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Sport Science (Top-Up)

University Centre Rotherham

UCAS Code: 3W9M | Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)

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About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2022

**About this Course:**

The Degree in Sport Science is ideal for individuals who wish to top-up from a relevant Foundation Degree to further their career in the sport, fitness and exercise industry. You will develop both your practical and theoretical knowledge of fitness and performance as well as covering units such as contemporary issues in physical education and sport and performance analysis.

On our BSc Hons Degree in Sport Science students have access to our excellent sports facilities which include:

-A fully commercial, on-site sports centre (DVC Sports)

-FIFA 2-star accredited 3G Astroturf pitch

-Multisport cages

-Full-size grass football pitches

-Sports hall

-State-of-the-art fitness suite

We use a wealth of sporting equipment and technology used by professional sports clubs including a sports GPS system, timing gates and various other technological equipment used to measure fitness and performance.

**Modules Covered:**
- Dissertation

- Advanced Coaching Science

- Contemporary Issues in Sport

- Advanced Special Populations

- Employability and Enterprise

-Sports Science Support

**Progression:**
- Employment opportunities can include sports coach, performance coach, fitness centre manager or sports development officer.

- With further study you could progress into employment in teaching or sports analysis.

**Entry Requirements:**
- GCSE Maths and English at grade C/4 or above or equivalent

- A relevant Level 5 qualification such as a Foundation Degree in Sport and Exercise or of a similar degree

- Completion of a 2-year Foundation Degree in a related discipline with minimum 50% grade in year 2

If you do not meet these requirements please contact us as we are able to consider applicants with other qualifications, relevant experience or personal circumstances on an individual basis.

Tuition fees

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England
£6,900
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,900
per year
Scotland
£6,900
per year
Wales
£6,900
per year

The Uni


Course locations:

Dearne Valley College

North Notts College - Retford Post-16 Centre

Department:

Sport and Fitness

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