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15 MSc Programs in Sport and Exercise Studies Sports Science Sport and Exercise Psychology 2024

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MSc Programs in Sport and Exercise Studies Sports Science Sport and Exercise Psychology

Many college graduates decide to pursue a Master of Science, or MSc, to further their education, enhance their job prospects and increase their salaries. Often earned after two or three years of intensive study of a particular science-related field, the Master of Science is sometimes used as a steppingstone for a doctoral degree.

Just what is an MSc in Sport and Exercise Psychology? This graduate-level program involves rigorous study of a variety of topics related to sports, exercise and their effects on the brain and human mentality. Students in these programs should expect comprehensive review of the numerous psychological principles of athletic performance and motor skill, and they will learn to analyze athletes, sports teams and their behaviors from psychological and sociological perspectives.

Master of Science in Sport and Exercise Psychology degree holders often report having more job opportunities available to them than they did prior to securing the advanced designation. They also commonly earn more money than those without degrees or those with associates or bachelor’s degrees.

Tuition costs for sport and exercise psychology master’s programs vary from one school to the next based on factors such as the country through which the program is offered and the prestige of the school offering it. Students should contact each program directly for current tuition rates.

Graduates of sport and exercise psychology master’s degree programs generally work with individual athletes or sports teams from the amateur level through professional ranks. Some choose to work as personal trainers or in other capacities related to the support and encouragement of athletic performance, while others work as nutritionists, dieticians or coaches. Some graduates choose to teach sport and exercise psychology at the collegiate level, while others choose to continue their own education and being working toward a doctorate degree.

Those interested in learning more about the educational options available globally in sport and exercise psychology should explore our database. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.