Students will develop, apply and evaluate advanced knowledge that is important for a myriad of specialised areas of interest. They will engage in a variety of lab experiences and practical exercises. The opportunity will be provided for students to specialise in certain discipline areas and undertake tasks of particular interest to future professions.
The course includes the study of human movement from a scientific bases of movement perspective and analyses the interdisciplinary framework that underpins human movement. Students will apply and evaluate information about the development of motor skills and the relationship between the body systems and the capacity for human physical performance. Research into the theoretical principles of teaching, coaching and rehabilitation in movement underpins the learning and understanding. The capacity to apply new knowledge in a diverse range of contexts and environments across age, stages of movement learning and gender demographics in developed.