If you are interested in the mental aspects of sport and exercise and sporting performance, you should enjoy this Sport and Exercise Psychology degree. It is designed to provide a scientific understanding of the human mind, brain, behaviour, and experience, and of the complex interactions between these, as applied to competitive and recreational sport and exercise. The Sport and Exercise Psychology degree also provides an understanding of the physiology of exercise and an appreciation of how the mind and the body interact to influence human performance. All students study 120 credits in each year of their degree. In addition to modules in the subject specific areas of Physiology, Psychology, Biomechanics, and Motor Control and Learning relating to each degree, there are three components common to all programmes: Academic Skills, Advanced Employability and Research Skills, Project and Dissertation. Bangor is the ideal choice for those wishing to study Sport and Exercise Psychology. Our degrees are accredited by the British Psychological Society and staff have been at the forefront of the discipline since the early days of its development in the UK. The School currently has the largest concentration of leading Sports Psychologists in Britain.