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About the College
The College of Physical Education, Central China Normal University (CCNU) is located next to the scenic South Lake. The history of the college can be traced back to the year 1950. The Department of Physical Education was restored in 1979. The current college was founded in the year 2005 by merging the Department of Physical Education and the Department of Public Physical Education. In the course of the past sixty-odd years since its birth, the College has been upholding the spirit of the motto of CCNU, “loyalty, erudition, honesty, and perseverance”. The College excels in South Central China in cultivating teachers of physical education and all kinds of professional athletes. The present brilliance comes from the vigorous efforts and unselfish contributions of generations of teachers and students.
The College has three major branches: Department of Physical Education, Department of Public Physical Education, and the Physical Cultural Development Research Center of General Administration of Sport of China, with which a comprehensive system of sports talents cultivation has been formed within the College. The first-degree discipline doctoral program and the first-degree discipline master’s program of Physical Education (P.E. MSc) in the College are authorized to enroll students majoring in 4 disciplines: Science of Physical Education and Training, Humanistic Sociology of Sports, Sports Science of Human Body, and National Traditional Sports. Among them, Science of Physical Education and Training is the Hubei Provincial Key Discipline. Meanwhile, the college offers professional programs of master’s degree in education (P.E. MEd), and physical education (P.E. MA). The College offers two undergraduate programs: physical education and sports training. The College aims to cultivate both academic and professional talents to meet the social needs. The College has a current enrollment of over 1,200 students including undergraduates, postgraduates and Ph.D candidates. Additionally, the College offers a postdoctoral research program on Sports Science, providing an excellent academic platform and environment for a variety of high-level sports science researchers.
The staff of the College, made up of 111members, of whom 88 are professional teachers (Among them, 15 are professors, 46 are associate professors, and of whom 4 are doctoral supervisors, 30 are master supervisors, and 10 are referees in a variety of sporting events on both national and international levels), is now a teaching and academic group consisting of competent, vigorous teachers with enthusiasm and team spirit. Some teachers are World Championship Winners or experts enjoying the State Council Special Allowance. The total number of academic research projects, such as the major project of the National Social Science Fund, the project of the National Educational Science Planning, the project of the National Social Science Fund, as well as other provincial ones participated by some teachers in the College add up to more than 60 so far. Teachers from the College have been spoken highly of by the society and the academic field for their outstanding academic accomplishments. Apart from this, the College owns a series of high-level constructing platforms like National Characteristic Major (Physical Education), National Quality Course (Science of Physical Education), etc.
The College aims at the major practical and basic theoretical issues in the field of physical education in the course of its academic research. It pays much attention to empirical study, and the normalization of research progress and methodology. The College has its own characteristics in research areas like school physical education, public physical education (with two research areas, namely the development of rural physical education and stadium construction), psychology of sports, education of P. E. teachers;it also makes efforts in policy counseling and social services. In all, the multiple academic achievements have influenced positively the reforms of national sports and education, and relevant policy making.
There are advanced and well-equipped exercising and training gymnasiums, as well as sports venues: multifunctional court, badminton stadium, fitness center,swimming pool, soccer field,basketball and volleyball courts,athletic fields ( indoor and outdoor), tennis court(indoor and outdoor) and so on.
The College underscores the launching of mass fitness programs and high-level athletic trainings. It calls for the development policy of “Experiencing-Innovating- Leading” in building campus sports culture, and enjoys typical features in physical education, group activity, high-level sports team, sports culture researching, etc. Moreover, school teams of aerobics, badminton and athletes have done excellent jobs in competitions of all levels. Taiji ball and National Fitness Dance are outstanding enough to be the “visiting card” of campus physical activities. Sports cultural studies on the so-called “Sanmin” (folk, custom, ethnic)in Jingchu region have become promising research fields. In recent years, the College has been ranked as “the Advanced Unit of National Mass Sports” for many times, with more than 20 players winning world and national champions in events like aerobics and swimming.
The College promotes with great efforts the international academic exchange. It employs many domestically and globally known scholars, experts and athletes as part-time professors to guide and improve teaching, research and training. We have maintained solid cooperative relations with many domestic and foreign universities and colleges, therefore, teachers of the College are frequently invited as visiting scholars to study, teach or coach in countries and regions such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Russia, Australia, Japan, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
The College would consistently commit itself to exploring and developing professional knowledge in sports, cultivating high-level players on the principle of “Mutual Promotion between Virtue and Skill, Being Versatile but Expert in one Field, Making Study Serve Teaching, Being Good at Taking the Lead”, in order to enhance the national education and sports causes, and to develop physical education.

