The aim of the B.Sc. Sports Science program is to provide scientific and interdisciplinary training in sports science in close connection with the acquisition of practical sports skills. The study program provides students with the necessary professional knowledge, skills and methods so that they are enabled to carry out scientific work, to make scientifically sound judgments and to critically classify scientific findings in the various theoretical and practical fields of sports science. To this end, both fundamental and in-depth understanding of sports science and related competencies relevant to action are taught in connection with current research.
In addition to research methodology and methodological training, the theoretical part of the course covers the following sub-disciplines of sports science: sports medicine, exercise science, movement science, biomechanics, sports pedagogy, sports sociology and sports psychology, and the practical part covers the theory and practice of sports and movement fields.
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