Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this programme, students should be able to:

PLO 1:

Apply an integrated knowledge of exercise physiology, motor control, biomechanics and nutrition to problems related to physical inactivity and health in diverse populations by using an evidence-based approach

PLO 2:

Critically evaluate the role of human movement and physical activity in aspects of prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of lifestyle-mediated chronic diseases

PLO 3:

Demonstrate an understanding of the acute responses and chronic adaptations of the body to physical activity and human movement

PLO 4:

Adopt a range of approaches and techniques for the assessment of physical activity and health-related fitness

PLO 5:

Demonstrate the utility of a multidisciplinary approach in kinesiology to improve health and human performance at both an individual and population level

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