Course Description - Master of Sports Science/Coaching and Physical Fitness

  • 17081119: Fitness and Physical Activity [3 Credit Hours]

    The course covers the concept of fitness, its importance, elements and methods of measuring it, how to develop it, and how to develop fitness programs for ordinary people and athletes. The course seeks to develop physical attributes and abilities by practicing different types of physical activities that serve different gaming skills.

  • 17081104: Sports Management [3 Credit Hours]

    This course examines the nature of management and its concept, administrative levels in sports institutions, the concept of organization and its principles, factors affecting the organizational structure of institutions, the type of organizational structures, the concept of motivation, its importance, forms, characteristics and applications, decision-making process and factors affecting it, in addition to the concept of leadership, its patterns and factors affecting it.

  • 17081105: Technological Applications in the Sports Field [3 Credit Hours]

    The course introduces students to the concept of technology in sports and applications field in various sports and scientific fields, as well as the preparation of educational software computerized and employment in the field of sports training, in addition to teaching the use of technology in teaching physical education and preparation of technological aids, and follow-up to the emerging programs and applications can be employed in service sports movement and associated areas.

  • 17081117: Theories and Techniques of Sports Coaching [3 Credit Hours]

    This course addresses the knowledge, concepts, and scientific foundations related to sports Theories and Techniques of Sports coachingincluding the codification of training load in the training process, stress and fatigue in Theories and Techniques of Sports coaching, hospitalization and muscle adaptation, pulse as a physiological indicator of endurance, anaerobic threshold, dynamic lactic Theories and Techniques of Sports coaching, acid balance, in addition to Theories and Techniques of Sports coaching load, Theories and Techniques of Sports coaching planning. The course will also display illustrated samples of the best technologies used to enhancing and analyzing sporting achievements.

  • 17081120: Psychology of Coaching and Sports Competitions [3 Credit Hours]

    This course addresses the principles and skills of psychological preparation for players and the psychology of sports competitions. It also examines the role of the players psychological status on their success and failure. In addition, modern concepts such as ambition, positivity, consensual behavior and seriousness are also tackled.

  • 17081123: Sports Programs for Special Needs [3 Credit Hours]

    The course tackles designing sports programs for athletes with special cases, which include: disabled athletes, vegetarian athletes, women's sports, military sports, sports programs for young and old people, sports programs for those with chronic diseases such as diabetes and blood pressure, and sports programs for people who suffer from obesity.

  • 17081124: Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation [3 Credit Hours]

    The course aims to introduce students to the concept of sports injuries, the reasons and conditions in which they occur, their symptoms, and how to provide first aid treatment and rehabilitation to players post injury.

  • 17081103: Motor Learning and Performance (Motor Learning Theories) [3 Credit Hours]

    The course deals with introducing students to the concept of kinetic learning and the difference between teaching and learning, types of movements and mental processes in sports performance (attention / focus attention / perception / perception / thinking / creativity), the reaction and how kinetic response occurs, mathematical skill and factors affecting it and its conditions, classification and applications, Training scheduling its types and applications, feedback and its importance and applications in the mathematical field, motor control and theory of closed and open circuits, the dynamic program and its generalization, transmission of learning impact, brain dominance (learning between the two brain lobes), harmonic capabilities, methods of measuring learning, retention and its types, curves and learning plateau , The concept of processing information and memory.

  • 17081122: Nutrition and Sports Activity [3 Credit Hours]

    The course introduces the foundations of proper nutrition in order to control weight and physical composition. The course also examines the different nutritional programs suitable for physical activities and hospitalization.

  • 17081106: Research Seminar in Sports Sciences [3 Credit Hours]

    This course covers the basics of scientific research and its components and methods of documentation in the body of the study and in the list of references, and highlight the role of the student in the research and survey of scientific studies and research in the field of sports science and summarized, analyzed and presented and presented in a scientific manner according to specific criteria, in addition to preparing a plan search in the subject, identification designs on the master's letters and elements.

  • 17081101: Sports Research Design and Theirs Statistical Methods [3 Credit Hours]

    This course examines the concept of statistical design, its objectives, principles, and types of designs using parametric and non-parametric statistical tests: variance analysis designs, heterogeneity designs, correlative studies, multiple regression analysis and multiple variance analysis, dependent variables, and the Chi-square, and methods of analyzing it using the Statistical Packages for The Social Sciences (SPSS).

  • 17081118: Physiology of Physical Activity [3 Credit Hours]

    This course addresses the functional changes in the human bodythat relate to the effect of sharp exercise regimes that enhance sporting achievement and improve functional responses to exercise and adaptation. Moreover, the course tackles the vital functions of the body organs such as the cardiovascular and respiratory system ... and others.

  • 17081102: Tests and Measurements in the Sports Field [3 Credit Hours]

    This course examines the basic concepts of tests and metrics and their uses in scientific research in the sports field, the methods for codifying and developing them, methods of managing and implementing them, the devices used in them, how to design test batteries and building standards and levels for physical and motor capabilities and anthropometric, physiological and psychological characteristics.

  • 17081121: Biomechanics and Movement Analysis [3 Credit Hours]

    This course examines the kinematics and dynamics that determine the appropriate causes and results of movement and mathematical performance and its relationship to the laws of mechanics and their applications. The course also aims to acquaint the students with how physical and motor skillsare examined in a laboratory setting.