Teaching Degree -The subjects covered in the program for the teaching degree in physical education qualify graduates to work in schools and non-school educational institutions both as elementary and secondary school teachers and in other areas related to education. Part of this professional training consists of investigation into and reflection on political and cultural aspects of education.
Bachelor’s Degree – Graduates will be able to provide advice for and plan, implement and evaluate physical education programs targeting different social groups in the fields of sports, leisure and physical activities. They will also be able to work in scientific research and in clubs, hospitals, NGOs, sports centers, companies, hotel chains, health clinics and gyms as well as other institutions closely related to their study area.

Program Completion
Teaching Degree in Physical Education:To graduate from this program students must obtain a total of 218 credits, corresponding to 3270 hours of supervised activities, which may be completed in 10 semesters, as shown in the unit’s suggested curriculum schedule, or up to a maximum of 15 semesters.
Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education:To graduate from this program students must obtain a total of 214 credits, corresponding to 3210 hours of supervised activities, which may be completed in 10 semesters, as shown in the unit’s suggested curriculum schedule, or up to a maximum of 15 semesters.