Department of Exercise Sciences
Welcome to the Department of Exercise Sciences
We bring together expertise in the Exercise Sciences through the disciplines of human physiology, psychology, biomechanics and movement neuroscience. Study with us and you will have some exciting career opportunities. Find out more by visiting our department.
First Exercise Physiology Practitioner with CEP accreditation
30 May 2016Professional staff member and Clinical Exercise Physiologist Chloe Davidson, recently completed her Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology, which means she is now an accredited professional due to the programme being officially recognised by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP).
Orientation information for Exercise Sciences students Event as iCalendar
28 February 2017Information about orientation for Undergraduate (28 Feb) and Postgraduate students (3 March) studying the Exercise Sciences.
Ihaka lectures 2017: Expressing yourself with R (Science Event Tags, Conferences, Lectures, Seminars, Department of Statistics) Event as iCalendar
08 March 2017Launching our 2017 Ihaka Lecture Series, Hadley Wickham will discuss R as a language, a medium of communication between you and the computer, and you and other programmers.
An online prepatory course is available for students enrolling in BIOSCI 107
14 November 2016An online course is being offered to assist students enrollling in the mandatory BIOSCI 107 course (for students studying a BSC Exercise Sciences major). For students who do not have a strong background in biology or chemistry, this is the course for you.
Applications for 2017 - change in name of major and course code from Sport and Exercise Science (SPORTSCI) to "Exercise Sciences" (EXERSCI).
29 August 2016From 2017 the Department of Exercise Sciences major will change from Sport and Exercise Science to "Exercise Sciences" and the course codes will change to: EXERSCI – course code numbers remain unchanged.