Thank you for your interest in the Physical Education Basic (PEDB) program. While general information regarding PEDB courses can be found on the UGA Bulletin, we understand that students often have additional questions regarding these courses and their criteria.
Below are answers to frequently asked questions.
Tip: Avoid additional stress by not waiting until your final semester to take PE!
There are off-campus PEDB courses available through study abroad programs and the Honors Interdisciplinary Field Program.
Online PEDB course(s) is/are offered during the fall, spring and summer sessions (PEDB 1950E/PEDB 1930E) BUT enrollment is restricted and registration takes place on a first-come, first-serve basis. Permission is given to students who, during that semester:
Note: There is a cost associated with the online PEDB course options (approximately $200) because students will be required to have a specific heart rate monitor and—although flexible—there will be a significant time commitment.
A student who meets any of these categories should provide verification and 81# via email to the Department of Kinesiology.
Be sure to read the important information about qualifications for an online PEDB course before you register.
Note: There is a cost associated with the PEDB 1950E course (approximately $200) because you will be required to have a specific heart rate monitor and—although flexible—there will be a significant time commitment.