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Online Colleges for Physical & Health Education

Physical and health education takes place both inside and outside the classroom. Whether you want to work on training goals with a client at a gym or teach health education to students at a public or private school, you'll find a number of ways in which you can help motivate others. Making this easier is that preparation for careers in this field can begin online through the array of online physical and health education programs, including certificates and degrees, that are offered through schools across the United States.

While it may seem strange to think that you could find online physical and health education programs, there are actually a number of such programs available. They focus on a range of topics, including health club operations, nutrition science, personal fitness and sports management. You may also want to seek out a teaching credential to be able to teach health and nutrition in schools and to motivate students to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Featured Online Colleges for Physical & Health Education

Researching colleges can be both confusing and time-consuming, which is why we have compiled this list of 10 colleges with online degree programs in physical health education. Starting with data from the National Center for Education Statistics' Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and using our personal methodology to pare down the list, we have selected 10 schools to feature here, each of which would be an excellent choice for furthering your career in physical health education. More details on the methodology used to compile this list can be found toward the bottom of this web page.

1

University of the Cumberlands

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$21,000
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
75.72%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
31
School Type
4-year

At the University of the Cumberlands, health and physical education are just two of the concentrations students can pursue through the school's online Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree. The online MAT can be completed from any location in the country, and up to nine graduate credits can be transferred into the program. Other fields available through the MAT include, just to name a few:

  • Art
  • English
  • Integrated music
  • Physics
  • Social studies

The graduation rate at the University of the Cumberlands was the fifth-highest out of this list of schools, and its high number of potential teaching concentrations gives it added flavor. Being able to specialize your physical health education to focus on either health or physical education is useful enough as it is, but having access to all the classes and options that go along with all of the other concentrations is what makes the University of the Cumberlands really shine.

Accreditation:

  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges

Location:

6191 College Station Drive
Williamsburg, Kentucky 40769
2

Eastern New Mexico University

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$4,858
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
94.99%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
18
School Type
4-year

Prospective students interested in sports administration might be enticed by the online Master's of Science in physical education with an emphasis in sport administration degree program offered through Eastern New Mexico University (ENMU), which can be taken as a thesis or non-thesis option. This 100 percent online degree focuses on management, but includes classes such as Finance of Sport, Sport Marketing, and Sport Law and Risk Management. Internship placement is one of the degree's highlights, and students also can work on their professional writing skills, with assistance from the school's Online Writing Center if desired. ENMU records lectures for its online classes via Mediasite, and even allows you to defend your thesis or take various comprehensive exams online rather than requiring you to come to the campus.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission

Location:

1500 South Avenue K
Portales, New Mexico 88130
3

New Mexico Highlands University

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$4,800
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
38.55%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
3
School Type
4-year

At New Mexico Highlands University, students can pursue an online Master's of Arts in education degree. Students in this program have multiple concentrations to choose from, including curriculum and instruction, which features further choices for emphasis in multiple areas, including human performance and sport. The program includes 12 credits in educational content, 12 credits in a field of emphasis and 12 credits in research methodologies, and completion of the program -- regardless of concentration -- requires an internship experience and an exit exam.

New Mexico Highlands University is one of just two schools on this list to use an open admissions policy, meaning that any applicant who has earned a high school degree or a GED certificate can expect to be accepted to the university. Of all ten schools included on this featured list, New Mexico Highlands University awarded the highest percentage of degrees in the physical health education field during 2015.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission

Location:

University Avenue
Las Vegas, New Mexico 87701
4

University of North Georgia

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$4,967
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
17.93%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
7
School Type
4-year

The online Master of Science with a major in kinesiology degree program -- "kinesiology" being the study of body movement -- available through the University of North Georgia offers three admissions dates throughout the year: fall, spring and summer. This means enrollment into this online program is ongoing. The university's MS degree is geared toward prospective students who have an undergraduate degree in health, physical education or a related field, and it offers the option of completing an additional concentration in either exercise science or physical education.

The University of North Georgia well deserves mention here, as it had the highest admissions rate of any school on this list that did not also offer an open admissions policy. In addition, the university awarded the fourth highest percentage of physical health education degrees to its graduating students in 2015, indicating a strong program with interest from a large portion of the school's student body.

