Admissions AM Information Program
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to park and check-in. A short, introductory DVD followed by a presentation from an Admissions Counselor will go from 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. At 11:00 a.m. a current student will take guests on a walking tour of campus. The tour will conclude around 12:30 p.m. Please go to www.oswego.edu/visit to register for this event.
Location: 222 Sheldon Hall, Historic Lecture Hall
Wednesday, Feb 22, 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Science Today Lecture: Julia R. Koeppe
Professor Julia R. Koeppe of the chemistry department will talk about "Biophysical studies of a link between blood clotting and inflammation." Part of the Science Today lecture series. Free; parking for those without a campus parking sticker is $1 -- see oswego.edu/parking. 315-312-6586. email@example.com.
Location: Room 122, Shineman Center
Wednesday, Feb 22, 4 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Men's Lacrosse vs. SUNY Poly
Location: Laker Turf Stadium
Friday, March 3, 4 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Women's Lacrosse vs. Clarkson
Free with valid student ID
Location: Laker Turf Stadium
Tuesday, March 7, 4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
New York State TEMPORARY COACHING LICENSE and Athletic Coaching Minor
New York State Temporary Coaching License
Students should plan to complete the Athletic Coaching minor over four semesters. The athletic coaching minor is designed for students who wish to coach in New York
State secondary schools (grades 7-12). Coursework extends beyond the credits required for the New York State Temporary Coaching License. Anyone wishing to coach interscholastic athletic activities (grades 7-12) in New York State (NYS) public schools must apply for Coaching Certification through the New York State Education Department (NYSED). Individuals with NYS Teacher Certification may apply directly after completing the necessary coursework and trainings. All others must apply for a NYS Temporary Coaching License. After acquiring at least three Temporary Renewals, a Professional Coaching License may be acquired. A holder of a Professional Coaching License is considered on "equal footing" with certified teachers for coaching positions. The Department of Health Promotion and Wellness at SUNY Oswego currently offers the three courses required for the New York State Temporary Coaching Certification as part of the Athletic Coaching Minor. For a New York State Temporary Coaching License a current and valid Red Cross Responding to Emergencies [or its equivalent] card is required at the time of application. SAVE (Safe Schools, Healthy Students) and DASA (Dignity for All Students Act) training is required as is fingerprinting and school district recommendation for appointment to coaching positions. SUNY Oswego offers both SSHS 1020 (Safe Schools, Healthy Students) and DASA 1020 (Dignity for All Students Act) professional development workshops administered through the Division of Extended Learning in support of degrees conferred through the School of Education.
Teacher Education Majors:
Teachers who are not certified in the area of physical education are required to complete Theory & Techniques of Coaching and Health Sciences Applied to Coaching within 3 years of his/ her employment as a coach a the secondary level. Philosophy, Principles and Organization of Athletics in Education must be completed within the first 2 years of employment as a coach.
All non-classroom teacher coaches need to apply for a NYS Temporary Coaching License (nurses, pupil personnel service staff, teaching assistants, community members, etc.). Non-classroom teachers may only be appointed if there are no certified teachers available with experience and qualifications to coach the sport.
NY State Department of Education mandates three required courses:
1. PED 215 The Philosophy, Principles and Organization of Athletics in Education
2. PED 340 Health Sciences Applied to Coaching and Physical Activity
3. PED 350 Theory and Techniques of Coaching
For a New York State Temporary Coaching License a current and valid Red Cross Responding to Emergencies [or its equivalent] card is required at the time of application. SAVE training is required as is fingerprinting and school district recommendation for appointment to coaching positions.
For detailed information go to: NYS Coaching Guidelines : http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/pe/toolkitdocs/coachingguidelines_07_09.pdf
Athletic Coaching Minor ( 18 credits) **Currently being revised for 2015-16 academic year-see Dr Bargainnier for detailed advising
The coaching minor is designed for students who wish to coach in secondary schools (grades 7-12). Coursework extends beyond the credits required for the New York State Temporary Coaching License.
The revised MINOR will be official starting fall 2015 semester:
- PED 215 - The Philosophy, Principles and Organization of Athletics in Education- 3 cr
- PED 340 - Health Sciences Applied to Coaching- 3 cr
- PED 350 Theory and Techniques of Coaching- 3 cr
- HDV 322 Child Devlelopment OR HDV 323 Adolescent Development 3 cr
- HSC 300 - Emergency Medical Technician-Basic 6 cr
- HSC 315 Nutrition Concepts- 3cr
- HSC 332 - Essentials of Exercise Physiology -3cr
- HSC 343 - Drug Use and Abuse in Society- 3cr
- PED 290 Intercollegiate Athletics 1-3 cr
- PED 325 Women in Sport 3 cr
- PED 444 Athletic Training 3 cr ( requires instructor permission)