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Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology

  • Masters (Coursework)

Expand your knowledge of clinical exercise physiology across target pathologies and population groups.

Key details

Degree Type
Masters (Coursework)
Duration
6 months full-time
Course Code
MC-CEXPHY
Study Mode
In person

About this course

This course has been developed to provide graduates with the opportunity to expand their knowledge in the field of clinical exercise physiology across a range of target pathologies and population groups. Students are provided with advanced theoretical knowledge, contemporary clinical experience and research opportunities for the development of quality improvement programs for exercise rehabilitation in a clinical setting.

Study locations

Perth

What you will learn

  • Apply clinical exercise physiology principles and approaches in the treatment and management of persons at high risk of developing, or with existing chronic and complex clinical presentations drawing upon current research to guide clinical decision making
  • Incorporate creativity and initiative to formulate, implement and critically evaluate effective exercise physiology practice
  • Source and synthesise complex information and evidence using a range of technologies; apply professional and independent judgement to exercise physiology practice
  • Exemplify highly developed communication and technical skills, both written and verbal, to effectively design, apply and justify professional practice with clients, health professionals and stakeholders
  • Integrate appropriate technologies to create, amend and validate exercise interventions and professional decisions based on scientific evidence and clinical reasoning
  • Apply a commitment to professional and personal development in the field of clinical exercise through educational engagement and on-going learning, self-evaluation of practice, and advocacy for exercise physiology
  • Understand and promote a global health care perspective in regards to exercise physiology practice
  • Support and respect individual human rights and cultural diversity in regards to exercise physiology services within a variety of settings
  • Independently and through inter-professional working relationships, apply professional and ethical skills and behaviour across a range of professional settings

Graduate outcomes

Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Health Services & Support courses at Curtin University.
86%
Overall satisfaction
83.3%
Skill scale
74.7%
Teaching scale
74.4%
Employed full-time
$75k
Average salary