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					                             Sport, health
                      and exercise science
Undergraduate study
                              Key facts

Sport, Health and             Single Honours                                                        UCAS code
Exercise Science at
                              Sport and Exercise Science                                            C601 BSc/SpS
Hull | 1
                              Sports Coaching and Performance                                     CB69 BSc/SpCP
Degree courses | 4
                              Sports Rehabilitation                                                  C602 BSc/SR
Degree structure | 8
                              Major/minor Honours (70/30 split)
Some of our areas of
study | 12                    Physical Education and Sport Science with

Why Hull? | 14                Management                                                       C6N2 BSc/PESSMt

                              Psychology                                                         C6C8 BSc/PESSP

                              Sport Science with Geography                                        C6F8 BSc/SpSG

                              Other Honours
                              Geography with Sport Science                                         F8C6 BA/GSpS

                              Psychology with Sport Science                                     C8C6 BSc/PsySpS

                              Typical offers
                              Single Honours programmes               280 points
                              Major/minor Honours programmes          260–280 points
                              Geography with Sport Science            260–320 points
                              Psychology with Sport Science           280 points

                              Admissions and financial support
                              Application for entry to any course should be made through UCAS as early as
                              possible in the academic year immediately preceding your proposed date of entry.
                              Full details are given in the University’s Undergraduate Prospectus.

                              Applicants for our degree courses will be eligible for student loans, etc, in the same
                              way as applicants for other undergraduate courses. Again, please see the
                              Undergraduate Prospectus for further details.

                              Entrance requirements
                              We normally require three A level passes, but you can also qualify with an approved
                              equivalent: for example, BTEC National or Higher National Diploma/Certificate, or
                              International Baccalaureate (or equivalent). Every application will be considered on
Admissions contact            its merits, and prospective applicants with ‘non-standard’ qualifications, overseas
Phil Marshall                 students, or mature students who may have relevant life experiences (but few
Department of Sport, Health   conventional qualifications) are encouraged to apply.
and Exercise Science
University of Hull            Estimated places                       160
Hull HU6 7RX, UK

01482 463030
phil.marshall@hull.ac.uk

Dates of semesters
Semester 1
27 Sep – 16 Dec 2011
Semester 2
30 Jan – 11 May 2012
 Sport, Health and
 Exercise Science at Hull
 This rapidly growing department specialises in sport and exercise science
 courses and the interface of these with athletes and coaches as well as an
 exercising population. Benefiting from rising numbers of staff, along with
 expanding facilities and state-of-the-art equipment, we have been able to
 offer well-resourced and comprehensive degree courses. These courses reflect
 the latest developments within the sport, health and leisure industries.

 A centre of excellence for the region
 The Department of Sport, Health and Exercise Science has teamed up with the
 newly established Hull York Medical School (HYMS) to develop a centre for sporting
 and scientific excellence. A state-of-the-art Health and Human Performance
 Laboratory has recently been built to provide support for sportsmen, sportswomen,
 their coaches and their fitness advisers, and for the study of the sport and exercise
 sciences in the broadest sense. The laboratory already offers a full range of sport
 science support, including fitness and performance profiling, biomechanical
 analysis, lifestyle and psychological counselling, rehabilitation and other medical
 support, and various coach education programmes.

 Recognised quality
 Our degrees are certified and approved by the country’s leading national bodies in
 the discipline. The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, for example,
 endorses our degrees in Sport and Exercise Science and Sports Coaching and
 Performance, while our Sports Rehabilitation programme is accredited by the
 British Association of Sports Rehabilitators and Trainers.

 Supporting local sport
 We aim to provide sport science support to local performers, including those
 involved in the Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme, both at the elite level and for
 those aspiring to elite performance. This support is delivered both at our sport
 science laboratories and at local sporting clubs. The department has forged a
 number of productive links with local professional sports clubs, including Hull City
 Football Club and Hull Kingston Rovers Rugby League Club. The department also
 strives to develop community links through coach education programmes offered
 within local facilities. The links with sporting clubs and associations provide our
 students with additional scope to develop practical skills and to gain experience of
 working as a sport scientist.




