Sport and Exercise Sciences as part of Natural Sciences

The following lists the module code and the title of modules taken by Natural Sciences students in recent years by the level of each module - clicking on the link will take you to further details listed in the Faculty Handbook. There may be additional choices available, see the link on the right column to 'All Univ modules' for more details of modules within

The last digit of the module code indicates whether the module is single, double or triple. The level indicates the year in which modules are normally taken, but it is often the case that students take modules from the adjacent level beneath the year of study. Visit the Subjects page for the general overarching rules and structure.

Sport and Exercise Sciences is a Group 3 subject which does not contribute to a Joint Honours degree within Natural Sciences and is also not from a Department within the Faculty of Sciences. For students entering on or before October 2015 wishes to take a module from the list below they must take a minimum of 40 credits in any given year. Like any subject which is not part of a Joint-Honours route, Sport and Exercise Sciences is not guaranteed to work with your choice(s) of Group 1 science subject(s) but that does not stop you from pursuing Sport and Exercise Sciences, subject to the usual restrictions of Natural Sciences.

In BSc students' final year, they are required to take no less than 20 credits and no more than 60 credits of Capstone Modules. These modules are denoted with G

Sport and Exercise Sciences modules available or taken by Natural Sciences students in recent year

Level 1 modules

Introduction To Sport And Exercise Psychology (SPRT1261)
Introduction To Sociology Of Sport (SPRT1271)
Introduction To Anatomy And Exercise Physiology (SPRT1281)
Introduction To Physical Activity, Diet And Health (SPRT1311)
Introduction To Sport And Exercise Industries (SPRT1331)

Level 2 modules

Sports Development (SPRT2231)
Advanced Sport And Exercise Physiology (SPRT2251)
Advanced Sport And Exercise Psychology (SPRT2271)
Sport, Health And The Environment (SPRT2441)
Nutrition For Sport And Health (SPRT2451)
Advanced Sociology Of Sport (SPRT2461)

Level 3 modules

Applied Exercise Physiology In Sport And Health (SPRT3151)
Dissertation (By concession)G (SPRT3172)
Applied Sport And Exercise Psychology (SPRT3191)
Applied Sociology Of Sport (SPRT3231)
Futures In Sport, Exercise And Health (By concession) (SPRT3241)
Physical Activity, Sport And Inequalities (SPRT3251)

Further advice

A full list of Sport and Exercise Sciences modules can be found in the Faculty Handbook

For more information about the Natural Sciences degree programme, please contact:

Prof James Blowey
Deputy Head of Faculty
Faculty of Science Office
Level 3 Chemistry Building
Durham University

Email: Natural Sciences Director

WWW: Natural Sciences home page

The Natural Sciences web pages are maintained by James Blowey