Sports Science Physiology, Psychology, Biomechanics
Our Sports Science class introduces students to the important role of Sports Science in elite sport.
Our students will be introduced to the scientific study of physiology, psychology, biomechanics, nutrition, and understanding the social role of sport and exercise in social policy, ethics and philosophy.
The class will cover:
- Anatomy for Sport and Exercise
- Fitness and Assessment
- Human Movement and Skill in Sport
- Introduction to Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Physiology for Human Movement
- The Sport and Exercise Practitioner
Our outcomes for this class are:
- Develop critical thinking, analytical and problem solving skills
- Improve verbal, written communication and research skills
- Interpret and apply complex information
- Start thinking about future academic and career options
Outcomes Critical Analysis
All our classes are designed to prepare students for the future.
We apply “critical thinking” techniques to all of our academic classes in order to enhance our students learning. Critical thinking is an important skill, not just for writing essays, but also for preparing for university/job interviews, as well as future life decisions.
Critical Thinking Skills Development
Through philosophy and psychology of health and exercise our students will develop critical thinking skills. They will also examine the social role of sport including, determining policies, being socially inclusive and getting things right by ethical management.