APE Authorization Summer Program
Do you already have a P.E. credential or an Education Specialist credential?
Would you like to also earn an APE authorization, but you work during the school year?
This is the program for you!
Earn your APE Authorization in our summer program.
Grant Funding Available for APE Students
The CSU, Chico Adapted Physical Education Program is pleased to announce the availability of grant funding for the summer program to enable California teachers to become certified to teach Adapted Physical Education. Students pursuing the APE Authorization, or the fifteen units of APE Master’s courses required to teach at the community college level, may apply for this program. Visit APE TRACK Grant to read complete details and requirements.
How Does the APE Summer Program Work?
Courses are taught during the summer on the CSU, Chico campus. Students come to campus, either stay in on-campus housing or make other arrangements, and take courses with other teachers for the summer. The program provides great networking opportunities - you'll spend the summer taking courses with other teachers from across the state! Students typically complete the program in 2 -3 consecutive summers, depending on enrollment.
Our summer class of 2016
Our summer class of 2015
Our summer class of 2014
Our summer class of 2013
Our summer class of 2012
Our summer class of 2011
Applicants must hold either a current credential that authorizes the teaching of physical education, such as such as a Single Subject credential in Physical Education or a Multiple Subjects credential, or a current Preliminary Education Specialist credential.
KINE 315 - Introduction to Adapted Physical Activity (3 units)
KINE 513 - Programming in Disability Sport (3 units)
KINE 514 - Programming for Individuals with Mental, Emotional, and Learning Disabilities (3 units)
KINE 515 - Collaboration in Adapted Physical Education (3 units)
KINE 516 - Motor assessment for individuals with disabilities (3 units)
KINE 520 - Interdisciplinary Autism Clinic (3 units)
KINE 617 - Field experience (3 units)
Visit Kinesiology Course Offerings for course descriptions.
KINE 351 - Aquatics for the Adapted Instructor (2 units)
View the Summer 2017 APE Course Schedule.
Dates and Times will be available by March of each year.
Courses may not be offered if minimum enrollment is not met.
|Summer 2016 and even years||Summer 2017 and odd years|
|KINE 513||KINE 351|
|KINE 516||KINE 514|
|KINE 520||KINE 515|
*KINE 315 will be offered as needed depending on students’ experience.
**KINE 617 is a final capstone course of field experience, teaching adapted physical education during a regular semester while you are home. Scheduling of the field experience will be coordinated with your advisor.
How to Apply
The APE TRACK Grant summer program now closed. Please check our website regularly or contact the Program Director to find out when grant funding will become available again.
Want to earn the APE Authorization over summer but don’t want grant funding?
To apply for the APE Summer Program 2017 only, not including the grant program, complete and submit the Application for APE Summer Program 2017 – No Grant Funding by May 12, 2017.
Mail your complete application materials to:
Dr. Josie Blagave
APE TRACK Grant
Chico, CA 95929-0330
* The APE Summer Program with No Grant Funding is on a "Space-Available" basis only. Grant scholars have priority in admission. Please contact Josie Blagrave for details.
Register for Courses
The Center for Regional and Continuing Education administers the Summer Session courses. You will register and pay for your courses directly with this office, either by phone or in person. Registration begins April 3.
To register, call the Center for Regional and Continuing Education at 530-898-6105 and pay by phone.
- You will pay the course fee via phone using your own credit card.
- Grant funds will be disbursed to you approximately two to three weeks after courses begin, in the form of a reimbursement check mailed to your home address.
- You have all the way until the start of class to register for a course. Our courses are not advertised to the public and are reserved for APE students, so you don’t have to worry about the course filling.
- You can read more about the policies and procedures of paying for a summer course at Center for Regional and Continuing Education.
Arrange for Housing
If you would like to stay on campus while you are here taking courses, summer housing is available in one of the traditional residence halls. All arrangements for on campus housing are made directly between you and the University Housing and Food Service office’s Summer Conference program.
The price for summer 2016 is as follows:
Double with linens: $26.00
Single with linens: $41.50
This is per person, per night at Whitney Hall. You must pay before the time of check-in for your entire stay via credit card (MasterCard/Visa only). If for some reason you do not stay the entire time, you will receive a partial refund of the remaining amount (minus processing fees).
Food and parking are not included.
To request a summer session agreement for housing, send a request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 530-898-6325. Be sure to refer to yourself as a Summer Session student.
Another affordable housing option is Craig Hall, a privately-owned dormitory near campus. Contact them in April for futher information at: (530) 893-7008 for information.
Determine your costs for course fees and books.