The Sport Studies concentration provides knowledge related to sport and physical activity programs in athletic and community settings, and for students interested in studying the sub-disciplinary aspects of sport including athletic coaching (ASEP Coaching Certification), psychological performance enhancement (i.e., sport psychology, exercise psychology), community/youth physical activity and sports programs, and sociocultural study (i.e., history, philosophy and sociology) of sport. The concentration also prepares students for advanced study in similar sport-related areas.
For a list of required and elective courses, please refer to your Titan Degree Audit. If you are NOT already declared this concentration, but would like to view the required courses please run a “What if” TDA. Make sure you enter your specific Catalog Year for the most accurate results.