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Selby College

Sports Coaching and Exercise Science

UCAS Code: C6J8

Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)

Entry requirements


A minimum of 40 UCAS points must come from A2 in a relevant subject

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•A Levels (a minimum of 40 UCAS points must come from A2 in a relevant subject) •BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma (QCF) in a relevant subject The following are also required: •Grade C or above in GCSE English, Maths and Science •An Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check •Two satisfactory references Applications from mature students with relevant professional/life experience are welcome. You might be required to provide further evidence to decide on your suitability for the course and an admissions test may be used in certain circumstances.

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2021

The programme leads to a BSc in Sports Coaching and Exercise Science, validated by the University of Hull.

The three year programme will provide the perfect platform to anyone wanting a career in a variety of roles within the sport industry. The main coaching modules will equip you with key skills to work with groups and individuals at both grassroots and elite level. These skills will be developed by science-based knowledge to underpin your level of understanding. The knowledge gained will assist you in the process of working with clients on a more individual basis. The programme will embed information about how these processes are supported from a funding and planning perspective, and you will gain a clear comprehension of the ethical and safeguarding concepts that underpin pedagogy in teaching, when working with others.

Modules

Modules currently include*: Year 1 (Certificate Stage) Introduction to Research Methods; Sport and Exercise Physiology; Sports Development; Sport and Exercise Psychology; Coaching Methods; Field-Based Fitness Testing and Training Theory. Year 2 (Diploma Stage)*: Managing Career Development; Coaching Children and Young Performers; Nutrition for Sports Performance; Athletic Preparation for Sport Performance; Contemporary Sport Issues; Research Design. Year 3 (Honours Stage)*: Independent Research Project; Physical Activity and Health Promotion; Specialist Coaching and Leadership; Qualitative Analysis of Sport Performance; Current Practice in Physical Education and Coaching. * Modules may be subject to change from year to year, due to curriculum updating/sector changes/changes in delivery staff specialisms or awarding body requirements.

Tuition fees

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England
£7,320
per year
Northern Ireland
£7,320
per year
Scotland
£7,320
per year
Wales
£7,320
per year

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Selby College

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Science, Technology and Design

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