Lake Erie College offers a Coaching Minor that teaches students the fundamentals of sport instruction, leadership, and the organizational management skills required for coaching positions.
Coaching positions students can learn about include youth, primary, secondary and intercollegiate levels. The foundation of the program of study consists of an interdisciplinary approach pulling form education, psychology, and kinesiology culminating with a hands-on sport coaching experience. Students completing the minor will earn First Aid and CPR certification during the course of the study.
Students will be required to take 17 semester credits, including:
PE 110: First Aid and CPR Certification (2 Semester Hours)
SA 221: Sport Psychology (3 Semester Hours)
SA 321: Sports in Education (3 Semester Hours)
WL 201: Care and Prevention of Injuries (3 Semester Hours)
WL 301: Principles of Coaching (3 Semester Hours)
WL 490: Coaching Practicum (3 Semester Hours)