Sustainable Exercise for Health Promotion - Theory and Practice
The main content of the course is to understand physical activity and exercise as an important part of human health and well-being from a life-long perspective. Physical activity and exercise are further covered from an exercise physiology and test methodology perspective dealing with different aspects of age (children, adults, elderly), training status (inactiveactive), and environments (social, natural, built). In the course the students will learn relevant exercise physiology test methods, and write a project plan as a basis for their upcoming master’s thesis within the scientific disciple of Exercise biomedicine where scientific, sustainability, equality and ethical perspectives are considered
Bachelor's degree within the main field of study in biomedicine, physiotherapy, sports science or equivalent, of which 15 credits anatomy and physiology, 7.5 credits exercise training and 15 credits scientific degree project. English 6.
Available for exchange students. Limited numbers of seats.
Language of instruction:
Teaching is in English.