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Strength and Conditioning (MSc)

Course Description

About this course

Are you highly motivated with an interest in strength and conditioning and sport science? Looking to have a real impact on sport and athletic development? This course gives you the knowledge and practical competencies to go on to further studies or a career in strength and conditioning.

You’ll focus on the practical aspects of the discipline, covering topics including the physiology of strength and conditioning, applied strength and conditioning, contemporary issues and professional practice for the benefit of athletes in the sporting industry.

“It’s inspiring. You are constantly surrounded by individuals with a very high level of knowledge and experience within the industry.” Sam Bacon MSc Strength and Conditioning."

You’ll be working in some of the best campus sports facilities in the UK, including sport and exercise science labs accredited by the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES), and learning useful skills thanks to course recognition by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Full time


Part time


Who would this Course suit?

If you've graduated from a sport science, health or physical science discipline and want to develop your practical and theoretical understanding of strength and conditioning, this is the course for you.

Visit the Strength and Conditioning (MSc) page on the Northumbria University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

The minimum entry requirement for students is a first degree, normally in the Upper Second Class category in a relevant discipline (such as sports science, sports performance and coaching, physical education, physiotherapy etc).Applicants from other disciplines may be admitted where they can demonstrate a strong anatomy and physiology knowledge as determined by the Programme Leader.

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