Course Information

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Set up according to policy
 
Length
3   Years  
CFU credits
180  
Type of course
FIRST LEVEL DEGREE  
Regulations
D.M. 270/2004  
Degree class
L-22 - Sports and Physical Education
Teaching locations
Cagliari - Università degli Studi 
Sito del Corso
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List of subjects per Curriculum
PERCORSO COMUNE - Ordinamento 2013


Requirements for access


Titles
 
One choice from the following:
1. - FOREIGN DEGREE
2. - TITLE OF SUPERIOR SCHOOL


Coordinatore
MARCO MONTICONE
marco.monticone@unica.it


Dates and deadlines


Leggi il Manifesto generale degli studi

Tuition fees


Leggi il Regolamento contribuzione studentesca

Tassa per la partecipazione ai test di ammissione ai Corsi di studio Euro 23,05
Studenti in corso - Contributo onnicomprensivo annuale da Euro 319,30 a Euro 3.001,45 in funzione dell'ISEE e dei CFU acquisiti
Studenti fuori corso - Contributo onnicomprensivo annuale da Euro 335,27 a Euro 4.602,75 in funzione dell'ISEE, dell'anno di fuori corso e dei CFU acquisiti
Imposta di bollo Euro 16
Tassa regionale ERSU per reddito complessivo familiare superiore a Euro 25.000 Euro 140
Sono previsti esoneri totali dal pagamento delle tasse o parziali (contributo calmierato e riduzioni), indicati nel Regolamento contribuzione studentesca che è opportuno consultare.

Outline, texts, goals...


Access to further study

Second Cycle Courses

Professional status

The job opportunities for graduates of "Motor Sciences" include physical and sports education in schools, in public and private facilities, in the field of sports, recreational and social associations and in that of citizens' health.
Physical and motor education: Educator/instructor.
• Physical and motor education for the child and adolescent.
• Prevention and motor education.
• Play-sport education
Sport for All: Event organiser and Sports instructor.
• In amateur Sport for Beginners centres.
• In Fitness centres, Gyms, Swimming pools, Holiday centres.
• In the area of maintaining wellbeing and health
•In Centres for adult motor activity (soft gymnastics)
•In Centres for seniors practising "soft gymnastics"
•In Centres for sport therapy for the treatment of persons with sedentary, diabetic, obese, minor heart problems requiring specific motor activity
•In Sports Associations for the Disabled.
Instructor or Coach in competitive sporting environment.
• Sports instructor or coach in various CONI federations
• Coach at Sports Clubs engaging in competitive sport

Title conferred

Laurea in Science of Motor Activities and Sports

Questionnaire and social

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