About Our Program
The Health and Physical Education Department offers teaching and non-teaching programs. The teaching major prepares students to earn a Kansas State Department of Education license to teach Pre-K through 12th grade health and physical education in public schools. The non-teaching options include sports studies, sport management and strength and conditioning. Our strength and conditioning program is recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Students graduating from any health and physical education program are prepared for graduate school.
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“I believe my experience at Tabor fueled my career and provided me the knowledge and preparation for any task that may be ahead of me. When you have an opportunity of a lifetime, you need do it in the lifetime of the opportunity. My advisor, Dr. Karol Hunt, prepared me for a lifetime of coaching, with a plethora of information–allowing me to gain success and also sustain success.”
Health & Physical Education Majors
Health & Physical Education
* Professional Tennis Management Concentration
* Sports Management Concentration
* Sports Studies Concentration
* Strength & Conditioning Concentration
- Teaching health & physical education
- Coaching in public schools
- Coaching on the collegiate level
- Personal training
- Minor league sport organizations
- Wellness centers/YMCA
- Open own training facility
Why Health & Physical Education at Tabor?
- All non-teaching programs offer an internship
- Students have completed internships with the following organizations: San Diego Padres, Sporting Kansas City, United States Olympic Training Center, Hesston Wellness Center, Tabor College Football team, Wichita and Derby YMCAs and numerous minor league sports organizations.