Accreditation:

  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges

Location:

82 College Circle
Dahlonega, Georgia 30597
5

University of Arkansas at Monticello

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$6,446
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
43.34%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
5
School Type
4-year

Established in 1909, the University of Arkansas at Monticello's School of Education is quite diverse, with options to specialize in a plethora of different subjects across multiple grade levels. When it comes to physical health education programs, this university has the market cornered on options, offering:

  • BS in health and physical education, non-licensure
  • BA in health and physical education, non-licensure
  • BS in health and physical education, Exercise Science Option
  • Minor in health and physical education (26 hours)
  • Master's of physical education and coaching

As the second and final school offering an open admissions policy on this featured list, the University of Arkansas at Monticello clearly strives to be accessible to students of many different walks of life. The university uses the Blackboard Learning System to handle its courses; online students at the university can log on to Blackboard and review their classes a few days before the semester starts. Students can even download the Blackboard Student app to access courses, check grades and prioritize notifications from just about anywhere.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission

Location:

Highway 425 South
Monticello, Arkansas 71656
6

Southern Arkansas University

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$7,896
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
49.77%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
14
School Type
4-year

Southern Arkansas University, or SAU, offers a Master's of Arts in education program online that can be completed along one of four different tracks: elementary (K-6), middle (4-8), secondary (7-12), or K-12 licensure. If following the K-12 or 7-12 tracks, students can select a concentration in physical education (one option among many). Regardless of concentration, the two-year program at UoA consists of 24 hours of coursework and six hours of internship. During the internship, students are hired as a fully-employed teacher in a public school. With such an experiential internship available to its students, it's no surprise the program is quite popular: SAU awarded the second-highest percentage of physical health education degrees in 2015 out of all the schools on this list.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission
  • National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education

Location:

100 E. University
Magnolia, Arkansas 71753
7

University of Nebraska at Kearney

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$6,724
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
49.98%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
14
School Type
4-year

The online Master of Arts in Education (MAE) in physical education master teacher degree program offered by the University of Nebraska at Kearney requires students to complete 36 credit hours and provides the option of a pedagogy emphasis or special populations emphasis. In the special populations emphasis, degree-seekers learn how to provide physical education to students with disabilities. This area of emphasis can lead to a student endorsement in Adapted Physical Education issued by the Nebraska Department of Education.

The University of Nebraska at Kearney stands out in just about every area analyzed in our methodology, making it a good all-around choice for students interested in physical health education. Its lowest performance was achieving "only" fifth place for admissions out of the 10 schools on this list; in terms of percentage of physical health education degrees awarded, the university was No.3, and its graduation rate was even better, coming in at No.2 -- only surpassed by one other school on our list.

Accreditation:

  • Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)
  • Higher Learning Commission

Location:

905 W. 25th Street
Kearney, Nebraska 68849-1212
8

Texas A&M University-College Station

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$9,837
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
7.56%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
38
School Type
4-year

Here is the one school to beat the University of Nebraska at Kearney in graduation rate: Texas A&M University-College Station, the oldest public university in Texas. The Master of Science in health education degree at TAMU is offered online and gives students a thesis or non-thesis option. The 36-credit hour program includes 24 hours of core courses and 12 hours of electives. The online program is self-paced and gives students flexibility in the number of courses they enroll for each semester; it is also structured to prepare students to sit for the Certified Health Education Specialist exam.

Accreditation:

  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges

Location:

JKW Administration Building, Suite 100
College Station, Texas 77843-1248
9

Pittsburg State University

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$6,508
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
26.31%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
12
School Type
4-year

Students interested in online colleges for physical health in Kansas should consider the programs available through Pittsburg State University. The school's online degrees include a Master of Science in education with a school health emphasis and a Master of Science degree offered through the school's Department of Health, Human Performance & Recreation. This MS degree can be taken with a general emphasis or focused onto an emphasis in human performance and wellness, or sport and leisure service management. Non-thesis and thesis options are available for both online programs.

Pittsburg State distinguishes itself from the competition by having the fourth-highest graduation rate and the fifth-highest percentage of physical health education degrees awarded in 2015 -- a combination that bodes well for any prospective physical health education students interested in enrolling.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission

Location:

1701 South Broadway
Pittsburg, Kansas 66762
10

Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville

Tuition & Fees/Year Tuition and fees per year refers to the average in-state tuition and required fees for full-time undergraduates and, if applicable, graduate students as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
$9,442
Distance Education Participation Distance Education Participation refers to the percentage of students taking either some or all of the courses via distance education, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.
13.05%
Number of Programs Offered Number of programs offered refers to the count of degrees and certificates offered via distance education at any level as of 2016, according to the National Center for Education Statistics
11
School Type
4-year

Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, or SIUE, offers close to a half-dozen master's degree programs fully online, including a Master of Science in kinesiology program with an emphasis in physical education and coaching pedagogy. This degree program is 30 credit hours and gives students the opportunity to create a flexible schedule each semester. Classes in the program include Behavior Analysis of Exercise; Physical Activity; and Mental Health and Diversity in Physical Education and Sports.

