The program's curriculum includes courses in psychology, sport sciences, research methods, and sport psychology. On the first year, all students take the same courses, including a summer course between years one and two. During the second year, the students on the Thesis Track start working on their theses, while the students on the Applied Track start their internships. The second year also provides flexibility for the students to take elective courses that are related to their career goals. Options on campus include business classes for those interested in having a private practice; health management courses, for those interested in working with exercise psychology; social work classes to improve interpersonal skills; and leadership and group dynamics classes with the master's program in management.
Students may also have a dual track, upon acceptance of their application for a dual track, but it would take them longer than two years to complete the program.
Below is the potential outline of the curriculum for the two years (please note that this curriculum is subjective to change).
First Year - Fall Credits
Professional Ethics in Psychology 3
Empathic Listening Skills 3
Theories of Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology 3
First Year - Spring Credits
Advanced Psychological Statistics                                     3
Applied Sport and Performance Psychology 3
Multicultural Psychology                        3
First Year - Summer Credits
Advanced Psychological Research Methods                   3
Second Year - Fall Credits
Sport Sociology 3
Internship I OR Thesis I                                                   3
Elective I 3
Second Year - Spring Credits
Internship II OR Thesis II 3
Psychology of Sport Injury                                               3
Elective II 3