Coaching (CC)

CC 2200  Introduction to Sports Management  (3 Credits)  

Provides an overview of all facets of sports management and sports administration including career opportunities, job responsibilities, organizational structure, marketing and promotion, public relations, and event and facilities management. Discusses the meaning of sports management in terms of its scope, principles, issues, and future trends. Investigates sports management in both the private and public sectors. Falls and Springs.

CC 2540  Coaching Effectiveness  (3 Credits)  

An overview of basic theories and coaching applications in sport philosophy, sport psychology, sport pedagogy, sport medicine, and sport management. With each major area, the physical, cognitive, social and/or psychological characteristics of youth are examined for the purpose of understanding their behavior in sport and physical activity settings. Prepares students for the American Sport Education Program (ASEP) Coaching Effectiveness examination. Students who successfully complete the ASEP examination will obtain the ASEP Bronze Level Coaching Principles qualification. Falls.

CC 2660  Basic Athletic Training  (2 Credits)  

An introduction to athletic training skills. Emphasizes the mechanism, treatment, prevention and taping techniques of common athletic injuries. Spring of odd years.

CC 3100  Administration of Athletics  (3 Credits)  

An intensive review of those procedures necessary to the organization and administration of athletic programs. Includes discussion of philosophy and ethics, budgets, eligibility, scheduling, equipment inventories and purchasing, contract development, marketing and public relations, facility and event management as well as other topics related to athletic administration. Falls.

CC 3200  Applied Sport Coaching  (1 Credit)  

A culminating experience-based capstone course for the coaching minor only. Students are required to complete a minimum 40 hour coaching experience which includes 5 hours of a blended seminar. Falls and Springs.

Prerequisite(s): Coaching minors only; CC 2540 and the successful completion of American Sport Education Program (ASEP) Coaching Effectiveness examination; and First Aid CPR/AED certification.

CC 3300  Sports Facilities Management  (3 Credits)  

Introduces students to the scope and complexity of the design, operation, and maintenance of sport and recreational facilities and equipment. Students learn the elements of planning, design, management, and maintenance of sport and recreational venues, as well as related issues including budgeting and finance, security, risk management, liability, operations, evaluation, and local, state, and federal requirements. Falls.

Prerequisite(s): CC 2200; Sports Management majors only.

CC 3500  Sports Event Management  (3 Credits)  

An intensive review of the procedures and functions required to manage a sport or recreational event include planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating such events. Investigates topics including operations, risk management, marketing and sponsorship, budgeting/finance, scheduling and booking, customer service and volunteer management. Not open to students who have earned credit for CC 3670. Falls.

CC 3780  Sport in Society  (3 Credits)  

Examines the role of sport in society by studying sociological theories and using critical thinking skills to analyze social issues in sport. Analyzes social institutions including politics, economics, education, family, media, religion, moral development, and especially race, class, and gender. Falls and Springs.

CC 3860  Psychological Aspects of Sports  (3 Credits)  

Examination of the psychological impact sports and competition has upon individuals and groups. Examines problems of motivation, discipline, stress and anxiety associated with competition. Spring of odd years.

CC 3880  Coaching Practicum  (1-3 Credits)  

Designed to give students a practical experience that is supervised and controlled by the HHP Department. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 credits. Practicum arrangements must be completed with the Coaching Minor Coordinator at least 1 semester prior to the beginning of the Practice. Pass/No Pass. Falls and Springs.

Prerequisite(s): Coaching minors only; CC 2524 and the successful completion of American Sport Education Program (ASEP) Coaching Effectiveness examination; First Aid CPR/AED certification; minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA; approval of the HHP Coaching Minor Coordinator and the Department Chair.

CC 3881  Sports Management Practicum  (1-3 Credits)  

Designed to give students a practical experience in Sports Management that is supervised and controlled by the Health and Human Performance Department. Practicum arrangements must be completed with the Sports Management Coordinator at least 1 semester prior to the beginning of the Practicum. Repeatable for a maximum of 12 credits. Pass/No Pass. Falls and Springs.

Prerequisite(s): CC 2200; Junior status; minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA; approval of the Sports Management Coordinator and the Department Chair.

CC 4880  Coaching Internship  (4-12 Credits)  

For students desiring a culminating capstone coaching experience. The Internship must be approved, supervised, and evaluated by the HHP Department. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 credits. Internship arrangements must be completed with the Coaching Minor Coordinator at least 1 semester prior to the beginning of the Internship. Falls and Springs. Prerequisites(s): Coaching minors only; CC 2524 and the successful completion of American Sport Education Program (ASEP) Coaching Effectiveness examination; First Aid & CPR/AED certification; minimum 2.70 cumulative GPA: approval of the HHP Coaching Minor coordinator, the mentoring coach, and the Department Chair.

CC 4881  Sports Management Internship  (4-12 Credits)  

For students desiring a culminating sports management experience. The Internship must be approved, supervised, and evaluated by the Health and Human Performance Department. Internship arrangements must be completed with the Sports Management Coordinator at least 1 semester prior to the beginning of the Internship. Repeatable for a maximum of 12 credits. Pass/No Pass. Falls and Springs. Prerequisite(s):CC 2200; Junior status; minimum 2.70 cumulative GPA; approval of the Sport Management Coordinator and the Department Chair.