Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Clinical) [Indigenous Health Careers Program]

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Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Clinical) [Indigenous Health Careers Program]

Course Code

107710

Course type

Bachelor Degree (AQF Level 7)

Division

Tropical Health and Medicine

Award Requirements

Admission Requirements

Course pre-requisites

English (any of Maths B, Chemistry, Biological Science, Health Education or Physical Education is desirable).

Special admission requirements

Nominate with QTAC as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.

Course includes mandatory professional placement(s)

Clinical placement/professional practice:

This course includes prescribed professional or clinical placements. Students may be required to undertake such placements away from the campus at which they are enrolled, at their own expense. (Note: health professional courses generally involve extensive professional or clinical placements).

Further information about placements can be found at Enrolment Policy – Coursework Students.

Post admission
requirements

This course may have specific admission requirements such as immunisation, a Suitability to Work with Children Card, a federal police check and/or other conditions that students must comply with. Students must complete all professional experience placement requirements by the prescribed deadlines and maintain currency of these requirements in order to stay admitted in the course.

You will find your course requirements here:

https://www.jcu.edu.au/professional-experience-placement/preparation-checklists

Academic Requirements for Course Completion

Credit points

105 credit points as per course structure

Course learning outcomes

James Cook University’s Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Clinical) meets the Exercise and Sports Science Australia standards for Exercise Science membership and Exercise Physiology Accreditation.

On successful completion of the course, the graduate will be able to:

  • Demonstrate broad and coherent theoretical and technical knowledge and skills, with depth in the underlying principles and concepts, in the disciplines of clinical exercise physiology and sport and exercise science

  • Critically review, analyse, synthesise and apply evidence in clinical exercise physiology and sport and exercise science practice, across a range of social, personal, economic and environmental contexts

  • Assess health status and formulate, implement and critically evaluate sustainable management plans to promote and optimise the health and welfare of apparently healthy individuals and/or populations and those who present with acute or chronic health conditions

  • Communicate clearly and coherently through well-developed English language and numeracy proficiency, appropriate for graduate entry into the clinical exercise physiology and sport and exercise science workforces

  • Demonstrate appropriate professional behaviour, clinical reasoning and sound judgement in problem solving and decision making, in the provision of client-centred practice that is contemporary, evidence-based, legal, ethical, safe and culturally sensitive

  • Reflect on current skills, knowledge and attitudes, in order to plan and implement ongoing personal and professional development needs

  • Contribute to the design and delivery of safe, sustainable and effective collaborative allied health services.

Inherent Requirements

Inherent Requirements

Inherent requirements are the fundamental abilities, attributes, skills and behaviours needed to complete the learning outcomes of a course while preserving the academic integrity of the university’s learning, assessment and accreditation processes. Students and prospective students must be able to demonstrate that they have acquired or have the ability to acquire the inherent requirements for their degree. For more information refer to Inherent Requirements page.

Reasonable adjustments

Reasonable adjustments may be made to assist students manage additional circumstances impacting on their studies provided these do not change the academic integrity of a degree. Reasonable adjustments do not alter the need to be able to demonstrate the inherent requirements of the course.

Course Structure

CORE SUBJECTS

Level 1

Teaching Period 1:

CU1010:03 Effective Writing

PY1101:03 Exploring Psychology 1

MA1020:03 Preparatory Mathematics

Teaching Period 2:

IA1007:03 Linking Indigenousness

HS1401:03 Health and Health Care in Australia

PH1001:03 Preparatory Physics

Level 1

Teaching Period 1:

BM1061:03 Anatomy and Physiology for Sport and Exercise Science 1

SP1001:03 Science and Practice of Physical Activity

SP2200:03  Exercise and Sports Testing

Teaching Period 2:

BM1062:03 Anatomy and Physiology for Sport and Exercise Science 2

SP1002:03 Sport and Exercise Nutrition

HS1003:03 Lifespan Development for Health A

Level 2

Teaching Period 1:

HS2402:03 Health Professional Research 1

SP2003:03 Functional Kinesiology and Biomechanics

SP2007:03 Physiological Basis for Exercise and Sport

Teaching Period 2:

SP2009:03 Strength Training and Conditioning

SP2010:03 Principles of Motor Learning and Motor Control

SP2201:03 Exercise Prescription

SP2207:03 Dynamics of Sport and Exercise Behaviour

Level 3

Teaching Period 1:

SP3006:03 Sports Medicine

SP3008:03 Sport and Exercise Science Practice

SP3011:03 Sports Training and Rehabilitation

SP3015:03 Advanced Motor Learning and Motor Control

Teaching Period 2:

SP3014:03 Independent Project in Sport and Exercise Science and Clinical Exercise Physiology

SP3016:03 Exercise Prescription Practices and Procedures

SP3017:03 Principles of Clinical Exercise Physiology Practice

SP3018:03 Advanced Biomechanics

Level 4

Teaching Period 1:

SP4103:06 Clinical Exercise Physiology 1

SP4104:06 Clinical Exercise Physiology 2

Teaching Period 2:

SP4108:06 Practicum in Clinical Exercise Physiology 2

SP4109:06 Practicum in Clinical Exercise Physiology 1

Campus

COURSE AVAILABLE AT

NOTES

Townsville

 

Candidature

Expected time to complete

5 years full-time or equivalent part-time

Maximum time to complete

11 years

Maximum leave of absence

1 year

Progression

Course progression requisites

Nil

Course includes mandatory professional placement(s)

This course includes prescribed professional or clinical placements. Students may be required to undertake such placements away from the campus at which they are enrolled, at their own expense. (Note: health professional courses generally involve extensive professional or clinical placements).

Further information about placements can be found at Enrolment Policy – Coursework Students.

Special assessment requirements

Refer to Review of a Student’s Suitability to Continue a Course Involving Placement policy.

Accreditation requirements

Students must successfully complete all subjects listed to be eligible for accreditation with Exercise and Sports Science Australia.

Maximum allowed Pass Conceded (PC) grade

Not permitted in any subjects taught by Institute of Sport and Exercise Science

Supplementary exam for final subject

Not applicable

Advanced Standing

Eligibility

Students may apply for advanced standing for previous tertiary study in accordance with the Advanced Standing and Articulation policy and associated procedures.

Maximum allowed

6 credit points

Currency

Advanced standing will be granted only for studies completed in the 10 years prior to the commencement of this course.

Expiry

Advanced standing gained for any subject shall be cancelled 20 years after the date of the examination upon which the advanced standing is based if, by then, the candidate has not completed the course of study prescribed for the degree.

Other restrictions

A maximum of 18 credit points of advanced standing may be granted at level 3 or 4.

Award Details

Award title

BACHELOR OF EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY (CLINICAL)

Approved abbreviation

BExPhysiol(Clin)

Inclusion of majors on testamur

Not applicable - this course does not have majors

Exit with lesser award

Students who have completed 24 credit points of their course award requirements, and withdraw from or fail to meet the requirements for progression in the later years, may be eligible for the award of Diploma of Tertiary Studies.

Course articulation

Not applicable

Honours

Honours availability

Available both within this course and as an additional 24 credit points of study

Eligibility

By invitation of the Head of School

Normally an overall grade point average of 5.0 (i.e. credit average) is required across their undergraduate degree and/or a grade point average of 5.0 in the third year of their undergraduate degree, with credits or better in specific discipline areas.  A minimum of a pass grade in a basic statistics subject is also required.