The admissions rate at SIUE in 2015-16 was the fourth-highest on this list, with graduation rate securing the third-highest position. It would seem a lot of students pass successfully through SIUE's educational programs; if the school interests you, perhaps you could soon be one of them.

Accreditation:

  • Higher Learning Commission

Location:

11 State Route 57
Edwardsville, Illinois 62026-1259

Degree Overview: Physical and Health Education

From working in sports medicine to teaching children how to take care of their bodies, careers in health education can change lives -- even save them. Here's a quick glimpse at the kinds of courses students can expect to encounter in an online program for physical and health education, as well as the skillsets these students may want to concentrate on building during those courses.

Online Physical & Health Education Courses

Physical and health education involves everything that goes into caring for the body, including physical activity, nutrition, proper and beneficial movement and more. The basics of these important concepts are the focal point at the certificate and associate degree level, where students spend up to two years studying for their credential. As a general rule, a certificate program takes less time to complete and focuses mostly on preparing students for a career position, while an associate program has a broader scope and can serve as a springboard to the completion of a bachelor's degree afterwards. Students in one of these online undergraduate programs might encounter topics such as:

  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • First Aid and Emergency Care
  • Human Growth and Development
  • Teaching and Learning

In contrast to the quicker certificate and associate programs, an online bachelor's degree program usually takes between four and six years to complete. That time investment can seem steep, but these programs can often be accelerated by transferring previous college credits -- especially from an associate degree in physical education -- or credits for life experience into the program. Furthermore, a bachelor's degree rewards its earner with access to more and higher-paying careers than a certificate or associate degree. Common courses for online bachelor's programs in physical education include:

  • Motor Development and Learning
  • Physiology of Exercise
  • Adaptive Physical Education
  • Fitness Theory and Assessment

At this degree level, an internship might be required; this might sound like a problem for students enrolled in distance education, but don't worry. Those who are far away from their college's campus can often make an arrangement with their college so they can complete their internship at a school local to them, allowing them to complete the hands-on component of the program even from a distance.

Those who want to move into higher levels of teaching or research will likely want to pursue a graduate program in physical and health education. The usual avenue is a master's degree, which takes the basics established in an undergraduate program and builds upon them further. These programs are usually very focused on a particular concentration; a few popular concentrations to select include adapted physical education; advanced-level coaching; and athletic administration.

Students who set their sights on a doctoral degree in physical and health education, where students pursue the highest level of learning in their field, should prepare themselves to dive deep into their favorite aspects of the field by performing heavy research and analytics. Like the master's degree level, concentrations are usually a key part of a doctoral program -- potential concentrations include exercise physiology; sport and exercise psychology; teaching and administration; and more.

Career-Related Skills to Develop

It takes a diverse skillset to find success in a physical and health education career. Students who are attending (or planning to attend) an online degree program in the field will want to take advantage of the opportunity to work on their skills that these programs provide. However, how are you to know which skills to focus on? That is what this section is for.

First and foremost, a strong understanding of physical and health issues is important, as it will allow a physical education professional to focus on what each of their clients or students needs in order to improve their overall health. These professionals will also need to have a high level of fitness themselves, so they can easily help others reach their physical and health-related goals.

The ability to listen matters, as does the ability to explain topics and exercises clearly. Whether as a teacher standing in front of a classroom or a fitness trainer standing next to a client, these communication skills will help you obtain and share necessary information quickly and appropriately. Motivational skills are also essential, to encourage both your clients and you yourself! Exercise can be difficult, as can proper nutrition; sometimes a person needs that extra 'nudge' to do the right things for their body, and that's where motivation plays a crucial role.

Finally, patience is certainly a requirement for those in physical & health education. Exercise and nutrition programs require a strong commitment, and results are often slow in coming. Having patience with those who struggle with the requirements for overall health is essential to ensure that they get back on track, sometimes numerous times, and keep the end goal of better health in mind.

Physical Health Education Career Outlook

Between the prevalent love of sports entertainment, a growing emphasis on personal fitness, and medical advancements that have promoted all kinds of miraculous, preventative or just plain improved treatments for physical injury, the realm of physical health education is filled with exciting career potential. For a glance at some of the more popular careers in this wide-ranging field, look no further than our list below.

