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Want to turn your passion for sport and exercise into a career packed full of physical activity? Well, with a degree in Sport and Exercise Science that’s exactly what you’ll get as you immerse yourself in sports development and research, performance and management.
When you’ve graduated with a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science you’ll be work-ready, having been in a gym, a sports science lab, running health programmes in the community and out on the field coaching or managing individuals and teams to perform at their best.
You’ll acquire a wide range of skills for communicating, negotiating, researching and problem-solving with people from all walks of life, from the serious sports professional to the casual gym-goer.
The Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science (BSES) programme is a full-time, three year programme that offers stimulating degree studies, enabling you to become a highly regarded industry professional within the sport, health and exercise science sectors.
The programme enables graduates to enter employment in the sport, exercise and recreation industry with a sound knowledge of:
This programme is designed to develop:
Career Opportunities and Outcomes
The BSES provides pathways and employment possibilities across the sport and exercise landscape.
Wellbeing, Lifestyle and Health Promotion
Consultation and exercise prescription, Green Prescription advisor, corporate wellness consultant, special needs populations activity facilitator, community health initiatives.
Exercise and Conditioning
Business owner, personal trainer, group fitness instructor, massage therapy, team trainer/conditioner.
Sports Administration and Management
Sports coordinator, development officer, regional coordinator, player liaison, administrator, sponsor manager.
Sports Coaching and Leadership
Coach, coach educator, sports coordinator, team manager, player liaison, player life-skills coach, referee/official.
Community Recreation Management
Recreation officer, recreation programmer, special needs programmer, facility management, business owner.
Sport Science and Support
Mental skills analysis trainer, exercise physiologist, biomechanist, team trainer/conditioner, massage therapist, research technician.
Through additional training you may undertake postgraduate study (e.g. masters degree) or alternative careers such as physical education teaching or sport journalism.
ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Applicants must meet degree standard entry requirements. Approved bridging/foundation programmes include: the Certificate in Health Science, the Diploma in Recreation and Sport, or the Diploma in Therapeutic and Sport Massage.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
All applicants must demonstrate an acceptable level of English Language fluency prior to acceptance in the programme. English Language fluency can be verified by achievement of one of the following within the last two years:
• New Zealand Certificate in English Language Level 4 (Academic)
• IELTS (Academic) score of 6.0 with no band score lower than 5.5
• PTE (Academic) score of 50 with no band score lower than 42
• International equivalents to IELTS accepted by NZQA or successful study of a programme in which English was the language of instruction (conditions apply)
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