Bachelor of Exercise Science
Drive health and wellbeing.
Use evidence-based science as a means of preventative care or to maximise sporting performance and prevent injury in this fast growing sector.
|Duration:||3 years full-time|
|Location:||Bedford Park, Australia|
|Assumed knowledge:||Knowledge of SACE stage two biology or equivalent is assumed.|
|Pearson overall score:||50|
|Delivery mode:||On campus: Bedford Park|
Why study Exercise Science at Flinders
- earn from exceptional lecturers in state-of-the-art facilities
- Develop industry experience through invaluable placement opportunities
- Qualify for a career in the evolving field of exercise science
- Study in the area where preventative health meets the fitness industry
- Undertake unique topics in fundamentals of exercise science, exercise prescription in motor control and learning, and advanced exercise science
- Choose from specialisations in nutrition, health promotion, behavioural sciences, sports science, business, or allied health, preparing you for a range of allied health postgraduate degrees
The degree provides you with practical experience that prepares you for the workforce.
Undertake a compulsory 140-hour placement practicum, preparing you with interdisciplinary skills and knowledge of health, sport and exercise frameworks.
“I had a nice relationship with all my lecturers. They were committed to helping you out with everything, especially if you showed that you cared about your work. Uni organised for me to go to Flinders Partners to work on software for innovation management. I was so pleased when they offered me a full-time position.”
Nadine Saadi // Flinders University student
Potential occupations include:
- exercise scientist
- health and injury prevention advisor
- aged care health and wellness
- health and wellness coordinator
- cardiac technician
- sport and exercise science support officer
- active living project officer.
Potential employers include:
- community health units
- aged care facilities
- disability service organisations
- sporting clubs and associations
- private health clinics
- return to work providers
- schools, universities and TAFE
- sporting academies
- not-for-profit or community organisations