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Human Movement


The Human Movement major is an integration of anatomical, physiological and biomechanical principles related to human movement. Graduates will be equipped to assist in health service roles and the conduct of research and analysis of data relevant to the study of human movement.

The Human Movement major provides a strong foundation for further graduate study in fields such as physiotherapy, exercise physiology and medicine (subject to meeting eligibility criteria).

In 2019, 1000-level units of study will be taught at Camperdown campus, and 2000-level units of study will be taught at Camperdown and Cumberland.

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