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So originally i wanted to do just a sport science degree and still do but atm i don't want to leave home due to other commitments i have so the courses that are closest to my city are sport and exercise science and i was just wondering what is the difference (apart from one is more about exercise) and will all the modules link to exercise or will it include generic sport things such as for e.g. how injuries affect someone psychologically.
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(Original post by MSidat888)
So originally i wanted to do just a sport science degree and still do but atm i don't want to leave home due to other commitments i have so the courses that are closest to my city are sport and exercise science and i was just wondering what is the difference (apart from one is more about exercise) and will all the modules link to exercise or will it include generic sport things such as for e.g. how injuries affect someone psychologically.
You need to look at a breakdown of the course modules.. Theres a possibility you can do an additional health related degree after. If employment is your concern then look on the health websites, bit standard physio jobs seem to have a lot more vacancies.
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You need to look at a breakdown of the course modules.. Theres a possibility you can do an additional health related degree after. If employment is your concern then look on the health websites, bit standard physio jobs seem to have a lot more vacancies.
in the moduals there was science related such as anatomy but im thinking will it be linked to execrise only such as this bone does this in exercise etc. the moduals are listed and im gonna list them

• Anatomy and Human Movement (compulsory)
• Careers and Employability in Sport (designated)
• Physiological Function and Response (compulsory)
• Introduction to Fitness Training Methods (compulsory)
• The Social Context of Sport (designated)
• Introduction to Human Nutrition (designated)
• Introduction to Sport and Exercise Psychology (compulsory)
STAGE 2:
• The Psychological Basis of Sport and Exercise (designated)
• Biomechanical Basis of Sport and Exercise (designated)
• Sport Research Methods (compulsory)
• Motivation for Learning and Skill Instruction (designated)
• Nutritional Perspectives of Health and Disease (designated)
• Sport in Society (designated)
• Fitness Training Methods (designated)
• Psychology of Sport, Exercise and Wellbeing (designated)
STAGE 3:
• Psychology of Exercise and Health (designated)
• Dissertation (compulsory)
• Applied Sports Psychology (designated)
• Theoretical Concepts of Coaching (designated)
• Contemporary Issues in Sports Physiology (designated)
• Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation (designated)
• Sport and Exercise Nutrition (designated)
• Advanced Fitness Training Methods (designated)
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Looks like the modules covers a range of holistic and multi-disciplinary approaches since it covers different perspectives from health, sociology and psychology. So it's more than just exercise.
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Looks like the modules covers a range of holistic and multi-disciplinary approaches since it covers different perspectives from health, sociology and psychology. So it's more than just exercise.
yh i see thank you appreciate your help. bTW one question you know if a course has "and" for eg 'coaching AND sport science' does that degree teach u both sport science and coaching or the science behind coaching cuz it says that in the course overview but when i see the units it has alot of not related coaching science which i want. btw this is for nottingham trent.
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