1. History and Overview of Sport Psychology
2. Motor Learning
3. Neuropsychology/physiology and Cognitive Sport Psychology
4. Applied Sport Psychophysiology and Biofeedback
5. Hypnosis/Active-Alert Hypnosis for Sport
6. Assessment in Sport Psychology
7. Interventions in Sport Psychology (Mental Training)
8. Research Methods in Sport Psychology
9. Ethics and Critical Thinking in Sport Psychology
10. Sport Psychology and Psychotherapy, Integrating Sport Psychology into the clinical practice
11. Research Project and Practicum
Students are required to complete readings (see next page) relevant to the above listed modules. Interaction with an instructor then may take place via email or telephone as needed. Students decide when they are ready to complete a paper or take a test on each module. When all modules are completed the student proposes and carries out a research project and practicum in sport psychology.
The practicum involves applying a field-tested assessment and intervention protocol (see APA symposium paper in ABSP Journal) to athletes. The practicum is supervised by a a student's mentor.
Once all work is completed the appropriate certificate is granted.
Completion time is variable, usually taking 3-6 months.