About the course
Final validation pending*
Working under expert coaches and with professional teams and athletes, this degree enables you to combine your training with science to understand high-performance sport. You’ll learn how to understand and analyse the relationships between fatigue, adaptation, performance and injury, how to acquire meaning performance data, and how to work within the culture of a high performance industry. A key focus for this programme is boosting your employability for a career in the industry. A dedicated work placement module is available as part of the programme and provides a number of free, industry-related continuing professional development workshops.
The course is underpinned by strong relationships with a wide variety of professional and semi-professional clubs in the region. You’ll learn from tutors who’ve collaborated with the likes of FIFA, the International Olympic Committee and the World Anti-Doping Agency. You will also benefit from facilities such as our Sports Rehabilitation Suite, Health and Human Performance Laboratory, Environmental Chamber, Performance Analysis Suite, and Exercise Physiology Laboratories. These are on top of our excellent indoor and outdoor sports facilities, which are currently undergoing a £16 million transformation.
What you'll study
We’re still finalising this programme, and will add the module details soon. Please check back later for updates to this course.
All modules are subject to availability and this list may change at any time.
Strength and Conditioning for Injury and Rehabilitation
Performance and Analysis
Research Methods and Statistics
Applied Sports Physiology
*What does final validation pending mean?
We regularly review our courses to make sure they continue to meet our academic standards. Any changes to courses go through a re-validation process. ‘Final validation pending’ means that we intend to offer this programme, but it hasn’t received final University approval yet. Please call our Admissions Service on 01482 466850 for confirmation that the course is approved and will be running.