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									August 2009 Dear Student UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN SPORT STUDIES Congratulations on your academic and sporting achievements to date; I look forward to you making a positive contribution to UWIC Sport and wish you continued success in your academic studies. I am pleased to welcome you to the Undergraduate programmes in the Cardiff School of Sport; we will endeavour to make your stay with us happy, challenging and worthwhile. Please read, and study carefully, all the following information relating to your course; complete the necessary forms and bring relevant payments and details to enrolment. The staff look forward to meeting you and wish you success in your University career. Yours sincerely,

David Cobner Dean of School

CARDIFF SCHOOL OF SPORT – ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
1. Sports Clothing. Complete and return your sports clothing form with payment immediately direct to the supplier. Your kit will be available in induction week. You are required to wear the correct clothing to the relevant lectures. Suppliers address: JD Group, Unit 29 Leeway, Newport Industrial Estate, Newport, Gwent, NP19 4SL 2. Halls of Residence. You can move in on the weekend of 12/13 September. Make travel arrangements. 3. Induction Programme is throughout the week Sunday 13th to Friday 18th September. Do not make other plans for this week. 4.   Initial Meetings: th Residential sports students - Sunday 13 Sept, 6pm – 7pm, Lecture Theatre 2 th All sports students - Monday 14 Sept, 10am National Indoor Athletics Centre (NIAC), Cyncoed Campus Finance and Payments Take note of key information relating to payment of your fees and processing your student loan. Outdoor Pursuits element of Personal Development Planning Module SSP150 £100 payable at enrolment Outdoor Pursuits / Personal Development Module.

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All School of Sport Undergraduate Students. Do not make any sporting / social plans for weekends in October until you have been allocated a specific date for your 3-day residential workshop, a compulsory element of the module, SSP150U (3 days in the Brecon Beacons) Bring with you the clothing and equipment necessary (see detailed letter below). 7. Physical Fitness. Train consistently between now and the start of term – you need to be physically fit to cope with the demands of the course and the extra-curricular programme. You are encouraged to join the Sport and Leisure Club – a form will be sent to you. 8. UWIC Sport. Students must prioritize their commitment to UWIC sports team throughout their undergraduate career. If this is a problem, you must contact the UWIC Athletic Union ICampbell@uwic.ac.uk. 9. Reading List. The book list below covers all elements of your Level 1 study; many of the books will also support Level 2/3 options. It would be useful for you to have your own copy of the key texts however, you are not obliged to purchase these books now. The library has copies of these texts and where possible these are available electronically. The School also recommends a study group system to share costs. 10. Term Dates. Details of teaching weeks and exam dates are detailed below. Holidays must not be booked during these periods, including the resit period in Aug/Sept

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MODULE SELECTION

The curriculum in year one (see pathway map) allows students some choice of the modules they study. It is vital that students are aware that any choice that is made in year one may impact on the modules they can and cannot study in year 2 & 3. Therefore, it is important that serious thought goes into option selection. The following are some key points related to option selection and progression. Theory Option Module Choice – Most of the undergraduate programmes allow students to select a theory option module in year one. Most of these option modules underpin the content of similar modules in year 2; therefore, they are a prerequisite to taking the module in Year 2 ie, if you want to take SSP261U Physical Activity and Special Populations in Year 2 you must take SSP159U Health & Special Populations in Year 1. Practical Module Choice – The practical Module SSP160U Sports Principles is compulsory for all students in Year 1. Throughout the year students will study three Body Management Activities and three Games Activities. At the start of the year students will be given the opportunity to select two Body Management Activities (from – Gymnastics; Dance; Trampolining; Swimming; Health Related Exercise; Athletics) and two Games Activities (from – Rugby; Football; Hockey; Netball; Basketball; Volleyball; Squash; Tennis; Cricket; Badminton; Water Polo). The third activity in each of these areas will be selected for each student by the Module Leader. Students will have the opportunity to continue with these Body Management and Games Activities in Years 2 and 3 of their studies, but only if they have studied those activities in Year 1. It is essential that students think carefully about the Games and Body Management Activities they may wish to study at Level 2 and 3 when making their choices at Level 1.

