GMIT Prospectus 2022/23

GMIT Science and Health

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Sport and Exercise Science (Level 8)

Code: GA790 Level: 8

Year 3: • Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology • Sport and Exercise Pedagogies • Sport and Exercise Biomechanics • Advanced Laboratory Techniques for Sport and Exercise Science • Sport and Exercise Prescription and Training • Applied Sport and Exercise Nutrition Year 4: • Sports Management • Contemporary Issues in Sport and Exercise Science • Applied Sport and Exercise Physiology • Current Research in Sport, Exercise and Nutrition • Research Project in Sport and Exercise Science • Professional Skills Sport and Exercise Science (Placement)

What to expect

Student experience

Katie Hall (Final Year Student) I would really recommend this course to anyone who has a keen interest in sports and science. Although it requires hard work in first year adjusting to new subjects and a jam- packed timetable, it’s worth it. The lecturers are extremely friendly and are approachable if you have any queries or questions. The course has a mixture of formal lectures and practical laboratory sessions. The course

size is small which gives you the opportunity to really get to know your classmates. My favourite aspect of this course so far has been our weekly visits to Loughgeorge to do our Sports and Exercise lab. Loughgeorge is the centre for the Galway Footballers and is a state-of-the-art training centre. One of my most recent highlights has been an internship as a Strength and Conditioning coach for GMIT’s new Falcon Athletic Development Program. Here I was able to gain hands on experience with athletes and was able to apply the knowledge that I had gained from my course and apply it to this real-life setting. Heading into my final year I am looking forward to completing my work placement where I can gain valuable industry experience that will help me in my future career in the Sports Industry.

School of Science and Computing

DURATION 4 years



Talk to us: Dr Robert Mooney, Course Chair | Tel: +353 91 742893 | E-mail: Talk to us: Dr Lisa Ryan, Head of Department of Sport, Exercise &Nutrition | Tel: +353 91 742556 | E-mail:


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