Sports (B.A.) (two subjects)
Programme name: Sports
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) (two subjects)
Standard period of study: 6 semesters
Start: Each winter semester
Admission to the summer semester 2018:
- 1st subject semester: start of studies in the winter semester only
- 2nd to 6th subject semester: open admission (enrolment without previous application)
- International applicants (non-EU): start of studies in the winter semester only (application to International Student Office)
Note: Sports ability test required
The polyvalent Bachelor of Arts aims to give students the skills they need in order to conduct independent scientific work. They will acquire extensive knowledge, skills and abilities as learn the historical correlations, as well as examine and practically apply methods and theories of Sports Science. The programme is divided into basic, optional compulsory and optional modules. An example of a standard course of study can be found on the site of the Faculty of Social Sciences.
The subject foci in Göttingen include, among others, Child, Youth, and School Sports, Sports in Prevention and Rehabilitation, Contemporary History of Sports in its Economic Correlations.
One requirement for successfully studying in this programme is good knowledge of sports motorics and human biology and good knowledge of the English language. Applicants whose knowledge is poor in these fields are suggested to improve their knowledge in these areas before beginning with the Bachelor’s programme.
Graduates of the B.A. programme with the polyvalent profile will, depending upon their selected second subject, find occupational opportunities foremost in the field of business, in sports clubs and associations, with the mass media as well as with health institutions.
Sports ability test
Applicants for the subject Sports (first semester students, students changing from a different subject or another university, lateral entrants) must verify their abilities before beginning the programme. Additional information can be found under the link „Sports ability test“.