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Sport Development (Joint Honours)

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Sport Development (Joint Honours) Where you will study: Buxton Campus UCAS: Y004 Entry requirements: 260 UCAS tariff points, of which at least 220 will be from your core A2s (full A levels), BTEC Diploma, IB Duration and mode of study: Full time: three years, Part time: four - six years Course fees: Check our website for details Start dates: You can start this course in September.

Why choose this course? ▪ This programme can be combined with Sport Coaching, Sport Psychology or Sports Massage and Exercise Therapies, which means that you will study two subject areas, giving you a great range of knowledge and skills for your future career. ▪ You will be taught by our experienced tutors who work with Olympic, World, European, and Commonwealth Champions in cycling, martial arts, golf, athletics and motor racing.

About the course This programme is perfect for you if you want to develop your knowledge and skills in sports development. Our team comprises of elite athletes, coaches and former sports development officers, so you can be confident you'll be taught by the best.

How you’ll learn You will be taught in a variety of ways, including lectures, seminars and practical activities. You will have the chance to do a work placement, so you can develop the skills you need to apply for sports development or management roles when you graduate

Your career Sport development work is varied and there is no standard job description. Different Officers have different roles and responsibilities, eg a Schools and Young People Officer’s role will vary from that of a Community Recreation Officer. Or, if you want to carry on studying, you can go on to one of our postgraduate or research programmes.

What you’ll cover STAGE ONE



Developing the Sport Environment

Professional Development in Sport

Contemporary Issues in Sport Development

Human Performance

Populations of Sport, Health and Exercise

Independent Study

Introduction to Anatomy and Kinesiology

Research Methods

Sport Development Politics and Planning

Introduction Exercise Physiology

Sport and Physical Activity Development


Research and Academic Skills



The lecturers are really approachable and you can talk to them with no pressure Darren Tate

Get in touch Charles Spring T: +44 (0)1332 594648 General enquiries about admissions and applications, UK and overseas: E: T: +44 (0)1332 594667

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Sport development (joint honours)