Research in Sport and Recreation
AUT's sport and recreation programmes are developed through extensive research
and in collaboration with industry.
Research institutes and centresAUT University has a dedicated Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand (SPRINZ). We also have a centre focused on the benefits of physical activity and nutrition, the Human Potential Centre. Along with a dedicated focus on Coaching, with the Coach Development Centre and specialised clinics, that can improve running and cycling, human potential and overall sporting ability.
- SPRINZ Clinics
- Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand (SPRINZ)
- Coach Development Centre
- The Human Potential Centre (HPC)
Research in the schoolThe school of sport and recreation has groups of academic researchers who conduct research in sport and activity related areas. Research areas are:
- Co-operative education
- Outdoor education
Postgraduate Research Qualifications
The following qualifications within the School of Sport and Recreation have a research component:
- Master of Sport and Exercise
- Master of Health Science
- Master of Health Practice
- Master of Philosophy
- Doctor of Health Science
- Doctor of Philosophy
For more information on research contact Dr Scott Duncan, Head of Research, School of Sport and Recreation
Last updated: 25-Nov-2015 10.02am
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.