University of New England
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Exercise and sports science explores human movement and how it applies to physical activity. Advances in research and technology related to sports and exercise are constantly revealing new ways to optimise human performance, fitness and health. This course will help you to maintain your on-the-pulse professionalism in this dynamic industry.
Gain critical knowledge in areas such as biomechanics, exercise physiology, human nutrition and sport psychology, and hone your logical, critical and creative thinking abilities. Put your skills into practice in the design, implementation and evaluation of exercise and physical activity for healthy people.
This course has been granted accreditation by Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA), the national accrediting and membership association for the industry. You will be eligible to attain full membership with ESSA and be qualified as an Accredited Exercise Scientist if you complete the Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science, which includes 140 hours of supervised industry practicum.
Anatomy, biomechanics, exercise/human physiology, exercise/sport science, motor control and learning.
Health and physical activity promotion, sports science, health and fitness (personal trainer, strength and conditioning coach, health consultant/educator), clinical measurements (cardiac/respiratory/sleep technician) and postgraduate research/coursework in related disciplines.
Accredited with Exercise and Sports Science Australia.
140 hours of practicum experience in the community, undertaken in final trimester.
Refer to UNE current fee information.
Assumed knowledge: Mathematics Advanced, Personal Development Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) and/or any 2 units of science.
Recommended studies: Biology and/or chemistry.
Guaranteed ATAR: 72.55
Refer to UNE general admission criteria.
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