Communication. Students shall be able to use clear and effective written, oral, visual, and electronic (WOVE) communication techniques to foster inquiry, collaboration, and engagement in physical activity and health-related settings.
Lifelong learning, assessment, and self-reflection. Students shall be able to analyze and evaluate one’s own knowledge, abilities, and actions relative to professional standards, seek opportunities to grow professionally and utilize self-assessment and assessment of others to foster physical, cognitive, social, and emotional well-being.
Content knowledge, discovery, and critical thinking. Students shall understand fundamental concepts of physical activity and health, conduct scientific inquiry, and apply critical thinking to solve problems from personal, scholarly, and professional perspectives.
Ethics, diversity, and social justice. Students shall demonstrate leadership and social responsibility to improve quality of life for others and ensure equitable access for diverse groups by creating appropriate environments to initiate and maintain a physically active, healthy lifestyle.