Sport Psychology Certificate

The Sport Psychology Graduate Certificate focuses on the study of psychological and social factors that influence sport and physical activity participation. Sport psychology involves the study of human thought, emotion, and behavior in recreational and competitive sport. This includes the study of individual processes such as motivational orientations, self-efficacy, and stress/anxiety, as well as social factors such as group processes, coaching, and leadership effectiveness.

A Graduate Certificate is like a Minor. It requires the completion of 12 graduate credits (4 courses). Students may be a degree-seeking student or a Continuing Graduate Study (CGS) student.

Upon completion, a Graduate Certificate in Sport Psychology will be noted on student’s transcript.

Course Requirements

Following the completion of the required courses, students should submit a Graduate Certificate Completion Form.