The Honours degree normally requires one year of full-time study. It is offered by the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work.
Students who have completed to a sufficiently high standard, normally a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 5.25 or higher, a Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity degree, or an equivalent approved qualification, may apply to undertake an Honours degree in Sport, Health and Physical Activity.
In addition to meeting the required GPA, admission will depend upon the College being able to provide adequate resources to supervise and manage the proposed research project.
The Honours degree aims to:
Upon successful completion of the Honours degree students will be able to demonstrate:
To qualify for the Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity (Honours) degree a student must satisfactorily complete 36 units of study as specified in the program of study.
EDUC7120 Approaches to Research (Honours) (4.5 units)
EDUC7121 Honours Thesis Preparation (4.5 units)
EDUC7122 Honours Research Methods (9 units)
Select 18 units from the following:
HLPE7220 Honours Thesis (18 units)
HLPE7220A Honours Thesis (9/18 units)
HLPE7220B Honours Thesis (9/18 units)
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