Major Number: 418
Major Code: 040201
I. A Brief Introduction to The major
The College of Physical Education, Central China Normal University was originally built in 1950. However, due to the adjustments of national policy, it was suspended until 1979. The major of physical education enjoys the longest history and the most solid foundation, and it is also the largest undergraduate major in the College. It is the Major with National Characteristic and also the well-known Hubei Provincial Brand Major. It is one of the few national government-sponsored majors of normal education (The enrolled students are would-be teachers, and they are fully sponsored financially in many ways like tuition, board and lodging by the government). The curriculum for this major stresses not only professional theoretical knowledge but also practical capability. It covers comprehensively the relevant theories on the basis of basic professional theory, upholding the educational idea of “Stressing Foundation with Comprehensive Concerns”. In professional skill cultivation, it calls for the educational concept of “Effective Development of the Principal and the Auxiliary” to improve students’ professional skills. In practical capability, it underscores the improvement of the educational skills of teaching by way of “Dealing with Concrete Issues while Learning through Observation”. The College aims to strengthen through the four-year university study the students’ educational capability in teaching at primary and secondary schools under the guidance of educational standard for physical education.


II. Educational Objectives
The major of Physical Education aims to cultivate the students in a comprehensive way of morality, intelligence, physics and aesthetics by familiarizing them with basic theories in physical education and relevant subjects by knowledgeable teachers with innovating spirit and rich teaching skills, which enables the students to meet the social needs and to compete for positions in teaching, researching, managing, training and health education at primary and secondary schools, and which paves the way for their future MEd (P. E. Master of Education) studies.


III. Basic Requirements
Graduates in this major should acquire knowledge and capability as follows:
1.Holding scientific and righteous world view and value; loving the motherland, being enthusiastic for teaching; being a model for the students; being qualified ideologically and morally, being tolerant and aware of aesthetics; upholding team spirit.
2.Familiar with basic theories and methods in physical and health education, physical exercise guidance, sports training and competitive organization; qualified for the position of being a teacher; being capable enough of teaching independently the course of Sports and Health; specialized in a certain area based on comprehensive development.
3. Endowed with a scientific way of thinking, the spirit of innovation; being competent to do some academic research with high capacity of practice and self-learning.
4.Being with strong communication skills; being able to collect, analyze and process relevant data and information; nurturing a strong sense of responsibility.
5.Being qualified in terms of professional ethics, basic skills and scientific accomplishments; being acquainted with the present trend and new progress in the relevant area; equipped with modern educational conceptions, advanced teaching methodology and strong teaching and organizing ability.
6.Being healthy physically and psychologically.


IV. Major Courses
Introduction to Physical Education, Basic education, Basic Psychology, Physical Education in School, P.E curriculum and teaching methodology,Sports Psychology, Exercise Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, Sports Training, Theory and Practice of each project and so on.


