Graduate students from the College of Education's Department of Kinesiology teach all classes that satisfy UGA's physical education requirement. We understand that while classes are posted in the UGA Bulletin, often students have additional questions or require more information. We have created this page to help.
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.
An online PEDB course is offered during the fall, spring and summer thru session (PEDB 1950E) BUT enrollment is restricted and registration takes place on a first-come, first-serve basis. Permission is given to students who, during that semester:
A student who meets any of these categories should provide verification and 81# to Ilse Mason, 345 Ramsey Center.
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.