Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Sport, Exercise and Health (180 Credits)

Overview

This programme of study covers modules that prepare the undergraduates to work alongside medical and healthcare professionals in promoting physical activity and exercise; and are mapped to the rigorous standards upheld by various international accrediting bodies in the field. The ultimate aim will be to improve the general health of the individual and of society as a whole. Throughout the three years, this course provides learners with hands-on experience to engage in exercise, health and fitness programmes, conferences and events on and off campus, working with different sectors of the community. The undergraduates will develop the knowledge and skills required to assist clients and patients in their various health challenges, noncommunicable diseases, health conditions, injuries or disabilities. Furthermore the degree programme also aims to facilitate the pursuit of a number of distinctive sport or exercise-related Master’s (Level 7) programmes.

Admission Requirements

Advanced Diploma in Sports (Development, Coaching and Fitness) or 2 A-Level passes and 2 I-Level passes and SEC/O-Level pass in English Language Compulsory A or I-Level: Physics or Chemistry or Biology or Physical Education

Course Duration

3 Years Full-Time