Fitness Studies Teachers
Average Salary Average salary refers to the 2016 mean salary for all U.S. workers in this job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
$67,870
Projected Job Openings Projected job openings refers to the estimated number of job openings from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
6,100
Projected Job Growth Projected job growth refers to the estimated rate of increase in the number of jobs in this profession from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
10.1
Entry-level Education This refers to the typical entry-level education needed to obtain a position in a particular job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016
Doctoral or professional degree

Educators who want to combine their teaching experience with a love of exercise may want to pursue fitness studies teacher careers. These professionals, who are generally required to earn a doctoral or master's degree to work in the field, teach courses related to exercise physiology, recreation, fitness studies and facilities management, cultivating beneficial habits in their students to help them live longer, healthier lives.

Like other educators, fitness studies teachers prepare course syllabi, grade classwork and homework, keep records of students' grades and attendance, and select textbooks and/or other supplies. People in this job should have strong communication, problem solving and technical skills, as well as the patience to handle the challenges that can arise in the classroom.

Coaches and Scouts
Average Salary Average salary refers to the 2016 mean salary for all U.S. workers in this job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
$41,000
Projected Job Openings Projected job openings refers to the estimated number of job openings from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
99,400
Projected Job Growth Projected job growth refers to the estimated rate of increase in the number of jobs in this profession from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
5.9
Entry-level Education This refers to the typical entry-level education needed to obtain a position in a particular job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016
Bachelor's degree

Coach and scout careers are ideal for those who are interested in nurturing the next generation of talented athletes. Coaches help to sharpen the skills of amateur and professional athletes by organizing and monitoring practice sessions; analyzing the abilities of each player; comparing their team's skills and performance to the players in opposing teams; and teaching players game strategies and techniques.

Scouts choose the athletes that will play for college, amateur and professional teams. Their job duties include keeping abreast of sports news in order to find potential players; viewing live and taped games to evaluate athletes' performance; and interviewing athletes under consideration, as well as the coaches they work with.

Exercise Physiologists
Average Salary Average salary refers to the 2016 mean salary for all U.S. workers in this job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
$50,310
Projected Job Openings Projected job openings refers to the estimated number of job openings from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
3,000
Projected Job Growth Projected job growth refers to the estimated rate of increase in the number of jobs in this profession from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
10.6
Entry-level Education This refers to the typical entry-level education needed to obtain a position in a particular job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016
Bachelor's degree

When patients need to recover from chronic diseases, people in exercise physiologist careers are there to help them get their bodies back into shape by creating fitness programs designed to improve flexibility and cardiovascular function. Specific job duties include reviewing patients' medical history to make appropriate decisions about exercise regimens; monitoring blood pressure, heart beat and oxygen intake of patients; and administering fitness and stress tests.

In order to pursue an exercise physiologist job, students need to earn at least a bachelor's degree in a health-related field. During their studies, they should take courses in areas such as anatomy, biology, nutrition and kinesiology. It is also helpful to enroll in a program that offers hands-on clinical training.

Athletic Trainers
Average Salary Average salary refers to the 2016 mean salary for all U.S. workers in this job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
$47,880
Projected Job Openings Projected job openings refers to the estimated number of job openings from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
10,400
Projected Job Growth Projected job growth refers to the estimated rate of increase in the number of jobs in this profession from 2014-2024, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
21.1
Entry-level Education This refers to the typical entry-level education needed to obtain a position in a particular job, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016
Bachelor's degree

Athletic trainers are responsible for helping athletes prevent injuries, as well as assisting them when they do have one. Their ministrations can shape the effectiveness of an athlete in their chosen sport, or even enable the triumphant return of an injured athlete who may have otherwise been forced to retire. Daily job duties include putting protective devices on athletes, identifying injuries and providing first aid when needed, and creating rehabilitative plans for those who are injured.

Those in athletic trainer careers can work in a variety of settings, such as hospitals, fitness centers, schools and professional sports teams. In order to land a job in the field, prospective workers should earn at least a bachelor's degree from a program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. Also, many states require athletic trainers to obtain a state certification or license.

Sources and Methodologies

Methodology To be included in these rankings, all colleges had to meet the following criteria for the specific subject being ranked:

  1. Offer at least one degree or certificate in that subject online
  2. Have awarded at least one degree or certificate in that subject in 2014-15

Once we had our list of schools for each subject, we ranked them on six criteria, using the weights specified:

  1. In-state tuition, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 20%
  2. Graduation rate, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 10%
  3. Accessibility, based on the admissions rate, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 10%
  4. Program prominence, based on how many of the degrees and certificates awarded by the school in 2014-15 were in this particular subject, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 30%
  5.  Related subjects, based on the number of similar programs that the school offers at any level, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 15%
  6. Variety of degree levels, based on the number of degree and certificate levels out of a possible nine that the school offers in this particular subject, National Center for Education Statistics, 2014: 15%

Methodology Sources

  • Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2014-15, National Center for Education Statistics, Accessed January 2016, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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