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Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science QUT

4.0 out of 5 from 3 reviews
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Professionals in the exercise science industry are trained to apply their knowledge about exercise and its effect on the body to a variety of careers. They may work with sporting agencies and athletes to improve strength and fitness or provide performance analysis. They may also work in roles that promote improved health and wellness within the community, deliver health testing and education programs in corporate environments, or provide sport and recreation services in the tourism and hospitality sector. A research career can lead to developments in sport and exercise science that result in healthier communities and fitter and stronger athletes.

Why choose this course?
QUT’s degree in sport and exercise science is one of the first university programs in Australia to offer you a clear pathway into a career as accredited exercise scientist or accredited sports scientist. Graduates of this program will be able to apply complex discipline knowledge to the design, delivery, and evaluation of exercise programs, interventions and assessments that meet the specific needs of their client.

This course provides students with a defined career path as an Accredited Exercise Scientist or Accredited Sports Scientist. Graduates of this program are well...

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Additional Information

During this course you will complete 300 hours of professional placement with organisations that may include sporting associations, fitness centres...

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Student Reviews

June 2018
Year completed 2017

The course was interesting and integraded a fair bit of high school knowledge in the first year - think biology revision (yuck).
The first 2 semesters were manageable and didn't have a hectic workload themselves, but in the rest of the course the content was fast and the exams were hard. Overall I learned a lot throughout, ...

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April 2018
Year completed 2020

Positives: 1. So much prac work get around 400hours
2. Subjects i do are very interesting to me and relates to me personal life so it much easier to understand

Negatives: The Travel. It kills me. Some days i wish i could just go into the library and study but then i think is the travel time really worth it. Also the work ...

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April 2018
Year completed 2019

Positives: A positive aspect of this course is the hands on exercise you get within the units. For example, using cadavers in Anatomy was very helpful. It’s one thing to learn the parts of the body but it’s another to see the inner workings. It really helps you understand!

Negatives: Negative, the course demands you do rea...

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