Physical Education

The Physical Education and Wellness program provides students with skills in recreational activities and wellness concepts, as well as knowledge to make healthy lifestyle choices.

All students must complete the equivalent of one course in PE/Wellness, in addition to the 34 courses required for graduation. Students may satisfy this requirement by taking four half-semester (1/4) courses; two full-semester (1/2) courses; or any combination of 1/2 or 1/4 courses. Participation in a varsity sport, as this participation is defined by the Athletic Department, will count as a full-semester (1/2) course.

Courses include racquetball, sports nutrition, dance, fly fishing, tennis, badminton, handball, yoga, weight training, ice skating, swimming and water aerobics, golf, bowling, soccer, Kung Fu, self-defense, and lifesaving/lifeguarding.

The Physical Education and Wellness program is associated with the Department of Physical Education. Additional information is available in the W&J College Catalog.


Carol J. Glock, M.Ed.
Adjunct Instructor and Coordinator of the Physcial Education Program

Mark Mastascusa
Adjunct Professor of Physical Education