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UNIVERSITY OF WALES INSTITUTE, CARDIFF CARDIFF SCHOOL OF SPORT UNDERGRADUATE SPORTS STUDIES SCHEME YEAR 1 INDUCTION WEEK PROGRAMME – Monday 14th September to Friday 18th September, 2009
SUNDAY, 13th SEPTEMBER TIME 6.00 – 7.00pm UGSSS WELCOME RESIDENTS ONLY C111 (LT2) – Ian Pritchard

MONDAY, 14th SEPTEMBER TIME MORNING 10.00 – 11.00 am 11.00 am onwards TUESDAY, 15th SEPTEMBER Time 9.45 – 10.45 am 11.00 – 12.00 noon PLENARY SESSION ONE Welsh medium induction (for Welsh speaking students only) – Room B205 SPE STUDENTS MEET YEAR TUTOR – Room C111 (LT2) SES STUDENTS MEET YEAR TUTOR – Room C020 (LT1) SC STUDENTS MEET YEAR TUTOR – Room B205 SD STUDENTS MEET YEAR TUTOR – Room B210 SM STUDENTS MEET YEAR TUTOR – Room A036 SCRAM STUDENTS MEET YEAR TUTOR – Room B207 HND STUDENTS - tour of premises (meet in Cyncoed reception) SPE, SES, SC, SD, SM, SCRAM programmes - tour of premises HND STUDENTS MEET YEAR TUTOR & PROGRAMME DIRECTOR – Room B205 VICE CHANCELLOR WELCOME ALL FIRST YEAR STUDENTS TO ATTEND (VENUE: NIAC – Cyncoed Campus) FRESHERS FAYRE

12.30 – 1.30 pm

YEAR TUTORS WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH THE REMAINDER OF THE INDUCTION WEEK SCHEDULE AT YOUR FIRST PLENARY SESSION

Level One Outdoor and Adventurous Activities (Personal Development Module) This module is delivered off-site at a residential centre in the Brecon Beacons and forms part of the compulsory element of the course. The subsidised cost of the course is £100.00 per student which will be collected at enrolment. The following dates have been arranged. You will be told which residential you will attend during Freshers’ Week; until then you should ensure that you are available for all the dates. Furthermore, it may be necessary to add dates to accommodate increased student numbers. Residential 1 Residential 2 Residential 3 Residential 4 Residential 5 Residential 6 Residential 7 Residential 8 Residential 9 Residential 10 Residential 11 Residential 12 Residential 13 Residential 14 Mon 28th Sept – Wed 30th Sept Wed 30th Sept – Fri 2nd Oct Fri 2nd Oct – Sun 4th Oct Sun 4th Oct – Tues 6th Oct Tues 6th Oct – Thurs 8th Oct Thurs 8th Oct – Sat 10th Oct Sat 10th Oct – Mon 12th Oct Mon 12th Oct – Wed 14th Oct Wed 14th Oct – Fri 16th Oct Fri 16th Oct – Sun 18th Oct Sun 18th Oct – Tues 20th Oct Tues 20th Oct – Thurs 22nd Oct Thurs 22nd – Oct Sat 24th Oct Sat 24th Oct – Mon 26th Oct

Please note:  All other arrangements including, assessment criteria, travel details and course work requirements will be confirmed during the introductory lecture in induction week.  Each student will be allocated to a particular residential; it will not be possible to transfer between residential dates, the numbers involved make flexibility difficult.  It is advisable to bring clothing suitable for outdoor activities including:      a good quality sleeping bag an unbreakable small thermos flask (without this we cannot guarantee warm drinks will be available to you) 2 strong plastic rubbish sacks (for wet or dirty clothes) 2 pairs of trainers suitable for outdoor use a small torch

You may wish to bring a plastic survival bag, available cheaply from outdoor shops such as Blacks or Millets. Specialist equipment, together with boots, waterproofs and rucksacks will be provided, but if you already have them you may want to bring your own. . It is not necessary to buy or wear new or expensive clothing.

