Master of Science in Exercise Science and Health Promotion: Sport Psychology Curriculum
The sport psychology track is designed for the health/fitness professional, personal trainer, educator, military professional, coach, and others to gain knowledge from the psychological perspective to enhance their current practice behavior and use an all-inclusive approach to recovery. Courses will provide information to assist health care professionals and others in identifying precursors to injury, effects of injury and rehabilitation and recovery, performance enhancement and intervention methods, and incorporate referrals.
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Get a description of each of Cal U's Sport Psychology courses from our Course Catalog here.
Full-Time Course Sequence:
Part-Time Course Sequence:
Part-Time Course Sequence for Summer 2014 Students ONLY
Below is a recommended framework of courses for completing the degree.
Core Courses24 Credits
|PRF 700||Orientation to Exercise Science and Wellness||3|
|PRF 701||Advanced Topics in SAQ and Endurance Training||3|
|PRF 705||Industrial, Clinical and Corporate Wellness||3|
|PRF 715||Business and Entrepreneurship in the Fitness Industry||3|
|PRF 720||Essentials of Human Movement Science||3|
|PRF 760||Leadership and Professional Development||3|
|PRF 765||Nutrition for Peak Performance||3|
|PRF 770||Exercise Physiology: Assessment and Exercise Prescription||3|
Sport Psychology Track12 credits
|PRF 713||Special Topics in Sport Psychology||3|
|PRF 753||Psychological Aspects of Sport Injury and Rehabilitation||3|
|PRF 783||Psychological Perspectives in Sport Performance Enhancement and Intervention||3|
|PRF 830||Research in Sport Psychology||3|
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