This degree responds to the rise of sedentary lifestyles and ill-health of the population by exploring how individuals and communities need distinct approaches to health and physical activity. This includes children, older adults, people with disabilities and those with long-term health conditions.
This multidisciplinary programme integrates theoretical and practical knowledge of physical education and sport. It offers the opportunity to develop the skills required to work in the education and youth sport sector.
The Sport and Exercise Science degree at Lincoln was developed to meet both the student demand and the growing reputation of sport and exercise science and the role that sport and physical activity can play in improving the health of the nation. The programme is a multidisciplinary degree that aims to develop students’ knowledge, understanding and practical skills in the key areas of physiology, biomechanics and psychology — so they can understand their impact on sports performance, physical activity and health.
The Sport Development and Coaching degree draws on contemporary research with the aim of giving students the opportunity to develop their expertise and ability in a range of areas. These include leading and teaching sport and physical education sessions, creating and testing exercise programmes and developing, managing and evaluating community sports schemes.
This specialist degree is informed by current research and innovation within the sector. Its focus is to develop knowledge, understanding and practical skills in applied strength and conditioning, physiology, biomechanics and nutrition.

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School of Sport and Exercise Science, College of Social Science, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln. LN6 7TS
email: enquiries@lincoln.ac.uk