Leads to a career in sport and health. Specialise in PE teaching, Sports Admin or Athletic Performance.
First things first – this course is perfect if you've decided your career lies in sport and health but you want to keep your options open.
You may exit the course and undertake a graduate qualification in teaching to become a PE teacher or you may choose to enter the sport industry directly.
If you've decided your career lies in sport and health but aren't sure what career will suit you best, don't worry – this is still the right degree.
Unlike other PE teaching courses, ACPE's Bachelor of Health & Movement (Sport) delivers huge career flexibility within the health and sport industries, meaning you aren't committed to a single job path.
A maximum of eight years is allowed for students to complete the degree part-time. The degree program is divided into six semesters, each of 12 weeks duration. Study involves approximately 16 contact hours a week, (excluding examination and study weeks).
|Semester||Movement||Science||Health||Integrating & Elective Units|
|Semester 1||Principles of Movement||Skill Acquisition||Understanding Health|
|Movement: An Historical Perspective|
|Semester 2||Theory and
Application of Movement
|Anatomy and Physiology||Health: A Sociological Perspective|
|Applied Exercise Physiology||International
for Physical Activity
|Mechanics of Human
Movement and Performance
and Using Research
|Semester 5||Athletics in the Community||Current Health Issues 2:
|Physical Activity Across
|Raising Health Awareness|
|Semester 6||Inclusive Physical Activity||Health Advocacy in Action||Health Elective:|
Health through the Lifespan
Sociological Issues in Sport
Potential careers include work with community and professional sporting organisations, as well as in the community and corporate health sectors. Graduates are qualified to work as –