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  Measuring
  excellence
  Our Exercise Physiology Research
   Laboratory boasts a wide range
  of high-spec equipment, including
   automated spectrophotometers,
 micro-plate readers, a haematology
      analyser, blood lactate and
    glucose analysers and a blood
        gas/electrolyte analyser.
   The lab’s treadmill is capable of
   speeds up to 40 km/h with 30%
     incline. Such equipment is an
absolute necessity when working with
 elite athletes – as we frequently do.
Our students can benefit by participating in research projects carried out by staff. Providing an opportunity to learn more advanced lab skills and
to see the steps involved in the research process, this is invaluable when it comes to the undergraduate dissertation in the third year.
                                         Degree courses

                                         The Department of Sport, Health and Exercise Science at the University of Hull
                                         offers courses of study leading to BSc Single Honours degrees in Sport and
                                         Exercise Science, in Sports Rehabilitation and in Sports Coaching and
                                         Performance. Major/minor BSc Honours degrees are available in Sport
                                         Science (or Physical Education and Sport Science) with Geography,
                                         Management and Psychology. You can also read BSc Geography with Sport
                                         Science or BSc Psychology with Sport Science.

                                         The department has established clear aims and objectives for each course of study,
                                         including both specific and generic components. If this pamphlet leaves you
                                         wanting to know more about the course specifications, please visit our website at
                                         www.hull.ac.uk/sportscience.

                                         BSc Sport and Exercise Science
                                         ‘They think it’s all over …’
                                         But for you, it could be the beginning of an exciting study programme leading to a
                                         career in the expanding world of sport and exercise. At the University of Hull sport
                                         is advancing at a vigorous pace, and you could be part of this development. With
                                         high-quality sports facilities, new and well-equipped sport science laboratories and
                                         staff of the highest calibre, you will experience probably one of the best sport
                                         science courses in the UK.

                                         The BSc in Sport and Exercise Science is scientifically rigorous, in line with other
                                         degree courses around the country, and reflects our position within the Faculty of
                                         Science.

                                         In the first year you will undertake basic studies in the core areas of anatomy,
                                         physiology, biomechanics, psychology and research methods. In Years 2 and 3 you
                                         will explore the applications of such disciplines in both sport science and
                                         health/exercise science. You will study the acute and chronic effects of exercise,
                                         sport and exercise nutrition, and ageing and obesity, as well as performance
                                         analysis and muscle dynamics.

                                         Through your three years of study you will be given the opportunity to acquire and
                                         develop a range of knowledge and skills through modules such as Exercise
                                         Physiology, Sports Biomechanics, and Sport, Health and Exercise Psychology. You
                                         will be part of a vibrant and supportive department, whose ethos is strongly
                                         directed towards a holistic student experience combining both academic and
                                         personal achievements.

                                         From Year 2 you will have the opportunity to select a number of modules that will
                                         enable you to tailor your course to suit your strengths and career aspirations (see
                                         pages 12–13).
    With high-quality
    sports facilities, new
    and well-equipped
    sport science
    laboratories and staff
    of the highest calibre,
    you will experience
    probably one of the
    best sport science
    courses in the UK.


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 BSc Sports Rehabilitation                                                              Our courses reflect
 Sports rehabilitation is a concept relatively new to the UK and was introduced as a    the latest
 degree subject at Hull in 2004. The course provides graduates with the necessary       developments within
 skills, knowledge and training to undertake specific training and rehabilitation        the sport, health and
 programmes for injured athletes.                                                       leisure industries.
 An applied, reflective and problem-solving approach to assessments and evidence-
 based musculoskeletal management is utilised throughout the course. It
 incorporates subjects such as applied anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, manual
 therapy, electrotherapy, remedial exercise therapy, exercise physiology, sports
 nutrition and training techniques. Fieldwork placements constitute a significant
 component of the course in Years 2 and 3, developing both interpersonal and
 clinical skills.

 The training gives the graduate sports rehabilitator the necessary skills to provide
 prevention, accurate assessment and diagnosis of injuries, and the rehabilitation
 techniques to get the athlete back to maximum performance in the shortest time
 possible. The degree course is accredited with the British Association of Sports
 Rehabilitators and Trainers. A current first-aid certificate is normally required.

