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DEUST in The Organisation and Management of Physical, Sports and Cultural Activities

Sciences, Technologies, Santé

Academic year : 2017 / 2018

last update 28/11/2012

    Course objectives and characteristics

    This course allows students who are committed to sport to obtain a professionally recognised diploma and work in sports and physical education.  The course structure is based around theoretical knowledge and practical experience in professional situations.

     

     

    Course structure

    The DEUST course lasts two years, or four academic semesters.

    Each year is broken down into two teaching semesters, each followed by examinations.  Lessons, Lectures (also known as CM), Seminars (TD) and Tutorials (TP) are grouped into Teaching Units (TU).  All are compulsory and are part of a professionalising process with validation from internships and fieldwork within the disciplines of the course.

     

     

    Organisation

    • Formation initiale
    • Formation continue

    Accompagnement pédagogique

    Students receive academic support in various forms throughout their studies :

     

    • An introductory course before the start of their DEUST course
    • Access to online services (academic portal, course resources, personal online progress monitoring),
    • A designated supervising tutor,
    • Regular testing in order to know if any personalised academic support is necessary which may lead to support hours in particular disciplines
    • Assistance in identifying potential sectors of employment through the  Personal Professional Plan (PPP),
    • Assistance in reorientation provided by the teaching staff, the Department of Information and Orientation of High School Students and Undergraduates (PIOLE),
    • The chance to pursue further studies (Professional degree)
    • Certificates in languages and information technology as part of your degree (CLES, C21) and BP APT “Brevet Professionnel des Activités Physiques pour Tous” (Professional Certificate in Physical Activity for the Public) awarded by the Minister of Health and Sports.

     

     

    Internship

    Students must complete a minimum of three internships to validate their course

     

    Employment opportunities

    Fields of employment and professions aimed for, after the second year of the DEUST :

    • Careers in education in local government
    • Careers in education in associations and clubs
    • Careers in education in the private sector
    • Preparation for competitive exams for careers in local government

     

     

    Terms of admission

    To be admitted to the first year (L1) the candidate must have at least one of the following :

    • A Baccalaureate diploma
    • An Access to Higher Education certificate (Diplôme d’Accès aux Etudes Universitaires, DAEU)
    • A diploma from France or recognised overseas equivalent which is certified equivalent to the Baccalaureate, in accordance with national regulations
    • One of the validation certificates established by articles L.613-3, L.613-4 et 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 : It is expected that the candidate be able to demonstrate evidence of dedicated sports practice or coaching.

     

    For admission to the second year :

    Entry to the following semester is automatic for all students who have passed the previous semester, or who have not failed to pass more than one single semester.

     

     

    Practical Information

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      1ère année Semestre 1

      CM: Lectures / TD: Seminars

      Teaching units

      Components

      CM

      TD

            TU 1.1 Fundamental modules

      Physiology 1

      18

       

      Anatomy

       18

       

      Educational methods

       18

       

      TU 1.2 Expression and communication

       

       

       

      Written expression

       

      18

      Office skills

       

      18

      English 1

       

      18

      TU 1.3A Management of sports organisations

       

       

       

      Accounting 1

       

      18

      Institutional context

       

      18

      Introduction to sports marketing

       

      18

      TU 1.4 Organisation of physical activities

       

       

       

      Theory of APSA (Physical Activities and Creative Sports)

       

      18

      APSA 1 CO

       

      36

      APSA 2 Fitness

       

      18

      TU 55A Optional module

       

      APSA

       

      18

      Semester total

       

      54

      198

       

      1ère année Semestre 2

      Teaching units

      Components

      CM

      TD

      TU 2.1 Fundamental modules

      Physiology 2

      18

       

      Psychology 1

       18

       

      Sociology 1

       18

       

      TU 2.2 Management of sports organisations

       

       

       

      Accounting 2

       

      18

      English 2

       

      18

      Oral communication

       

      18

      TU 2.3 Organisation of physical activities

       

       

       

      Theory of APSA

       

      18

      APSA 3 Athletics

       

      18

      APSA 4 CO Playing fields

       

      18

      TU 2.4 Free choice of module

       APSA

       

      18

      TU 2.5 Internship

       

       

       

      Sports organisation

       

      36

      Professional programme

       

      36

      Semester total

       

      54

      198

       

       

       

      2ème année Semestre 1

      Teaching units

      Components

      CM

      TD

      TU 3.1 Fundamental modules

      Physiology 3

      18

       

      Psychology 2

      18 

       

      Sociology 2

       18

       

      TU 3.2 Management of sports organisations

       

       

       

      Accounting 3

       

      18

      English 3

       

      18

      Sports industry regulations

       

      18

      TU 3.3 Organisation of physical activities

       

       

       

      Theory of APSA

       

      18

      APSA 5 Fitness

       

      18

      APSA 6 CO pt terrain

       

      18

      TU 3.4 Free choice of module

       APSA

       

      18

      TU 3.5 Professional practice

      Awareness of associations

       

      18

      AFPS

       

      24

      Semester Total

      Training course

      54

      144

       

       

       

      2ème année Semestre 2

      Teaching units

      Components

      CM

      TD

      TU 4.1 Fundamental modules

      C2I

       

      18

      Physiology 4

      18

       

      Methodology of training

      18 

       

      Educational methods

       18

       

      TU 4.2 Management of sports organisations

       

       

       

      English 4

       

      18

      Associations law

       

      18

      Sports and local government

       

      18

      Legislation 2

       

      18

      TU 4.3A Organisation of physical activities

       

       

       

      Theory of APSA

       

       

      APSA 7 Body building

       

      18

      APSA 8 Mountain biking

       

      36

      TU 4.4 Free choice of module

      APSA

       

      18

      TU 4.5 Professional practice

       

       

       

      Adult education

       

      36

      Internship primary education

       

      36

      Semester total

      Training course

      54

      234

       

       

      Objet du réglement du contrôle des connaissances

      Bachelor degree = 180 validated ECTS* credits
      Teaching Units are assessed by written and oral examinations.
      The programme of assessments which leads to the awarding of the DEUST 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;
      • Or 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 after each semester, with the second (re-sits) held in September.

       

       


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