Ngā mahi tātari tinana me te whakatairanga hauora Sport Science and Health Promotion

About Sports science and health promotion

The rapidly expanding areas of sport science and health offer a wide range of exciting career opportunities. These include roles such as working as a trainer, sport scientist or nutritionist to improve the performance of elite athletes; or as a community health promoter or nutritionist to improve the health and wellbeing of the general population.

Studying Sports science and health promotion

We offer certificates, diplomas, degrees and graduate diplomas in a range of areas related to sports science and health. Our degrees and graduate diplomas allow you to specialise in a particular area of interest.

Whatever you choice of programme, your study will equip you with up-to-date industry knowledge and real-world skills.

You'll gain the expertise needed to be effective in a wide range of disciplines including sports science, human nutrition, the promotion of good health and wellness, and the prevention of disease and injury. You’ll learn in new facilities which house modern teaching and learning spaces, laboratories, a recreation centre and a two-level sports venue.

Subjects

We offer degree-level qualifications in Sports science, Human nutrition and Health promotion. We also have a Certificate in Fitness.

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