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Peter Symonds' College

Sport Injury and Treatment

UCAS Code: P7DX

Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)

Entry requirements


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64

Must include a Level 3 qualification in Science, PE, Sports Studies etc

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2019

The Degree in Sport Injury and Treatment has been designed for those wishing to develop a career in areas such as a Sport Massage Therapy, Sport Massage Practitioner and Sport & Health Promotion. The programme will provide a broad overview of Sports Therapy Skills and Body Assessment which will result in the requisite knowledge, understanding and skills to work in an unsupervised capacity providing sports therapy, body assessment and massage on both healthy and injured clients. It will also provide students with the requisite experience and knowledge to run their own business and develop their career path.

Modules

This course runs over three years. In year one you will study the following modules: Developing & Enhancing Academic Skills, Practical First Aid Therapies, Sport & Exercise Science, Foundation in Sports Therapy Skills & Body Assessment, Research Skills in Sport and Sport Research Portfolio. In year two you will study: Applied Sport & Exercise Science, Principles of Sport Injury Assessment, Principles of Sport Injury Treatment & Rehabilitation and Essential Sports Therapy Skills. You will also complete an Extended Project over terms two and three. In year three, you will complete a dissertation, plus the following modules: Nutrition for Sport, Exercise & Injury, Psychology of Injury and Rehabilitation and Advanced Injury Management & Rehabilitation.

Tuition fees

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England
£5,300
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Northern Ireland
£5,300
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Scotland
£5,300
per year
Wales
£5,300
per year

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