Sport and Movement Science

The Faculty of Sport and Movement Sciences is the third university department in the world to offer Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in martial arts and combat sports. Furthermore, various interdisciplinary departments from different faculties are offered and learned. In total, Yushin-Ryu offers 7 institutes and 11 departments.

Faculty information

Within this faculty, there are 7 institutes where interdisciplinary teaching occurs in various disciplines and subject areas. In the Faculty for Sport and Movement Sciences, the body and its forms of movement are considered in all respects. There is also observation, analysis, and optimization.

Movement is an essential everyday human need. Sport and Movement Sciences can also be invaluable in supporting the healing process, working alongside medicine to optimize and accelerate recovery.

In children and youth’s primary education, sport is an essential motor. Regular physical exercise can help individuals maintain a healthy lifestyle and better cope with the demands of everyday life. Expert advice from Sport and Movement Sciences also helps with many other psychosocial problem areas such as AD(H)S.
After graduation, students are equipped with specialized training in this area and can offer skilled assistance to those in need. Together with families, they develop a daily structure incorporating exercise and nutrition as a supplement to everyday life.

In the field of education, i.e., in everyday school life, the core competencies of graduates are found. Learning about one’s own body and discovering it is a pedagogically important part of child and youth development.
If it is about the design and execution of the faculty, in particular in social competence, the Sport and Movement Sciences make a significant contribution. As a result, areas such as self-awareness and self-determination are formed. This allows social skills to bear fruit.
Participation in sports can significantly enhance teamwork skills, promoting effective communication and facilitating the development of a broad range of social skills, such as team building and collaboration. In their psychological development, young people thus experience a mental and professional expansion, which ultimately leads to greater self-confidence and affirmation.