Sport Coaching Minor
The Sport Coaching minor allows undergraduate students from any major to gain expertise and experience in coaching sports and other physical activities to populations across the lifespan.
The minor is a minimum of 15 credit hours consisting of the courses listed below.
The electives allow students to further develop sport coaching skills and knowledge by applying them to specific aspects of the coaching industry.
|Principles of Coaching|
|Select 3 of the following courses:||9|
|Motor Learning and Control|
|Anatomical and Physiological Bases of Physical Activity|
|Methods of Group Training|
|Strength and Conditioning|
|Management and Instruction in Health and Physical Education|
|Socio-cultural Issues in Physical Activity|
|Teaching Adapted Physical Activity and Sport|
|Ethics in Sport|
|Youth Sports and Recreation|
|Risk Management in Physical Education and Sports|
|First Aid and CPR|
|Health of the School Child|
|Mental Health and Substance Abuse|
|Nutrition and Health|
|Becoming an Urban Educator|
|History, Philosophy, and Ethics of Teaching Students with Disabilities|
|Supportive Environments, Engaged Learning|
|Management of Organizational Behavior|