Applicants should normally have a good honours degree ((at least 2.2) in sport science or a related area. Subject to the appropriate Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
Months of entry
This exciting multidisciplinary course is recognised by the Society of Sports Therapists. On graduation you'll be eligible to register as a practising sports therapist.
Using a problem-based learning approach, you investigate the full range of therapies and practical, hands-on injury treatments, relating these to the relevant theoretical evidence.You will have the opportunity to combine this with physiological, biomechanical and psychosocial factors, and evaluate how they impact upon or are affected by sports injury, treatment and rehabilitation.
What you study
Practical experience is an essential element of the programme and you gain this on placements in public or private settings or in sports therapy support projects connected with the University's sports injury rehabilitation centre.
How you learn
A wide variety of teaching strategies appropriate to each module is used, including formal lectures and tutorials, seminars, practical workshops, problem-based learning, work-based learning, guest speakers and student-led research projects.
You have the opportunity to develop continuing professional development throughout all modules on the programme. The delivery of modules is via blended learning, which uses a combination of face-to-face learning and online delivery. The modules have a site in the University's virtual learning environment (Blackboard), which adheres as a minimum to the University's Threshold Quality Standards.
How you are assessed
Assessment methods include assignments, critical review, presentations, portfolios and practical examinations.
These methods allow you to demonstrate a critical and systematic understanding and application of the relevant curriculum. Professional and key transferable skills are also developed through these assessments. You are required to undertake appropriate research, using the skills developed in the core modules and this provides the impetus for the development of your dissertation proposal. The dissertation gives you the opportunity to demonstrate an appropriate standard of research and enquiry into a specialist area, selected by you, displaying an original and/or compelling study or review of that area.
Typically graduates are employed as sports therapists. However, you are also well prepared for employment in related areas including the health and fitness industry, sport development, research and sport science support.
Information for international students
For further information please visit our website www.tees.ac.uk
Fees and funding
For information on funding please visit our website www.tees.ac.uk
Qualification and course duration
|Assessment||What kind of work will I be doing? (proportionally)|
|Written coursework / continuous assessment||20|
|Dissertation||20 (20000 words)|
Course contact details
- Admissions Team
- +44 (0)1642 384491
- +44 (0)1642 342399