The MSc Football Science and Rehabilitation programme at the University of Central Lancashire is a very practical and flexible course, designed for those who work, or aspire to work, in the fields of football, medicine and science. Developed in consultation with clinical partners, including the Football Medical Association, the content of this course is especially designed to enhance the skills of current and aspiring GPs, physiotherapists, sports therapists, sports scientists and others in similar roles.
You’ll develop the practical skills needed to rehabilitate injured football players and enhance the condition, fitness and performance of non-injured players using safe and effective methods informed by the latest scientific thinking. You’ll gain an advanced understanding of the key theories and concepts related to the training, physical development and rehabilitation of players, as well as sport and exercise procedures used in evaluating and monitoring fitness and performance.
UCLan are pleased to announce that students can enrol on the MSc Football Science and Rehabilitation degree course from January as well as September. The two start dates provides maximum flexibility for new students who wish to complete the course alongside other commitments. In addition, individual modules can still be taken to form part of a CPD portfolio or credits towards the MSc degree. For further information please contact Mark Leather MLeather2@uclan.ac.uk