Bachelor of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation
Explore the complexities of human movement; develop a broad understanding of the human body and learn how to help those who are injured or physically impaired get their lives back on track – with the Bachelor of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation from University of Canberra.
CRICOS Code: 078923A
Admission to this course is based on an entrance rank. A rank can be achieved by the following means:
- Year 12 ATAR
- other Australian Qualification
- work experience
- overseas qualification
English Language Requirements
- IELTS Band: 6
In this 4-year, full time course, you will gain valuable knowledge and understanding of a variety of health and medical issues afflicting patients across a diverse range of age groups and demographics.
You’ll also develop in-depth clinical and analytical skills and explore beyond the physical to discover how exercise as a medicine positively affects the mental and emotional recovery of each patient.
During your time at UC, you’ll also undertake regular Work Integrated Learning (WIL), in the form of professional internships where you will gain valuable experience by using your skills and knowledge in real-life situations.
Throughout this course, you’ll also be regularly visited by industry specialists and leaders offering excellent opportunities to network and expand your industry contacts.
Study our Bachelor of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation from University of Canberra and you will:
- gain a deeper understanding of the human body
- be able to identify degenerative changes and disease states
- develop technical skills to address the needs of clients in a clinical rehabilitation setting
- acquire abilities to prevent and manage chronic disease and injury in cardiopulmonary, neuromuscular, musculoskeletal and metabolic conditions
- have the qualifications to be recognised and accepted as an allied health professional
- be recognised as an allied health professional
- open the door for further studies including, honours, masters and Doctorate
- Systemic Anatomy and Physiology
- Regional Anatomy and Physiology
- Research and Professional Practice
- Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Sports Medicine
Graduates of this course will be qualified and ready to work as an exercise physiologist in public and private health sectors including areas such as:
- Chronic disease
- Rehabilitation service provider
- Fitness industry
- Strength and conditioning
- Workplace health/corporate health
- Aged care
Interested? Get started today!
University of Canberra, ACT 2601 Australia, Switchboard +61 2 6201 5111
CRICOS number: University of Canberra / University of Canberra College #00212K,
The University of Canberra is located on Ngunnawal Country