Department of Exercise Sciences


Master of Science

The Master of Science (MSc) is a one-year full-time or two-year part-time programme and consists of a 120-point thesis only. Applicants must have departmental approval and a thesis supervisor before enrolment.

Students who have completed the BSc (Hons.) or the Postgraduate Diploma in Science or any other equivalent qualification, may choose to progress to a Master of Science degree.

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Master of Science: Exercise Sciences


The Master of Science degree consists of a one year research thesis totaling 120 points in EXERSCI 796.

To be eligible for entry to this programme, students will have attained a B- average in at least 90 points taken for the qualifying programme. At least 75 of these points must be in 700 level courses.

The Masters programme will be preceded by either a one year Bachelors Honours degree or a Postgraduate Diploma.

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Master of Science: Clinical Exercise Physiology


The taught Master of Science: Clinical Exercise Physiology consists of a one-year (120 points) programme of course work and practical training. The new specialisation combines and replaces the previously offered specialisations in Exercise Rehabilitation and Cardiac Rehabilitation.

To be eligible for entry to this programme, students will have attained a B- grade average in at least 90 points taken from the PGDipSci: Clinical Exercise Physiology programme.

The programme will be preceded by a BSc in Exercise Sciences, Sport and Exercise Science and a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Exercise Physiology, or equivalent, as approved by the Head of Department, and EXERSCI 302 or SPORTSCI 302 Exercise Physiology for Special Populations, or equivalent.

Exercise is the new medicine

Our new video explores the options available to students contemplating studying the Master of Science: Clinical Exercise Physiology. 

 

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