 BSc Sports Coaching and Performance
 This new course will be of particular interest to those wishing to enter an applied
 area such as sports coaching or physical education, whether it be with children,
 adolescents or adults.

 Following a first-year programme of modules that is shared with the BSc Sport and
 Exercise Science course, there is specialised second- and third-year study for
 coaching students. During these two years, you will address issues such as the
 pedagogical, psychological and sociological aspects of coaching behaviour, the role
 of performance analysis in the coaching process, and the application of training
 theory principles to sport.

 In addition to the taught element of the course, you will have the opportunity to
 undertake a formal work experience module. You will also have the opportunity to
 gain coaching qualifications and participate in voluntary coaching activities.




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    Major/minor Honours                                         Other Honours
    In each of the following courses, the ‘major’ subject
                                                                BSc Geography with Sport Science
    (70%) is combined with another subject, the ‘minor’
                                                                In this course you will have the opportunity to study the
    (30%). In (physical education and) sport science, you
                                                                various disciplines within sport science, sport and
    have the opportunity to specialise in a particular route
                                                                exercise physiology, sports biomechanics, sport and
    during your final year of study.
                                                                exercise psychology, and coaching studies. Each module
                                                                has a distinct practical application and will provide you
    BSc Sport Science with Geography
                                                                with first-hand experience of the equipment found in a
    Along with the core sport science modules this course
                                                                contemporary sport science laboratory.
    gives you the opportunity to follow one of four
    geographical routes, chosen from two in human
                                                                BSc Psychology with Sport Science
    geography and two in physical geography. Human
                                                                You spend approximately 70% of your time studying
    geography encompasses the economics and politics of
                                                                psychology (including sport and exercise psychology)
    development, as well as urban and rural management;
                                                                and 30% studying sport science. In sport science you
    in physical geography you can study the physical
                                                                have the opportunity to select from both ‘pure’ and
    environment, ecosystems, geographical modelling and
                                                                ‘applied’ modules.
    biogeography.

    BSc Physical Education and Sport Science with
    Management
    The first-year management programme introduces the
    key areas of organisational behaviour and basic
    accounting. In addition you can study modules in the
    management process and managing people. In the
    second and third years you can choose from modules on
    marketing, human resource management, management
    development, organisational analysis, operations
    management, ethics, accounting, systems analysis and
    decision support systems. More information about the
    management modules may be found in the University’s
    prospectus and in the Business School pamphlet.

    BSc Physical Education and Sport Science with
    Psychology
    This course gives you the opportunity to find out why
    there is so much interest in sport psychology among elite
    sportsmen and sportswomen.




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                                         Degree structure

                                         Our Single Honours courses have been designed to offer three distinctive
                                         educational routes. Students on major/minor courses also have the
                                         opportunity to specialise in one of these routes during their third year.

                                         Sport and Exercise Science
                                         The aim of the Single Honours course is to impart an advanced understanding of at
                                         least two of the three core disciplines of sport science: these are biomechanics,
                                         exercise physiology, and sport and exercise psychology. Typically students who
                                         follow this route have career aspirations within sport, exercise and health. You may
                                         wish to complete a higher degree in sport science or more specifically in the health
                                         and exercise field.

                                         Year 1
                                         Semester 1
                                         Functional Human Physiology
                                         Human Anatomy for Sports, Physical Activity and Health

                                         Semester 2
                                         Principles of Human Movement
                                         Motor Control and Learning

                                         Across both semesters
                                         Research Methods 1
                                         Health and Exercise Related-Fitness (or a free elective)

                                         Year 2
                                         Semester 1
                                         Exercise Physiology
                                         Sport, Health and Exercise Physiology

                                         Semester 2
                                         Analysis of Human Movement
                                         Performance Physiology

                                         Across both semesters
                                         Research Methods 2
                                         Sport and Exercise Nutrition / Fitness Training Principles (or a free elective)

                                         Year 3
                                         Semester 1
                                         Research Seminars in Sport, Health and Exercise Science
                                         Human Locomotive Systems (option)
                                         Ageing, Obesity and Health (option)
    Our Single Honours                   Contemporary Issues in Sport, Health and Exercise Psychology (option)

    degrees offer three                   Semester 2
    distinctive                          Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention (option)
    educational routes –                 Environmental Physiology (option)
    students on                          Advanced Sport Psychology (option)

    major/minor                          Across both semesters
    programmes can                       Dissertation
    specialise in one of                 Work Experience in Sport and Leisure
    these routes in their
    third year.


