Graduate Certificates in Sport, Coaching and Recreation


The Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation offers four sport, coaching and recreation graduate certificates designed to enhance your skills and boost your career while you work. Earn a graduate-level credential completely online.

Classes begin in January. Apply today!

Click on the certificates below to learn more.

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Sport and Recreation Management Graduate Certificate

The Sport and Recreation Management Graduate Certificate is designed to give you management skills in recreation, sport and health. Learn finance, marketing, public sector leadership, facility management and public relations.

 

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Indigenous Sport and Recreation Graduate Certificate

The Indigenous Sport and Recreation Graduate Certificate is designed to help working professionals understand and help build relationships with healthy Indigenous communities through sport and recreation.

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Adapted Physical Activity Graduate Certificate

Help reduce barriers to active lifestyles and sports through the Adapted Physical Activity Graduate Certificate. Learn to coach athletes experiencing disability, understand program evaluation and practice accessibility design.

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Coaching Graduate Certificate

Take your career in coaching to the next level. Learn to analyze performance, provide support to athletes in training, design the perfect program and provide valuable feedback with the Coaching Graduate Certificate.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES


KSR Recreation Forum

Recreation Forum - Due to Covid-19, this event has been temporarily postponed until further notice

Join us for a one-day professional-development opportunity to learn and share best practices to enhance programs and services; engage in discussions on topics such as inclusion, and, connect with others in the fields of recreation, sport, and health!

 

Laddering KSR

Laddering to a Master of Arts Degree

Laddering of freestanding graduate-level certificates into a master's degree means that a student who holds specific certificates may be able to use the courses from the certificate to receive advanced standing in a course-based master's degree.

 

Contact Us - KSR at the U of A

For additional information please contact:

Jill Cameron, Manager, Community Education
Phone: 780.492.8369
Email: KSRCertificates@ualberta.ca