Coaching Supplemental Certification Endorsement Grades 7-12

Students must have another education endorsement along with this supplement.
See specific endorsement requirements for additional courses necessary for teaching certification.

HHP 1270 Advanced Emergency Care (1 hour)

A study and application of the principles and techniques involved in the advanced administration of first aid, cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automated electronic defibrillators (AEDs). Students will earn American Red Cross certifications. Cross listed with ATTR 1270.
(Normally offered each semester.)

HHP 1500 Introduction to Coaching Theory (2 hours)

A course designed to develop and expand information about coaching, coaching styles, and coaching strategies. The course will cover practical coaching theories and include information about organization, communication, and motivation.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

HHP 1740 Sport in Society (2 hours)

Sport in Society course designed in taking global, issues-oriented approach to the study of the role of sport in society. This course encourages the discussion of current sport-related controversies and helps students develop critical thinking skills. This course also provides an analysis of social patterns of sport as these are shaped and maintained in social contexts. Structures and dynamics of sport can be viewed as an instruction that is closely linked with other institutions such as family, education, gender roles, and racial and socioeconomic patterns.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

HHP 1760 Sports Studies - An Introduction to Football (2 hours)

A course designed to develop and expand information about the game of football. This course will familiarize students with the rules, strategies, and skills associated with football. Information will be provided to benefit students interested in coaching and officiating as well as those who want to increase their knowledge of the game.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

HHP 1770 Sports Studies - An Introduction to Volleyball (2 hours)

A course designed to develop and expand information about the game of volleyball. This course will familiarize students with the rules, strategies, and skills associated with volleyball. Information will be provided to benefit students interested in coaching and officiating as well as those who want to increase their knowledge of the game.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

HHP 1780 Sports Studies - An Introduction to Basketball (2 hours)

A course designed to develop and expand information about the game of basketball. This course will familiarize students with the rules, strategies, and skills associated with basketball. Information will be provided to benefit students interested in coaching and officiating as well as those who want to increase their knowledge of the game.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

HHP 1790 Sports Studies - An Introduction to Baseball/Softball (2 hours)

A course designed to develop and expand information about the game of baseball/softball. This course will familiarize students with the rules, strategies, and skills associated with baseball/softball. Information will be provided to benefit students interested in coaching and officiating as well as those who want to increase their knowledge of the game.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

HHP 1800 Sports Studies - An Introduction to Soccer (2 hours)

A course designed to develop and expand information about the game of soccer. This course will familiarize students with the rules, strategies, and skills associated with soccer. Information will be provided to benefit students interested in coaching and officiating as well as those who want to increase their knowledge of the game.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

HHP 1810 Sport Studies - An Introduction to Track/Cross Country (2 hours)

A class that investigates the science and coaching methods of track and field and cross country. Areas of study include sport psychology, training theory, biomechanics, physiology and philosophy. Classroom work will be supplemented by actual practice coaching.
(Normally offered each summer.)

HHP 1820 Sport Studies: An Introduction To Wrestling (2 hours)

This course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills essential to the coaching of competitive wrestling. Students will learn how to create a season schedule, travel, and budget. Students will learn about the different styles of wrestling, rules, weight classes, and how to run a tournament and dual. Classroom work will be supplemented by actual practice coaching. Normally offered each spring semester.

HHP 1840 Sports Studies: An Introduction to Swimming (2 hours)

A course designed to develop and expand basic information about coaching swimming, such as stroke mechanics, training different energy systems for the various events, dryland/weight training, and mental skills development. Students will learn about the various coaching opportunities in swimming, as well as acquire a general understanding of the rules of competitive swimming.
(Normally offered every spring semester.)

HHP 2500 Basic Human Nutrition (2 hours)

This is a course designed to provide students with the basic scientific principles of nutrition focusing on their personal choices and experiences. The student will develop a definition of nutrition, and learn how nutrition has evolved. The student will be introduced to the concepts of: essential nutrient classifications, defining and developing a healthy diet, recommendations for specific nutrients, eating disorders, energy balance and obesity, body composition, lifetime nutrition (infancy to older adults), and food/beverage choices and the influence on chronic disease and optimal wellbeing.
(Normally offered each semester)

Archway Curriculum: Integrative Core: Human Health and Disease Thread
HHP 2760 Sport and Exercise Psychology (2 hours)

This course examines psychological theories and practices related to sport and exercise behavior. The course is designed to introduce you to the field of sport and exercise psychology by providing a broad overview of the major topics in the area.
(Normally offered each semester.)

HHP 3000 Coaching Practicum (1-6 hours)

Practical experience in coaching in interscholastic athletic programs. The student will work with an athletic team throughout a season and will be involved with all aspects of the program. This course requires a considerable amount of commitment from the student. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.
Pass/Fail only.
Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.
(Normally offered each semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Experiential Learning: Intensive
HHP 3150 Principles Of Sport Performance (3 hours)

An advanced study of the scientific principles and theories related to sport performance in both the private and public sectors. Discussions related to applications and concepts in the exercise sciences, testing and evaluation, exercise technique, sport nutrition, exercise psychology, program design, and strength and conditioning administration and facility organization will be emphasized.

Normally offered each semester.

HHP 3210 Current Issues and Ethics in Sport (3 hours)

This is a course designed to introduce students to ethical theories and thinking through the analysis of major issues present in today’s sporting landscape. Students will be engaged in discussions of the past, current and future nature of sport and the issues that affect both sport and society in order to better understand the ethical dilemmas that face current and future sport managers/administrators, participants, health professionals, coaches, academics and consumers.

Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or permission of instructor.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Discourse Instructive
HHP 3700 Sport Law and Governance (3 hours)

This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the U.S. legal system as presented and applied to contexts within the sport industry. Students will also be introduced to fundamental legal principles of significance to sport management. Students will analyze numerous cases and the legal concepts and analyses presented to gain a deeper understanding of legal issues in various coaching, governance, management, and sport participation scenarios.

Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or permission of instructor.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Writing Instructive