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Bachelor's Degree in Sport and Physical Education (STAPS)

Sciences, Technologies, Santé

Academic year : 2017 / 2018

last update 04/12/2012

    Course objectives and characteristics

    The STAPS degree splits into three distinct specialist options, from the 4th semester onwards (2nd semester of the second year - L2). These options prepare students for immediate entry into the professional environment, taking up mid-level positions in the sporting and/or care professions.

    • The "Education and Mobility" specialist option prepares students for careers in the coaching of physical, sporting, creative and leisure activities in educational institutions of all kinds, and for all target audiences.
    • The "Sports Coaching" specialist option prepares students for careers as physical trainers and coaches, working autonomously or with senior coaches to address the training requirements of athletes of all levels, improving performance and boosting personal development. Graduates from this option can pursue careers in the sports departments of local authorities.
    • The "Specialist Physical Training and Healthcare" option aims to train professionals (specialist physical trainers, physical therapy coaches) specialising in physical training and therapy for people with disabilities, illnesses and mobility issues, and for the elderly.

    These three specialist options are recognised by the National Register of Professional Certifications, and graduates receive a professional licence.

     

    Course structure

    The degree is spread over three years, or over six academic semesters.

    Each academic year is broken down into two teaching semesters, both followed by examinations. Lectures, Tutorials (also known as TD) and Practical Seminars (or TP) are grouped into Teaching Units (TU). Some subjects are compulsory, others are chosen from a range of options. These optional papers offer students the chance to study topics of interest from the course in greater detail and/or to discover topics from other disciplines and to explore inter-disciplinary approaches.
    The first year of the degree (L1) enables students to acquire the basics, the second year (L2) explores these themes in more detail and in the 4th semester students select the specialist option which they will follow throughout their final year (L3).

     

     

     

    Voir les parcours L3

    Accompagnement pédagogique

    Students receive academic support in various forms throughout their studies :

    • An integration course before the start of the first year
    • Access to online services (academic portal, course resources, personal online progress monitoring),
    • A designated supervising tutor,
    • Regular assessments to establish a personalised support programme which may include additional tutoring in key subjects,
    • Help identifying potential career paths and professional opportunities, with the Personal Professional Plan (PPP),
    • Support for students changing courses, with advice and guidance from the PIOLE centre (Information and Orientation for Pupils and Students),
    • Independent language and IT qualifications integrated into the degree course (CLES, C2I).

     

     

     

    Professional Prospects and Further Study

     These courses can lead directly to employment after the Bachelor's degree (bac +3), or further studies up to Master's level (bac +5) and beyond.

     

    Terms of admission

    In L1, the student must have at least one of the following:

    • A Baccalaureate diploma,
    • A Diploma of Access to Higher Education (DAEU),
    • A qualification issued by a French or foreign institution which is equivalent to the Baccalaureate, as defined by the national regulations,
    • One of the validation certifications established by articles L.613-3, L.613-4 and L.613-5 of the Educational Code, recognising the applicant’s past studies, professional experience or personal strengths with a view to embarking on a course of higher education.

     NB: Students will be expected to demonstrate a certain sporting aptitude.

    For admission to the second year (L2), students must have :

    • 60 academic credits (ECTS) from the first year of this course,
    • or, 60 academic credits (ECTS) from the first year of another course and the formal agreement of the course director.

     

     

     

     

    Practical Information

    • Team :

      L1 Director :

      • Christophe Peuportier

      L2 Director :

      • Christian Kapfer

       

       

       

      Registrar's office

      Semester 1

      • Lect: Lectures
      • Tut Tutorials

      Teaching Units

      Component elements

      Lect

      Tut

      TU 11 Core Modules

      Written expression 1

       

      15

      English

       

      15

      TU12 Further Modules

      Optional

       

       

      APSA 4

       

      18

      TU 13: Life Sciences - Theory

      Biomechanics 1

      15

      15

      Sciences

      15

      15

      TU 14: Humanities

      General Psychology 1

      15

       

      History

      15

      15

      TU 15: APSA

      APSA 1

       

      30

      APSA 2

       

      30

      APSA 3

       

      30

       

