I.K. Stoter, MSc
Minor Sport Science
The minor sport science offers students a multidisciplinary introduction to contemporary issues in the field of sport science. Students with a range of different academic backgrounds will be taught courses by experts from the fields of medical, behavioural, social and economic sciences. Through a series of lectures, tutorials, practical sessions, presentations and assignments, students will gain insight into the knowledge, methods and research used in the field of sport science.
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Who are the elite athletes of the future? What is the importance of growth, maturation and learning? A series of task, personal and environmental characteristics are involved in the development of elite sport talent. In this course, important general theories, concepts and models will be presented. The role of personal characteristics, such as physical, technical, tactical and psychological factors, will be discussed. Meanwhile, environmental influences such as the role of parents and coaches in an athlete’s progression to the top will be clarified.
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