Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology

University of New England (UNE)

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00003G

This is a multidisciplinary program that develops a comprehensive understanding of the scientific and applied aspects of sport, exercise and health. It includes core studies in human structure, function and behaviour before further study on the acute and chronic physiological and psychological responses to exercise in healthy individuals and those with chronic and complex health conditions. In the first three years of study, analytical, technical and professional skills are developed in the areas of movement analysis, health and fitness assessment and exercise training for health and performance. The final year of study provides advanced training in chronic disease management, functional conditioning and clinical practice. Graduates are recognised for their expertise in the clinical application of exercise-based rehabilitation.


192 credit points (equivalent to 32 standard units) including core units, a choice of listed units, and 500 hours of workplace experience.


  • Clinical exercise physiology

Standard entry requirements

Year 12 or equivalent. Assumed knowledge: Mathematics. Recommended studies: Biology and/or Chemistry.

Study pathways

Students may be eligible for credit (advanced standing) for previously completed studies. Students who successfully complete this course may be eligible to continue to an honours year. An exit pathway is available for eligible students.

Study information

Campus Fees Mid year intake Attendance
Armidale International: $117,600 No No information available

Further information

All students must have a WorkCover approved Senior First Aid certificate prior to completing the first trimester of candidature.

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