       

       

       

      Semester 2

      Teaching Units

      Component elements

      Lect

      Tut

      TU 21 Core Modules

      English

       

      15

      Written expression 2

       

      15

      C2I

       

      15

      TU22 Further Modules

      APSA 8

       

      18

       

      Personal and professional project

       

      18

      TU 23: Life Sciences

      Physiology 1

      15

       

      Anatomy

      15

       

      TU 24: Humanities

      Child Psychology (2)

       

      15

      Sociology

      15

      15

      TU 25: APSA

      APSA 5

       

      30

      APSA 6

       

      30

      APSA 7

       

      30

       

      Semester 3

      Teaching Units

      Component elements

      Lect

      Tut

      TU 31 Core Modules

      English

       

      15

      Statistics

       

      15

      Written expression 3

       

      15

      ICT and computing

       

      15

      TU 32 Further Modules

      Work placement in a club

       

      20

      APSA 12

       

      18

      TU 33: Theoretical Subjects:

      Physiology 2

      15

       

      History

      15

      15

      Anatomy 2

      15

       

      TU 34: The institutional context

      EPS Programme

      15

       

      General Sociology

      15

       

      Legislation

      10

       

      TU 35: APSA

      APSA 9

       

      30

      APSA 10

       

      30

      APSA 11

       

      30

       

       

       

      Semester 4

      Semester 4 for the Education & Mobility option :

      Teaching Units

      Component elements

      Lect

      Tut

      TU 41A Core Modules

      Professional project

       

      45

      TU 42A Further Modules

      APSA 16

       

      18

      TU43A Theoretical Subjects:

      Physiology 3

      15

       

      Biomechanics 2

      15

      9

      Psychology 3

      15

       

      TU 44A: APSA

      APSA 13

       

      30

      APSA 14

       

      30

      APSA 15

       

      30

      TU 45A: Education & Mobility

      Educational Sciences

      15

      15

      Psychology 4

       

      15

      Written expression 4

       

      15

      Semester Total

      Education & Mobility option

      60

      207

      Semester 4 for the Sports Coaching option :

      Teaching Units

      Component elements

      Lect

      Tut

      TU 41 Core Modules

      Professional project

       

      45

      TU 42B Further Modules

      APSA 16

       

      18

      TU 43B: Theoretical Subjects:

      Physiology 3

      15

       

      Biomechanics 2

      15

      9

      Psychology 3

      15

       

      TU 44B: APSA

      APSA 13

       

      30

      APSA 14

       

      30

      APSA 15

       

      30

      TU 45B: Sports Coaching

      Physiology 4

      15

      15

      Training methods 1

       

      15

      Applied English

       

      15

      Semester Total

      Sports Coaching option

      60

      207

      Semester 4 for the Specialist Physical Training and Healthcare option :

      Teaching Units

      Component elements

      Lect

      Tut

      TU 41C: Core Subjects

      Professional project

       

      45

      TU 42C: Further Modules

      APSA 16

       

      18

      TU 43C: Theoretical Subjects:

      Physiology 3

      15

       

      Biomechanics 2

      15

      9

      Psychology

      15

       

      TU 44C: APSA

      APSA 13

       

      30

      APSA 14

       

      30

      APSA 15

       

      30

      TU 45C: Physical Training and Healthcare

      Physiology 4

      15

      15

      Working with disabilities

       

      15

      Applied English

       

      15

      Semester Total

      Physical Training and Healthcare option

       

      60

      207

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Objet du réglement du contrôle des connaissances

      Bachelor’s degree = 180 validated ECTS* credits.
      Teaching Units are assessed by written and oral examinations.
      The programme of assessments which leads to the awarding of a Bachelor’s degree includes examinations for each semester of the course, comprising :

      • A system of continuous assessment (which may be based on marks awarded for coursework) for the subjects taught in tutorials and/or seminars;
      • A final examination;
      • A combination of both methods.

      Nonetheless, the continuous assessment method is prioritised as much as possible.
      Two distinct examination sessions are organised over the course of the academic year.
      The first examination sessions take place shortly after each semester, with the second (re-sits) held in September.

       

       

       


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