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MSc Sport and Exercise Nutrition

Course Description

Over the past decade, the impact that nutrition has on athletic performance has become increasingly clear. The MSc in Sports and Exercise Nutrition aims to enable students to develop an evidence-based approach to understanding the science of sports nutrition and the application of sport and exercise nutrition for groups and individuals.

This course is accredited by Sports Dieticians UK (SDUK). Blended learning allows for maximum flexibility to fit study into your schedule and you will have the opportunity to generate evidence for a number of competencies as outlined in the Sports and Exercise Nutrition register (SENr).

There is growing recognition that appropriate nutrition is essential for performance and recovery in sport. A increasing number of athletes at all levels of achievement require support from appropriately trained professionals in this field. The Sports and Exercise Nutrition MSc will give you the skills needed to deliver this support.

Modules include:

Human Physiology and Anthropometry for Sports and Exercise Nutrition;
Applied Nutrition for Sports and Exercise;
Applied Nutrition for Sport and Exercise: Application to Individuals and Groups.

Visit the MSc Sport and Exercise Nutrition page on the Coventry University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

An honours degree in dietetics or human nutrition. Modules of study must include physiology. Students should have achieved a 2:2 or above.oran honours degree in sports science - modules of study must include human nutrition at level 3. Students should have achieved a 2:2 or aboveoran equivalent qualification: applicants must be able to demonstrate interest, enthusiasm and continuous professional development - ideally in the field of sports nutrition.

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