Coaching Principles & Methods Minor; Physical Education

(College of Letters and Science)

The Coaching Principles and Methods minor is an interdisciplinary minor open to undergraduates in all four colleges. Students must complete a statement of interest to assist in placing them in future internships. This form is available in the Physical Education Program Office, in 264 Hickey Gym, and may be turned in at any time.

Minor Advisor. Lou Bronzan; 530-752-5541 or stbronzan@ucdavis.edu

Advising Center. 289 Hickey Gym

Coaching Principles and Methods
Units: 20
PHE 001
Physical Activities (Active)
1
PHE 007
Professional Physical Education Activities: Men and Women (Historical)
1
PHE 100
Field Experience in Teaching Physical Education (Active)
2
PHE 141
Coaching Principles and Methods (Active)
3
PHE 143
Coaching Effectiveness (Active)
3
PHE 192
Physical Education Internship (Active)
2
Required Minor Electives
 
A minimum of eight units with courses from at least two different departments. One course must be taken from race/class/gender list. Second course can be from race/class/gender list or from sociocultural issues and settings list.
8
Race/Class/Gender List:
 
AAS 123
Black Female Experience in Contemporary Society (Active)
4
AAS 130
Education in the African-American Community (Active)
4
AAS 133
The Black Family In America (Active)
4
AMS 154
The Lives of Men in America (Active)
4
AMS 156
Race, Culture and Society in the United States (Active)
4
ANT 128B
Self, Identity, and Family (Active)
4
ANT 139AN
Race, Class, Gender Systems (Active)
4
ASA 112
Asian American Women (Active)
4
ASA 115
Multiracial Asian Pacific American Issues (Active)
4
ASA 116
Asian American Youth (Active)
4
ASA 150
Filipino American Experience (Active)
4
ASA 150B
Japanese American Experience (Active)
4
ASA 150C
Chinese American Experience (Active)
4
ASA 150D
Korean American Experience (Active)
4
ASA 150E
Southeast Asian American Experience (Active)
4
CHI 110
Sociology of the Chicana/o Experience (Active)
4
CHI 120
Chicana/ o Psychology (Active)
4
CHI 122
Psychology Perspectives Chicana/o and Latina/o Family (Active)
4
CHI 123
Psychological perspectives on Chicana/o and Latina/o Children and Adolescents (Active)
4
NAS 115
Native Americans in the Contemporary World (Active)
4
NAS 134
Race, Culture, and Nation (Active)
4
NAS 180
Native American Women (Active)
4
SOC 128
Interracial Interpersonal Dynamics (Active)
4
SOC 129
Sociology of Black Experience in America (Active)
4
SOC 130
Race Relations (Active)
4
SOC 132
The Sociology of Gender (Active)
4
SOC 134
Sociology of Racial Ethnic Families (Active)
4
SOC 172
Ideology of Class, Race and Gender (Active)
4
SOC 174
American Jewish Identities and Communities (Active)
4
WMS 130
Globalization and Politics of Family Change (Active)
4
WMS 158
Masculinities (Active)
4
WMS 170
Queer Studies (Active)
4
Sociocultural Issues and Settings List:
 
AMS 130
American Popular Culture (Active)
4
AMS 152
The Lives of Children in America (Active)
4
ANT 141B
Ethnography of California and the Great Basin (Active)
4
EDU 115
Educating Children with Disabilities (Active)
2
EDU 122
Children, Learning and Material Culture (Active)
4
EDU 153
Diversity in the K-12 Classroom (Active)
2
EXB 102
Introduction to Motor Learning and the Psychology of Sport and Exercise (Active)
4
EXB 121
Advanced Sport Psychology (Active)
3
EXB 122
Psychological Effects of Physical Activity (Active)
3
HDE 100B
Middle Childhood and Adolescence (Active)
4
HDE 110
Contemporary American Family (Active)
4
PHE 120
Sport in American Society (Active)
3
PSC 126
Health Psychology (Active)
4
PSC 140
Developmental Psychology (Active)
4
PSC 151
Social Psychology (Active)
4
PSC 157
Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Stigma (Active)
4
PSC 158
Sexual Orientation and Prejudice (Active)
4
PSC 161
Psychology of the Self (Active)
4
PSC 162
Introduction to Personality Psychology (Active)
4
PSC 168
Abnormal Psychology (Active)
4
SOC 122
Sociology of Adolescence (Active)
4
SOC 123
American Society (Active)
4
SOC 124
Education and Inequality in the U.S. (Active)
4
SOC 131
The Family (Active)
4
SOC 153
The Sociology of Childhood (Active)
4
WMS 140
Gender and Law (Active)
4
PHE 192 has a prerequisite of junior/senior standing. PHE 192 cannot be taken until after a student has completed more than 90 total units. PHE 192 internship must be in a coaching or teaching setting. Setting must be approved IN ADVANCE by the coaching minor advisor before a CRN will be issued.
 
Total: 20