V. Length of Schooling and Degree
Length of Schooling: 4 years
Degree: Bachelor of Education


VI. Distribution of Credits

Semester

Course Type

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

Total

Percentage

%

Common Courses (Required)

7

4

6

3

6

26

25.5%

General Education (Required)

1

/

6

6

5

3

/

/

21

20.6%

Major Courses (Required)

6

7

3

/

/

1

/

/

17

16.7%

Major Courses (Elective)

Offered

/

8

15

15

24

/

5

67

/

Earned

/

1

3

3

4

/

2

13

12.7%

General Education (Elective)

/

2

2

6

7

8

/

/

25

24.5%

Subtotal

14

13

18

18

21

16

/

2

102

100%

VII. List of Courses

Course Type

Course Number

Course Name

Semester

Credit

Course Hours

Hours per Week

Prerequisite

Assessment

Minor Course

Lecture

Lab

Tutorial

Minor Course

Required

34000021

Ideology and Moral Cultivation and Law Foundation

1

3

48

/

/

3

/

1

/

35000013

Integrated College English 1

1

4

52

/

/

4

/

1

/

3500023

Integrated College English 2

2

4

64

/

/

4

35000013

1

/

34000022

Conspectus of Chinese

Modern History

3

2

24

/

8

3

/

1

/

35000033

Integrated College English 3

3

4

64

/

/

4

35000023

1

/

34000023

Basic Principles Of Marxism

4

3

32

/

16

2

/

1

/

34000025

Introduction to Mao Zedong Thoughts And Chinese Characterized Socialism TheorySystem

5

6

48

/

48

3

/

1

/

General Education Course

Required

21910001

Guide and Planning about PE major learning

1

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

21910002

Introduction to Physical Education

3

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

21910003

Exercise Anatomy

3

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

36011001

Basic Psychology

3

2

24

8

12

2

/

1

/

21910004

Exercise Physiology

4

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

21910005

Exercise and Sport Psychology

4

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

36012001

Basic education

4

2

24

8

/

2

/

1

/

21910006

Motor learning and control

5

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

21910007

Sports Hygiene

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

21900001B

P.E curriculum and teaching methodology

5

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

36013001

Application of Modern Education Technology

6

2

16

16

/

2

/

2

/

21900002B

Sports curriculum and Instructional design in Middle and primary school

6

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

Elective

31001001

Basis of Computer Engineering

3

2

16

16

/

2

/

3

/

21920001

sports history

3

1

16

/

8

1

/

1

21920002

Sports Injury

3

1

16

/

8

1

/

1

21920003

Modern Ball Appreciation

3

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

21920004

Physique Dance

3

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

21920005

Sports Biomechanics

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

1

21920006

Exercise Prescription theory and methods

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

21920007

Exercise Biochemistry

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

21920008

Sports statistics

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

1

21920009

Analysis and observation of Sports instructional materials and practice in Middle and primary school

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

21920010

Site Planning and Design of Physical Education

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

21920011

Exploration of Sports and Health Curriculum Criterion

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

21900012

The Economics of Sport

5

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

21920013

The design and Application

of Sports Games

5

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

21920014

Taekwondo

5

1

16

/

8

2

/

3

/

21920015

Shuttlecock

5

1

16

/

8

2

/

3

/

36021001

Child Development

5

1

16

/

/

1

/

3

/

36021002

Middle School Students' Psychological Counseling

5

1

16

/

/

1

/

3

/

36022004

Educational Research Method

5

1

16

/

/

1

36021001

3

/

36022007

Basis of Educational Research Method

5

1

16

/

/

1

36021001

3

/

36022009

Special children's development and learning

5

1

16

/

/

1

36021001

3

/

36022010

Chinese famous ideological education

5

1

16

/

/

1

36021001

3

/

36022012

Professional Development

5

1

16

/

/

1

36021001

3

/

36022014

Teaching Case Appreciation

5

1

16

/

/

1

36021001

3

/

21920016

Chinese Traditional Sports appreciation

6

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

21920017

Creations and design of Mass Games

6

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

21920018

Introduction to sport research methodology

6

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

21920019

The principle and application of coaching (bilingual education)

