Departments are basic organizational units at our Faculty which determine and perform scientific, teaching and professional activities. The activities of each individual department include several related scientific and teaching disciplines at the Faculty of Kinesiology. The internal organization of our Faculty consists out of three departments, each of which consists out of smaller organizational units, i.e. chairs.
|Department of Kinesiological Anthropology and Methodology|
|Chair of Medicine of Sports and Exercise|
|Chair of Kinesiological Psychology, Sociology and Methodology|
|Department of Kinesiology of Sports|
|Chair of Monostructural Sports Branches|
|Chair of Complex Sports Branches (sport games)|
|Chair of Polystructural Sports Branches (combat sports)|
|Chair of Conventional Sports Branches|
|Chair of Basic Kinesiological Transformations|
|Chair of Water Sports|
|Chair of Athletics|
|Department of General and Applied Kinesiology|
|Chair of General and Applied Kinesiology|
|Chair of Kinesiological Didactics and of Theory of Training|
|Chair of Kinesiological Recreation and of Kinesitherapy|
Department of Kinesiology of Sports
Asst. Prof. Luka Milanović, PhD, Head of Department of Kinesiology of Sports
The primary focus of scientific and teaching activities of the Department of Kinesiology of Sports are kinesiological characteristics of sports activities, basic and specific characteristics of athletes of various age and level of quality, as well as transformational processes, i.e., analysis of the eects obtained by applying appropriate training procedures specific to each branch of sports (monostructural, polystructural, conventional and complex sports activities).
The Department also examines the development of fundamental (Basic Kinesiological Transformations) and specific motor abilities, motor skills and programme contents of individual sports branches represented in Physical Education classes at all educational levels (from preschool to higher education). The following Chairs operate as part of the Department of Kinesiology of Sports: Chair of Monostructural Disciplines, Chair of Complex Disciplines (Sports Games), Chair of Polystructural Disciplines (Combat Sports), Chair of Conventional Disciplines, Chair of Basic Kinesiological Transformations and Chair of Water Sports.
Department of Kinesiological Anthropology and Methodology
Asst. Prof. Marija Rakovac, PhD, Head of Department of Kinesiological Anthropology and Methodology
The scientific and educational activities of the Department of Kinesiological Anthropology and Methodology are primarily focused on fundamental and applied biomedical and anthropological sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Biological Kinanthropology, Sports Medicine and Hygiene) and social sciences (Psychology, Sociology), as well as on kinesiological methodology (Quantitative Methods). The Department of Kinesiological Anthropology and Methodology is represented by the Chair of Sports Medicine and Exercise and by the Chair of Kinesiological Psychology, Sociology and Methodology.
Department of General and Applied Kinesiology
Asst. Prof. Dario Škegro, PhD, Head of Department of General and Applied Kinesiology
The primary focus of the scientific and educational work of the Department of General and Applied Kinesiology is directed towards the development of kinesiological methodology in individual sports, namely in the anthropological and methodological sense, as well as on the development of the theory of training and physical conditioning of athletes, kinesiological recreation and kinesitherapy. The Department includes the Chair of General and Applied Kinesiology, the Chair of Kinesiological Methodology and Theory of Training and the Chair of Kinesiological Recreation and Kinesitherapy.