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Applied Exercise Physiology (MSc)


Course Description

* 2017 entry

Our MSc in Applied Exercise Physiology involves a systematic examination of key applied fields in exercise physiology such as exercise testing, nutrition, training and rehabilitation. Taught by internationally recognised experts in the field you will benefit from a teaching approach that asks you to question prevailing wisdom and gain practical laboratory experience with a wide range of techniques to measure physiological parameters using state of the art equipment. An MSc in Applied Exercise Physiology will provide you with an excellent basis from which to enter a career in clinical exercise science, work within professional sport or develop your own business in supporting amateur and elite sports performers alike to realise their goals. -

Visit the Applied Exercise Physiology (MSc) page on the Liverpool Hope University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Normally a First Class or Upper Second Class Honours Degree in a relevant subject such as Sports Science, Exercise Science or similar

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