UNIVERSITY OF WALES INSTITUTE, CARDIFF TERM/SEMESTER DATES FOR TIMETABLING (2009/10)
Week Number 14 September 2009 8 21 September 2009 9 28 September 2009 10 05 October 2009 11 12 October 2009 12 19 October 2009 13 26 October 2009 14 02 November 2009 15 09 November 2009 16 16 November 2009 17 23 November 2009 18 30 November 2009 19 07 December 2009 20 14 December 2009 21 21 December 2009 22 28 December 2009 23 04 January 2010 24 11 January 2010 25 18 January 2010 26 25 January 2010 27 01 February 2010 28 08 February 2010 29 15 February 2010 30 22 February 2010 31 01 March 2010 32 08 March 2010 33 15 March 2010 34 22 March 2010 35 29 March 2010 36 05 April 2010 37 12 April 2010 38 19 April 2010 39 26 April 2010 40 03 May 2010* 41 10 May 2010 42 17 May 2010 43 24 May 2010 44 31 May 2010* 45 07 June 2010 46 rd st * Bank Holidays – 3 May, 31 May Week Commencing Term Framework INDUCTION WEEK Autumn Term Begins UG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Autumn Term Ends CHRISTMAS VACATION CHRISTMAS VACATION CHRISTMAS VACATION CHRISTMAS VACATION Spring Term Begins

Spring Term Ends EASTER VACATION EASTER VACATION EASTER VACATION EASTER VACATION Summer Term Begins Timetabling Pattern Ends Revision Week Exams Exams Exams Marking Exam Boards – End of Term

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Undergraduate Programmes in Sport Studies Teaching and Learning Methods Teaching and learning strategies have been selected to reflect the educational aims and achieve the learning outcomes of the programme. These strategies emphasise and facilitate students’ critical development, and cohere around the integration of practice and theory. Through the degree students will normally experience both tutor-led learning (usually at Level 1) and self-directed methods of learning, reflecting increasing independence and encouraging positive attitudes towards lifelong learning (at Level 2 & especially Level 3). Overall programme outcomes are met via the following combination of strategies: i) Lead lectures, seminars, discussions, group and individual tutorials, independent study; ii) Preparation of directed research based study tasks, investigation by practical exploration and viewing student presentations including student-led teaching; self, peer and tutor feedback strategies; iii) Practical coaching workshops and performance based lectures; practical research projects; case study analysis, development of professional experience through work placements; resource based learning e.g. computer-aided technology for sport. Assessment Methods The primary purpose of assessment is to enable students to demonstrate their level of knowledge, understanding and attainment. There are opportunities for students to engage in formative and summative assessments to test knowledge, ability, skill, and critical understanding. Overall programme outcomes will be assessed through the following methods: Knowledge and understanding through seen, unseen and take home examinations, written assignments, practical performance, presentations and demonstrations. Cognitive skills through seen, unseen and take home examinations; assignments including essays, reports, journals; research projects; oral presentations. The culmination of the ability to display cognitive skills is incorporated in the design and production of the Level 3 dissertation. Practical Skills though combinations of formative and summative assessment strategies in the areas of games, body management, and outdoor activities. Assessments take the form of project reports, essays, group and individual presentations, performance presentation, technical and movement studies, journals/portfolios, self/peer and tutor evaluations, practical teaching. Key Skills are assessed via a combination of methods outlined above. Through the programme students are expected to demonstrate increasing capacity for

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reflective practice, independent learning, critical thinking, and high levels of communication. Career Paths This course prepares our graduates to follow careers in fitness testing, instruction and health promotion, teaching and lecturing in primary, secondary and higher education, coaching, the leisure industry, sport science and in the field of community sports development. Past graduates have gone on to study physiotherapy, medicine, chiropractic and nursing; others have obtained employment coaching cricket in Australia, as a tennis professional for David Lloyd, coaching for Devon Sports Development Centre or lecturing in performance analysis. The subjects studied and skills learnt will give you the opportunity to continue your education to Master and Doctoral level. Reading List Williams, C.A., James, D.V.B. (2008). Maths and Science for Sport and Exercise Students. London: Routledge. Kamen, G. (Ed.) (2001). Foundations of Exercise Science. London: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins Weinberg, R.S. & Gould, D. (2007). Foundations of Sport and Exercise Psychology (4th Edition). Leeds: Human Kinetics. McArdle, W.D., Katcth, F.I. & Katch, V.L (2006). Exercise Physiology: energy, nutrition and human performance (6th Edition). London: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. Hay, J.G. (1993). The Biomechanics of Sports Techniques (4th Edition). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Professional Body Membership (Optional) British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES) Recommended Web Sites www.bases.org.uk

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN SPORT STUDIES PROGRAMME AIMS   Develop intellectual knowledge, understanding and application of the academic disciplines that underpin the subject area Develop and consolidate students’ expertise in relation to the applied context by making them more effective at analysing, evaluating and modifying their own behaviour and that of performers Develop and consolidate students’ ability to investigate the concepts and issues that inform the subject area in the UK and abroad Prepare students for effective employment or future study in the area subject area.

