Are you looking to enhance your coaching knowledge and expertise and to advance your existing coaching practices through evaluation and application of current research? If so, the Master of Sport Coaching and Performance is designed for you!
Applicants may be admitted as degree seeking (Early, Unconditional or Conditional) or non-degree seeking and must meet the university requirements listed under types of admissions.
Applicants who do not meet requirements for either unconditional or conditional admission may be eligible for unclassified or non-degree admission and must submit all required admission materials. See university requirements listed in Types of Admission.
Early admission is available to a degree-seeking Health and Human Performance (HHP) major who has completed all HHP core coursework and has at least a B (3.00) cumulative GPA in addition to the university requirement for admission. Students meeting this criteria will be allowed to take two courses prior to completing their baccalaureate degree. Students taking graduate and undergraduate course work together cannot exceed 15 total credit hours per semester. Must have coaching access to a team or group of individuals by which to demonstrate course objectives.
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