This program represents an extended training for either Special Education Majors or Physical Education Majors for teaching Physical Education to Students with Disabilities in the State of Michigan. Students interested in this approval should consult with a faculty member in the special education or Kinesiology department. After program completion, individuals may assume any or all of the following roles: direct service provider (hands-on teaching); consultant for physical education and special education staff providing educational instruction for individuals with disabilities; Individual Education Plan (IEP) Committee member who helps develop the IEP in the psycho-motor domain; in-service educator, providing training for people who will provide physical education instruction for individuals with disabilities; student and parent advocate; program coordinator who develops curricular materials, develops intra and inter-agency collaboratives to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities, and monitors progress on IEP’s. This program meets all State of Michigan Physical Education for Students with Disabilities endorsement requirements. Further, completion of the program meets the Adapted Physical Education National Standard requirements preparing candidates for the Adapted Physical Education National Standards (APENS) examination.