Strength & Conditioning at Bournemouth University - UCAS

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Course summary

Strength and conditioning coaches are critical contributors to athletic training. You will develop industry standard practical skills whilst applying cutting edge scientific knowledge, to optimise performance and mitigate the risk of injury. Why study MSc Strength and Conditioning at BU?

  • Undertake 150 hours work placement to build your professional networks and enhance your career prospects
  • The course is aligned to the UK Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA) professional standards to allow progression onto industry accreditation
  • Your learning is based in our state-of-the-art Strength and Conditioning Suite and Human Performance Laboratories
  • Be part of our vibrant community of post graduate students studying Sport and Exercise
  • Take advantage of opportunities to apply your learning with Sport Scholars to develop your coaching and communication skills
  • Develop advanced professional skills crucial for careers within Strength and Conditioning, that are transferable to other career paths.


Core units: Advanced Physiological Responses to Exercise | Neuromuscular Adaption | Periodisation and Programme Design | Practical Strength and Conditioning | Independent Project | Professional Practice and Placement Option units: Insights through Data Visualisation | Data Science for Sport | Nutrition, Health and Psychology | Understanding Safe Sport | Inclusive Practices in Sport

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Strength & Conditioning at Bournemouth University - UCAS