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 Sports Coaching and Performance                                                     This course may
 We aim to impart in-depth understanding of the bio-physical, psycho-social and      appeal to those
 pedagogical principles that underpin coaching practice. As well as providing an     wishing to follow a
 exciting challenge for those keen to pursue a career in coaching, this course may   career in sports
 appeal to those wishing to follow a career in sports development or physical        development or
 education teaching or both. Indeed, during the three years of study you will have   physical education
 opportunities to obtain a range of coaching awards, which can strengthen an
                                                                                     teaching.
 application for a Postgraduate Certificate in Education course.

 Year 1
 Semester 1
 Functional Human Physiology
 Human Anatomy for Sports, Physical Activity and Health

 Semester 2
 Principles of Human Movement
 Motor Control and Learning

 Across both semesters
 Research Methods 1
 Health and Exercise Related-Fitness (or a free elective)

 Year 2
 Semester 1
 Introduction to Training Theory
 Sport, Health and Exercise Physiology

 Semester 2
 Applied Issues in Training Theory
 Introduction to Performance Analysis

 Across both semesters
 Research Methods 2
 Introduction to Coaching Pedagogy

 Year 3
 Semester 1
 Contemporary Issues in Coaching Pedagogy
 Performance Analysis in Practice

 Semester 2
 Advanced Sport Psychology

 Across both semesters
 Dissertation
 Professional Practice in Coaching and Performance




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                                          Sports Rehabilitation
                                          This course aims to provide students with the necessary skills, both theoretical and
                                          practical, to prevent, assess and manage musculo-skeletal injuries.

                                          Year 1
                                          Semester 1
                                          Musculo-Skeletal Injuries
                                          Human Anatomy for Sports, Physical Activity and Health

                                          Semester 2
                                          Principles of Human Movement
                                          Electrotherapy

                                          Across both semesters
                                          Research Methods 1
                                          Soft Tissue Techniques and Musculo-Skeletal Assessment

                                          Year 2
                                          Semester 1
                                          Human Physiology
                                          Functional Rehabilitation

                                          Semester 2
                                          Analysis of Human Movement
                                          Clinical Skills

                                          Across both semesters
                                          Research Methods 2
                                          Fieldwork Placement 1

                                          Year 3
                                          Semester 1
                                          Neurology and Tissue Dynamics
                                          Psychology in Sports Rehabilitation

                                          Semester 2
                                          Fitness and Injury Prevention

                                          Across both semesters
                                          Dissertation
                                          Fieldwork Placement 2




     The course provides
     graduates with the
     necessary skills,
     knowledge and
     training to undertake
     specific training and
     rehabilitation
     programmes for
     injured athletes.


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‘I like the fact that studying gives
me a break from playing and vice
versa.
‘I love playing rugby, but I know
that it’s not for ever – and I knew
even at school that I’d need a
career when my playing days
were over.
‘I really love my course too. The
lecturers and other students are
like one big family, and I enjoy
the hands-on nature of my
studies. I also believe that my
degree could work well with my
rugby career – I could provide
sports rehab support for the club
on days when I’m not playing or
training.
‘Juggling a degree and a
burgeoning playing career
requires discipline and
understanding from both sides.
Thankfully, Hull FC and the
University have been brilliantly
supportive.
‘The club has been happy for me
to come to university for classes
on the days I need to, even if
there’s a clash with a training
session; and the University
allowed me an extension on my
work when I was chosen to play
for the first team.’
Liam Cunningham
BSc Sports Rehabilitation
Hull FC rugby league player




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                                          Some of our areas of
                                          study
                                          Sport, Health and Exercise Psychology
                                          The modules that make up this strand examine the contribution that psychology
                                          can make to our understanding of sport/exercise participation and performance,
                                          and to our understanding of human cognition and behaviour in sport. They focus
                                          on the psychology in sport psychology and offer an in-depth understanding of the
                                          athlete and exerciser.

