Study Sport and Clinical Biomechanics in the world-leading School of Sport and Exercise Science at Liverpool John Moores University
. This Masters degree features extensive training in lab-based skills plus analysis of contemporary issues.
•Course available to study full time (1 year) and part time (2-3 years)
•Developed by world-leading researchers from our pioneering School of Sport and Exercise Science
•Modules complement the specific expertise of the biomechanics staff and include: clinical gait analysis and virtual rehabilitation, muscle and tendon mechanics and biomechanical assessment and injury prevention
•Access to state-of-the-art biomechanics laboratories in the award-winning Tom Reilly Building, including the Movement Function Research Laboratory
•Exciting career opportunities in clinical or sports biomechanics and/or academic and professional development
•Ideal for physiotherapists who wish to deepen their biomechanical expertise
Study under the guidance of world-leaders in biomechanics and take your own knowledge into our state-of-the-art facilities. We welcome applications from those interested in the movement and mechanism of the human body, and dedicated to the application and advancement of this field of study.
Biomechanics is the study of the mechanical functioning of the biological system. This course applies biomechanical knowledge in both a sporting and clinical context.
The curriculum is research-led with a number of core modules being directly informed by the current research activity of staff. Extensive training is provided in laboratory-based skills and in the interpretation of biomechanical findings and there is comprehensive coverage of contemporary issues in biomechanics.
The course is taught through a mixture of lectures, seminars, tutorial support, practical sessions and workshops which encourage critical, reflective engagement with a range of theoretical and applied topics.
You will also be exposed to a wide range of research questions in biomechanics and learn how to critically appraise and interpret the literature. The diversity of assessment methods, including written coursework and oral viva assessment, are innovative and well received by students.
We would normally expect a minimum of an upper second class (2.1) BSc (Hons) degree in physiotherapy, physical sciences, sport or other relevant discipline which has a substantial biomechanics component at level 6.Degree classification: (2.1) BSc (Hons) degreeOther relevant discipline which has a substantial biomechanics component at level 3.Industry experience: Please refer to Admission HubInternational qualification: Please refer to Admission HubOverseas students whose first language is not English will further require an IELTS score of 6.5 or above.