Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
Sociology of Sport MSc
1 year full-time (part-time available)
This programme is designed for graduates possessing a degree in sociology, cultural studies or sports science with an emphasis in the social sciences of sport.
The growing cultural, economic and political significance of sport has led to greater demand for qualified specialists to provide basic knowledge regarding the relationship between sport and society.
In addition, sociologists of sport are increasingly involved in a range of state, NGO, and industry initiatives regarding policy formulation and implementation.
- Quantitative Research or Qualitative Research
- Sport, Globalisation and Development
- Sport, the Body and Society
- Research Project
Examination, coursework and a thesis of 16,000-20,000 words.
Upper second class honours degree in sports science or social science discipline.
Applicants with a lower second class honours degree will also be considered if they can show expertise in the relevant areas.
* Entrance requirements are in addition to the general entrance requirements.