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PROGRAMME OUTCOMES The programmes provide for students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding, skills, qualities and other attributes in the following areas:     Knowledge and understanding Cognitive skills Practical skills Transferable skills

PROGRAMME STUDY TIME Each module is worth 10 credit points. In general Level 1 and Level 2 modules have a value of 10 or 20 credit points, whilst at Level 3, most modules have a value of 30 credit points. The Honours Degree classification is calculated from 120 Level 2 credits (weighted at 30%) and 120 Level 3 credits (weighted at 70%). A module represents 100 hours of student effort. This normally represents 24-36 hours of class contact and 64-76 hours of additional directed study and assessment preparation time for each student. In the case of performance/practically-based modules, the class contact time is extended to up to 45 hours in order to facilitate experiential learning and experience.

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE AND MODULE DETAILS Please see enclosed Pathway Map

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Cardiff School of Sport - Undergraduate Programmes in Sport 2009-10 LEVEL 1
Sport Conditioning, Rehabilitation and Massage (SCRAM) Sport and Exercise Science Sport and PE Sport Coaching Sport Development Sport Management HND Sport Development and Coaching

Compulsory Modules 20 credits: SSP150U Professional Development Profiling [10] SSP151U Research Methods [10] Compulsory Modules 40 credits: SSP152U Intro to Sport and Exercise Physiology [10] SSP153U Psychology of Sport and Exercise [10] SSP154U Sport Biomechanics and Functional Anatomy [10] SSP155U Sport in Society [10] (except SCRAM) Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 50: SSP 170U Introduction to Sport Conditioning Rehabilitation and Massage [20] SSP 171U Sports Massage 1 [20] SSP 172U Professional Issues in Conditioning, Rehabilitation and Massage [10] No Optional Modules Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 20: SSP157U Sport and Exercise Science [20] Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 20: SSP159U Health and Special Populations [20] Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 20: SSP156U Into to Coaching Science[20]

Compulsory Modules 30 credits: SSP155U Sport in Society [10] SSP146U Understanding Sport Management [20] Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 20: SSP158U Sport Development [20] Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 20: HLT124U The Business Environment [20] Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 40: SSP156U Intro to Coaching Science [20] SSP158U Sport Development [20]

Options (Choose 20 credits): SSP146U Understanding Sport Management[20] SSP156U Intro to Coaching Science [20] SSP158U Sport Development [20] SSP159U Health and Special Populations [20]

Options (Choose 20 credits): SSP146U Understanding Sport Management[20] SSP156U Intro to Coaching Science [20] SSP157U Sport and Exercise Science [20] SSP158U Sport Development [20]

Options (Choose 20 credits): SSP146U Understanding Sport Management[20] SSP157U Sport and Exercise Science [20] SSP158U Sport Development [20] SSP159U Health and Special Populations [20]

Options (Choose 20 credits):

Options (Choose 20 credits):

Options (Select 40 credits from): SSP152U Sport and Exercise Physiology [10] SSP153U Psychology of Sport and Exercise [10]

SSP156U Intro to Coaching Science [20]

SSP156U Intro to Coaching Science[20]

SSP159U Health and Special Populations [20]

SSP158U Sport Development [20]

SSP154U Sport Biomechanics and Functional Anatomy [10] SP155U Sport in Society [10] SSP159U Health and Special Populations [20] SSP146U Understanding Sport Management[20]

Choose 10 credits from: SSP152U Sport and Exercise Physiology [10] SSP153U Psychology of Sport and Exercise [10] SSP154U Sport Biomechanics and Functional Anatomy [10]

Compulsory Module : SSP160U Sports Principles and Techniques [20]

LEVEL 2

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SCRAM

Sport & Exercise Science

Sport and PE

Sport Coaching

Sport Development

Sport Management

HND Sport Dev & Coaching

Compulsory Modules 10 credits:

SSP250U Professional Development Profiling [10]

