Colorado Christian University
Dr. Brad Camp

Dr. Brad Camp

Faculty Spotlight

Degrees and Experience
  • Ph.D. in Health and Human Performance (Middle Tennessee State University)
  • M.S. in Health and Human Performance (Middle Tennessee State University)
  • B.S. in Sport Management (Trevecca Nazarene University)
Biography and Professional Achievements

Dr. Brad Camp brings experience from working within academia and the industry. He has taught several undergraduate lecture courses in the program of Health and Human performance at Middle Tennessee State University. He also published research, revised course curriculum, received accolades for his role as teaching assistant, and was awarded a Provost Writing Fellowship in his time at MTSU.

Dr. Camp also brings a plethora of industry experience. Some of his roles in the field have included director of coaching and player development for various youth organizations, coaching roles at NCAA DI, DII, and DIII programs, and working with sport ministry organizations overseas.

Dr. Camp is passionate about developing Christian leaders in the field of kinesiology and exercise science. He firmly believes in providing faith-based mentorship, guidance, and instruction to those he works with.

Publications:
  • Camp, B. Gray, J. (2016). "Providing positive experiences in youth sport: Successes, failures, and creative practices in youth soccer." Illuminare: A Student Journal in Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Studies, 14(1): 10-21.