|Location||United Kingdom, Chichester|
|Type||Master courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1 year|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Candidates should normally have a good honours degree (upper class second or first class honours) in a subject deemed relevant to the course (e.g., Sports Therapy, Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation), with a proportion of study in human performance related modules (e.g. Exercise Physiology, Biomechanics, Psychology).
You must take the original entry qualification documents along with you when you finally go to the university.
Translated into English
no element less than 6.0 in every sub-test. Or equivalent test (CAE).
Two academic references.
Will normally be required to attend interview and satisfy the panel that they are able to complete the course. The interview will also seek to establish potential gaps in knowledge that may hinder student progress. Where such gaps are identified candidates may be referred to preparatory study prior to the start of the course.
This one-year full time programme of study is designed for Sports Therapy, Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation graduates seeking to extend their knowledge and professional expertise in the field of Sports and Exercise Therapy. There has been a marked growth for professional people with a specialist expertise in acute sports trauma, physical rehabilitation, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of a wide range of sporting injuries. The MSc Sport and Exercise Therapy programme aims to enhance the professional knowledge, skills and experience of individuals who wish to pursue a career in Sport and Exercise Therapy or, those currently employed within a clinical environment. The processes and theories underpinning Sport and Exercise Therapy will be explored, with key practical competencies all delivered in conjunction with an intensive Clinical Placement.
All students are required to complete four modules in their chosen pathway plus two modules in Research Methods and Statistics and a Research Dissertation.
• Advances in Sports Injury Management of the Upper Quadrant
• Advances in Sports Injury Management of the Lower Quadrant
• Research Methods and Statistics 1
• Research Methods and Statistics 2
• Clinical Placement
• Applied Techniques in Sport and Exercise Sciences (elective)
• Independent Study Module (elective)
• Research Dissertation
To gain an MSc in Sport and Exercise Therapy, students need to complete six modules, and a dissertation of 12,000 words.