Degree programme objectives

Applied Sports Education of Security Bodies is a follow-up Master’s study with an initiative to prepare qualified, university-educated specialists in the field of personal security and special physical training and applied sports education at security bodies. The study mainly focuses on the professional self-defence.

Study plans

Studies

  • Objectives

    Applied Sports Education of Security Bodies is a follow-up Master’s study with an initiative to prepare qualified, university-educated specialists in the field of personal security and special physical training and applied sports education at security bodies. The study mainly focuses on the professional self-defence.

  • Learning Outcomes

    After successfully completing his/her studies the graduate is able to:

    • explain the theory of sports activities in security bodies, can demonstrate, analyse and evaluate individual sports skills, create a training plan and lead the training;
    • apply attained knowledge from the field of special didactics (supplemented by a specific part of adult education) to gain the competence of the instructor;
    • naturally (without thinking) apply practical skills in model self-defence situations, to combine partial movements, to change the move structure so as to solve the given motion problem;
    • accept the moral outcomes of self-defence, respect valid legal norms, and clearly distinguish between social and personal needs;
    • apply knowledge of the methodology of kinanthropological research in a research project, analyse the acquired data, summarize them and draw general conclusions.
  • Occupational Profiles of Graduates

    Graduates will be employed as university-educated specialists in the field of continuing education management and special physical training in security bodies. Moreover, they may find employment as instructors. The Labour Market will offer graduates a wide range of applications in public and state administration, security companies, security companies, judicial guard, correctional institutions, airports and railways protection, but also in the Police of the Czech Republic, municipal police, and other security bodies.

  • Practical Training

    A mandatory part of the study program is a total of 150/6 ECTS divided into two units. The scope of practice includes sitting in on classes, practice preparation, practice management, and practice analysis by a guarantor of the professional practice. “Practice I” focuses on conducting a training process in institutions involved in the organization of courses: personal self-defence and self-defence of specific groups. “Practice II” is focused on preparing and conducting professional self-defence training.

  • Goals of Theses

    Instructions for choosing a topic and writing a Bachelor’s/Master’s thesis are modified by FSpS guidelines. Guidelines and instructions for the state exam are for students available on the Faculty’s websites http://www.fsps.muni.cz/studenti/bc-nmgr-studium/statni-zaverecne-zkousky-931.html

  • Access to Further Studies

    After fulfilling the conditions of admission, a graduate of a Master’s degree program may continue in any follow-up doctoral study. The Faculty of Sports Studies at MU offers to study Kinanthropology.

Basic information

Abbreviation
N-ASEBS
Type
Master's degree programme (following the Bachelor's one)
Profile
academic
Degree
Mgr.
Degree in Advanced Master's state examination
PhDr.
Length of studies
2 years
Language of instruction
Czech Czech

51
number of active students
11
number of theses/dissertations

Faculty of Sports Studies
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