Admission requirements for post-baccalaureate students seeking K-12 Physical Education licensure include evidence of having a conferred Bachelor's degree and meeting the criteria for formal admission to the K-12 Physical Education Post-Baccalaureate Licensure Program.
The K-12 Physical Education advisors will review the transcript for completed course work appropriate for the licensure being sought. Coursework meeting standards for K-12 Physical Education is available through the Secondary, K-12, and Educational Technology Department website. The coursework prepares the candidate to pass the state required licensure exam for K-12 Physical Education and to utilize the current state approved standards for teaching.
The following courses are required and must be either transferred from an accredited college or taken at MSU Denver. A grade of "C-" or better is required for each course in this program to count toward licensure degree.
Candidates for the K-12 Physical Education Licensure: Post-Baccalaureate Program can complete a minimal number of additional courses to earn a second bachelor's degree in Physical Education. Please see the K-12 Physical Education Major, B.S. listing and speak with a K-12 Physical Education advisor for details.