Strength and Conditioning

MAJOR

Overview

The Strength and Conditioning major sequence will develop the theoretical knowledge and technical competencies required to develop and deliver evidence-based strength and conditioning programs for a range of individuals including the general population, those with specific needs, and athletic populations.

Disciplines of study include Sports Coaching, Exercise Prescription and Programming, Sports Physiology and Advanced Anatomy. Additional skills and competencies developed allow strong articulation into further study opportunities such as Master of Applied Sport Science, Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology and other external post-graduate courses such as Medicine or Physiotherapy. Career pathways in Sport Science, Strength and Conditioning and Exercise Physiology are all enhanced through the completion of this major sequence.

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Key information

Campus

Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong)

Unit set code

MJ-H000039

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