Concentration: Sports Training Theory & Application
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|ID||Courses 5th Semester||ID||Courses 6th Semester|
|N311||Sports Biomechanics||N313||Sports Physiology|
|N312||Teaching & Learning of Sport Skills||N314||Exercise Biochemistry|
|ID||Courses 7th Semester||ID||Courses 8th Semester|
|N315||New Technologies in Sports||N317||Nutrition & Sport Performance|
|N316||Principles of Planning &
|3.||Basketball||4.||Track and Field Athletics|
|9.||Rhythmic Gymnastics||10.||Tae Kwon Do|
The Concentration Courses require the presence of the students.
ABSENCE: For those courses where attendance is compulsory, students are allowed to miss 30% of the total number of lectures taught in every semester (General Assembly Decision 382/25-5- 2009).
Each Specialization lies within a particular Concentration. In parallel with the Specialization courses there are compulsory Concentration courses as well.
Students who are being accepted as distinguished athletes are obliged to follow the respective Specialization (as far as this kind of Specialization is included in the Department’s Program of Study.