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The general objective of the STAPS Bachelor's degree at the Faculty of Sports Sciences in Marseille is to promote access to a multidisciplinary scientific culture and professional skills in the major STAPS training sectors, including research and development in Human Movement and Sports Sciences, sports management and public or private sports structures, education, training and intervention in physical and sports activities as well as in adapted physical activities and health.

Organized over 6 semesters (180 European credits), the STAPS licenses include a common core of 3 semesters during which students validate 30 credits each semester. In the 4th semester, half of the training includes a common core of consolidation and opening lessons towards specialized courses. These courses introduce the courses that are offered in semesters 5 and 6.

As far as the general license is concerned, four options are offered to students:

STAPS degrees

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ADAPTED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTH

Supervision of adapted physical activities (APA) for people with specific needs in a perspective of health prevention, rehabilitation or integration.
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EDUCATION AND MOTOR SKILLS

Teaching of physical sports and artistic activities in educational and school settings. Two courses offered: Course "Teacher of the Colleges and High Schools" and course "Teacher of the Schools".
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SPORT ERGONOMICS AND MOTOR PERFORMANCE

Participation in the innovation, creation and/or optimization of behaviors, services or products in the field of human-machine, human-equipment, human-environment and human-society interfaces, involving human activity.
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SPORT MANAGEMENT

To train for management and development functions in public and private sports organizations.
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Professional license

In order to meet the needs of outdoor sports in the PACA region, the Faculty of Sports Sciences offers a professional degree developed in close collaboration with private and public organizations throughout the region (companies, associations, local authorities).

A significant part of the teaching is delivered by professionals, allowing the training to be in line with the realities of the field. Thus, students can project themselves into the concrete problems and contingencies of sports service organizations. A block of courses is followed by a grouped internship in a company.

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PROFESSIONAL LICENCE - Management and development of organizations, sports and leisure services

This diploma combines skills related to the management of service organizations with a knowledge of outdoor sports activities, mainly in the mountains.
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From the start of the 2018 academic year, the Master's training offer will evolve to offer students 4 Master's degrees.

The main objective of the structuring at the Master's level is to offer a coherent and complementary set of training courses based on complementary research teams in the fields of Life Sciences, Health Sciences and Cognitive Sciences, Physical Sciences for Engineering, Information and Communication Sciences and Human Sciences.

Of course, the fundamental knowledge that serves as a support for the different courses naturally finds applications in the field of physical activity in general, whether it be work, sport and leisure, or health and personal autonomy, with the specificities related to age as a transversal factor.

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MASTER STAPS: Adapted Physical Activity and Health (APAS)

Supervision of adapted physical activities (APA) for people with specific needs in a perspective of health prevention, rehabilitation or integration.
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Master STAPS - Training and optimization of sports performance (EOPS)

The EOPS master's degree focuses on the study of physical performance using multidisciplinary knowledge.
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MASTER STAPS - Engineering and Ergonomics of Physical Activities (IEAP)

This master's degree trains students for positions as R&D engineers, ergonomists, and human factors managers in companies dealing with human movement
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MASTER STAPS - Sport Management (MS)

This Master's degree prepares students for positions as strategic, commercial and operational managers in sports organizations. Students acquire a thorough knowledge of the "sport" sector and its environment.
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In addition to the research training provided by the doctoral student's research unit during the doctoral training period, the Doctoral School offers doctoral students training that is mandatory in order to defend the thesis.

In order to help the doctoral student in the conduct of his research project and in the elaboration of his professional project, this training meets 3 objectives:

  • To promote professional integration
  • To ensure the mastery of analysis, modeling and communication tools
  • To promote scientific and cultural multidisciplinary openness.

These 3 objectives are operationalized through 3 teaching categories:

  • Help with professional integration
  • Methods, tools, languages
  • Thematic scientific and cultural opening

The proposed training plan aims to ensure that all doctoral students enrolled in the ED SMH, regardless of their main discipline, have, at the end of their thesis, the tools to

  • To have acquired the scientific approach in general
  • To have been strongly sensitized and prepared to multidisciplinarity
  • To master a modeling tool (theoretical or formal)
  • To be able to communicate their results and ideas in writing and orally in an autonomous manner; to be able to prepare funding applications
  • To be able to enter professional life

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