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9 MSc Programs in Sports Coaching

Typically, a Master of Science involves studying a scientific subject, or taking a scientific or mathematical approach to any field of study. An MSc is a postgraduate level qualification that usually requires the completion of a bachelor’s degree to qualify. What is an MSc in Sports Coaching? This postgraduate degree equips students with a working knowledge of sports science and associated l… Read more

Typically, a Master of Science involves studying a scientific subject, or taking a scientific or mathematical approach to any field of study. An MSc is a postgraduate level qualification that usually requires the completion of a bachelor’s degree to qualify.

What is an MSc in Sports Coaching? This postgraduate degree equips students with a working knowledge of sports science and associated leadership and management skills. It offers individuals an insight into how psychology, physiology, movement analysis, and strength and conditioning impact an athlete’s performance. Students may learn to integrate theory and practice to plan training programs. They can also reflect on and analyze current coaching practices. Common sports coaching subjects include mentoring in sport, movement analysis, effective coaching, research methods, and building a high-performance environment.

Graduates gain many transferable skills while earning an MSc in Sports Coaching. Some of those may include professionalism, time-management and the ability to take initiative. These skills can help students obtain higher-paying jobs in a variety of fields of interest.

Earning an MSc in Sports Coaching can take one to two years to complete. This degree is offered at a variety of universities, so the cost of attendance can differ between schools and program types. Contact directly the university of interest for information on enrollment fees.

A degree in sports coaching provides individuals with an understanding of sports performance and the factors that may affect behaviors in sporting environments, so there are a lot of potential job options available to sport coaching majors. Graduates typically go on to become exercise physiologists, fitness center managers, middle school teachers, sports coaches or sports therapists.

An MSc in Sports Coaching can be earned in a variety of settings, from on campus to online to long-distance learning. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Erskine College
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Erskine’s Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) equips you through hands-on experience and a holistic approach to evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment. You will learn the fundamentals of athletic training research and the principles of administration in the field. Your coursework will help prepare you for the BOC exam, and with a variety of clinical sites, you will gain practical experience. -
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King's College - Pennsylvania, USA
Wilkes-Barre , USA

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Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This programme engages coaches and teachers in the process of applying theory to their practice and aims to develop reflective practitioners with the ability to effectively manage pedagogic problems. It offers a unique opportunity for professional and career development, focusing on applied and experiential learning within a community of practice. -
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Plymouth State University
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From pre-game taping to practice and game medical coverage to injury assessment and rehabilitation, Plymouth State University’s Master of Science (MS) degree programs in athletic training will prepare you for success on and off the field. Working closely with faculty members who are experienced and respected professionals in athletic training, students like you will have opportunities to excel. If your goal is to become a BOC certified athletic trainer or expand your education as a certified athletic trainer, Plymouth State’s Professional or Post-professional programs in athletic training will help you get there. -
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University of Greenwich
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This innovative Master’s degree focuses on the application of strength and conditioning as one of the most effective tools to improve both health and performance.

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Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
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Concordia University Ann Arbor School of Arts and Sciences
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