Exercise and Sports Science

Undergraduate courses

Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science

Studying for the Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science will enable your understanding of scientific and applied aspects of sport, exercise and health using world class facilities.

You'll learn about the fundamentals of sport and exercise through units about anatomy, biomechanics, physiology, exercise prescription and programming and sports psychology

You'll also undertake 140 hours of workplace experience.

Please Note: All students are required to have a current senior first aid certificate (HLTAID003) prior to completing the first trimester of candidature. You will need to forward a copy of your First Aid Certificate to exerciseprac@une.edu.au in order to meet this requirement.

See the Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science in the Course and Unit Catalogue.

Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology

Within small class sizes, studying for the Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology provides an opportunity to study the scientific basis of sport and exercise and its effect on both healthy individuals and those with chronic and complex health conditions.

In addition to taught content,   you'll undertake 500 hours of workplace experience involving the exercise-based management of neurological, musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, metabolic and other health conditions.

Please Note: All students are required to have a current senior first aid certificate (HLTAID003) prior to completing the first trimester of candidature. You will need to forward a copy of your First Aid Certificate to exerciseprac@une.edu.au in order to meet this requirement.

See the Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology in the Course and Unit Catalogue.

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Contacts

For further information on the Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science or the Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology course structure and admission requirements please contact the Student Centre on 1800 818 865 or via askUNE

For further information on exercise and sports science or clinical exercise physiology course specifics please contact the Course Coordinator