Coach and Athletic Director

April/May 2019

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C O A C H A D . C O M 53 Joshua Wildeman was a high school teacher and strength and conditioning coordinator when he found the Ball State University online master's in athletic coaching education. Textbooks, classes, research projects, and his research advisor pushed him toward a field he favored. "The curriculum has strong elements of how to enhance athletic performance," says Wildeman, alumnus of the master's program. "Also, I believe my experience in the athletic training class is why I have such a collaborative relationship with our athletic training staff at USI." Athletic directors, athletic trainers, and coaches of all categories—future coaches included—can learn more: bsu.edu/online/coaching/CAD. Strength coach finds online master's in athletic coaching education is a strong fit. Other considerations: • Finish in five semesters • Do internship in your workplace • No GRE required Ball State Online Joshua Wildeman, Kinesiology instructor/head coach, strength and conditioning University of Southern Indiana Choose #123 online or text CADAPR 123 to 41411

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