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Applied Sport Science, B.Sc.

Faculty of Applied Healthcare Sciences

Turn your Passion into your Profession!

The sports science studies at the Deggendorf University of Technology are suitable for all sports enthusiasts with a special interest in practice-oriented research, as well as fun and enjoyment of sports.
In addition to the biological basics of sport and exercise and exciting soft skills, comprehensive knowledge from many sub-areas of sports science and sports medicine is taught. The study programme focuses on the practical examination of tasks from science, prevention, rehabilitation, sports therapy and competitive sports.
After the bachelor's degree, a wide range of challenging activities in sports or in movement or health coaching await you.
The student city of Deggendorf, with over 7,000 students from 100 countries, is a city on the Danube river and the gateway to the Bavarian Forest, offering you great study and living conditions.

Your advantages at a glance:

  • Study-integrated internships in regional sports clubs in the 1st to 4th semester
  • Vocational orientation internships in the 5th and 6th semester
  • High proportion of sports practice (teaching of core, adventure and therapeutic sports)
  • In-depth module on high-performance and top-class sport
  • Sports science laboratories and training room
  • Cooperation in regional and national sports events
  • Numerous cooperation partners from sport and health
  • Cooperation and student exchange with the Swiss Sports University in Magglingen (EHSM)
  • Excellent job opportunities in sport and health

Fact Sheet Applied Sport Science

Degree: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)

Duration: 7 semesters (3.5 years)

Start: October (winter semester)

Location: Deggendorf

Course language: German

Admission requirements :

Prerequisites: Knowledge of basic biological subjects would be an advantage

Fees: No tuition fees, only €62 student services fee per semester


Career Prospects

Study aims:

  • The aquirement of comprehensive methodical, technical and practical skills in sports science that enable graduates to overcome challenges, to take on management functions in institutions, bodies and organisations of the health care system, sport and health economy in a well-founded and responsible manner,
  • The ability to critically review and expand one's own intervention spectrum on the basis of evidence-based knowledge, to understand it on a scientific basis and to use it in a differentiated manner
  • The aquirement of social and social-educative skills as well as cooperation skills that allow graduates to act confidently in a complex, multi-professional and intercultural environment, to act competently in compliance with the law.

Potential fields of professional work:

  • Sports organisations
  • Sports science activities at educational institutions, associations and clubs
  • Performance diagnostics in sport and fitness
  • Trainer activities (mass sports, health sports, competitive sports)
  • Activities in the field of sports and association management
  • Teaching activities in adult education
  • Counselling and health management
  • Preventive health management in companies and health insurance funds

Subject Overview

Overview of lectures and courses, SWS (Semesterwochenstunden = weekly hours/semester) and ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) in the Bachelor's degree Applied Sport Science.

Therapy and Health Sports

1. Semester SWS ECTS
Support and Movement Apparatus  2 2,5
Internal Organs, Vascular System     2 2,5
Basics of Training Theory 4 5
Basics of Physiology 2 2,5
Specific Physiology I 2 2,5
Biochemistry 2 2,5
Biophysics 2 2,5
Communication Interdisciplinary work 4 5
Sports Practice 4 5
2. Semester SWS ECTS
Neuroanatomy 2 2,5
Functional Anatomy and Arthrokinematics     4 5
Biomechanics 4 5
Neurophysiology 2 2,5
Evidence-based Work Medical Statistics     4 5
Sports Practice 4 5
3. Semester SWS ECTS
Methodology and Didactics of Training, History of Sport 2 2,5
Adaptation of the Organ System 4 5
Basics of Techniques and Tactics 2 2,5
Technical English 4 5
Sports Practice 8 5
Biocybernetics 4 5
4. Semester SWS ECTS
Therapy and Health Sports 4 5
Gender Issues in Sport, Children and Youth Sport     4 5
Sports Practice 8 5
Special Sports Practice, Competitive and Top-class Sport 8 10
5. Semester SWS ECTS
Sports Injuries, Sports Damages 4 5
Anti-doping, Ethics and Fairness in Sport 4 5
General Behavioural Psychology 2 2,5
Sports Psychology, Teamleading 2 2,5
Basics of Prevention and Health Promotion     4 5
Sports Practice 4 2,5
Applied Therapeutic Sports     4 2,5
6. Semester SWS ECTS
Sports and Competition Nutrition, Eating disorders in sports     4 5
Sports Equipment Technology 4 5
Evidence-based Work in Training Science 4 5
Therapy Sport 4 5
Test Methods 2 2,5
Sport-related Illnesses 2 2,5
7. Semester SWS ECTS
Health and Sports Managment 4 5
Stress Monitoring 1 2,5
Performance Diagnostics 3 2,5
Special Strength Training in Health Sports 4 5
Bachelor Thesis - 10