All modules are compulsory:
- Foundations of Human Movement
- An Introduction to Sport & Exercise Psychology
- Sport and Exercise Physiology & Anatomy
- Introduction to Principles in Strength & Conditioning
- Academic, Personal & Professional Development
- Foundations of Coaching & Instructing
- Performance & Technique Analysis for Coaching
- Sport Physiology
- Applied Strength & Conditioning
- Advanced Technique Analysis for Coaching
- Advanced Sport & Exercise Physiology
- Advances in Strength & Conditioning
- Nutrition for Strength & Conditioning
- Honours Project
The successful completion of the programme will give the graduate the skills necessary to work in a variety of careers including; strength and conditioning coach, fitness instructor and personal trainer.
Students may also be able to progress on to MSc programmes in Strength and Conditioning or Sport and Health Sciences, having gained the necessary entry criteria.
The course is led by Caroline Westwood, working alongside Dr Lance Doggart and Dr Joseph Layden. This enthusiastic team of strength and conditioning experts offers ample industry experience and know-how to students, as well as research specialisms including thermal physiology, injury prevention, lower limb biomechanics and military health and fitness.