This course is aimed at sport and exercise sciences graduates who wish to further their studies in sport and exercise psychology. 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) Physical Activity and Health Dissertation (60 credits)
Plus 60 credits with at least 15 credits from: Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise Individual Differences in Sport and Exercise Social Processes in Sport and Exercise
Remaining credits from: Professional Development Applied Sport Physiology (30 credits) Lab Techniques in Physiology and Biomechanics Performance Lifestyle Research and Application in the Psychology of Sports Performance Psychological Skills for Practitioners
*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
The normal entry requirement is at least a UK upper second class (2:1) Honours degree or equivalent internationally recognised qualification in sport and exercise sciences or related science discipline.
Recipient: Brunel University London
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