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Overview

The School of Exercise and Health Sciences incorporates undergraduate degree programs in the areas of Exercise and Sports Science, Sports Science and Football, Occupational Therapy and Health Science. As part of the Health Science course, students can select from one of five majors, including Addiction Studies, Environmental Health, Health Promotion, Nutrition and Occupational Safety and Health.

In addition, our undergraduate courses can lead to postgraduate study in the areas of Nutrition and Dietetics, Occupational Health and Safety, Public Health and more.

We strive for excellence in learning and teaching and place a strong focus on nurturing the development of an active research culture.

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News & events

Revision seminars specifically aimed at revising for this year's WACE examination. Thumbnail

Revision seminars for 3A/B Physical Education Studies

ECU’s School of Exercise and Health Sciences is running two revision seminars for 3A/B Physical Education Studies.

New NSCA President Dr Greg Haff Thumbnail

Strong showing at international conference

Edith Cowan University’s Greg Haff was elected President of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) at their annual conference in Las Vegas.

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How the Socceroos can beat Spain and escape the “Group of Death”

Even before going down 3-1 against Chile, Australia was given little chance of progressing out of what is being called the “group of death” in the Brazil World Cup.

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