We offer high-quality teaching across two unique undergraduate programmes; our BA in Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity and BSc Sport and Exercise Sciences.
Both are unique in that you will be studying both traditional sport and exercise science as well as contemporary subjects necessary for the prosperity of people, sport, and the planet, now and into the future.
Aligned with the United Nation’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, this includes a focus on reducing health inequalities, advancing gender and race equality in sport, ensuring good wellbeing through exercise, and the role of the environment, like climate change, on sport and physical activity.
On our BA Sport, Exercise and Physical Activity programme, you will constantly engage in applying your developing academic understanding to real-world examples, practices and issues that are relevant to various sport and exercise sectors and careers. The course includes a variety of core and optional modules in the social science disciplines of sport sociology, sport policy and sports development. The flexible design of the programme also allows you to select and experience modules associated with other areas of the sport and exercise sciences, including physiology, psychology, and physical activity, nutrition and health.
In joining our BSc programme here at Durham, you will study traditional and contemporary sport, exercise and health science disciplines, whilst having access to our flexible module suite, allowing you to develop a broader knowledge base and unique skill set across the wider study of sport, exercise and physical activity.