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I am currently applying for University to donSports Psychology and I was wondering why some of the degrees are BA and some are BSc. Does this matter which one I do? And which one would give me the better job opportunities in Sports Psychology
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In all honesty, it probably doesn't matter which one you do - supposedly BA is more 'arts' and BSc is more 'science', but it depends how the university classifies it, and you'll probably find that in a lot of cases the courses will be identical/very similar.

The most important thing if you want to work as a sport psychologist is that the degree is BPS accredited, so that you can then go on to do a BPS-accredited MSc in Sport & Exercise Psychology (Stage 1) and then the Stage 2 training after that.

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Okay thanks a lot, I appreciate the help fingers crossed I get accepted!


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