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Sociology of Sport and Exercise


Course Description

Now in its tenth year, this programme provides students with a sociological understanding of sport and exercise and is taught by the Chester Centre for Research into Sport and Society (CCRSS). It is a modular programme delivered on Thursday evenings and Friday mornings, and is available to students wishing to study full and part-time. Graduates from the programme typically secure employment in a variety of areas including: PhD study; research/lecturing in further and higher education; community sports development; sport and education; administrative/management roles in Sports Councils/governing bodies of sport/public and private sector; sport policy; public health; and sports journalism.

Visit the Sociology of Sport and Exercise page on the University of Chester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Minimum of a lower second class honours degree (2:2) in sport and exercise sciences, sociology, education, health, history or related subject, or equivalent professional qualifications and relevant work experience in the broad fields of sport, education, health and leisure.

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