The PhD programme follows a structure of individual supervised research, where candidature are required to submit a thesis at the end of their candidature. Upon successful defense of the thesis, the candidate will be awarded the PhD status. All research proposals must be approved and supervised by the Faculty.
Minimum Duration of Study : 4 semesters
Maximum Duration of Study : 12 semesters
The Programme learning outcomes are as follows : -
- Display in depth knowledge on issues and problems related to Sport Science.
- Application of practical skill in problem solving related to Sport Science.
- Relate ideas on community issues in Sport Science researches.
- Conduct research and practice ethical values and professionalism in Sport Science researches.
- Display leadership quality through communication and ability to work together effectively with peers and stakeholders.
- Produce well researched papers or thesis using scientific knowledge and critical thinking when conducting research in Sport Science.
- Information management for lifelong learning.
- Science : Exercise Physiology, Biomechanics, Nutrition, Motor Control, Neuroscience, Coaching, Training, Psychology, Physical Activity, Rehabilitation, Nutrition, Medical and Health Sciences.
- Non-Science : Sports Management, History, Culture, Psychology, Education, Performance, Perception, Community Research, Sport Law, Sport Financial Management, Sport Facilities Management, Sport Sociology.