Compulsory Modules 10 credits: SSP251U Research Methods [10] Compulsory Modules Compulsory Modules Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 80: (Programme Specific) (Programme Specific) 30: SSP263U Sport Injuries 70: SSP260U PE and Sport [20] SSP246 Interdisciplinary SSP270U Practical Pedagogy [10] Issues in SES [10] Techniques in Sport SSP257U Sport and Ex Conditioning and Physiology [20] Rehabilitation [20] SSP258U Sport SSP261U Physical Activity, SSP271U Sports Massage Biomechanics [20] Health and Special Populations [20] SSP259U Sport & Ex [20] SSP272U Applied Sport Psychology [20] Science [20] Options (Choose 10 credits): Options credits): (Choose 20 Options (Choose 40 credits): SSP245 Performance Analysis [20] #SSP253U Coaching Science [20] SSP257U Sport and Exercise Physiology 2 [20] SSP258U Sport Biomechanics 2[20 SSP259U Sport and Exercise Psychology [20] SSP262U Socio-Cultural Issues in Sport [20] SSP264U Ethics in Sport [20] SSP265U Contextual Studies in Dance [20] Choose 10 credits from: HLT206 Developing a Business [10] #Gen002 Student Volunteering [10] SSP 254U Sport Marketing [10] SSP255U Learning in Sport [10] (# Selection rules apply)

Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 60: SSP253U Coaching Science [20] SSP256U Sports Development & the Changing Environment [20] SSP255U Learning in Sport [10] Gen002 Student Volunteering [10] Options (Choose 20 credits): SSP245 Performance Analysis [20] SSP257U Sport and Exercise Physiology [20] SSP258U Sport Biomechanics [20] SSP259U Sport and Exercise Psychology [20] SSP261U Physical Activity, Health and Special Populations [20] SSP262U Socio-Cultural Issues in Sport [20] SSP264U Ethics in Sport [20]

Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 50: SSP247U Operations Management of Sport[10] SSP 254U Sport Marketing [10] SSP266U Collaboration for Sport Development [10] SSP256U Sports Development & the Changing Environment [20] Options (Choose 20 credits): #SSP253U Coaching Science [20] SSP261U Physical Activity, Health and Special Populations [20] SSP262U Socio-Cultural Issues in Sport [20] SSP264U Ethics in Sport [20]

Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 50: HLT206 Developing a Business [10] SSP247U Operations Management of Sport[10] SSP 254U Sport Marketing [10] HLT222U Legal & Human Resources (for Sport) [20]

Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 40:

#SSP253U Coaching Science
[20] SSP256U Sports Development & the Changing Environment [20]

HLT206 Developing a Business [10] Gen002 Volunteering [10]

SSP245 Performance Analysis [20] SSP253U Science [20] Coaching

Options (Choose 20 credits): #SSP253U Coaching Science [20] SSP262U Socio-Cultural Issues in Sport [20] SSP256U Sports Development & the Changing Environment [20] SSP264U Ethics in Sport [20] Choose 10 credits from:

SSP261U Physical Activity, Health and Special Populations [20] SSP262U Socio-Cultural Issues in Sp [20] SSP264U Ethics in Sport [20]

Choose 10 credits from: HLT206 Developing a Business [10]

#Gen002 Student
Volunteering [10] HLT212 – Financial Decision Making [10] SSP274U Sport in Context[10] (# Selection rules apply)

#Gen002 Student
Volunteering [10] SSP274U Sport in Context[10] (# Selection rules apply)

Options (Choose 20 or 40 credits): SSP245 Perf Analysis [20] SSP257U Sport and Exercise Physiology[20] SSP258U Sport Biomech [20] SSP259U Sport and Exercise Psychology [20] SSP261U Physical Activity, Health and Special Populations [20] SSP262U Socio-Cultural Issues in Sp [20] SSP264U Ethics in Sport [20] If 20 credits above Choose 30 from): **SSP251U Research Methods[10] HLT206 Developing a Business [10] #Gen002 Student Volunteering [10] SSP247U Operations Management of Sport[10] SSP254U Sports Marketing [10] SSP255U Learning in Sport [10] SSP266U Collaboration for Sport Development [10] (# Selection rules apply)

