The Athletic Training and Exercise Science Department offers a Coaching Minor in conjunction with the Sport Management Department.
The Coaching Minor program is designed to prepare graduates to coach in a variety of settings. These include schools, public agencies and youth organizations. The Coaching minor emphasizes coaching theory, psychology, medical and nutritional concerns, risk management and skills development. A Minor provides students the opportunity to deepen their understanding and expertise in an additional area of study. A 2.0 [C] average must be maintained within a Minor program of study in order to receive the Minor, with some programs having additional earned-grade requirements.
|AT 201||Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries||4|
|AT 220||Techniques of Emergency Care||3|
|SPSC 104||Principles and Problems of Coaching||3|
|SPSC 213||Coaching Practicum||2|
Choose one of the following:
|SPSC 205||Strength Training and Conditioning||3|
|SPSC 211||Intro. To Personal Training||3|
|PYSC 240||Psychology of Sport||3|
|SMGT 1013||Sport and Society||3|
|SMGT 202||Ethics in Sport||3|
|SMGT 201||Legal Aspects of Sport||3|
|SMGT 304||Sports Information and Communication||3|