The Bachelor of Sport Coaching and Development prepares students for employment in coaching, coach education, sport science and sport development.
Students will learn to apply a range of skills in the areas of athlete performance, sport management, fundamental sport science and advanced coaching sciences. The course places a focus on sport management subjects along with subjects addressing more advanced aspects of sport coaching and performance analysis.
Students will also complete core subjects in:
- human biosciences
- skill acquisition
- sport psychology
- talent identification
- and game development.
Sport coaching placements and internships will allow you to apply your theoretical knowledge to real-life situations. The Bachelor of Sport Coaching and Development also provides a pathway to a range of Allied Health Masters courses, including Sport Analytics, as well as Honours.
The Bachelor of Sport Coaching and Development is an alternative pathway for TAFE Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management/Diploma of Sport Development (Chisholm) to progress to university level study in Sport Coaching and Development.
The qualification awarded on graduation is recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) as Level 7.