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MACSL program earns accreditation

Randolph’s Master of Arts in Coaching and Sport Leadership program has earned accreditation from the National Committee for Accreditation of Coaching Education (NCACE) after a yearlong process.

Operating as a program of the United States Center for Coaching Excellence, NCACE offers accreditation and national recognition to sport organizations and academic institutions responsible for the preparation of coaches at any and all levels of sport.

The College’s Master of Arts in Coaching and Sport Leadership (MACSL) program is the only accredited coaching education graduate program in Virginia and one of less than 12 accredited coaching education graduate programs in the entire country.

“We are so excited to move forward with this important credential,” said Meghan Halbrook, director of the MACSL program. “NCACE is the premier authority on coaching education in the United States and requires a rigorous review process to certify programmatic alignment with SHAPE America’s National Standards for Sport Coaches. This accreditation reaffirms our goal of professionalizing the field of coaching and ensuring that our graduates are trained effectively to meet the unique developmental needs of every athlete.”

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