Master of Sport and Movement Sciences
Contents and teaching of the master
“Given the variety of specializations offered at the Master’s level, it can be challenging to choose a singular focus. Therefore, the program emphasizes diverse approaches and specializations that can prepare students for the range of scientific challenges they may encounter in their future careers.
“The integration of interdisciplinary studies, theories of science, empiricism, and diverse ethical and philosophical perspectives ensure a high-quality education.Thus, the Master’s degree in the field of Sport and Movement Sciences is an excellent basis for lecturers. This applies equally to professors who aspire to research and teach. Hence, science can be accepted and experienced as a challenge.
In the development and innovation of new training fundamentals, new fields of activity as well as paths are opened up by the Master of Sport and Movement Sciences.
Departments of the study program:
- Motor Skills (Anatomy)
- Theory of Motion in Application
- Physiology (Anatomy)
- Physiology of Medicine in Application
- Alternative Forms of Movement (paraplegia, or/and with prosthesis)
- Source Sesearch
- Sports History and Culture
- Sociology of Sport/Sociology in General
- Philosophy and Ethics
- Basic Research and Innovation
- Clinical Psychology
- Child and Adolescent Psychology
- Forms of Therapy and Their Tasks
- Social Pedagogy
- Violence Prevention
- Communication (GFK – non-violent communication/flow technique according to Gasser)
- Health Science
- Science Theory/Research/Empiricism
- Sport Sociology
- Sport Psychology
- Exercise Science
- Sports Physiology
- Developmental Psychology
- Personality Disorder
- Breathing (Chi Gong, Tai Chi)
- and much more.
The Study Program in Brief
Tuition fees amount to CHF 3,250 for the entire Master’s program, including enrollment fees. In addition, there are costs for the teaching materials, which vary depending on the subject, and travel to the oral and written final examination in your area.
Students who have successfully completed their schooling are generally eligible for admission to our distance learning university. Depending on the course of study, additional prerequisites can be defined; this is evident in the detailed study information and during registration. An equivalency procedure can be applied in case of a missing degree. There will be a written exam after each module (semester). In order to enter the next higher module, the initial examination must be successfully passed (propaedeutic).
The Master’s programs are only open to students with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Those with an equivalent degree are asked to send their documents to the Rector’s Office by mail or by post.
The length of study depends on the desired workload and the payment made. We will be happy to create a personal study plan for you.
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