Faculty Of Sport Sciences
Coaching Education consists of “Motion and Training Science” and “Sports Health Science” branches. In department; It is aimed to train trainers who have academic and technological competence in the subjects such as making sports fields, developing sport tools and equipment, determining and transferring encounter results, using teaching materials and technologies in sports education, neurophysiological bases of teaching movement skills, biomechanical and kinesiological aspects of sports movements.
The program consists of the first two years of basic education, the last two years of specialization training. While taking the knowledge of coaching in a sports branch in specialist training, specialist training is planned in a theoretical field.
The Department of Physical Education and Sports Teaching aims to educate physical education and sports teachers who are qualified to teach children with different abilities by using various and effective teaching methods.
With the program prepared in line with contemporary education approaches, the department provides students with the ability to prepare and implement programs that will support children’s movement, cognitive, social and emotional development by using games and sports methods.
50% of the department courses consists of “field courses” such as physical fitness, health information and first aid; “major area courses” such as introduction to education, educational psychology, and “general knowledge courses” such as Total Quality Management, Entrepreneurship and 20% of the department courses. 66% of the courses in our curriculum is theoretical and 34% is applied courses.
Sport Management is a meta-disciplinary area focuses on the basic functional areas of management field such as marketing, organizational behavior, human resources and economics with fields such as event management, sponsorship, facility management and media communication of sports industry. The Sport Management Department is an academic unit that provides students with opportunities to improve their management and organizational skills.
The students of Sport Management Department are educated in the disciplines of sports sciences and mainly in the fields of management science, human behavior, law, finance, business, health sciences, media and communication, and information technologies. Theoretical courses are given to give a broad perspective on basic subjects such as management sciences, business and economics, organization, psychology, sociology, communication, human resources and leadership. The students of this department graduate especially as individuals who are highly educated in their operational characteristics.