School: Natural Sciences and Health
Degree Type: Minor
Format: In-Person
Student Type: Traditional Undergraduate

A coaching minor provides the foundational knowledge and skills to be a coach at any level of athletics. You’ll get a broad-ranging education in the physical, mental and team-oriented aspects of coaching and sports to guide your passion.

Courses

(22 credits: 12 credits in residence, 9 credits upper division.)
BIO 121 | Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology | 4 credits
HE 240 | Nutrition
OR HE 330 | Sports Nutrition | 3 credits
HE 310 | Fitness Prescription
OR HE 370 | Essentials of Strength & Conditioning | 2-3 credits
KIN 350 | Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries | 3 credits
KIN 360 | Organization and Administration of Sports | 3 credits
SRM 240 | Fundamentals of Coaching | 3 credits
SRM 250 | Sports Ethics | 3 credits
SRM 340 | Sports Psychology | 3 credits

Faculty

Amy Engilis
Amy Engilis M.S., A.T.C.

Associate Professor of Sports Medicine
Division of: Natural Sciences & Health
Phone: 503-517-1053

 

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