A snapshot of the Bachelor of Applied Fitness
- Course duration
3 years full time or part time equivalent
- Study mode
Face to face with selected subjects available online
- Online learning
Selected subjects available online
Online subjects are taught with a viable cohort of students. If the cohort is not the right size for interactive learning students may be asked to attend on campus.
4 March 2019
FEE-HELP approved (for domestic students)
Payment plans & upfront payment available
Tuition payment arrangements must be confirmed upon admission to the college.
- Transfer credit
An applicant may apply for an assessment of their prior learning at the time of applying for entry to an award course of the college.
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An overview of the Bachelor of Applied Fitness.
About the course
Previously, Australia's rapidly-growing fitness industry required vocational qualifications as an entry point. The Bachelor of Applied Fitness incorporates this vocational requirement while delivering a higher level of qualification - namely, an undergraduate degree.
The Bachelor of Applied Fitness combines the theory and practice of the field - motivation and learning, ethics, communication, and administration are each balanced with the 'hard yard' demands of practical training.
Designed by professional fitness association members, providers of current industry accreditation, and academics with industry experience, the Bachelor of Applied Fitness is divided into four strands.
- Fitness Studies
- Fitness Science
- Vocational Education Training (VET) and Management
- Professional Skill Development
Begin your fitness and personal training career
This qualification provides a superior gateway to such lucrative growth areas as personal training, corporate health, special needs training, fitness writing, and event presentation. It can also open doors to further study and research in fitness and health-related fields.
The degree is made up of the following courses
- Health promotion and fitness improvement strategies for the general population and special needs groups
- Fitness Management
- Human Anatomy