The online theoretical content will provide the basis for the ‘on campus’ sessions, in order to put your learning into practice and provide some context to the theories. Throughout this course, you will study the discipline of Performance Analysis in Sport and gain an understanding of how this vastly growing sector interacts with a multitude of Sports Science disciplines. You will: • Have access to industry standard Performance Analysis equipment and be taught by industry professionals • Learn how this exciting discipline is used across sports to enhance performance • Generate an understanding of how Performance Analysis can be utilised in relation to sport injuries and how this can be measured • Have the opportunity to conduct some primary research that could lead to publications, which may inform future Performance Analysis practice The MSc course is offered on both a full-time (one year) and part-time basis. The full-time course runs over three academic semesters (October through to September the following year), whilst giving you the chance to exit with the following awards: • Postgraduate Certificate: completion of one module • Postgraduate Diploma: completion of two modules • Masters: completion of two modules plus a dissertation In order to achieve an award of MSc Performance Analysis in Sport you must successfully complete the modules Performance Analysis and Injury Prevention and Performance Measurement, along with producing a thesis for the dissertation module. The part-time course can be studied over two or three years, with the final module of the two-year option taught over the summer.
BSc/BA (Hons) graduates with an appropriate sports or exercise related subject area (Sports Science, Sports Rehabilitation, Sports Coaching). Prospective students will normally be required to have achieved a 2.1 Honours degree, but consideration will be given to students with a 2.2 Honours degree with appropriate experience and satisfactory references. We welcome applications from students who may not have formal/traditional entry criteria but who have relevant experience or the ability to pursue the course successfully.
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