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Master of Science in Sports Performance (MSc)

Course Description

The MSc in Sports Performance will prepare successful graduates for careers in sports performance analysis, specialising in strength & conditioning, video analysis and nutrition. It will increase understanding of the processes of advanced practice in sport performance analysis, by appreciating and challenging the current practice and designing innovative alternatives.
The programme includes professional CCC and ISPAS accreditation, and students will learn to: Display originality in S&C; Demonstrate the skills of utilising video notational analysis; Understand nutritional planning for elite sports performance; Optimise player development and progression; Appreciate research within speed sports; Perform lab and field skills for human movement research.

Entry Requirements

An undergraduate degree, 2.2 honours (Level 8 - National Qualifications Authority of Ireland) or higher, with preference given to applicants with related subjects such as health, sports science, physical education, nutrition, physiotherapy, anatomy or human biology. Relevant work experience will be advantageous. Entry to the programme will be based on the result of a written application and appropriate academic references. RPL (Recognised Prior Learning) entry will be available for those with unrelated degrees or different qualifications. Applications close September each year for following January entry. See ‘UL Sports Performance’ website for details.

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