Students will gain knowledge and appropriate skills in screening, assessment, and provision of exercise intervention in multiple applications across the lifespan, including prevention and management of chronic disease(s), workplace conditioning, and sport.
The course prepares graduates to enter the job market as an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP)
AEPs work across the lifespan of client needs in any environment that requires an allied health professional who can prescribe effective exercise prescription for the management of complex chronic conditions and prevent injury and disease and promote healthy lifestyle factors, such as:
- hospital or community health environments
- private practice
- workplace/industrial settings
- a sport rehabilitation setting
To achieve the Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology you must complete 120 credit points (CP) from the schedule of unit offerings.
Breakdown of credit points required to complete the course:
120 CP from Coursework units (below)
|Unit code||Credit points||Unit name|| Prerequisites (P)|
Incompatible Units (I)
|EXSC633||10||Lifestyle Exercise Counselling|
|EXSC632||10||Neurological Analysis, Prescription and Rehabilitation|
|EXSC634||10||Musculoskeletal Analysis, Prescription and Rehabilitation|
|EXSC639||10||Applied Anatomy for Clinical Exercise Physiologists|
|EXSC636||10||Responsible Clinical Practice|
|EXSC635||10||Cardiometabolic Analysis and Rehabilitation|
|EXSC611||10||Occupational Assessment and Rehabilitation||EXSC634|
|EXSC637||10||Clinical Experience 1||EXSC632 and EXSC634|
|EXSC638||40||Clinical Experience 2||EXSC637 Clinical Experience 1|
Three semester’s full-time or part-time equivalent
On campus at either Melbourne or Strathfield (Sydney).