The socio-cultural study of sport has become ever more significant. Drawing upon two major areas of study within the socio-cultural study of sport, this degree focuses upon the sociology and ethics (philosophy) of sport, distinguishing this from other socio-cultural related sport programmes. The course content is informed by current and innovative research and has been praised for its scope and flexibility in assessment that allows students to pursue and develop individual interests. In most cases students' crafting of these ideas are applied to future career aspirations.
Due to the popularity of the postgraduate sport programmes, please ensure you submit your application as early as possible. Programmes will be closed over the summer when full capacity is reached.
Modules are designed to focus on a range of issues, contexts and approaches to explorations of current issues in sport and physical culture. These include becoming/being disabled, human interface with technology, jock culture, sexuality in sport, female bodies in sport such as boxing, taking risks and cheating in sport.
Social Issues and Sporting Experience Research Methods for Sport (Qualitative pathway) Changing Practice in Sport and Physical Culture Sport and Morality Equality and Justice in Sport Independent Study Dissertation In order to qualify for the MA, students are required to successfully complete a 15,000 word dissertation project.
The postgraduate scholarship is an award for those studying a full time taught masters programme at Cardiff Met in 2015. The award will pay for your fees in full, valued at £4000 depending on the course.
Please fill in the online application form at: http://www.cardiffmet.ac.uk/pgscholarshipsOr visit the website to download the application form and return by:Post: Admissions, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Western Avenue, Cardiff, CF5 2YB Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 029 20 416286You will receive notification that we have received your application and successful applicants will be notified in September following enrollment.
Applicants should normally have one of the following:An honours degree (2.1 or above ) in a sport or leisure related area appropriate to the pathwayCandidates with exceptional and extensive work experience in education, coaching, leisure management or recreation will also be considered for entry to the pathway. An honours degree (2.1 or above) in an alternative discipline area that is acceptable to the programme leader.
Recipient: Cardiff Metropolitan University
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