Choose 20 credits from: (SES and SCRAM Choose 10 credits only) SSP267U Sport Techniques and Analysis (Games) [10 ] SSP268U Sport Techniques & Analysis (Body Management) [10 ] SSP269U Sport Techniques and Analysis (Outdoor Activities) [10 ] Selection rules apply to the following- # students intending to take Coaching Science 3 must take both Coaching Science 2 and the Student Volunteering module at level 2 ** HND Students who wish to progress onto the degree must opt for this module

LEVEL 3

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SCRAM

Sport and Exercise Science

Sport and PE

Sport Coaching

Sport Development

Sport Management

Compulsory Modules: SSP350U Independent Project (OR SSP348U Enterprise Project - Sport Management, PE and Sport Development Students only) [40 credits] Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 70: SSP360U Work Experience [30] SSP387U Sport Conditioning and Rehabilitation [30] SSP390U Practical Strength and Conditioning [10] No Optional Modules Options (Choose 30 or 60 credits from): SSP346 Performance Analysis [30] SSP355U Advanced Sport and Exercise Physiology [30 ] SSP357U Sport Biomechanics[30 ] SSP358U Sport Psychology [30 ] If 30 credits above Choose 30 from): SSP356U Measurement Issues in Sport and Exercise Science [30 ] SSP359U Health Issues and Special Populations [30 ] SSP365U Exercise Psychology [30] Options (Choose 60 credits): SSP346 Performance Analysis [30] SSP354U Coaching Science [30] SSP355U Advanced Sport and Exercise Physiology [30 ] SSP356U Measurement Issues in Sport and Exercise Science [30 ] SSP357U Sport Biomechanics[30 ] SSP358U Sport Psychology [30] SSP359U Health Issues and Special Populations [30] SSP360U Work Experience [30] SSP360UWork Experience [30] SSP361U Sociology of Sport [30] SSP362U Sport and Culture [30] SSP365U Exercise Psychology [30] SSP366U Ethical Issues in Sport [30] SSP361U Sociology of Sport [30] SSP362U Sport and Culture [30] SSP364U Developing Communities through Sport [30] SSP366U Ethical Issues in Sport [30] SSP366U Ethical Issues in Sport [30] Options (Choose 30 credits): SSP346 Performance Analysis [30] SSP355U Advanced Sport and Exercise Physiology [30] SSP356U Measurement Issues in Sport and Exercise Science [30] SP357U Sport Biomechanics [30] SSP358U Sport Psychology [30] SSP359U Health Issues and Special Populations [30 ] Options (Choose 30 credits): SSP354UCoaching Science [30] SSP359U Health Issues and Special Populations [30] SSP360U Work Experience [30] SSP363U Marketing and Event Management [30] SSP364U Developing Communities through Sport [30] Options (Choose 30 credit ) SSP354U Coaching Science [30] SSP360U Work Experience [30] SSP363U Marketing and Event Management [30] SSP364U Developing Communities through Sport [30] SSP361U Sociology of Sport [30] SSP362U Sport and Culture [30] SSP361U Sociology of Sport [30] SSP362U Sport and Culture [30] SSP366U Ethical Issues in Sport [30] Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 10: SSP353U Professional Applications in Sport and Exercise Science [10 ] Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) : Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 30: SSP354UCoaching Science [30] Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 30: SSP352U Strategic Management for Sport [20] SSP388??U Applied Sport Development [10] Compulsory Modules (Programme Specific) 30: SSP352U Strategic Management for Sport [20] SSP347U Commercial Approaches to Sport [10]

SSP367U Issues in Dance [30] SSP389U PE & Sport Pedagogy [30] And 20 credit from: (SES and SCRAM Choose only 10) Analysis and Application:SSP368U Athletics [10] SSP369U Badminton [10]; SSP370U Basketball [10]; SSP371U Cricket [10] ; SSP372U Dance [10] ; SSP373U Gymnastics [10] ; SSP374U Hockey [10]; SSP375U Netball [10]; SSP376UOutdoor Activities[10] (Not SCRAM); SSP377U Rugby [10]; SSP378U Soccer [10 ]; SSP379U Squash [10]; SSP380U Swimming [10]; SSP381U Tennis[10] ; SSP382U Trampolining [10]; SSP383U Volleyball [10]; SSP384U Water Polo [10]; SSP385U Health Related Exercise [10]

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