BA Sport and Excercise Management

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  • Objectives
    Obesity is emerging as one of the greatest threats to public health in the western world. Serious diseases such as diabetes and coronary heart disease are associated with obesity as well as social disorders such as low self-esteem. Through the lottery funded Sport England's Active England Programme the government is committed to getting Britain active. These programmes will supply graduates knowledgeable within this area who are needed to support such important initiatives.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements Tariff points range: 240-280 Specific subjects: Biological Science Relevant subjects: PE, Sport Studies Baccalaureate EB %: 68-72 Baccalaureate IB pts: 26-30
  • Academic title
    BA Sport and Excercise Management
  • Course description
    Contents of the BA in Sport and Excercise Management.

    Year 1

        * Sport and Physical Activity Development
        * Sport and Exercise Psychology
        * Exercise Physiology
        * Laboratory Skills for Sport Scientists
        * Understanding Financial Information
        * Management and Organisational Behaviour

    Year 2

        * Principles of Sports Conditioning
        * Principles of Physical Activity
        * Marketing
        * Human Resource Management
        * Operations and Business Systems Management
        * Statistics and Research Methods

    Year 3

        * Physical Activity in Practice
        * Applied Physical Activity
        * Sport and Physical Activity
        * Management Experience
        * Operational Management in Sport and Physical Activity
        * Marketing and Sponsorship in Sport and Physical Activity

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