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.
Entry Qualification: Degree in sports science or other relevant social science.
MSc modules require between 100 and 300 hours of study, including contact hours, depending on the credit weighting of the module.
Careers and Further Study
Typical destinations include further academic study, teaching, lecturing, the media, sport and leisure consultancies, sports development officers, local authority sport and leisure officers, Sports Council officers, national sport federation officers.
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