Sports, Exercise, and Health Science (SEHS) is an experimental science course combining academic study with practical and investigative skills. SEHS explores the science underpinning physical performance and provides the opportunity to apply these principles.
The course incorporates the disciplines of anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, psychology, and nutrition. Students cover core and option topics and conduct practical (experimental) investigations in laboratory and field settings. The course offers a deeper understanding of the issues related to sports in the 21st century and addresses the international dimension and ethics related to the individual and global context.
SEHS prepares students interested in pursuing higher or further education related to sports, fitness, and health.