Fast facts

Course type: Graduate entry
Availability (full-time or part-time): 1 year full-time (equivalent part-time)
Location: On campus


The Bachelor of Letters enables you to follow your interests and aspirations and enhance your career prospects.

The Sports Performance Coaching stream will enable you to:

  • use appropriate programming that targets strength, power, hypertrophy and muscular endurance
  • apply the principles of sport coaching
  • evaluate existing resistance programs and make modifications if required
  • explain the link between movement analysis of a chosen sport and the need to perform physiological testing
  • demonstrate knowledge of how physiological testing fits into the annual plan of strength and conditioning coaches
  • implement and interpret the results of a variety of field based physiological tests
  • prescribe exercise as a result of field based physiological testing
  • design a strength and conditioning program for a chosen team or individual
  • identify the physiological demands of various sports and apply principles of strength and conditioning to improve athletes physiological functioning
  • demonstrate knowledge of how skills in sport are acquired and can be improved to enhance performance
  • demonstrate knowledge of a further area of interest relevant to sport performance (skill acquisition, biomechanics or psychology).

What will I study?

Course rule to be published.

Entry requirements

Applicants must hold an approved bachelor degree or equivalent qualification.


Domestic students
SATAC code: 2BG020
Mid year entry: Yes





International students
CRICOS code: This course is not available to international students
Mid year entry: This course is not available to international students

This course is not available to international students


Annual fees

CourseDomestic studentsInternational students
Bachelor of Letters (Sports Performance Coaching) (Graduate Entry)

Place type: Commonwealth supported

2017: $6,851

This course is not available to international students