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EXERSCI 207

: Sport Psychology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An introduction to the study of psychology as it relates to human behaviour and performance in sport settings. Key concepts include achievement motivation, individual differences, performing under pressure, psychological skills training, team dynamics, and their relationships to human motor behaviour and performance.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 45 points passed at Stage I or II
Restriction: EXERSCI 304, SPORTSCI 304
952

EXERSCI 271

: Advanced Exercise Assessment and Prescription
2023 Semester Two (1235)
This theoretical and workplace-based course integrates behavioural competencies in the application of advanced physical fitness assessment and design, and implementation of evidence-based, effective and individualised exercise programmes for the maintenance of health and physical fitness in apparently healthy individuals. Supervised practice of not less than 70 hours is provided.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 45 points: EXERSCI 101, 103, 105
953

EXERSCI 271

: Advanced Exercise Assessment and Prescription
2022 Semester Two (1225)
This theoretical and workplace-based course integrates behavioural competencies in the application of advanced physical fitness assessment and design, and implementation of evidence-based, effective and individualised exercise programmes for the maintenance of health and physical fitness in apparently healthy individuals. Supervised practice of not less than 70 hours is provided.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 45 points: EXERSCI 101, 103, 105
954

EXERSCI 301

: Exercise Physiology 2
2023 Semester One (1233)
Systemic physiological responses and adaptations to exercise training and physical inactivity relevant to selected athletic and medical populations and across the lifespan. Skills will be developed in the interpretation of experimental methods and findings in human exercise physiology.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from EXERSCI 201, MEDSCI 205, SPORTSCI 201
Restriction: SPORTSCI 301
955

EXERSCI 301

: Exercise Physiology 2
2022 Semester One (1223)
Systemic physiological responses and adaptations to exercise training and physical inactivity relevant to selected athletic and medical populations and across the lifespan. Skills will be developed in the interpretation of experimental methods and findings in human exercise physiology.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from EXERSCI 201, MEDSCI 205, SPORTSCI 201
Restriction: SPORTSCI 301
956

EXERSCI 301

: Exercise Physiology 2
2021 Semester One (1213)
Biological regulation of the adaptation to physical exercise or inactivity. Homeostasis regulation and the adaptation of the cardiopulmonary, endocrine and immune systems to exercise and training. Evaluation of neuromuscular power and aerobic power and endurance in healthy individuals. Reporting of experimental methods and findings in human exercise physiology.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from EXERSCI 201, MEDSCI 205, SPORTSCI 201
Restriction: SPORTSCI 301
957

EXERSCI 301

: Exercise Physiology 2
2020 Semester One (1203)
Biological regulation of the adaptation to physical exercise or inactivity. Homeostasis regulation and the adaptation of the cardiopulmonary, endocrine and immune systems to exercise and training. Evaluation of neuromuscular power and aerobic power and endurance in healthy individuals. Reporting of experimental methods and findings in human exercise physiology.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: EXERSCI 201 or SPORTSCI 201
Restriction: SPORTSCI 301
958

EXERSCI 302

: Exercise Physiology for Special Populations
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Examination of the role of exercise for special populations. Physiological responses and adaptations to exercise and training, and exercise and training recommendations for selected medical and athletic populations. Evaluation of cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic and neuromuscular function.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: EXERSCI 301 or SPORTSCI 301
Restriction: SPORTSCI 302
959

EXERSCI 302

: Exercise Physiology for Special Populations
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Examination of the role of exercise for special populations. Physiological responses and adaptations to exercise and training, and exercise and training recommendations for selected medical and athletic populations. Evaluation of cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic and neuromuscular function.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: EXERSCI 301 or SPORTSCI 301
Restriction: SPORTSCI 302
960

EXERSCI 303

: Biomechanics 2
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Advanced quantitative techniques in biomechanics used to study human movement including mathematical modelling and signal processing. An application area such as occupational ergonomics or clinical gait analysis will be used to demonstrate the biomechanical techniques.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from ENGGEN 121, PHYSICS 160, EXERSCI 203, SPORTSCI 203
Restriction: SPORTSCI 303
961

EXERSCI 303

: Biomechanics 2
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Advanced quantitative techniques in biomechanics used to study human movement including mathematical modelling and signal processing. An application area such as occupational ergonomics or clinical gait analysis will be used to demonstrate the biomechanical techniques.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from ENGGEN 121, PHYSICS 160, EXERSCI 203, SPORTSCI 203
Restriction: SPORTSCI 303
962

EXERSCI 303

: Biomechanics 2
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Advanced quantitative techniques in biomechanics used to study human movement including mathematical modelling and signal processing. An application area such as occupational ergonomics or clinical gait analysis will be used to demonstrate the biomechanical techniques.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from ENGGEN 121, PHYSICS 160, EXERSCI 203, SPORTSCI 203
Restriction: SPORTSCI 303
963

EXERSCI 303

: Biomechanics 2
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Advanced quantitative techniques in biomechanics used to study human movement including mathematical modelling and signal processing. An application area such as occupational ergonomics or clinical gait analysis will be used to demonstrate the biomechanical techniques.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: EXERSCI 203 or SPORTSCI 203
Restriction: SPORTSCI 303
964