                                          Anatomy and Human Physiology
                                          These units aim to introduce the basic anatomy of joints and muscles, and include
                                          consideration of the physiology of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems,
                                          kidney and fluid balance and the nervous system. Second- and third-year modules
                                          examine such topics as the biochemistry of exercise and the mechanisms that
                                          control energy metabolism.

                                          Research Methods
                                          These modules aim, first, to develop an understanding of research design,
                                          methodology and analysis using qualitative and quantitative approaches. They
                                          include work in both experimental and descriptive methodologies and involve the
                                          application of statistical tests and forms of survey method with real data. Later
                                          modules provide the skills to conduct empirical studies of individuals and groups.

                                          Introduction to Coaching Pedagogy
                                          explores the teaching and learning process in sport – an issue that is fundamental
                                          to coaching success, whether in elite or recreational, adult or junior, settings – and
                                          examines the complex nature of pedagogical practice in coaching. As well as
                                          analysing different theoretical positions, you will apply this knowledge in a
                                          practical coaching setting and reflect on your own learning and development as a
                                          coach.

                                          Analysis of Human Movement
                                          The biomechanics thread running through Years 1, 2 and 3 introduces you to the
                                          analysis of human movement in sport and health. The first module considers the
                                          application of functional anatomy to movement analysis. In Years 2 and 3 a fuller
                                          understanding of movement technique analysis is developed in various sports, and
                                          performance factors are examined using film and force analysis. In Year 3, you also
                                          have the option of conducting biomechanical analysis of movement from a clinical
                                          perspective.




     Students are able to
     register for a variety
     of coaching award
     courses.


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 Sports and Exercise Nutrition                                                            The final-year
 introduces the six nutritional classes and their role in both resting and exercise       dissertation provides
 states, trains you to use computerised dietary analysis and gives you the
                                                                                          an opportunity to
 opportunity to investigate dietary manipulation for sporting performance.
                                                                                          investigate any
 Health and Exercise-Related Fitness                                                      aspect of sport and
 introduces you to the theory and principles of training as well as identifying specific   exercise science.
 training regimes to meet the specific components of fitness. You will investigate the
 structuring of training to meet both short- and long-term goals.

 Electrotherapy
 aims to give students a basic understanding of the rationale underlying the use and
 application of all forms of electrotherapy, including current knowledge with respect
 to the healing process at the cellular level.

 Dissertation
 This provides the opportunity to investigate any aspect of sport and exercise
 science. You are given guidance by a personal supervisor who has expertise within
 the relevant discipline, but you retain considerable autonomy over the work you
 produce. Some students are able to publish their work in international journals.




 Sports governing body coaching award courses
 Students can register for a variety of coaching award courses in their own time.
 These are likely to run in the evenings and at weekends and may entail payment
 of a fee. In addition students will be able to access generic coaching courses in
 areas such as child protection and safeguarding, first aid and ‘equity in your
 coaching’.




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                                          Why Hull?

                                          The great advantage of the sports facilities at Hull is that they are on the main
                                          campus, within five minutes’ walk of the students’ union, all departments,
                                          and the Cranbrook Avenue and Taylor Court student residential
                                          accommodation.

                                          The Sports and Leisure Centre
                                          The attractively designed Sports and Leisure Centre has three floors which
                                          incorporate a large sports hall, a gymnasium equipped with weights and multi-gym,
                                          a dance and aerobics studio, six squash courts, a solarium and a Physical Education
                                          lecture room. Attached to the main Sports Centre is a new Health and Fitness
                                          Centre.

                                          The Health and Fitness Centre
                                          The new state-of-the-art Health and Fitness Centre, in which the University invested
                                          half a million pounds, is professionally supervised and incorporates a suite of
                                          strength and fitness training machines for individual muscle groups, a
                                          cardiovascular room containing a range of aerobic training equipment (including
                                          powerjogs, ‘steppers’ and cycle ergometers), a sauna, a jacuzzi, a solarium, a bar,
                                          and snack and relaxation areas.

