The Sport Coaching Minor may be chosen by any degree-seeking UNC Greensboro student. Students will learn the profession of sport coaching including the nature of the profession, qualifications, skills, and issues relative to coaching in community, youth sport, and interscholastic sport activities. Students will culminate their minor experience with opportunities to assume various responsibilities in selected sports under the guidance of qualified coaches.
- Minimum of 19 credit hours
|KIN 220||Lifetime Wellness|
|KIN 286||Foundations of Sport Coaching|
|KIN 287||Coaching in Community-Based Sport Programs|
|KIN 353 -OR- KIN 265||Injuries and Illnesses in Physical Activity -OR- Strength Training and/or Conditioning|
|KIN 388 -OR- KIN 230||Psychology of Physical Activity -OR- Psychological Skills for Optimal Performance|
|NTR 213||Introductory Nutrition|
|KIN 477||Coaching Practicum in a Selected Sport *|
* KIN 477 is the last course to be taken in the minor and may be taken only after all other courses are completed.
For the most up-to-date list of required courses, please visit the UNCG Catalog Sport Coaching Minor webpage.