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First year indicative tuition fees for 2014 undergraduate courses (domestic students)

Commonwealth supported: AUD $8,099.00
Domestic fee paying: AUD $14,000.00

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Under this arrangement, the Australian Government contributes towards your tuition fees and you are responsible for the remaining tuition fees, called your 'student contribution'.

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  • an Associate Diploma;
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Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science and Rehabilitation)

This course structure will be available to students commencing the course from Semester 1, 2015 onwards.

This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.

The course comprises 480 credit points (twenty nine units of study):

  • Twenty four mandatory units (405 credit points)
  • One prescribed elective unit (15 credit points)
  • Four recommended elective units (60 credit points)

In year 3, an Exercise and Sports Science Practicum unit (15 points) extends over the full year.

In year 4, a Clinical Exercise Physiology Practicum unit (40 credit points) extends over the full year.



Year One
UnitDescription Points
Semester 1
EBH1101Human Anatomy 15
EBH1102Human Physiology 15
SPS1108Foundations of Social Psychology 15
SPS1114Acquisition of Skill 15
Semester 2
NUT1121Human Nutrition 15
SPS1111Foundations of Fitness and Training 15
SPS1116Biomechanics and Functional Anatomy 15
Recommended Elective 1
 


Year Two
UnitDescription Points
Semester 1
SPS2116Applied Biomechanics 15
SPS2201Physiology of Exercise 1 (Cardiorespiratory) 15
SPS2203Principles and Practices of Resistance Training#15
Recommended Elective 2
Semester 2
MAT2107Statistical Research Methods 15
SPS2301Exercise Rehabilitation 15
SPS2112Motor Control 15
Prescribed Elective
 


# SPS2203 is a full-year unit. Lectures and laboratories are delivered in semester 1. Students undertake an Internal Practicum in semester 2.

Year Three
UnitDescription Points
Semester 1
SPS3112Exercise and Sports Science Practicum#15
SPS3111Physical Activity and Health 15
SPS3120Psycho-social Aspects in Physical Activity and Chronic Disease 15
Recommended Elective 3
Semester 2
SPS3101Psychology of Sport and Exercise 15
SPS3301Physiology of Exercise 2 (Applied Physiology) 15
SPS3121Professional Skills in Clinical Exercise Physiology 15
Recommended Elective 4
 


# SPS3112 is a full-year unit.

Year Four
UnitDescription Points
Semester 1
SPS4203Clinical Exercise Physiology: Musculoskeletal 20
SPS4116Clinical Exercise Physiology: Cardiovascular & Pulmonary 20
SPS4117Clinical Exercise Physiology: Neurological and Neuromuscular 20
SPS4126Clinical Exercise Physiology: Practicum#40
Semester 2
SPS4204Clinical Exercise Physiology: Metabolic, Immunologic, and Hematologic 20
 


# SPS4126 is a full-year unit. Students will complete this unit in year 4, semester 1 and 2.

Recommended Electives
Students must select 4 units from the list of recommended electives below. Units that would be beneficial to a career as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) include: SCH1104, SCH3236, NUT3215, SPS3203 and HST1152.

UnitDescription Points
Available Semester 1
SPS1120Performance Studies 2 15
SCC1123Chemistry for the Life Sciences 15
SCC1111General Chemistry 15
SCC1226Introduction to Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry 15
HST1152Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety 15
HST1120Introduction to Health Promotion 15
SPS2111Performance Studies 6 15
NUT2211Metabolic Biochemistry 15
SPS3205Performance Studies 3 15
SCH3236Pharmacology 15
NUT3215Exercise Nutrition 15
Available Semester 2
SCH1104Introduction to Pathophysiology 15
SPS1210Performance Analysis and Player Monitoring in Sport 15
SPS1107Sports Science Applications 1 15
SPS1205Performance Studies 1 15
OCT1206Neuroscience 15
SCP1134Foundations of Physics 15
SCH2232Medical Biochemistry 15
SCH2111Applied Physiology 15
NUT2220Nutritional Assessment 15
SPS3203Human Movement and Disability 15
SPS3206Performance Studies 4 15
SPM3221Sport Business Planning 15
 


Prescribed Electives
Students are required to select one prescribed elective from either: SPS3203, SPS1210 or SPS1107. Students considering a career as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) are recommended to select SPS3203.

UnitDescription Points
SPS3203Human Movement and Disability 15
SPS1210Performance Analysis and Player Monitoring in Sport 15
SPS1107Sports Science Applications 1 15
 


Please note: students who select and complete a unit from the prescribed elective list cannot select that same unit for a recommended elective.
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