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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.
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.
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Strength and Conditioning is a popular area within sport science, predominantly from within the discipline of physiology, often requiring knowledge of inter-disciplinary applied sport science and coaching. Read more
The course is aimed at students who have undertaken a sports science, sports coaching or related undergraduate degree and who wish to continue their studies and progress to working within elite athletics. Read more
There has been a growing demand for Strength and Conditioning practitioners outside of professional sport structures, with the increasing professionalisation of amateur sports such as the GAA. Read more
Enhance your skill set as a sports scientist by developing the clinical competencies needed to establish yourself as a Sport Rehabilitator with this Sport Rehabilitation Masters degree. Read more
The MSc in Sport Rehabilitation educates students in the management and care of the injured athlete or those returning to physical activity following prolonged illness. Read more
Do you want to further your knowledge of sport science and athletic development? Solent’s sport science and performance coaching master’s degree has been designed in partnership with industry experts to help equip students with skills, experience and knowledge precisely tailored to industry requirements. Read more
This course will further the knowledge, skills and abilities of sports rehabilitators, sports therapists, physiotherapists and other allied health professionals currently working in the area of sports injury rehabilitation and prevention. Read more
This physiotherapy degree seeks to educate students in the management and care of individuals with a range of long-term conditions or musculoskeletal injury. Read more
This is a specialist academic and clinical online masters course, exclusively for doctors. You may be managing recreational and elite athletes already or be looking to deepen your knowledge of musculoskeletal injuries, so that you can better assess, treat and advise your patients in your practice. Read more
With an excellent reputation for teaching quality, our MSc Sport and Health Sciences presents an exciting and challenging opportunity to develop scientific understanding of sport, exercise and health. Read more
This is a part-time distance-learning programme (it can be completed in four, or up to eight years) Students who exit the programme before achieving a DHealth award may be eligible for other exit awards. Read more