The Bachelor’s study program in sports science as a minor subject provides a basic education that builds on knowledge acquired in high school and introduces students to sports scientific working, thinking, and judging.
Students focus on pedagogical, psychological, sociological and biomedical contents from sports and exercise science and the effects of physical activity on the functional efficiency of the body. You will learn to label the linkages between physical activity, regeneration, and adaptation, to identify and manipulate them. Using methodological fundamentals of scientific work, you will also learn how to analyze and evaluate empirical findings. The minor subject Bachelor’s comprises six semesters and is worth 42 credits.
- A fundamental interest in human sports and a physically active life
- Interest in a fundamental, empirically grounded knowledge of sports and exercise
- Eagerness to transfer this basic knowledge to sports practice
- Interest in understanding personal and organizational development in sports