The bachelor’s degree proposed by the Department of Sports Sciences and Physical Education at INU Champollion allows for an increasingly-focused training leading to three specialisations. The first year of the bachelor degree is a common curriculum. The teaching units specific to each specialisation (adapted physical activities and health, sports management, and education and motricity) are present as early as year 2, their number increasing in year 3.
Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Sciences and Physical Education : Sports Management seeks to prepare students for the design, planning, and supervision of activity programs and sporting events; the organisation of sports and leisure activities tailored to the participants and the environment, the management of sports establishments, sports equipment, and the marketing of sporting goods or services.
Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Sciences and Physical Education : Adapted Physical Activities and Health seeks to prepare students for the design, implementation, and evaluation of prevention, rehabilitation, and/or integration through physical activity programs in order that they may be employed in public or private institutions specialising in disability and gerontology.
Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Sciences and Physical Education : Education and Motricity seeks to prepare students to design, lead, facilitate, and evaluate collective actions aimed at using the practice of physical, sports, and cultural activities for educational purposes while ensuring the safety of practitioners and third parties.