students who officially declared a major
or minor in this area by December 13, 2011, will be provided the opportunity to complete their
program of study. The major and minor will no longer be an option for
By early February 2012, a degree audit will be completed for all
students who have declared a major or minor in Physical Education. The degree audit
will help Hamline assess the time frame necessary for the phasing out
the program. The goal of the phase-out process will be to both assure
that the programmatic needs of those pursuing the major or minor are
met, and to establish a reasonable date beyond which offering individual
courses required of the major or minor will no longer be necessary.
If you have questions about these changes, please contact Jonathan Lowery at email@example.com.
More information about the changes to undergraduate majors >
Kendra Watson graduated in 2009, and was a student athlete all four years.
Brandon Gleason graduated in 2009, and overcame serious injury to earn All American honors.
The last Inside Hamline of the calendar year will be sent Monday, December 22. Starting Monday, January 5, Inside Hamline will be sent on Mondays throughout J-term and then will return to the regular schedule beginning Monday, February 9.
Hamline has once again been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement.