Be taught by expert staff with industry-relevant accreditations who are actively engaged in research projects that inform the future of sport and exercise science, Put what you learn into practice using our ties to local sports and healthcare providers, Boost your transferable skills such as teamwork, decision making, communication and time management, Have the opportunity to learn a language and earn credit towards your degree as part of the University's, climatic chambers for manipulating temperature, humidity and altitude (including one at sub-zero temperatures, for polar preparation), a portable EMG system for measuring muscle activity, a motion tracking system with integrated force platforms, sport science support (UK Sport, EIS, professional clubs), Apply biomechanical knowledge and principles to a variety of sporting situations, Utilise appropriate practical skills for the collection and analysis of biomechanical data, Manage information and communicate effectively in an appropriate format for biomechanics, a 20-minute practical skills assessment (30% of final mark), Apply sport and exercise physiology knowledge and principles to a variety of sporting situations, Use appropriate practical skills for the collection and analysis of sport and exercise physiology data, Develop appropriate teamwork skills during physiological data collection, Manage information and communicate effectively in an appropriate format for sport and exercise physiology, Describe basic knowledge of theories in the core areas of sport and exercise psychology, Describe how psychological methods can be used to influence sport and exercise behaviour and performance, Describe information from a variety of sources, including qualitative and quantitative research, Display the appropriate enquiry skills to conduct measurement and/or analytical procedures in sport and exercise psychology in a safe, reliable and precise manner, Utilise leadership or collaborative working skills to support success, Effectively communicate key aspects and findings to a variety of audiences using a range of media, a written assignment including essay (20% of final mark), a 90-minute written exam (50% of final mark), Critically evaluate the cardio-pulmonary and metabolic responses to exercise in healthy individuals, Critically evaluate various physiological factors limiting exercise ability in healthy adults, Utilise appropriate data handling and analysis techniques & interpret your findings, a coursework portfolio (50% of final mark), a 1-hour written exam (50% of final mark), Compare and contrast biomechanical data collected using emerging digital technologies in new situations in either a sports injury or performance context, Demonstrate your ability to analyse biomechanical data within a team, to investigate applied scenarios, Communicate ideas relating to biomechanical analyses to a scientific audience, Apply knowledge and demonstrate intellectual curiosity of biomechanical principles to examples in sport and exercise, Demonstrate understanding of biomechanical data collection and processing methodologies, a 1,000-word coursework report (50% of final mark), Evaluate and appraise approaches to tackling research, innovation and enterprise projects, Propose and justify a suitable methodology and appropriate plan for a specific research, innovation or enterprise project, Propose and explain the correct analysis or evaluation approach for a specific research innovation or enterprise project, a 15-minute oral assessment and presentation (50% of final mark), Integrate and evaluate appropriate theories, models and research in sport and exercise psychology, Communicate your knowledge effectively through written work, Demonstrate intellectual curiosity of key and emerging issues in the psychology of sport and exercise for individuals, groups, and organisations, Locate, summarise and accurately reference appropriate information sources using current and emerging digital technologies to answer research questions, 2 x 2,000-word written assignments including essays (50% of final mark, each), Discuss the physiological responses to different environmental stressors, Discuss the physiological responses to different modes of exercise, Measure and evaluate the effect of the environment on exercise performance, Discuss the impact of task and environment on physical performance, 2 x written assignments including essay (35% of final mark, each), a coursework exercise (30% of final mark), Analyse, synthesise and evaluate current research on nutritional strategies suggested to optimise health and/or physical performance, Develop knowledge and proficiency in measurement techniques to indicate nutritional status in relation to health and or sport, Discuss and critically reflect upon the factors that determine energy balance and their relation to health and disease or sport performance, a 30-minute practical skills assessment (30% of final mark), a 3,000-word coursework report (70% of final mark), Explain the role of physical activity and exercise in the maintenance of optimal health across the lifespan, Measure, analyse and interpret physiological data in relation to health status, Demonstrate appropriate presentation skills to communicate scientific knowledge effectively, Explain the physiological adaptations that occur as humans age and how these relate to health status, Identify appropriate exercise tests and training programmes for paediatric and elderly populations, Explain the effects that physical activity and exercise training have on cardiovascular, metabolic, pulmonary and musculoskeletal health, a 15-minute oral assessment and presentation (30% of final mark), a 1-hour practical skills assessment (70% of final mark), Describe key concepts and principles of the Skill Acquisition process, Critically evaluate the efficiency of different approaches to the study and training of perceptual skill in sport, Design the appropriate practice environment to promote perceptual motor skill acquisition in a safe, reliable and precise manner, Identify and use the appropriate instructions and feedback (when, what and how) to enable effective communication to a variety of audiences, 6 x 2-hour practical classes and workshops, a 2500-word coursework report (50% of final mark), a 15-minute oral assessment and presentations (50% of final mark), Analyse and evaluate the strength and conditioning requirements for a training programme, Design and progress a training programme according to a client's requirements and best practice in strength and conditioning, Evaluate the underpinning scientific justification for a training regimen, Select and teach exercises appropriate to the client's needs using best practice in strength and conditioning, a 20-minute oral assessment and presentation (40% of final mark), a 2,000-word coursework project (60% of final mark), You'll have improved your linguistic skills in Arabic, British Sign Language, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin, French, German