Sports Technology at KTH
The two-year master’s programme in sports technology provides an interdisciplinary background in sport science and engineering. This provides the best conditions for asking the right questions and finding the most exciting answers regarding measurement, simulation, and analysis of sport performance, health and medical care.
Technically, Sports Technology focuses on measurement, simulation, and motion and performance analysis. The programme also includes a block focusing on entrepreneurship, innovation and design. These blocks are complemented by a block of Sports Science, which is read at GIH. The programme consists of traditional engineering courses in electrical engineering, and mechanics to provide technical skills. A course in physiology to provide the medical/scientific breadth is included. The interdisciplinary nature of the programme ensures skills in cooperation and dialogue with different groups as well as the ability to handle social, economic and environmental issues.
Sports Technology involves choosing from an extensive selection of available courses followed by a degree project. Through project work, opportunities are offered to develop knowledge in formulating objectives and questions, seeking scientific literature and training presenting work both orally and in writing. These project works are often done in close collaboration with research and companies within the field.
Upon completion of the programme, the student should be able to influence and conduct improvement and development work in the field of sports technology. The labour market largely consists of small enterprises, specialised in specific products, and the expanding field also offers good possibilities to start one’s own business.
The education provides a good foundation for research studies in the field of technology and health.
This is a two year programme (120 ECTS credits) given in English. Graduates are awarded the degree of Master of Science. The programme is given at KTH Campus and KTH Flemingsberg in Stockholm by the School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health (at KTH).
Specific requirements for the master’s programme in Sports Technology
A bachelor’s degree, corresponding to at least 180 ECTS credits, in Engineering or corresponding degree, including courses in:
- Mathematics, corresponding to at least 20 ECTS credits
- Mechanics, corresponding to at least 12 ECTS credits.
- Computing, corresponding to at least 10 ECTS credits.
- Electronics, corresponding to at least 5 ECTS credits.
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