- To learn about and understand the purpose of studies in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences.
- Acquire the fundamental scientific training applied to physical activity and sports of all kinds.
- To learn about and understand the physiological and biomechanical factors which condition participation in physical activity and sports.
- To learn about and understand the effects of physical exercise on the structure and function of the human body.
- To learn about and understand the effects of physical exercise on psychological and social aspects of human beings.
- To learn about and understand the bases, structures and functions of human motor skills and patterns.
- To learn about and understand the structure and function of the different types of human mobility.
- To learn about and understand the bases of sport.
- To design, create and assess the teaching and learning processes associated with physical activity and sports in relation to specific and contextual characteristics of individuals.
- To encourage and assess the forming of lasting, autonomous habits in doing physical activity and sports.
- To plan, create and control training processes at the different levels involved.
- To apply physiological, biomechanical, behavioural and social principles to the different areas of physical activity and sports.
- To assess the physical condition of individuals and establish health-oriented physical exercise regimes.
- To identify health risks involved in inappropriate physical activities.
- To plan, create and assess physical and sports activities programmes.
- To design programmes for managing sports organisations, entities and facilities.
- To select and know how to use sports material and equipment appropriate for each type of activity.
- To understand scientific literature in the field of physical activity and sports in English and other languages of importance in the world of science.
- To know how to apply information and communications technologies (ICT) to the field of Physical Activity and Sports Sciences.
- To develop skills in leadership, interpersonal relationships and teamwork.
- To develop the ability to adapt to new situations and problem solving and to know how to study independently.
- To develop habits of excellence and quality in a professional context.
- To learn about and act within the ethical principles necessary for appropriate professional activity.