First year: basic module (health studies, expertise studies, communication, cooperation and leadership in groups, writing and presenting skills), lecture module (sport institutions and participation, basics in sports medicine, neuromotor learning and control, biological psychology, motor development over the lifespan), research design and statistics (methods and data acquisition, SPSS tutorial), neuromotor control and modelling, gender and diversity, professional acting in elite sports, internship in sport and exercise organisations
Second year: research design and statistics, neuromotor control and modelling, gender and diversity, sport psychology, neurocognition and performance, data acquisition and analysis, professional acting in health sports, research project
Third year: professional acting in health sports, scientific internship, supervision and coaching, final module (Bachelor's thesis and defence)
The contents are organised in lectures, seminars, tutorials, practical courses and internships.
Written and oral exams, poster presentation, essays
An internship in sport and exercise organisations requires 90 hours of attendance and has to be completed during one semester. A scientific internship has to be finished in one semester, preferably during semester five.