The Master of Sports Medicine has been designed for qualified practitioners who have a passion for excellence in sports and exercise medicine working with athletes of all ages and abilities.
Linking theory and practice, students will explore sport and exercise medicine in diverse contexts including athlete physiology, biomechanics & performance; sports injury prevention, diagnosis & management and athlete case management.
As a student of this course you’ll have access to a network of internationally recognised experts in sports medicine and clinicians working with elite sports teams and institutions. You’ll also have the opportunity to appraise authentic expert consultations of real clinical cases.
This course is offered part time and full time, offering you the flexibility to plan your study around other commitments.
This course is designed to produce leaders in best-practice sports medicine.
As part of this course, you will design, evaluate, implement, analyse and theorise about developments that contribute to advancement of practice in diverse sports, health and exercise contexts.
You’ll further develop your practice in injury management, rehabilitation and training interventions for athletes of all ages and abilities. You’ll also approach athlete management aiming to optimise function, enhance sports performance and encourage safe physical activity and exercise participation in different sporting and population contexts.
WHO THE COURSE IS FOR
The course has been designed for doctors, physiotherapists and podiatrists with a minimum of three years sports medicine relevant clinical experience. The course structure allows you to tailor your subject choices to design a program that suits your professional needs and career goals.
A Master in Sports Medicine allows graduates to enhance their professional practice capability in community and professional sporting organisations. A masters level qualification is integral to extending your career in sports medicine and is often required for the award of professional specialist titling.