Do you find yourself organizing sports activities and helping others develop better athletic skills? Then a coaching minor from Highlands University might be for you. Coaches organize teams and help athletes of all ages improve their skill levels. This program develops a knowledge base in the physiology, psychology and assessment skills needed for coaching.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of jobs in coaching is expected to grow 29.4 percent through 2020. Coaches can look forward to rewarding careers throughout the country in professional, collegiate, K-12 and amateur settings.
There is no substitute for hands-on experience in coaching. At New Mexico Highlands, our faculty-to-student ratio means you get the individual attention needed to launch an exciting and rewarding career.
Find out more about the coaching program at Highlands today by calling 800.338.6648 or submitting the form to the right.