EXERSCI 304

: Sport Psychology
2023 Semester Two (1235)
The study of psychology as it relates to human behaviour and performance in sport settings. Key concepts include achievement motivation, individual differences, performing under pressure, psychological skills training, team dynamics, and their relationships to human motor behaviour and performance.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: EXERSCI 204 or SPORTSCI 204, or 45 points passed at Stage II or III
Restriction: EXERSCI 207, SPORTSCI 304
965

EXERSCI 304

: Sport Psychology
2022 Semester Two (1225)
The study of psychology as it relates to human behaviour and performance in sport settings. Key concepts include achievement motivation, individual differences, performing under pressure, psychological skills training, team dynamics, and their relationships to human motor behaviour and performance.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: EXERSCI 204 or SPORTSCI 204, or 45 points passed at Stage II or III
Restriction: EXERSCI 207, SPORTSCI 304
966

EXERSCI 304

: Sport Psychology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Examination of psychological factors affecting behaviour and performance in exercise and sport. The individual performer is the major consideration, but group influences on individual performance are also considered.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: EXERSCI 204 or SPORTSCI 204, or 45 points passed at Stage II or III
Restriction: SPORTSCI 304
967

EXERSCI 305

: Movement Neuroscience
2023 Semester One (1233)
Examines brain and spinal cord organisation and function related to movement, and the neurological mechanisms involved in the planning, execution and control of movement in health and disease. Introduces the concept of neural plasticity as it relates to motor skill learning and recovery after injury in both healthy and neurologically impaired populations. An understanding of human anatomy at the level covered in EXERSCI 103 will also be assumed.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from EXERSCI 201, 205, MEDSCI 206, 309, 320, PSYCH 202, SPORTSCI 201
Restriction: SPORTSCI 305
968

EXERSCI 305

: Movement Neuroscience
2022 Semester One (1223)
Examines brain and spinal cord organisation and function related to movement, and the neurological mechanisms involved in the planning, execution and control of movement in health and disease. Introduces the concept of neural plasticity as it relates to motor skill learning and recovery after injury in both healthy and neurologically impaired populations. An understanding of human anatomy at the level covered in EXERSCI 103 will also be assumed.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from EXERSCI 201, 205, MEDSCI 206, 309, 320, PSYCH 202, SPORTSCI 201
Restriction: SPORTSCI 305
969

EXERSCI 305

: Movement Neuroscience
2021 Semester One (1213)
Examines brain and spinal cord organisation and function related to movement, and the neurological mechanisms involved in the planning, execution and control of movement in health and disease. Introduces the concept of neural plasticity as it relates to motor skill learning and recovery after injury in both healthy and neurologically impaired populations. An understanding of human anatomy at the level covered in EXERSCI 103 will also be assumed.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from EXERSCI 201, MEDSCI 206, 309, 320, PSYCH 202, SPORTSCI 201
Restriction: SPORTSCI 305
970

EXERSCI 305

: Movement Neuroscience
2020 Semester One (1203)
Examines brain and spinal cord organisation and function related to movement, and the neurological mechanisms involved in the planning, execution and control of movement in health and disease. Introduces the concept of neural plasticity as it relates to motor skill learning and recovery after injury in both healthy and neurologically impaired populations. An understanding of human anatomy at the level covered in EXERSCI 103 will also be assumed.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: EXERSCI 101 or SPORTSCI 101 and 15 points from EXERSCI 201, MEDSCI 206, PSYCH 202, SPORTSCI 201
Restriction: SPORTSCI 305
971

EXERSCI 307

: Psychology of Physical Activity
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Introduction to the study of psychology as it relates to physical activity, sedentary behaviour and health. Key concepts include exercise motivation, mental health benefits of exercise, models of behaviour change, intervention design, special populations, and the relationship to the underlying neurophysiology and implications for physical activity behaviour.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 45 points passed at Stage II or III
Restriction: EXERSCI 204, SPORTSCI 204
972

EXERSCI 307

: Psychology of Physical Activity
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Introduction to the study of psychology as it relates to physical activity, sedentary behaviour and health. Key concepts include exercise motivation, mental health benefits of exercise, models of behaviour change, intervention design, special populations, and the relationship to the underlying neurophysiology and implications for physical activity behaviour.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 45 points passed at Stage II or III
Restriction: EXERSCI 204, SPORTSCI 204
973

EXERSCI 309

: Project in Exercise Sciences
2023 Semester Two (1235)
A supervised individual practical project in a clinical or other research laboratory setting to explore and assess how science underpins practical skills.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points at Stage II or III in Exercise Sciences and Departmental approval
Restriction: SPORTSCI 309 To complete this course students must enrol in EXERSCI 309 A and B, or EXERSCI 309
974

EXERSCI 309

: Project in Exercise Sciences
2023 Semester One (1233)
A supervised individual practical project in a clinical or other research laboratory setting to explore and assess how science underpins practical skills.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points at Stage II or III in Exercise Sciences and Departmental approval
Restriction: SPORTSCI 309 To complete this course students must enrol in EXERSCI 309 A and B, or EXERSCI 309
975

EXERSCI 309

: Project in Exercise Sciences
2023 Summer School (1230)
A supervised individual practical project in a clinical or other research laboratory setting to explore and assess how science underpins practical skills.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points at Stage II or III in Exercise Sciences and Departmental approval
Restriction: SPORTSCI 309 To complete this course students must enrol in EXERSCI 309 A and B, or EXERSCI 309