Musculoskeletal Sport Science and Health MSc
- Entry requirements: 2:1 (or above)
- Year of entry: 2017
- Full-time: 1 year
- Location: Loughborough
- Part-time: Available
- School: Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
This programme aims to provide you with further knowledge of the scientific concepts and procedures underpinning sport and exercise related musculoskeletal function, measurement, injury and treatment.
It will allow you to adopt a multidisciplinary approach to the scientific study of sport and exercise related musculoskeletal health and performance including anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, bioengineering, and kinesiology. You will have the opportunity to carry out in-depth and critical research in selected areas of interest.
This programme is delivered in connection with the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine – East Midlands (NCSEM-EM), and is primarily taught at Loughborough University; with the option to take some modules at the Queen’s Medical Centre or other Nottingham University facilities (assistance with travel expenses between campuses is included within the programme fees).
The NCSEM-EM is an Olympic legacy funded project aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of the nation.
An honours degree (2:1 or above) or equivalent overseas qualification in a relevant subject, or equivalent professional experience.
Overseas qualification equivalencies can be found here.
All applicants for admission to Loughborough University must have a qualification in English Language before they can be admitted to any course or programme, whether their first language is English or not. Find out more here.
Modules are assessed by a combination of examinations, coursework and group work. Take a look at our modules to see what assessments you can expect to undertake.
Typical career destinations include teaching in further and higher education, sports science support with the English Institute of Sport, working in rehabilitation and exercise therapy, working with professional sports organisations. Other graduates progress to PhD study.