To be eligible for admission to the course, an applicant must have completed the following prerequisites at year 12 level, or equivalent.
New South Wales
Prerequisites: English (Standard) (Band 2) or English (Advanced) (Band 2) or EAL (Band 3)
Recommended Studies: Personal Development, Health and Physical education (PDHPE); Mathematics plus one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics.
Prerequisites: Units 3 and 4 – a study score of at least 30 in English (EAL) or at least 25 in English other than EAL; and a study score of at least 25 in one of Biology, Chemistry, any Mathematics, Physical Education, Physics or Psychology.
International applicants need to meet the English Language Proficiency requirements as defined in the Admission to Coursework Programs Policy.
2. Requirements for completion of the degree
To qualify for the degree, a student must complete 320 cp from the Schedule of Unit Offerings, consisting of:
160 cp from Bachelor of Psychological Science Units:
140 cp from Specified Psychology Units;
20 cp from University Core Curriculum Units.
160 cp from Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science Units:
150 cp from Specified Exercise and Sports Science Units;
10 cp from Professional Experience;
3. Progression Requirements
Students are required to follow the pattern of unit enrolment set out in the relevant Course Enrolment Guide, unless otherwise approved by the Course Coordinator. In all aspects of progress through the course, students will be advised by the Course Coordinator.
Professional Practice in Exercise Science (Pre: ANAT100 Anatomical Foundations of Exercise and EXSC120 Mechanical Bases of Exercise and EXSC198 Physiological Bases of Exercise and EXSC204 Exercise Testing, Prescription and Delivery and EXSC206 Professional Experience Preparation and EXSC216 Resistance
Training: Science and Application)
UNCC100 Self and Community: Exploring the anatomy of modern society or PHIL102 Theories of Human Nature or PHIL104 Introduction to Ethics (P); UNCC301 Humanity in Catholic History and Culture, UNCC302
Human Dignity in International Context (I)