Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd)

DLSU-D Program Offerings

Graduates of Bachelor of Physical Education can assume different roles in the school and industry settings, and in other areas that deal with sports and recreation. They are not only expected to teach but also to administer sports and fitness programs and more often than not, handle recreation activities during seminars, workshops, and other related social functions.

Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd)

The Bachelor of Physical Education (BPEd) is a four-year course which allows for focused study in physical education, and yet includes other areas like health education and music.

The program aims to produce scientifically inclined physical education graduates who are imbued with Lasallian values and whose knowledge and skills will respond to the national and global demands. Moreover, it will prepare and train qualified students to teach Physical Education, recreation, and sports in the elementary, secondary and tertiary levels, and to become sports, dance, recreation, and fitness specialists.

Ultimately, the program will develop the students’ insights and appreciation of Physical Education and Sports as a viable discipline applicable to all facets of social activities.

Major Subjects

  • Philosophy and Socio-Anthropological Foundations of Physical Education and Sports
  • Anatomy and Physiology of Human Movement
  • Individual and Dual Sports
  • Team Sports
  • Principles Motor Control and Learning of Exercise, Sports and Dance
  • Personal, Community, and Environmental Health
  • Coordinated School Health Program
  • Philippine Traditional Dances
  • Swimming and Aquatics
  • Curriculum and Assessment in Physical Education and Health Education for K-12
  • Physiology of Exercise and Physical Activities
  • Prevention and Management of Exercise and Sports-related Injuries
  • Applied Motor Control and Learning of Exercise, Sports and Dance
  • Philippine Traditional Games
  • Movement Education (Gymnastics)
  • Officiating Sports
  • Sports Management
  • International Dances and Other Forms
  • Process of Teaching PE and Health Education
  • Emergency Preparedness and Safety Management
  • Music in the K-12 Curriculum
  • Drug Education, Consumer Health Education and Healthy Eating
  • Sports and Exercise Psychology
  • Practicum (Sports Recreational Base)

College Freshmen

  • An applicant who has completed Senior High School and has not taken any college course, or
  • An applicant who has completed equivalent Secondary Education from any school abroad and has not taken any college course, or
  • A passer of Alternative Learning System (ALS) with certification of eligibility to be admitted to college.

College Transferee

  • An applicant who has taken college programs or units not more than 75% of his/her curriculum in other CHED recognized colleges or universities, or
  • An applicant who has taken college programs or units not more than 75% of his/her curriculum in colleges or universities abroad, OR
  • An applicant who has taken vocational or any special training in recognized colleges or universities abroad, OR
  • An applicant who has officially enrolled in any degree or certificate programs after High School.

Second Course Taker

  • An applicant who has completed any college degree from any CHEd recognized college or university, or
  • An applicant who has completed any college degree from college or university abroad.

Regular Students

  • must be graduates of the senior high school from any government recognized secondary institutions or its equivalent course as determined by DepED.
  • must have a Certificate of Good Moral Character signed by the principal or guidance counselor of the school where they graduated from.
  • must pass the admission test given by the Center for Student Admissions (CSA).
  • If married, must submit an authenticated copy of the marriage contract to be verified against the original copy by the department chair/dean.

Shiftees/Transferees

  • must fill up and submit a shifting form (for shiftees only).
  • must pass the admission test given by the CSA (for transferees only).
  • must have a grade point average of at least 2.25 or its equivalent with no failing grade in any subject or as approved by the COEd Admissions Committee.
  • must submit a certificate of good moral character from the chair/associate dean/dean and guidance counselor of the college where they were previously enrolled.
  • must pass the interview conducted by the COEd Admissions Committee.
  • must submit their academic folders.

CTP Students

  • must fill up the application form for CTP with 2 pieces of 2x2 pictures.
  • must submit a photocopy of their transcript of records (TOR).
  • must pass the admission test given by the CSA.

Foreign Students

  • must meet all requirements of the CSA.
  • must pass the interview conducted by the COEd Admissions Committee.

Returnees

  • must present the approved leave of absence (LOA) form.
  • must enroll in the curriculum which they originally tool provided there are only 48 units left. However, if there are more than 48 units left, they should enroll in the new curriculum followed in the college.
  • The university retention policies will be followed.
  • For the College of Education, a student will be given a written warning if he/she gets:
  • a. a GPA of 2.25 and below, or
    b. a grade below 2.0 in any of his/her major and professional education subjects, or
    c. a failing grade in any non-major and professional education subjects (3 units or below)
  • A student will be placed under probation if he/she incurs:
  • a. 4 or more units of failure, or
    b. failure in any major or professional education subject, or
    c. 2 warnings (whether consecutive or not)
  • Students under probation who get another warning (b.1, b.2, or b3) or any condition under probationary status (c.1, c.2) will not be accepted anymore in the College of Education after a thorough deliberation of the COEd Admissions Committee.