6

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

36021003

Teacher Professional Development and Mental Health

6

1

16

/

/

1

/

3

/

36022001

Philosophy of Education

6

1

16

/

/

1

36021001

3

/

36022002

Curriculum Design and Assessment

6

1

16

/

/

1

36021001

3

/

36022003

Effective Teaching

6

1

16

/

/

1

36021001

3

/

36022004

Moral and classroom management

6

1

16

/

/

1

36021001

3

/

Specialized Course

Required

41810001

Track and Field

1

2

64

/

16

4

/

1

41810002

Gymnastics

1

2

64

/

16

4

/

1

41810003

Basketball

1

2

64

/

16

4

/

1

41810004

Football

2

1.5

48

/

12

3

/

1

41810005

Volleyball

2

1.5

48

/

12

3

/

1

41810006

Wushu

2

2

64

/

16

4

/

1

41810007

Aerobics

2

1

32

/

8

2

/

1

41810008

Swimming

2

1

32

/

8

2

/

1

41810009

Physical Education in School

3

2

32

/

16

2

/

1

41810010

Sports Training Discipline

3

1

16

/

8

1

/

1

41810011

Orienteering And Outdoor Sports

6

1

32

/

8

2

/

1

Elective

41821001

Theory and Practice of Track and Field

3

1

32

/

8

2

/

3

41821002

Basketball theory and practice

3

1

32

/

8

2

/

3

41821003

Theory and Practice of volleyball

3

1

32

/

8

2

/

3

41821004

Theory and Practice of football

3

1

32

/

8

2

/

3

41821005

Wushu theories and skills(1)

3

1

32

/

8

2

/

3

41821006

The theory and practice of Gymnastics and Aerobics

3

1

32

/

8

2

/

3

41821007

The theory and practice of Rhythmic Gymnastics and Dance Sport

3

1

32

/

8

2

/

3

41821008

Theory and Practice of ping-pong (1)

3

1

32

/

8

2

/

3

41821009

Theory and Practice of Track and Field (2)

4

1

32

/

8

2

41821001

3

41821010

Basketball theory and practice (2)

4

1

32

/

8

2

41821002

3

41821011

Theory and Practice of volleyball (2)

4

1

32

/

8

2

41821003

3

41821012

Theory and Practice of football (2)

4

1

32

/

8

2

41821004

3

41821013

Wushu theories and skills(2)

4

1

32

/

8

2

41821005

3

41821014

The theory and practice of Gymnastics and Aerobics (2)

4

1

32

/

8

2

41821006

3

41821015

The theory and practice of Rhythmic Gymnastics and Dance Sport (2)

4

1

32

/

8

2

41821007

3

41821016

Theory and Practice of ping-pong (2)

4

1

32

/

8

2

41821008

3

41823001

Taijiquan

4

1

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

41823002

Table tennis

4

1

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

41823003

Bodybuilding

4

1

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

41824001

The Management of Sport

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

1

41824002

Leisure sport

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

41825001

Sports Measurement and Evaluation

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

41825002

Health Education

4

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

41821017

Theory and Practice of Track and Field (3)

5

1

32

/

8

2

41821009

3

41821018

Basketball theory and practice (3)

5

1

32

/

8

2

41821010

3

41821019

Theory and Practice of volleyball (3)

5

1

32

/

8

2

41821011

3

41821020

Theory and Practice of football (3)

5

1

32

/

8

2

41821012

3

41821021

Wushu theories and skills(3)

5

1

32

/

8

2

41821013

3

41821022

The theory and practice of Gymnastics and Aerobics (3)

5

1

32

/

8

2

41821014

3

41821023

The theory and practice of Rhythmic Gymnastics and Dance Sport (3)

5

1

32

/

8

2

41821015

3

41821024

Theory and Practice of ping-pong (3)

5

1

32

/

8

2

41821016

3

41823004

Recreational Volleyball

5

1

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

41823005

Sanshou

5

1

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

41823006

Badminton

5

1

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

41824003

Survey of Chinese Traditional Sports

5

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

41824004

Sports and psychologically health

5

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

41825003

Applied Exercise Physiology

5

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

41825004

Modern Safty Protection & First Aid

5

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

41821025

Theory and Practice of Track and Field (4)

