The programme is aimed at those wishing to develop a career in the area of sport psychology or wish to enhance their understanding and develop their skills in this area. It has a discipline'focussed curriculum, looking closely at developing knowledge and applied skills that are critical to practitioners. Motor skills are an integral element of the programme, allowing students to enhance their ability to work closely with both performers and coaches.
Modules include: professional and counselling skills; psychological skills 1 (theory and application); research methods; psychological skills 2 (theory and application); applied motor skills; social psychology of sport: interpersonal and group processes; research project.
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- A 2.1 or above undergraduate degree in sport science, sport and exercise psychology or related discipline. In exceptional circumstances applications may be accepted from those without such a qualification if they demonstrate an aptitude for this kind of study. Interviews will be conducted for all appropriate applicants.