This course provides students with theoretical knowledge about the psychosomatic and mental factors that influence participation and performance in sport, exercise, and physical activity. This course allows students with an opportunity to study human behaviour as well as human development through the lifespan. The sport psychology course include topics like personality theories (psychoanalytical and psychodynamic), social learning theory, humanist and cognitive approaches, concentration, goal setting, mental training, aggression in sports and motivation.

The course aim is to equip students with necessary skills to analyse and determine the importance of testing and measurement in sport, exercise, physical education and activity. This will be achieved through establishing test validity and reliability by fostering ideal testing and measurement conditions. The content areas of this course include criteria for test selection, test administration, conducting skill and health related tests, interpretation and evaluation test results.

Teaching / coaching attachment is a continuous assessment of student during the entire period of the course. In each term a student is visited twice and practical assessments done during lessons at school of attachment by an assessor.

This course aims to develop independent sport investigational skills and knowledge in students through conducting research. Research methodology course content include studying types of research, research question, research proposal, research questions, hypothesis, justification, literature review, research designs, sample/ population, research instruments, limitations, data analysis, conclusions and recommendations.

This course aims to acquaint students with the basic biomechanical knowledge, principles and methods for analysis and the improvement of human motor abilities. The course focuses students to study on body levers and functions, biomechanical characteristics of movements, motion, projectiles, forces, work, energy, power and related calculations. It covers interaction between external and internal force fields (forces of elastic deformation, resistance, friction, drag, specific environmental factors, applied biomechanics in selected sports activities, cinematographic methods, video-computer analysis and modelling of movement patterns and motor activities, statics, dynamics, kinematics and kinetics.

This course will cover the following content areas: history of tennis, forehand stroke, backhand stroke, practice drills, serve, rules, scoring, singles and doubles match play, top spin, movement and court positioning, volley instruction , mini tennis, doubles team strategy ,overhead ,lob ,  specific rule situations,  tournament information and conducting a tennis draw, equipment

This course will cover the following content areas; history and development of the game of soccer, coaching philosophy, development of specific game-related qualities and skills, ball familiarity, techniques of kicking, techniques of running with the ball, technique of ball control in the air or on the ground, technique of heading, technique of passing and heading, techniques of goalkeeping, techniques of dribbling and turning, individual defending, practical dribbling and defending, planning and organisation of a training/coaching session, game concept, game model and tactical strategies.

The research project is practical research study within sport or area of work for the student. This is equivalent to a full course. Research project covers all chapters – Introduction, literature review, methodology, results and recommendations.

This course will cover the following content areas: history of swimming, swimming pool hygiene, rules and etiquette, fundamental principles of floating, swimming techniques, Front crawl stroke, back stroke, breast stroke, butterfly and stroke characteristics , starting stance, turning technique, breathing, arm and leg movement techniques, stroke drills and teaching methods to beginners, Methods of training, being a swimming a coach, using different equipment to teach swimming, coaching styles in swimming,  swimming warm up and cool down, technique of swimming styles, principles of life saving – CPR and artificial respiration.

This course provides an overview of sports marketing as a component of an integrated marketing strategy. The course assists students to develop a critical appreciation of marketing in sport and through sport. Marketing concepts that include donations, licensing, sponsorship, endorsements, franchises, TV rights, advertising, branding, integrated marketing communication, sponsorship evaluation methods, public relations and social media will be covered during this course. Students will critically analyse current sport marketing related concepts, establishments, strategies and campaigns using a range of case studies like Adidas.