The Bachelor of Sport and Recreation (Honours) is aimed at high-achieving students in the Bachelor of Sport and Recreation who want to advance their skills and make their CV stand out.
Research skills are highly valued in the sport and recreation sector and this programme can lead to a range of exciting careers. It can also serve as a direct pathway into the PhD programme. The Bachelor of Sport and Recreation (Honours) draws on papers from AUT's Master of Sport and Exercise and Master of Health Science.
Programme code: AK3913
Points: 120 (includes a 45-point dissertation)
Duration: 1 year full-time / 3 years part-time
Venue: North Campus (some papers are delivered online)
Start date: 26 Feb and 16 July 2018
Bachelor of Sport and Recreation with a B+grade average or higher in level 7 papers in the selected subject area for this degree, or equivalent.
An applicant's course of study must be approved by the Dean (or representative) prior to enrolment.
You complete a research methods paper and advanced papers relevant to your discipline. You also undertake a supervised research dissertation in a specific area of sport and recreation.
SPEX805 Performance and Movement Analysis
SPEX802 Physical Activity and Health Promotion (30 points)
HPRM801 Nutrition and Health Promotion (30 points)
SPSC802 Practicum in Physical Conditioning (30 points)
SPEX803 Exercise Physiology (15 points)
SPSC803 Enhancing Muscular Performance (15 points)
SPSC804 Applied Human Movement Studies (15 points)
SPEX804 Applied Exercise and Sport Psychology (15 points)
SPOR801 Contemporary Sport Coaching (30 points)
SPSC805 Applied Skill Acquisition in Sport (15 points)
HEAL816 Special Topic (15 points)
SPEX801 Applied Nutrition and Exercise Science (15 points)
SPMG801 Advanced Sport Development (15 points)
SPMG802 Advanced Sport Leadership and Management (15 points)
SPMG803 Advanced Sport Marketing (15 points)
SPMG804 Advanced Sport Event Management (15 points)
HEAL805 Dissertation (45 points)
Or other approved postgraduate papers.
Last updated: 12-Sep-2017 11.52am
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