or Spanish, You'll be prepared for Erasmus study abroad, Work independently and as part of a team in an effective manner, Critically evaluate the existing literature on a particular topic to form a research hypothesis and method, Apply appropriate scientific techniques to implement the research plan and evaluate its effectiveness, Analyse data, evaluate findings, and draw evidence-based and well-argued conclusions in an academically rigorous manner, Communicate effectively the research process and the findings by means of a written report, Present your research project in the form of a poster presentation, demonstrating an ability to respond to markers' questions on all aspects of the project, a 4,000-word dissertation (70% of final mark), an oral assessment and presentation (30% of final mark), Critically appraise the evidence supporting ergogenic aids and come to a balanced conclusion, Collect and analyse data from laboratory practicals, Present findings from laboratory practicals in a poster presentation, Present findings from laboratory practical’s in a scientific article, a 20-minute oral assessment and presentation (30% of final mark) – a 10-minute presentation, a 5-minute question and answer session, and 5-minutes to change over, a 2,000-word coursework project (70% of final mark), Describe key concepts and principles of the study of strength and conditioning, Use new and existing knowledge of human responses and adaptations to plan and deliver an effective strength and conditioning coaching session, Identify and review the strength and conditioning requirements for a long term periodised training programme, Critically evaluate emerging themes in the strength and conditioning literature regarding their practical application to the delivery of effective programmes and sessions, Effectively communicate key aspects to a variety of audiences using video presentation, Be able to work in a range of environments, responding positively to new situations by being aware, flexible, and adaptable, a 10-minute practical skills assessment (50% of final mark), a 2,000-word written assignment including essay (50% of final mark), Describe and critically evaluate tests used in the physiological assessment of athletes, Evaluate data from athlete assessment and provide evidence-based training guidelines, Translate data from research studies into practitioner-friendly information, a coursework exercise (50% of final mark), a 20-minute oral assessment and presentation (50% of final mark), Compare, contrast and critically appraise theoretical perspectives in skill acquisition specific to practice design topics, Critically contextualise and outline applied issues in skill acquisition research for elite athletes, Interact effectively as a member of a group to compare, contrast and critically translate scientific research to inform the delivery of an evidence-based practical, Critically evaluate limitations of current skill acquisition research, evidence and outline requirements for future work, Critically contextualise and outline applied issues in skill acquisition research for children and youth athletes, Compare, contrast and critically appraise theoretical perspectives in skill acquisition specific to perceptual motor learning topics, Critically evaluate musculoskeletal biomechanics using appropriate theories and tools, Work as a member of a group to design an original biomechanical project and to formulate a unique research question, Work as a member of a group to research, prepare and deliver an oral presentation on an original biomechanical project, Demonstrate good practice in biomechanical data collection, analysis and presentation, Summarise and critique current applied sports and exercise biomechanics research, a written assignment including essay (60% of final mark), Critically evaluate, synthesise and translate research evidence for a lay audience, Effectively pitch an idea for a community-based project to a funding agency, and in doing so, develop one's employability skill set, Effectively work in a team to design and critically discuss a health promotion initiative which is rigorously informed by theory and research, Respond to health challenges in a professional capacity by translating knowledge for the improvement of local, national, and the international community, a 500-word written assignment including essay (25% of final mark), a 15-minute oral assessment and presentation (25% of final mark, a 2,000-word coursework portfolio (50% of mark), Incorporate new and existing knowledge to understand the responses to extreme environments (heat, cold, altitude and depth), Critically evaluate the impact of extreme environments on human physiology and exercise performance, Evaluate information on the effects that environmental stressors have on pathophysiology, Communicate with different audiences explaining the impact of extreme environments on human physiology, Measure and analyse physiological status in relation to extreme environmental stressors, a 5-minute audio podcast (30% of final mark), a 90-minute written exam (70% of final mark), Analyse the expectations of a professional teacher in terms of skills, knowledge and conduct, Discuss the importance of safeguarding students, Apply fundamental concepts of teaching and learning theory to plan an effective, peer-assessed lesson, Deliver lesson plans with clear objectives, student-centred learning and assessment of learning, Reflect on the use of active learning methods within subject specialism, 4 x 1-hour practical classes and workshops, a practical skills assessment (50% of final mark), a written assignment including essay (50% of final mark), Critically analyse your own skills relevant to the requirements of a graduate career, using relevant evidence, Reflect and evaluate the experience and knowledge gained during your professional development activity, Critically analyse career development needs using relevant evidence, a 2,500-word written assignment including essay (70% of final mark), Describe and analyse key concepts and principles of the practice of sport psychology, Select the appropriate techniques to conduct psychological assessments for athletes, teams and coaches in a safe, reliable, and precise manner, Critically examine data derived from psychological assessments for athletes, teams and coaches to analyse client psychological issues, Critically evaluate core techniques and strategies aimed at improving athlete, team, and coach performance in sport, Synthesise information from a variety of sources to produce appropriate evidence-based recommendations to improve client performance, a 15-minute oral assessment and presentation (40% of final mark), a 2,500-word coursework report (60% of final mark), Assessment period 1 – January (and early February for some courses in 2020/21 only), Teaching block 2 – January to May (February to May for 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