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Bachelor of Sport Coaching

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The Bachelor of Sport Coaching (BSpC) is the only specialist sport coaching degree in Aotearoa. With flexible learning and internships, this qualification caters for a wide variety of students.

Key details

Degree Type
Bachelor
Duration
3 years full-time
Course Code
BSpC
Domestic Fees
$6,281 per year / $18,843 total
International Fees
$28,000 per year / $84,000 total

About this course

The Bachelor of Sport Coaching (BSpC) is the only specialist sport coaching degree in Aotearoa. With flexible learning and internships, this qualification caters for a wide variety of students.

UC students gain key skills employers are looking for, not just in sport and related fields, but in everything from communications to corporate management. BSpC students learn skills such as leadership, accountability, communication, teamwork, motivation, and psychology.

This degree also provides a recognised pathway for entry to teaching qualifications, in particular physical education and health teaching at secondary level. There is the ability to include additional teaching subjects (eg, maths or science) through the optional course spaces in the degree.

Entry requirements

Admission to UC with University Entrance (or equivalent) is required to enrol.

If English is your additional language, you are also required to meet UC's English language requirements.

The BSpC has intakes in both February and July each year. For information on the enrolment process, please see how to apply for undergraduate qualifications.

As some of the courses within this programme involve working with children, a police check and interview will be completed at the beginning of these courses - you will be sent information on how to complete these at the appropriate time.

Study locations

Main Campus

Career pathways

You can enjoy a varied career in professional and community sporting organisations and management roles both within and beyond sport.

Past students have interned at the Canterbury Rugby Union, High Performance Sport New Zealand, and Sport Canterbury.

Recent graduates have become strength and conditioning coaches, community sports coordinators and advisors, performance analysts, sport scientists, as well as teachers, police officers, project planners, and managers.

Find out more about what you can do with a degree from UC.