At Deakin, you'll always be learning in the best possible environment. For students of exercise and nutrition sciences, that means:
- exercise physiology labs
- biomechanics labs
- strength and conditioning labs
- anatomy and physiology labs
- research spaces
- nutrition labs.
Food sensory labs
Students studying nutrition sciences have access to the food sensory labs at the Centre of Advanced Sensory Science (CASS). They work alongside world-leading researchers and experience the practical elements of their future careers.
Deakin Clinical Exercise Centre
The benefits of exercise for people with health conditions is one of our key areas of research and teaching.
At the Deakin Clinical Exercise Centre (DCEC), students of our Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology course work with real clients from the local community.
Also open to the public, the centre helps people with disabilities, injuries and illnesses bring exercise into their lives. We provide one-on-one consultations and group sessions.
Specialised Indoor Exercise and Sport Science Building
The Specialised Indoor Exercise and Sport Science Building houses clinical space, exercise stations, tutorial space, staff offices and innovative laboratories across four levels.
Undergraduate students use the facilities on levels three and four to fulfil the course requirements for their bachelor degrees, while masters students work with clients on level one and research students operate from offices on level two.