Bachelor of Health Science (Human Movement)/ Bachelor of Human Nutrition
Application deadlines: December 1, June 1
Intakes: February 11, August 5
International tuition: A$30,000
Domestic tuition: A$9,359
Combine a Bachelor of Health Science (Human Movement) and Bachelor of Nutrition at UC and you will: be ready to maximise athletic performance at the elite level gain strong knowledge of the theory and practice of coaching develop a sound scientific foundation in sport and build your knowledge of the core topics of the discipline of human movement and nutrition understand factors that influence eating behaviour and food responses master the research methods used by sports scientists and learn how to apply these to the design and conduct of scientific studies as well as write clinical reports and interpret results enhance your ability to apply your knowledge in a critical way to problems related to human nutrition and physical performance increase your understanding and application of the values and professional ethics in sports development and nutrition research.
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Admission Requirements Normal UC admission requirements to an undergraduate course. The normal UC requirements for admission to undergraduate degrees are based on an entrance rank. A rank can be achieved by the following means: Year 12 ATAR other Australian Qualification work Experience overseas Qualification Assumed Knowledge ACT: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematical Methods and Physics majors. NSW: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. English Language Requirements: Academic IELTS of 6.0 or equivalent, with no band score below 6.0
A UC Health Science (Human Movement)/Bachelor of Human Nutrition double degree opens doors in a range of sectors in the innovative world of sports and nutrition science as well as the education and health arenas, including: exercise physiology sports administration sports nutrition dietetics exercise scientist biomechanics policy development public health program co-ordination and welfare coaching biological and medical sciences rehabilitation services training and fitness instruction aged care research physical education health administration, promotion and research food regulation.
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