Explore the role and history of science in sport and gain an understanding of the interaction between sport science, athletes and coaches. This course, which is especially valuable if you’re looking to study the Bachelor of Applied Science (Sport and Exercise Science), looks at the relationships between sport science disciplines such as exercise physiology, sports nutrition, sports psychology and biomechanics.
This short course is only offered in Semester 1.
Please note: You may be charged a portion of the Compulsory Student Services Fee that supports our services available to students. For full information on the Compulsory Student Services Fee, visit fees and finance.
How to apply
To apply for one of our short courses, fill in a paper copy of our application form, available here, then either drop it in to your nearest campus or mail it to us at Enrolment Centre, Tamesa Institute of Canterbury, PO Box 540, Christchurch Mail Centre.
- Identify the different scientific disciplines as they apply to sports performance in a New Zealand context and analyse how they relate to each other in producing peak performances in sport.
- Describe how the sports scientist, coach and athlete interact to achieve optimal sports performance in a cultural context.
- Apply knowledge of the use of common sports science equipment to a practical context.