6

1

32

/

8

2

41821017

1

41821026

Basketball theory and practice (4)

6

1

32

/

8

2

41821018

1

41821027

Theory and Practice of volleyball (4)

6

1

32

/

8

2

41821019

1

41821028

Theory and Practice of football (4)

6

1

32

/

8

2

41821020

1

41821029

Wushu theories and skills(4)

6

1

32

/

8

2

41821021

1

41821030

The theory and practice of Gymnastics and Aerobics(4)

6

1

32

/

8

2

41821022

1

41821031

The theory and practice of Rhythmic Gymnastics and Dance Sport(4)

6

1

32

/

8

2

41821023

1

41821032

Theory and Practice of ping-pong(4)

6

1

32

/

8

2

41821024

1

41822001

Track and Field Teaching and Physical Training

6

2

64

/

/

4

/

1

/

41822002

Basketball teaching and trianing

6

2

64

/

/

4

/

1

/

41822003

Volleyball teaching and trianing

6

2

64

/

/

4

/

1

/

41822004

Football teaching and trianing

6

2

64

/

/

4

/

1

/

41822005

Wushu teaching and trianing

6

2

64

/

/

4

/

1

/

41822006

Aerobics teaching and trianing

6

2

64

/

/

4

/

1

/

41822007

Dance Sport teaching and trianing

6

2

64

/

/

4

/

1

/

41824005

Sports in Society

6

1

16

/

/

1

/

3

41825005

Nutrition

6

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

41824006

Sports pedagogy

8

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

41825006

Sports Massage and Health Care

8

1

16

/

8

1

/

3

/

41823007

Tennis

8

1

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

41823008

Chinese traditional body cultivation

8

1

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

41823009

Dragon dance

8

1

32

/

/

2

/

3

/

VIII. Laboratory and/or Practice Credit Requirement

Curriculum

Credits

Extra-curricular Experiment

Experiment of Sports Human Science

2

Traing of Teaching Skill

Teacher’s Language

1

Handwriting Skill

1

Training of Major Special Events

4

Educational Probation

2

Practical Teaching or Graduation Practice

16

Graduation Thesis (Design)

6

Total of Credits

32

IX. Community Education
Students should earn at least 3 credits on the community platform. Credits are distributed as follows:
1) Instruct community and students’ club activities: 0.5 credit;
2) Instruct sports team training: 0.5 credit;
3) Gain above national second grade athletes certificates (except gain it before students enrolling): each 0.5 credit;
4) Gain above national level 2 of referee certificates: each 0.5 credit;
5) Each special events teaching skills certificates (no more than 1.5 credits): each 0.5 credit;

6) Participate in all kinds of competitions (no more than 1.5 credits): school level for 0.5 credit, above the provincial level

for 1 credit;

7) Gain national communities instructor certificate (the highest level): state Level 1 for 1 credit, state Level 2 for 0.5 credit;
8) Participate in all kinds of social activities volunteer work and college teaching assistant: 0.5 credit;
9) CET-4:1 credit ;
10) CET-6:1.5 credits;
11) NCRE grade 2:0.5 credit;
12) NCRE grade 3:1 credit;
13) Participate in frontier lecture (no less than three times): 0.5 credit;
14) Gain innovation projects: national level for 2 credits, provincial Level for 1 credit, school level for 0.5 credit, etc.
15) Gain the provincial or ministerial level scientific research and teaching awards: 2 credits;
16) Papers published in core academic journals (no more than 2 credits): 1 credit;
17) Gain various types of career qualification certificate (no more than 1 credit): 0.5 credit;
18) Overseas study tours, exchange students: 0.5 credit.


