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About this minor

High-Performance Sport represents the pinnacle context of sports science application.

You will learn:

  • How interdisciplinary factors influence high performance and the athletic development process.
  • To apply measurement and testing techniques to evaluate athletic performance.
  • To interpret athletic performance data, synthesise research evidence and practical knowledge, identify strategies/solutions to refine best practices, and design appropriate training/intervention programs.

Graduate opportunities

The minor aims to provide experience and preparation for the transitional step from undergraduate to post-graduate or potential industry employment.

The minor positions you to understand practitioner roles in High-Performance sport with the potential to develop a career as a multi-disciplinarian (e.g., a coach; program manager) or specialist sports scientist (e.g., physiologist, biomechanist, psychologist, skill-acquisitionist, strength & conditioner, nutritionist, or performance analyst).

Career pathways
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