Master of Exercise Physiology – MAEXPHYS1000
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||Master of Exercise Physiology
The attendance pattern for this course is full time only.
The master's degree in these resolutions is a professional master's course, as defined by the Coursework Rule.
Available places will be offered to qualified applicants based on academic merit, according to the following admissions criteria.
Admission to candidature for the Master of Exercise Physiology requires the applicant to have a PhD, master's or bachelor's degree from an Australian institution or equivalent; and also to have extensive pre-existing knowledge in:
human or exercise physiology
psychology/behavioural science and
research design and statistics.
The units of study that may be taken for this course are set out in the Table of Units of Study for the Master of Exercise Physiology.
To qualify for the award of the Master of Exercise Physiology a candidate must complete 96 credit points of core units of study.
These resolutions apply to students who commenced their candidature after 1 January, 2011 and students who commenced their candidature prior to 1 January, 2011 who elect to proceed under these resolutions.
Candidates who commenced prior to 1 January, 2011 may complete the requirements in accordance with the resolutions in force at the time of their commencement, provided that requirements are completed by 1 January, 2016. The Faculty may specify a later date for completion or specify alternative requirements for completion of candidatures that extend beyond this time.