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29 Master Programs in Sport and Exercise Studies Sports Science Sport and Exercise Psychology 2024

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Master Programs in Sport and Exercise Studies Sports Science Sport and Exercise Psychology

In order to apply for a master’s program, one must have an undergraduate degree. For students interested in deepening their love of sports performance, a Master in Sport and Exercise Psychology may be a good program to take.

You may be thinking, what is a Master in Sport and Exercise Psychology? This degree provides students with important knowledge about how human performance is impacted by the mind in the realm of competitive sports. The curriculum varies depending on which program you take, but examples of classes include cognitive neuroscience, molecular biology, and human motor behavior. Many programs will provide an internship at the end so that students can hone their learned skills in a real life setting.

Graduates with a Master in Sport and Exercise Psychology learn a lot about health and human movement, which is beneficial not only professionally, but on a personal level as well. There are also a variety of career opportunities for those with this professional degree.

Students can earn a master’s degree in sport and exercise psychology in schools around the world. Each program is different, and the location can greatly affect how much the program will cost. Contact the schools you are interested in to find out how much a degree may cost you.

There are many career options for those interested in sport and exercise psychology. Graduates can work in academic positions, such as instructor, sport psychologist for an athletic department or professional organization, or director of sport psychology. Graduates can also work in private practice as a mental training consultant, coach educator, or counselor. Other opportunities include an academic coach, athlete liaison officer, performance lifestyle coordinator, life services manager, or player development manager.

It may be possible to earn a master’s degree by taking the majority of your classes online. To find out which schools offer this opportunity, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.