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Diploma of Exercise and Sport Science

Are you interested in understanding the human body and its structures and systems to improve health and fitness? With this sport and exercise course, you'll have the grounding knowledge to work in the exercise, health and fitness industry. Or, you can choose to continue your studies into the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science.

You can study our Diploma of Exercise and Sport Science online or on campus in one year of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Associate Degree of Exercise and Sport Science

This Associate Degree will equip you with the knowledge to become an allied health professional who uses exercise as an intervention to improve health and fitness. Learn how to enhance physical performance for athletes and prevent and rehabilitate injury for the aged population.

Upon successful completion you may be eligible to enter into the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science.

You can study our Associate Degree of Exercise and Sport Science online or on campus in two years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science

Would you like to train high-performance athletes? Help get your community fit and healthy? Or perhaps you want to minimise and rehabilitate injury in both healthy and physically challenged people?

This degree will give you the qualifications to work as an allied health professional to help improve overall health and fitness in your community. You will study interesting and challenging topics, from high-performance athletes to general community fitness. You will also undertake a work placement, so you can learn to apply your knowledge and skills to real-world situations.

You can study our Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science online or on campus in three years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Why CDU?

A new world university

We see things differently at CDU, and we like that. We know our students choose to study with us because we share the same vision - to make a positive change. We help our students achieve their goals and make a positive impact in their lives and those around them. Whatever your motivation is, we can guide you in the right direction. The moment you decide you want to study, get in touch with us. On-campus and online with part-time and full-time options are available, so you'll have the flexibility and support to do it your way.

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Good to know

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Early offers
April - June 2017
On-time applications close
30 June 2017
Further offers
July 2017
Final date to apply
14 July 2017
Classes start
17 July 2017
 
 
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If you don't meet the entry requirements for your chosen degree, our free Tertiary Enabling Program gives you entry to most undergraduate courses and equips you with the study skills and knowledge to succeed at university.  
 
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Balance your lifestyle and study

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Dr Jim Lee, Senior Lecturer in Exercise and Sport Science, shares his top five fitness facts from the world of exercise and sport science.

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