Master of Exercise Science - Strength and Conditioning

Edith Cowan University ECU

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00279B

This coursework degree provides sports science or related graduates an opportunity for advanced study and to enhance their training in the field of strength and conditioning.


  • 9 Units
  • 180 Credit Points.


  • Research and Computer Methods in Strength and Conditioning
  • Strength and Conditioning 1 - Physiology
  • Strength and Conditioning 2 - Biomechanics
  • Applied Biomechanics in Strength and Conditioning
  • Strength and Conditioning - Practicum
  • Physiological Tests for Elite Athletes
  • plus more

Standard entry requirements

University admission requirements apply. All applicants are required to have successfully completed a Bachelor degree in Sports Science, Human Movement, Physical Education, Exercise Physiology, Kinesiology or a similar program of study. In particular, an undergraduate background in human anatomy and physiology is required. Alternatively applicants can apply if they possess a Bachelor degree in another area and have demonstrated strength and conditioning experience, at the discretion of the Course Coordinator.


This course has been Recognised by Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA) and National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

Study pathways

Students interested in completing a PhD in Exercise Science should consider the Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated).

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Joondalup Domestic: $28,350
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Further information

Non-Standard Timetable: SPSS6105 - Students are required to attend an intensive two-week workshop held at the Joondalup campus. Related careers: Personal Trainer, Sports Coach, Strength and Conditioning Coach (at amateur and elite level).

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