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September 21, 2023

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University opens up new minor

Everyone has seen a coach and his or her team on a field. Have you ever thought about becoming a coach and making a difference for a child, or an adolescent?

The School of Education and Human Development has a way for people that are interested in doing just that.

Housed in the School of EHD, The Department of Human Movement, Sport, and Leisure Studies is offering a new minor this Fall for students who are interested in becoming a coach.

According to the HMSLS website, it is a 21 credit hour minor and is open to all majors.

Currently, there are two classes being offered for the summer in the second half of the semester, which started June 30th, 2014. The two classes being offered are Kinesiology 2390 and applied sport science and athletic training 2100, which is care and prevention of sport injuries.

KNS 2390 is a class designed to help coaches design a strength and conditioning program according to the course catalog. The class is three credit hours and is meeting Monday through Thursday throughout the summer for one hour and 50 minutes in Eppler North Gym. There is a pre-requisite of having the minor declared or permission to be in the class.

Athletic Training 2100 is learning about how to recognize an injury, how to prevent an injury from occurring, and how to care for injuries, according to the course catalog. It is both a lab and a lecture that is three credit hours. The lecture portion meets Monday through Wednesday while the lab meets on Thursday. It is an hour and 50 minutes and meets in Eppler North gym as well.

For more information on the coaching minor and how to be involved, contact Dr. Adrian Turner at [email protected].

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