Taught course

Strength and Conditioning

University of Chichester · Institute of Sport

Entry requirements

Candidates should normally have a good honours degree (2:1) in a related area. It is recognised that some applicants may not meet these standard academic requirements, but may still be desirable course members with other appropriate and equivalent skills and knowledge (e.g. coaching or work experiences).

Months of entry


Course content

Our MSc Strength and Conditioning is carefully aligned to the UKSCA accreditation process, and focuses on both the scientific principles of the strength and conditioning process, their practical application, and assessment using both laboratory and field based measurement systems to provide the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary for a successful career in Strength and Conditioning.

Indicative course content*:

  • Scientific principles of Strength and Conditioning
  • Planning and programming
  • Performance measurement
  • Applied Strength and Conditioning
  • Research Methods

Students also deliver a research dissertation and undertake a dedicated work placement module.

To find out more about our programme, contact Dr Jason Lake (Programme Co-ordinator)

Tel: 01243 816294

Email: j.lake@chi.ac.uk

For details on how to apply please visit: http://www.chi.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate-taught-0/how-apply

Please note you should send a personal statement and two academic references with your application (internal applicants only need to supply one reference)

Fees and funding

UK students
International students

Qualification and course duration


full time
12-15 months
part time
24-36 months

Course contact details

Jason lake