Physical Education

 Physical Education and Athletics Division



Degrees and Certificates

The Kinesiology Associate Degree for Transfer to CSU (Kinesiology, AA-T) offers the foundational education for Bachelor's degrees in Athletic Training, Biomechanics, Corrective Therapy, Exercise Physiology, Personal Training, Physical Therapy, Sports Psychology, Sports Medicine and many more.

Massage Therapy is a career technical (CTE)/vocational educational program. Students may earn a Certificate of Achievement, 500 hours accepted by the CAMTC;  Certificate of Achievement Advanced, 876 hours of Massage Therapy related curriculum or continue their studies for an A.A. degree, 1,020 hours of Massage Therapy related curriculum.

Also we offer a variety of  Physical Education courses: general activity courses are now listed under Kinesiology (KNES); while  Intercollegiate Athletics courses are listed under Physical Education (PE).  Most classes meet General Education (GE) requirements.

General Education Requirements, view GE requirements below:

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Although care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the certificate and degree information, there may be errors or changes without notification. Please confirm requirements for a specific program.

Take a look at De Anza's Degree and Certificates Programs at-a-Glance chart to learn more about programs offered. Visit our Counseling Web site to review specific requirements for all our degree and certificate programs.

See our Counselor,  Louise Madrigal for more specific help.  Make an appointment:

Physical Education
Building: PE
Contact: Susan Ho
Phone: 408.864.8751

Last Updated: 1/29/18