Precedent Details

ECU Course: M89 Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science)

Version Number: 12
Precedent ID: 30751
Country: COUNTRY NOT STATED
Institution: AQF DIPLOMA (EQUIVALENT)
Pre-qualified Course Title: DIPLOMA (UNRELATED TO SPORT OR EXERCISE SCIENCES)

Specified Credit and Recognition of Prior Learning

ECU Unit(s)
MHS1101 (Anatomy and Physiology 1)
MHS1102 (Anatomy and Physiology 2)
NUT1121 (Human Nutrition)
SPS1111 (Foundations of Fitness and Training)
SPS1502 (Biomechanics)
Achievement Required

 

The following specific units are dependent on completing the corresponding units from the PSB Bridging Program listed below

ECU Unit Basis for Credit
MHS1101 Functional Anatomy
MHS1102 Physiology of Sport and Exercise
NUT1121 Sports and Exercise Nutrition
SPS1111 Principles of Weight Training
SPS1502 Biomechanics of Sport and Exercise
HST1120 Completion of PSB Bridging Program
SPS1210 Completion of PSB Bridging Program
SPS2615 Completion of PSB Bridging Program

Should the full PSB Bridging Program - and unrelated diploma studies - not be completed, the full amount of CRPL may not apply.

Unspecified Credit and Recognition of Prior Learning

No unspecified Credit and Recognition of Prior Learning found

Summary

Total credit points required for ECU course: 360
Credit points granted: Up to a maximum of 75
Total credit points required to complete ECU course: Minimum of 285
ECU course duration (in years, based on full-time enrolment): 3
Years to complete ECU course (in years, based on full-time enrolment): 2.5

Notes

Upon successful completion of an unrelated AQF Diploma (or equivalent international qualification) and relevant bridging course from PSB Academy, Singapore, up to 8 units (120 Credit Points) of Credit for Recognition of Prior Learning (CRPL) may be awarded into the M89.12.

Available only to offshore local/international students studying the Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science) with our offshore provider, PSB Academy.

NOTE: The Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science) is professionally accredited by Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) if the qualification is completed entirely within Australia.

Students graduating from the Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science) who have completed some of their study outside of Australia may not be eligible to register with ESSA.