Length of program 1 year
Timetable morning
Credits 60 ECTS
Degree DirectorDra. Mónica Solana-Tramunt
Application Open


  • To provide advanced training in epistemological issues related to the acquisition of knowledge.
  • To provide advanced training in methodology, techniques and procedures that allow students to interpret and design research projects, sports training and physical activity and health.
  • To provide specialised knowledge and a reflective perspective on the key aspects defining professions linked to the world of sports training and health in general.
  • To promote competences that empower students to pursue independent and autonomous lifelong study.
  • To provide knowledge and analytical instruments that empower students to detect new needs and develop innovative projects and programmes in their professional field.
  • To promote the critical thinking and the empathetic and collaborative attitudes inherent to knowledge of the sport sciences.



  • To provide further knowledge on the scientific underpinnings of improving physical condition and research on seeking peak performance in high-standard athletes.
  • To be able to use methods and techniques to assess and control improvement of physical fitness for sports performance.
  • To have the skills to use methods, procedures, and techniques to diagnose health indicators of people.
  • To provide further knowledge on how to use the new technological tools and solutions to monitor and schedule sports training.
  • To identify the keys that influence the acquisition of sports conditioning and to become familiar with the procedures used to identify talent.
  • To evaluate the level of physical conditioning and to control the factors that determine maximum sports performance.
  • To design high-level training programmes for sports performance.
  • To design exercises and training means to improve people’s performance or health.
  • To detect the dangers of a training programme and the most common mechanisms of injury.
  • To plans the means of monitoring and recovery from training loads depending on the goals.
  • To design personalised physical exercise programmes to improve people’s health and quality of life.
  • To have skills to know the most recent research and innovations concerning the improvement of sports performance and people’s health.
  • To acquire notions on the behaviour of groups and professional teams in the field of sports and health.
  • To acquire knowledge on medical and functional diagnostics of athletes and non-athletes.
  • To analyse and interpret sports competition using technological tools.
  • To understand the main methodological designs for studying the health sciences and sports training.
  • To develop research designs in the field of sports and health sciences.
  • To understand the interdisciplinary workings of high-performance sports centres and rehabilitation centres.