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Sports Science: Performance diagnostics and training controlpart time
Master of Science
Standard period of study (amount)
Overview and admission
Winter Semester only
Area of study
- Sports Science
- Therapies, Miscellaneous
Training Planning and Control, Game Analysis and Scouting, Diagnostics and Control in Functional Training, Team Leadership and Team Development, Stress and Regeneration Management
The target group is students with a bachelor's degree in sports science or related disciplines. Applicants should have an affinity for the scientific approach to sport and see their professional future in diagnostic as well as training science positions.
The central aim of the Master's degree is to impart comprehensive competences for performance diagnostics as well as for the planning and control of the training process. Students apply scientific and application-oriented procedures. Sub-disciplines such as exercise science, biomechanics, sports medicine and sports psychology complement the teaching. In the Master's degree in Sports Science (M.Sc.) at the MSH, the reference to competitive sports is repeatedly made, and other fields of application such as popular, fitness and health sports are also considered. With a degree in Sports Science (M.Sc.), graduates prove that they have intensively studied sports science. Because they have gained extensive theoretical and practical qualifications, they improve their chances of obtaining a management position in the sports industry. MSH is a university that promotes competitive sports and as such actively promotes sports.
- Qualification for the Master’s degree courses in accordance with Section 39 of Hamburg Act on Higher Education (HmbHG) - A relevant bachelor’s degree in sports science or in a related field, including physiotherapy, etc., with at least 180 ECTS credits (European Credit Transfer System) is required. As a rule, 70 ECTS credits in key areas of the bachelor’s degree must focus on sports science. Some lacking fundamentals in sports science can be obtained by way of link courses through additional modules of the bachelor programme in sports science.
Winter semester (2023/2024)
Application deadline for Germans and inhabitants
Deadlines for International Students from the European Union
Deadlines for international students from countries that are not members of the European Union
Any time; Course of studies commence on April 1 and Oct. 1
550.00 EUR / Month
One-time enrolment fee of EUR 100
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