Length of program 4 years
Timetable morning or afternoon
Internships compulsory
Credits 240 ECTS
Application open
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SPEACIALIZATIONS AND OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

The Sports Sciences degree course has been designed so that all graduates are prepared for their professional development in all the different areas.

At the same time, students can follow a specific itinerary linked to an area of knowledge that allows them to achieve one of the following specializations:

  • Specialization in Sports Training and Health
  • Specialization in Sports Management

The criteria that are compulsory to achieve the specialization are to take the group of optional subjects associated to each of the specializations.

Apart from these regulatory criteria, students are recommended to take their practicum in organizations also connected to the corresponding field, as well as to develop their Final Degree Project about a topic related to the specialization.

For those students who complete a specialization and comply with the regulatory requirements, their graduate certificate will include the corresponding Specialization. For those who decide not to take up any specialization, their certificate will be issued only as Graduate in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences.

Title of Specialization

Optional subjects

Credits

 

 

 

Specialization in Sports Training and Health

 

  • Physical activity, prevention, and health
  • Adapted physical activity
  • Sports performance training
  • Control and optimization of training workloads
  • Functional readaptation to physical exercise

6 ECTS

6 ECTS

6 ECTS

6 ECTS

6 ECTS

 

 

 

Specialization in Sports Management

 

  • Economy and finance
  • Sports risk management in non-conventional settings
  • Legal forms and creation of sports companies
  • Sports management and social inclusion
  • Sports tourism

6 ECTS

6 ECTS

6 ECTS

6 ECTS

6 ECTS

This is the time arrangement of subjects within the CAFE syllabus.

Third year (2nd semester)

Optional I

  • Physical activity, prevention, and health                             
  • Economy and finance               

Fourth year (1st semester)

Optional II

  • Water and mountain rescue
  • Adapted physical activity

Fourth year (2nd semester)             

Optional III

  • Sports performance training                     
  • Legal forms and creation of sports companies                                   

Optional IV

  • Sport in population at risk and conflict mediation
  • Functional rehabilitation and readaptation                    

Optional V

  • Sports tourism                 
  • Control and optimization of training workloads        

Important: Subjects in every optional module cannot be taken at the same time as their schedules coincide.