The mission of the Coaching minor is to facilitate Biblically-based learning about human movement and performance so that students are prepared to be competent and caring Christian professionals who work in the fields of teaching, coaching, exercise science, and allied health care, or who pursue advanced studies in related graduate programs.
A minor in Coaching is offered to those with an interest in coaching as a life profession and to those with an interest in coaching as ministry or missions. Twenty credits are required, with 18 credits from the core listed below. Remaining credits must be chosen in consultation with a department advisor.
|KNES 329||Psychology of Coaching Sport and Human Movement||3|
|KNES 410||Sports Management||3|
|KNES 408||Motor Learning||3|
|KNES 434||Leadership in Sport and Human Movement||3|
|Select two of the following:||4|
|Techniques of Teaching and Coaching Basketball|
|Techniques of Teaching and Coaching Soccer|
|Techniques of Teaching and Coaching Tennis|
|Techniques of Teaching and Coaching Volleyball|
|Select one of the following:||2|
|Topics in Kinesiology|
|Seminars in Kinesiology|
|Exercise Prescription and Program Design|
KNES 485 may be taken after consulting with an advisor and must be taken for a minimum of 2 credits.