The general aim of the bachelor in Physical Training (BSc) is to train students to become coaches. Trainers who gain well-established theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to be able to plan and implement training sessions for junior players, youth, and adult athletes, too. Coaches who become responsible to select athletes, improve and guide their personalities and enhance their performance.
The curriculum for a bachelor in Physical Training (BSc) is organized into five modules: team and individual sports, medical aspects of the sport, social aspects of the sport, sports sciences, and professional practice. Each module has approximately 5-10 subjects. Students participate in internships every semester. During the first three semesters as a visitor then later they are asked to conduct and lead workouts alongside the teachers. The subjects are presented in lectures, seminars, practices, and laboratory work, too.