MSc Sport and Health Sciences
The MSc in Sport and Health Sciences is a popular and well-established postgraduate degree, which appeals to graduate students from a variety of disciplines. During the programme you will learn to apply the latest theoretical concepts to practical sport and health science problems and projects, supervised by internationally recognised academic researchers.
Modules have been developed around the research expertise of the staff across various diverse disciplines including psychology, sociology, physiology, biomechanics, sport and exercise medicine and paediatric exercise science.
The MSc Sport and Health Sciences is available for study 12 months full-time and 24 months part-time. The full-time variant is studied over three terms and is University-based throughout this time. The taught components of the programme are delivered in the first two terms; you then have a four-month period in which to complete your Dissertation of Journal Article for submission at the end of August. The part-time variant follows the same pattern as the full-time, but is studied over 24 months. Part-time students are encouraged to complete 60 credits each year and to start their Dissertation of Journal Article in term 3 of the first year with completion in the second year.
During the programme you will study 180 credits comprised of a number of compulsory modules, including a Dissertation/Journal Article, and optional modules. Please note that all options are available timetable permitting and may change.
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University of Exeter
Tuition & Financial Aid
Financial Aid Offered: No