                                          The sports grounds
                                          Adjacent to the Sports and Health and Fitness Centres are the University’s major
                                          sports grounds, including a floodlit all-weather surface which conforms to FIH and
                                          EHA hockey specifications but which is also available for football and general
                                          sports training, a new floodlit netball and tennis complex, six football pitches, three
                                          rugby pitches, two grass hockey pitches, an American football pitch, a lacrosse
                                          pitch, four cricket circles, eight clay tennis courts and a grid training area. The
                                          University also has a boathouse on the nearby River Hull, used by the Rowing and
                                          Canoe Clubs.

                                          Additional facilities in Hull and Yorkshire
                                          Within a short drive of the University are several swimming pools, a National
                                          League athletics stadium, an indoor tennis centre, an ice skating/hockey stadium,
                                          an indoor rock-climbing centre, and an outdoor centre for water-based adventure
                                          activities such as sailing, canoeing and windsurfing. Within an hour’s drive are the
                                          North York Moors and the Pennines, offering opportunities for orienteering,
                                          expedition training, climbing, and other land-based outdoor and adventurous
                                          activities.

                                          The Athletic Union
                                          The University’s Athletic Union administers 6 clubs catering for a wide range of
                                          individual and team sports; and outdoor and adventurous activities are supported
                                          by an experienced full-time member of staff responsible for leadership and safety.




     We are rightly proud
     of the range of
     cutting-edge facilities
     available within the
     department.


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     What our students say
     Individual support
     ‘One of the second- or third-year students helped us get settled. Because there are
     relatively few sport, health and exercise science students, we get individual
     attention and are not treated as simply a number. At Hull we can also get some of
     the best careers guidance in the country.’

     On-site facilities
     ‘At Hull the sports facilities, sport science laboratories, lecture rooms, library,
     Computer Centre and students’ union building are all on site and within a short
     walk of one another.’

     Teaching excellence
     ‘The Sport, Health and Exercise Science staff inspire you in your studies and
     challenge you to do your best.’




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Free Elective Scheme

Studying for a degree at the University of Hull is a unique experience. We aim
                                                                                           Admissions policy
to provide you with an education that offers both depth and breadth of
                                                                                           Admissions information provided
knowledge. To meet these ends the University has developed an optional Free
                                                                                           in this pamphlet is intended as a
Elective Scheme. This scheme enables the majority of undergraduate students
                                                                                           general guide and cannot cover all
to take one module a year from outside their main course of study.
                                                                                           possibilities. Entry requirements
                                                                                           are generally stated in terms of A
So, how does it work?
                                                                                           level grades and/or UCAS points,
Each year you take 120 credits’ worth of modules.
                                                                                           but we encourage applications
                                                                                           from people with a wide range of
             SEMESTER 1                                     SEMESTER 2                     other qualifications and/or
                                                                                           experience. Some further details of
              20 credits                                     20 credits                    the various entry routes are
                                                                                           included in our general prospectus.
              20 credits                                     20 credits                    Please contact the Admissions
                                                                                           Service (see below) with any
                                     20 credits                                            specific queries about admissions.


                                     20 credits                                            Disclaimer
                                                                                           This publication is intended
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                                                                                           principally as a guide for
      main course of study.                         free elective or another module from
                                                    your main course of study.             prospective students. The matters
                                                                                           covered by it – academic and
                                                                                           otherwise – are subject to change
What sort of subjects can I take?
                                                                                           from time to time, both before and
You can take almost any free elective module from outside your main course of
                                                                                           after students are admitted, and
study, usually at your home campus. You can even take a module from another
                                                                                           the information contained in it
faculty. You should discuss your choice of free electives with your supervisor.
                                                                                           does not form part of any contract.
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With its high-tech Exercise Physiology Labs
   and its £1.5 million Health and Human
   Performance facility, our Department of
    Sport, Health and Exercise Science is
  exceptionally well equipped for teaching
and research. And if you want to do sport as
    well as study it, our large on-campus
 Sports and Fitness Centre is surrounded by
  acres of natural and artificial surfaces for
everything from tennis to American football.
     If you’re considering sport science,
       you really should consider Hull.



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