The Graduate Certificate in Exercise Rehabilitation for Sports Injuries is 1 year part-time and available online (with an on-campus intensive at the Melbourne Campus). The course provides specialist knowledge and skill of biomechanics, metabolic, physiological-psychosocial aspects of the person to develop exercise programs for the enhancement and improved performance of individuals who are engaged in sporting or exercise activities.
Introducing the following dual degrees for Semester 1 2019: Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Commerce and the Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science.
With the rapid evolution and growth of the community welfare sector, there’s a strong demand for people who can provide direct services to people in the diverse areas of child and family welfare, disability, corrections, and aged care.
The brand new Bachelor of High Performance Sport will be introduced in Semester 1 2019. The bachelor degree is a minimum of 2.5 years full-time and available at ACU's Brisbane, Melbourne and Strathfield campuses.
The course is 3 years full-time (or equivalent part-time) and available at ACU's Brisbane, Melbourne and Strathfield campuses. Students will gain extensive knowledge and skills in human health, wellness and performance, with a specific focus on the role of sport, exercise and outdoor education.