Sport Psychology

Sport psychology is a multidisciplinary field spanning psychology, sport science and medicine. Emphasis is placed on training in the development and use of psychological skills for optimal performance of athletes, in the well-being of athletes, and the systemic issues associated with sports setting and organizations and in the development and social aspects of sport participation. Christian ethics are included in fundamental psychology concepts, including interpersonal and research skills, in order for students to be able to face contemporary social, moral and ethical issues experienced today.

More info from American Psychological Association (APA).

Career Opportunities

  • Sports Administration
  • Sports Manager
  • Sports Marketing
  • Sports Therapist