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Nutrition & Kinesiology’s Minor in Coaching prepares students for potential opportunities in coaching. This minor allows student to focus on their sport of interest while gaining practical experience in coaching.
|MINOR REQUIREMENTS||22 hours|
|PE 1800||Functional Anatomy||3|
|PE 2100||Foundation of Teaching PE||3|
|PE 3310||Analysis and Teaching of Physical Training||3|
|PE 2900||Essentials of Personal Training||3|
|AT 3610||Care & Prevention of Injuries||3|
|HED 4330||First Aid and CPR||1|
|PE 4550||Introduction to Coaching||3|
|PE 4551||Fundamental Techniques in Coaching||3|
|PE 4560||Coaching Sport Analysis||2|
|PE 4561||Coaching Practicum||1|
Coaching Course Descriptions:
PE 4550, Intro to Coaching: Students are introduced to coaching as a profession. This general overview of coaching addresses standards, responsibilities, philosophy, and issues in coaching.
PE 4551, Fundamental Techniques in Coaching: Students are introduced to coaching as a profession. This general overview of coaching addresses standards, responsibilities, philosophy, and issues in coaching.
PE 4560, Coaching Sport Analysis: Students perform an in-depth study of the theory and coaching of a particular sport.
PE 4561, Coaching Practicum: The student completes a 100-hour (minimum) practical experience observing and coaching.
Complete list of PE course descriptions
*UCM does not confer teacher certification for this minor.
Certification to coach is not required in the state of Missouri.