Category: Education
Post Date: 16 Dec 2019
  • Course
    M.Sc. in Sports Science and Physical Activity
  • College
  • Consultant Company
    The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)
  • Course Code
  • Descriptions
    This programme is designed to provide specialized study in sports science and physical activity. It provides a sound theoretical background to enrich students’ knowledge base and to enable them to apply that knowledge in their specific sport-related setting or pursue research in this area. The programme offers courses in areas of Exercise Physiology, Sports and Exercise Psychology, Sports Biomechanics, Sports Pedagogy, Sports Sociology, Physical Fitness Assessment, Health-Related Physical Activity, Sports Administration and Management.

    The programme is suitable for professionals in the sports, education, health and social service sectors, including sports scientists and health care professionals, school teachers, coaches and athletes, sports administrators, social workers and others who are interested in pursuing a career in sports science and physical activity.

    Students can study physical activity and exercise from a number of sub-disciplinary approaches originating in biomechanical, psychological, sociological, pedagogy or physiology. Students are encouraged to engage in a critical approach to understanding the relationship of physical activity in terms of its contribution to the related fields of sports medicine, health and exercise.

    Provide students with an opportunity to engage in sports and exercise science research.
  • Start Date
    Early September 2020
  • Venue
    The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Fee
    Full-time (1 year): $130,000 (by two instalments) Part-time (2 Years): $120,000 (by four instalments)
  • Deadline of Application
    2 March 2020
  • Seminar
  • Enquiries
    3943 6089, 3943 5346
  • College Email
  • Enquiries Email
  • Application Email
  • Fax
    2603 5781
  • Website
  • More Details
  • Application Website
  • Address
    G04, Kwok Sports Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, NT
  • Remarks