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Strength and Conditioning with Rehabilitation (BSc) - Anglia
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Strength and Conditioning with Rehabilitation (BSc) - Anglia

Anglia Ruskin University
Cambridge, Great Britain
On campus
 2572 Points
3 Years
Start date
Sep 2023

Program Description

This is an exciting and diverse course in Strength and Conditioning with Rehabilitation (BSc) where you'll discover that strength and conditioning is more than just gym work.

You'll help athletes to develop the speed, agility, endurance, and strength they need to compete at the highest levels. You'll consider correcting movement patterns to improve efficiency or avoid injury and adopt different coaching methods for the different performers you work with. At times, you’ll need to understand how to progress the rehabilitation of an injured client.

But there are options outside of professional sports too, with an emerging and urgent need for qualified fitness professionals to engage the community in physical activity. You’ll consider different populations in the community and how you could support their differing needs.

As mentioned, strength and conditioning professionals will work alongside rehabilitation specialists to provide a seamless transition for the client back into sports or being active in the community again.

• Tuition fees for students who have citizens' rights after Brexit: £9,250/year

Entry Requirements

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Year 1

Multidisciplinary Sport and Exercise Science 1

Introduction to Sport Coaching & Development

Multidisciplinary Sport and Exercise Science 2

Practical Delivery of Sport and Physical Education

Professional Development - Level 4

Optional module:
Gym Instructor

Year 2

Applied Research Skills

Physiological Profiling for Strength and Power

Functional Rehabilitation

Practical Competencies in Biomechanics

Strength and Conditioning

Applied Teaching and Coaching

Ruskin Module

Professional Development - Level 5

Optional modules:
Personal Trainer
Biomechanics: Analysis of Motion
Physiological Profiling for Endurance

Year 3

Talent Identification and Development in Sport

Rehabilitation for Performance

Exercise Medicine

Advanced Strength and Conditioning

Optional modules:
Undergraduate Research Project
Advanced Work Placement
Physiological Basis of Training
Current Topics in Biomechanics
Applied Biomechanics
Physiological Responses to Training


  • Work as a strength and conditioning coach, as the course is aligned to UK Strength and Conditioning Association standards.
  • Become a qualified member of The Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs) and work as a gym instructor or personal trainer.
  • Pursue roles in sport and physical activity, as the course is endorsed by the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA).
  • Choose to be self-employed or work for a team or organisation, with professional or recreational athletes, or with inactive or older people.

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