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There are so many places a career in sport and exercise can take you.
Study our Bachelor of Applied Sport and Exercise Science and get the skills to become a leader in the industry.
You will learn how to motivate, empower and help others achieve their fitness goals.
You can choose from a variety of courses in exercise physiology, coaching and personal training, rehabilitation and sports massage and nutrition.
You will need to complete the below 12 compulsory courses as well as the required amount of elective courses (360 credits):
122.502 Structural Kinesiology (15 credits)
127.501 Human Anatomy and Physiology (15 credits)
127.502 Sport and Exercise and Biomechanics (15 credits)
724.501 Lifestyle, Nutrition and Health (15 credits)
780.503 Sport in Society (15 credits)
781.507 Skills for Sport and Exercise Science (15 credits)
781.508 Coaching Pedagogy (15 credits)
781.509 Exercise Programming and Performance (15 credits)
113.605 Research methods in sport and exercise (15 credits)
721.607 Injury prevention and rehabilitation (15 credits)
781.612 Exercise programme design (15 credits)
781.613 Sport and exercise nutrition (15 credits)
781.615 Sport management and administration Skills (15 credits)
You will need to complete three level 6 elective courses (45 credits):
127.606 Applied exercise physiology (15 credits)
127.607 Biomechanical applications in sport and exercise (15 credits)
127.608 Biochemistry (15 credits)
781.614 Issues in sport and exercise psychology (15 credits)
781.616 Sport and therapeutic massage (15 credits)
781.617 Outdoor education (15 credits)
You will need to complete 120 credits from any of the following level 7 courses:
115.722 Research topics in sports science (30 credits)
127.703 Applied Biomechanics in sport and exercise (15 credits)
721.703 Assessment and rehabilitation of injuries (15 credits)
724.702 Community nutrition and health promotion (15 credits)
781.707 Applied sport coaching (30 credits)
781.708 Physiological preparation for sport (15 credits)
781.709 Applied exercise programming (15 credits)
781.711 Exercise prescription for special populations (15 credits)
781.712 Practicum (15 credits)
Career opportunities include:
Applicants must meet the following (or equivalent) entry requirements:
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