This course is aimed at sport and exercise sciences graduates who wish to further their studies in physiology and biomechanics sub-disciplines. It is excellent preparation for higher research qualifications (e.g., PhD) or practitioner training for becoming an accredited sport and exercise scientist through BASES.
(15 credits unless stated):
Research Methods and Data Analysis (45 credits) Applied Sports Physiology (30 credits) Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise Physical Activity and Health Dissertation (60 credits)
Plus Laboratory Techniques in Physiology and Biomechanics OR Performance Lifestyle
*Outstanding Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (NSS equivalent) ratings *2014: 100% of student respondents would recommend the course to another prospective student *Engaging course team with a wealth of teaching, practitioner and research experience