X. Explanations
1). Courses on the general platform of this major are the same as the foundation courses of Physical Education Major (Non-normal Education) and Sports Training Major, and offered from Semester I to VI.
2) Students of the Physical Education Major receive Free Normal Education. The aim of the major is to cultivate primary and middle school P.E. teachers with no concentration design.
Elective courses on the specialty platform are divided into five parts:Part Ⅰ includes courses on theories and practice of major special events (Course ID:41821001 to 41821032). Part Ⅱ includes courses on training and teaching skills of special events (Course ID:41822001 to 41822007). Part Ⅲ includes extended courses on special events (Course ID:41823001 to 41823009). Part Ⅳ includes courses in sports humanistic sociology (Course ID:41824001 to 41824006). PartⅤincludes courses in sports human science (Course ID:41825001 to 41825006).
Students must complete 4 credits of partⅠcourses, 1 credit per semester from semester Ⅲ to Ⅵ. Students must complete 4 credits of extra-curricular training, 1 credit per semester from semester Ⅲ to Ⅵ. Students must complete 2 credits of part Ⅱcourses in semester Ⅵ. Students must complete 3 credits of part Ⅲ courses, 1 credit per semester in semesters Ⅳ,Ⅴ and Ⅷ. Students must self-select and complete 2 credits of part Ⅳ courses and 2 credits of part Ⅴ courses, 1 credit per semester from semester Ⅳ, Ⅴ, Ⅵ to Ⅷ. Credits of elective courses on the specialty platform must be no less than 13.
3) Elective course on the general education platform of this major:(1) Credits of optional courses are 12, of which at least 3 credits of natural science courses, no less than 4 credits of social science courses, and 5 credits of self-elective courses. Students must complete 2, 3, 3 and 4 credits in semester Ⅱ, Ⅳ, Ⅴ and Ⅵ respectively. (2) Credits of cross-elective courses are no less than 8credits. Students must earn 2 credits per semester from semester Ⅲ to Ⅵ, including elective courses of P. E. and basic computer courses. (3) Credits of courses on the teaching education platform are 5, of which 1 credit must be earned in specialty- offered courses in semester Ⅳ.
4) Students must complete 26 credits of obligatory courses on the public education platform, 21 credits of obligatory courses on the general education platform, 25 credits of elective courses, 17 credits of obligatory courses on the specialty platform, 13 credits of elective courses on the general education platform. Altogether, no less than 102 credits should be completed.
Double degree courses with 40 credits are offered from semester Ⅰ to Ⅵ, and can be selected by students of other majors. A double degree diploma is awarded by the university on condition that the dissertation is completed and the granting regulations of double degree are met. A minor certificate is awarded by the university if the granting regulations of a minor are met.
5) Students must complete 32 credits of experimental and practical teaching:
(1) Experimental courses are extra-curricular with 2 credits and 64 class hours of which 18 class hours on Exercise Anatomy, 18 class hours on Exercise Physiology, 12 class hours on Sports Hygiene, 8 class hours on Exercise Biochemistry, and 8 class hours on Exercise and Sport Psychology.
(2) Of courses on teacher's teaching ability, students must complete 1 credit of expression ability in teaching and 1 credit of handwriting skills.
(3) Extra-curricular training of major special events carries 4 credits. Students must complete 1 credit per semester from semester Ⅲ to Ⅵ.
(4) Educational probation carries 2 credits, and must be completed in two weeks, one week in semester Ⅳ and one week in semester Ⅵ.
(5) Practical teaching carries 16 credits, and must be completed in 16 weeks in semester Ⅶ.
(6) Graduation thesis (design) carries 6 credits and must be completed in 6 weeks in semester Ⅷ.
6) The graduation requirements: Students must complete the prescribed credits within the prescribed length of schooling. Students must complete no less than 102 credits, 3 credits of courses on the community education platform, and must complete enough credits of practical and experimental teaching. Foreign language test scores must meet the graduation requirements of Central China Normal University. Students must pass the thesis defense successfully. Students who meet the degree-granting requirements can be granted Bachelor of Education.


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