Low student-to faculty ratio
Personal and customized advising
Active student majors club
Wide-ranging teaching practicums
Nationally recognized and scholarly faculty
Washington State endorsement eligible
Our teacher candidates engage in school-based and practical settings that develop real-world knowledge and skills at both the elementary and secondary levels.
Our teacher candidates learn various instructional strategies and models by participating in brain-based education, stress management, interdisciplinary learning, nutrition education, fitness education, cooperative learning, and adventure education.
Our teacher candidates learn to use the latest technological tools in the field, including heart rate monitors, accelerometers, tri-fit, movement analysis software, and web-based media.
Our teacher candidates attend and participate in state, regional, and national events and conferences.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Tishra Beeson and Dr. Casey Mace to our PESPH Department. They wPhysical Education And School Health Major Speaks At Commencement
Mary Johnson was chosen to be the speaker at the 9:30 AM Commencement for Spring, 2014. CongraPublic Health Major Chosen As CWU Student Employee Of The Year
Kari Kenyon, a resident assistant in Central Washington University’s University Housing, Wellness