Università degli Studi di Perugia

Degree course in Exercise and sport science

Course Name
EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCE
Course Code
L101
Class (Ministerial code)
L-22
Website
http://www.smotorie.unipg.it/
Field(s) of study
ISCED Area 09 – Health and welfare
Qualification award
Bachelor Degree
Level of qualification according to the NQF and the EQF
EHEA First cycle; EQF Level 6
Length of programme / number of credits
3 anni / 180 crediti formativi universitari
Language of Teaching
Italian
Mode of study
In-class
Didactic centre
Via Giuseppe Bambagioni n. 4 Perugia
Programme director
Prof. Andrea Biscarini
Access to the course
Open access with assessment of personal competencies
Specific admission requirements
Formal Requirements Certificate of completion of Italian upper secondary school or equivalent foreign qualification.
Evaluation of specific subject knowledge on entry
Verification of the knowledge required for the attendance of the course of study through a compulsory evaluation test of indicative and non-selective nature; if the test is not passed, the student will be given additional educational obligations and will be granted with: • alignment courses, • tutoring, • online alignment courses, • study of additional texts indicated by the course of study. For planned access courses, the admission test is also valid as a test of initial knowledge and additional educational obligations acquisition.
Profile of the programme
The Degree Course allows you to acquire knowledge relating to the main areas of motor and sports education: - teaching and activities in the area of ¿¿motor and sports disciplines; - courses related to the biomedical area; - courses related to the legal and statistical area; - courses related to the psycho-pedagogical-social area. Motor and Sports Science graduates will be able to collect and interpret data relating to the various fields of interdisciplinary knowledge that characterize the motor sciences. In particular, the graduate must show independent judgment regarding the usefulness and specific methods of carrying out motor and sports activity programs, considering the risks and benefits of this for individual subjects.
Programme learning outcomes
Knowledge and understanding: Graduates must demonstrate knowledge of structural and functional aspects of human body systems and the characteristics of different physical activities and their effects on the body. They will be able to plan and manage physical activities for individuals and groups of people of different ages using sports equipment. Making judgements: Graduates are able to evaluate the appropriateness of an activity program and training according to age and physical condition, assessing the adequacy of the equipment used and the severity of any injuries. Communication skills: Graduates will be able to use correct and appropriate language in order to motivate athletes in exercise and physical activity. Learning skills: Graduates will learn that acquiring knowledge is a useful tool to improve professionalism.
Qualification requirements and regulations
Admission to the final test for the achievement of the qualification will require that the student has acquired all the credits foreseen in the study plan for training activities other than the final test. The final test for the achievement of the qualification is public and consists of the presentation of a thesis work to a special commission. The final exam consists in the discussion of a written dissertation concerning a topic, chosen by the student, relevant to the qualifying or specific objectives and coordinated by a responsible teacher. A commission composed of seven to eleven teachers is appointed to evaluate the discussion of the written dissertation presented by the student; the Professor in charge of the final exam takes on the role of Supervisor and is an effective member of the Commission.
Examination regulations and grading scale
Assessment is normally an oral or written exam; in some cases there are intermediate exams during the course; other evaluation elements (seminars, reports, etc.) can be foreseen in specific course units and are described in the Course Unit Profiles. The grades for subject exams are measured in thirtieths (0-30 scale), the minimum grade is 18/30 and the maximum grade is 30/30. The maximum grade can be enhanced with “cum laude” (30 cum laude), in case of excellence. Grades are given by an exam commission of at least two teachers, whose President is the chair of the subject. The main exam sessions are held in January/February, March/April, June/July, September/October. Students may retake exams, if not passed. The University provides an ECTS Grading Table, which shows the actual distribution of the examination and final grades among students for each degree programme. The final degree evaluation is expressed in one hundred and tenths (0-110 scale), the minimum grade is 66/110 and the maximum grade is 110/110. The calculation of the final grade of each candidate takes into account the average of the grades obtained in the subject exams, as well as the quality of the work performed in research or in the final thesis which is discussed in public before an exam commission. “Cum laude” (110 cum laude) may be added to the maximum grade if the exam commission decides unanimously.
Obligatory or optional mobility windows
The mobility windows for outgoing students are those provided in the relative calls.
Work-based learning
The course of study proposes the stipulation of agreements with sports federations, CONI, or public institutions specialized in motor and sports activities or private institutes with recognized experience in the same field, in order to organize training activities aimed at acquiring useful skills for the insertion of the student in the world of work, as well as training activities aimed at facilitating subsequent professional choices
Occupational profiles of graduates
The motor and sports professional will be able to serve as a freelancer or employee in: • Sports club at all levels; • Sports organizations and recreational and social associations; • Gyms; • Fitness centers, spas, tourist facilities; • Swimming pools; • Bodies and structures that deal with the promotion of sport; • Companies producing and distributing products and services related to the world of sport and physical activity.
UnitLanguageAnnoPeriodCFU
INTERNSHIP
In all curricula
Italian1II6
APPLIED BIOLOGY AND GENERAL AND METABOLIC BIOCHEMISTRY
In all curricula
Italian1whole year11
APPLIED PHYSICS AND BIOMECHANICAL ELEMENTS
In all curricula
Italian1I5
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
In all curricula
Italian1II2
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
In all curricula
Italian1II3
FREE STUDENT ACTIVITY OF THE STUDENT
In all curricula
Italian1whole year4
GENERAL AND SOCIAL PEDAGOGY
In all curricula
Italian1II5
HUMAN ANATOMY
In all curricula
Italian1I7
METHODS AND DIDACTICS OF SWIMMING SPORTS
In all curricula
Italian1I5
THEORY AND METHODOLOGY OF THE HUMAN MOVEMENT
In all curricula
Italian1II10
DIDACTICS AND SPECIAL PEDAGOGY
In all curricula
Italian2I5
ELECTIVE ACTIVITIES - II YEAR
In all curricula
Italian2whole year4
GENERAL AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
In all curricula
Italian2II5
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
In all curricula
Italian2whole year10
INTERNSHIP
In all curricula
Italian2whole year12
METHODS AND TEACHING OF HUMAN MOVEMENT FOR AGE 'OF DEVELOPMENT
In all curricula
Italian2I5
STATISTICS
In all curricula
Italian2I4
TEACHING METHODS AND TEAM SPORTS
In all curricula
Italian2whole year15
THEORY AND METHODOLOGY OF HUMAN MOVEMENT
In all curricula
Italian2I0
ELECTIVE ACTIVITIES - III ANNO
In all curricula
Italian3whole year4
GENERAL HYGIENE
In all curricula
Italian3II5
GENERAL PATHOLOGY
In all curricula
Italian3I5
INSTITUTIONS OF SPORTS LAW
In all curricula
Italian3I4
INTERNAL MEDICINE
In all curricula
Italian3II5
INTERNSHIP
In all curricula
Italian3whole year7
METHODS OF TEACHING AND INDIVIDUAL SPORTS
In all curricula
Italian3whole year14
MOTOR DISEASES
In all curricula
Italian3II5
TRAINING METHODOLOGY
In all curricula
Italian3I7
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