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Master of Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning)
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
There are three units per year that are worth 20 credit points each.
|SPS4101||Strength and Conditioning 1 - Physiology||20|
|SPS4102||Strength and Conditioning 2 - Biomechanics||20|
|SPS5126||Advanced Resistance Training||20|
|SPS4108||Physiological Testing of Human Performance||20|
|SPS4110||Applied Biomechanics in Strength and Conditioning||20|
|SPS4100||Strength and Conditioning - Practicum||20|
|SPS5113||Research and Computer Methods in Strength and Conditioning||20|
|SPS5116||Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation||20|
|SPS5119||Current Issues in Strength and Conditioning||20|