Masters degrees in Sport Conditioning, Rehabilitation & Therapy train postgraduates to work with athletes and sportspeople in crucial support roles. They offer general training in medical and sports science as well as the skills required for more specialised occupations.
Typical postgraduate specialisms in this subject area include Strength and Conditioning, Sports Injury Rehabilitation, Sports Physiotherapy and other branches of Sport and Exercise Science.
Why study a Masters in Sport Conditioning, Rehabilitation & Therapy?
All courses in this subject area have a shared focus on supporting the health and success of people involved in athletic or sporting pursuits.
Beyond this, opportunities for specialisation are highly varied. You might focus on the prevention of injury in a specific sport, or learn to provide medical care and support to individuals recovering from injuries or managing a disability.
This diversity is reflected in the career opportunities for successful postgraduates. Professional sports teams and athletic organisations employ specialist support staff with these skills. Other roles exist with health services and public or private medical practices.
Note that some career pathways may require or benefit from professional accreditation and membership. Check the details of the course you apply to.