2012 Fall Term
- This course listing is informational and does not guarantee availability for registration.
- Please click through to view the class schedule to see sections offered for your selected term.
- Sections may be full or not open for registration. Please use WINS if you wish to register for a course.
ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS
This course is designed for those individuals who wish to become athletic coaches or administrators. The place of athletics education and the organization and administration of an athletic program will be covered. A research paper dealing with an appropriate topic will be required.
PREVENTION AND CARE OF ATHLETIC INJURIES
Principles governing the prevention and treatment of common athletic injuries. A research paper dealing with a mutually agreed upon topic will be required.
CHILDREN AND SPORTS
Explores the historical perspective and the present controversy surrounding children in competitive sports. Future directions of competitive sport for children will be a major focus.
WORKSHOP IN INTERCOLLEGIATE OR INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS
Variable topics. Group activity oriented presentations emphasizing "hands on" and participatory instructional techniques.
PRINCIPLES OF PSYCHOLOGY APPLIED TO COACHING
The course will include an in-depth examination of the psychological factors that impact individuals and their performance in the athletic setting. Theoretical and applied parameters will be extensively studied from a coaching perspective. The coach will develop intervention strategies, techniques and skills to enhance their psychological effectiveness in the athletic domain. PREREQ: 3 credits of psychology as an undergraduate student and at least one year of coaching experience or consent of the instructor.
CURRENT TRENDS AND ISSUES ATHLETICS
This course will examine the current trends and issues in athletics. The concepts will be explored from a theoretical and applied perspective.
Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member.
Students must complete a Thesis Proposal Form in the Graduate Studies Office before registering for this course.