The educational aims of the Sport and Physical Activity masters support the mission statement of the University to provide a supportive yet challenging teaching and learning environment aimed at fully enhancing your knowledge, professional skills and employability. To achieve this, the educational aims of the programme are as follows: 1. To provide the opportunity to explore the rationale for providing sport and physical activity locally, nationally and internationally. This will offer the potential to focus on examining the emphasis of developing sport and physical activity participation interventions and the role and delivery of sport in supporting social change and impact through which personal, community, national and international development objectives may be achieved. 2. To provide the opportunity to explore the processes involved in developing and managing sport and physical activity locally, nationally and internationally. This will allow an examination of the core management practices associated with sport and physical activity organisations. This will include investigating and studying the core knowledge, skill sets and qualities necessary to implement strategies designed to achieve a variety of sport and social outcomes. The course has been designed to support you to acquire the necessary personal competencies, applied practical skill-sets and subject expertise needed to become theoretically informed and reflective practitioners. You will develop the ability to implement a wide range of programmes and interventions, as well as being able to manage people, projects and programmes to achieve sport and physical activity outcomes both nationally and internationally.
Applicants should have a good undergraduate degree at Honours level, or equivalent.
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