Full Time BSc (Hons) Applied Sports Performance (58994)

What topics are covered by the course?

What you will study
Modules studied can include:
Advanced Conditioning and coaching (20 credits)
Applied Sports Nutrition in Sports Performance (20 credits)
Applied Physiology in Sports Performance (20 credits)
Research Methods Processes and planning (20 credits)
Dissertation (40 credits)






Your Course Structure

You will be expected to undertake 10 hours per week of self-directed study per module. You will also receive 1 hour per week of student support where you will receive pastoral and academic guidance and study skills.
How you will learn
You will learn through a mix of lectures, seminars, case studies, simulations/role play, work-based projects, self-directed study and research. Guest speakers and industry visits will enhance your learning and application of this into work-based situations. You will be expected to undertake 10 hours per week of self-directed study per module. You will also receive 1 hour per week of student support where you will receive pastoral and academic guidance and study skills.

Who should attend?

Entry Requirements
Foundation Degree in Applied Sports Performance or a similar subject
or
Applicants with other Level 5 qualifications in appropriate subjects may also be considered

What will I be able to do on completion?

Further study
Students successfully completing the BSc (Hons) in Applied Sports Performance can continue externally onto a level 7 program at another institution

Career opportunities
This programme is designed to provide a route into a wide variety of Coaching and sport related opportunities. Students who have been successful on the course have gone on to careers in teaching, the fitness industry and working with a wide varied of athletes both professionally and within the community.



How will I be assessed?

The programme includes a varied range of academic and vocational assessments designed in line with employer consultation to provide you with the key skills and attributes necessary for working within the health related fitness industry. These include; group presentations; portfolios; Laboratory work: progress files; simulations; blogs and; open book examinations.

Venue University Centre, Wakefield City Campus
Programme Level Level 6
Full-time/Part-time Full Time
Duration Full-time - 1 year
Start Date September 2014
Day/Evening Day

Guide Price: Please contact us for details

Delivery: Classroom
Category: Sport & Recreation »
Duration: 1 year
Qualification: BSc (Hons)

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This course is conducted at:

  • Thornes Park Campus

    Thornes Park Campus

    Wakefield College
    Thornes Park Campus
    Thornes Park
    Wakefield

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