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Three-Year Fast Track: BS in Physical Education

BS degrees offered in Traditional formats

Earn your Bachelor of Science in Physical Education in just three years with the Fast Track program!

Lindenwood University is now offering a specialized track that allows students pursuing a Physical Education Bachelor of Science degree to complete their education in three years.

If you are interested in accelerating your education, this is a great option to complete your bachelor of science while saving money and taking the same classes that are included in the traditional four year track. 

To see the course requirements for the Fast Track in Physical Education program, please see the PDF.

Admission Requirements

Freshmen

  • A minimum high school cumulative un-weighted GPA of 2.5.
  • A minimum ACT composite score of 20 or a minimum SAT (reading & Math) score of 1020.

Transfer Students

  • 2.0 transfer GPA with 24 transferable credit hours.
  • If less than 2.0 or 24 hours, student must provide official high school transcripts and official ACT or SAT score for further evaluation.

International Students

  • TOEFL Score (minimum 61), IELTS Score (minimum of 5.5), or ACT/SAT Score (20 ACT/ 940 SAT critical reading and math).

Physical Education Program Learning Objectives

The Lindenwood University Physical Education program is designed to prepare you for understanding the development and diversity of students in a physical education and health setting, knowledge in collaboration and community involvement to promote physical activity and health, and implementing physical activity and health programs for a variety of populations and needs in a community based setting.

Careers in Physical Education

When you graduate from Lindenwood University with a BS in Physical Education, you will be prepared to enter the field of physical education in professions such as fitness instructor or manager, coaching, fitness trainer, or health and wellness manager. For more information on careers in physical education, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics at www.bls.gov.

NOTE: If you wish to become certified to teach physical education or health in a K-12 setting, please see the Physical Education, BA Teaching Certification (K-12) or Physical Education BA with Health (K-12) Add-on.

Contact the Lindenwood Physical Education Department

For more information about the Lindenwood University Three-Year Fast Track to a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, contact Annie Alameda, program chair of Physical Education and Wellness Management at 636-949-4152 or by email at AAlameda@lindenwood.edu.

Lindenwood University
209 S. Kingshighway
St. Charles, MO 63301