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    Professor Frank Alexander Benjamin Moses Weibel
  • Bachelor of Sport and Movement Science

    Faculty Sport and Movement Science
    Institute Comparative Movement Sciences and Analysis
    In these bachelor with 240 ECTS each, different disciplines are taught and studied. Priority is given to those that occur in the everyday work of sports science. In addition, it is important to unite interdisciplinary connections of the various disciplines and to view them as a unit. Only in this way can these links be used as “new tools of the trade” in the future workplace. Since sports and exercise are very complex fields, these tools are invaluable. Especially when it comes to integrating them advantageously in the upcoming everyday life and to perform the work more effectively.

    Contents and directions of the study program

    There are 3 specializations, or rather degrees, of the bachelor’s degree with different emphases.

    B.A. of Sport and Exercise Science
    Here, content focuses on teaching-pedagogical areas. The interdisciplinary part of the individual subject areas plays an essential role in order to do justice to the very demanding professional field. Students are confronted with relevant everyday issues and problems, because they will encounter these later, for example, in the teaching of martial arts or combat sports.

    Starting with people of different origins up to physical, ethnological and social problems. The range of tasks is extensive and appropriate expertise must be countered. Different areas of expertise and fields are therefore necessary to be able to deal with them competently. For a qualitative and sustainable work.

    These are the subject shares of the different disciplines:

    • Teaching Pedagogy
    • Sport Sociology
    • Sport Psychology
    • Exercise science
    • Anatomy
    • Sports Physiology
    • Medicine
    • Dietetics
    • Psychosociology
    • Developmental psychology
    • Child and adolescent psychology
    • Personality disorder
    • Breathing (Chi Gong, Tai Chi)
    • Meditation
    • Philosophy/Ethics
    • and much more.

    B.A. of Sport and Exercise Science (Body Psychotherapy)
    The therapeutic, psychological, and movement motor areas are taught and taught in this program. After completing an introductory course, students are introduced to various disciplines. This provides an understanding of the interdisciplinary concept.

    The subject areas are divided as follows:

    • Clinical Psychology
    • Motor skills (anatomy)
    • Theory of motion in application
    • Physiology (Anatomy)
    • Physiology of medicine in application
    • Psychosociology
    • Child and adolescent psychology
    • Forms of therapy and their tasks
    • Social pedagogy
    • Medicine
    • Alternative forms of movement (paraplegia, or/and with prosthesis)
    • Violence prevention
    • Communication (GFK – non-violent communication/flow technique according to Gasser)
    • Health science
    • Science theory/research/empiricism
    • u.v.m.

    B.A of Sport and Exercise Science (Knowledge and Research)
    This bachelor deals with the scientific-theoretical and empirical part of movement analysis. In addition, there are the comparative sports and movement sciences.

    The classical work of sport and movement science takes place in practice. Theory of science is found in the field of work of observation, evaluation and analysis of diverse forms of sport and movement. Comparisons and research on the origins of various forms of movement are also part of everyday life.

    Interdisciplinarity is also focused here in order to be able to grasp “the big picture”.

    The subject areas are:

    • Motor skills (anatomy)
    • Theory of motion in application
    • Physiology (anatomy)
    • Physiology of medicine in application
    • Psychosociology
    • Alternative forms of movement (paraplegia, or/and with prosthesis)
    • Science theory/research/empiricism
    • Source research
    • Stochastics
    • Statistics
    • Sports history and culture
    • Ethology
    • Sociology of Sport/Sociology in General
    • Philosophy and Ethics
    • Meditation
    • Basic research and innovation
    • u.v.m.

    The career prospects of the various bachelor’s degrees are immensely diverse and multifaceted. The following occupational fields can be pursued after successful completion:

    • Trainer in professional sports
    • As an expert witness with a focus on reporting in the rehabilitation center
    • As an expert witness for courts or health insurance companies
    • As a sports and movement scientist in the field of movement analysis in professional sports
    • At the university as a professor and scientist in the field of research/teaching
    • In the field of body psychotherapy
    • In paraplegia and working physiomotorically with physically handicapped people
    • In children and youth sports (sports promotion)
    • In mass sports as a trainer and in sports and health promotion
    • In all areas of sports and health promotion
    • In all areas of sports and movement (referring to the physiological medical clarification)
    • In all sports and movement areas of the human body
    • u.v.m.

    Information about the Bachelor

    Tuition fees amount to CHF 13,300 for the entire Bachelor’s program, including enrollment fees. In addition, there are costs for the teaching materials, which vary depending on the subject, and travel to the oral and written final examination in your area.

    Students who have successfully completed their schooling are generally eligible for admission to our distance learning university. Depending on the course of study, additional prerequisites can be defined; this is evident in the detailed study information and during registration. In case of a missing degree, an equivalency procedure can be applied for. There will be a written exam after each module (semester). In order to enter the next higher module, the preceding examination must be successfully passed (propaedeutic).

    The length of study depends on the desired workload and the payment made. We will be happy to create a personal study plan for you.

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  • Good to know

    Avatar Mann
    Dekan of the faculty Sport and Movement Science
    Professor Frank Alexander Benjamin Moses Weibel