1. Demonstrate knowledge of established and emerging theories in sport and exercise psychology.
  2. Understand and be capable of applying the scientific method including its assumptions and implications; as well as employ an intellectual approach in hypothesis making and hypothesis testing.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to produce effective written work deemed publishable in appropriate professional contexts.
  4. Demonstrate skills and knowledge in designing and making oral presentations to audiences in both practical and scientific settings.
  5. Apply knowledge of the physical, psychological, and social aspects of sport and exercise to help others maximize performance in sport and exercise settings.
  6. Contribute to the body of knowledge of psychology in sport and exercise settings.
  7. Understand and demonstrate ethical responsibility as an educator, consultant and/or researcher, within educational, sport and exercise settings.
  8. Be capable of utilizing appropriate knowledge, methodologies, and pedagogical techniques to effectively teach at colleges and universities.
  9. Demonstrate the skills and proficiencies necessary to attain professional certification as a sport psychology consultant.