Graduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise
Southern Institute of Technology
Sport and Recreation Activities
Total student fees
over 1 Year - details
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About the course
What can I expect out of this qualification?
To Develop a broad theoretical knowledge in the fields of sport and recreation Develop an holistic understanding of sport and reaction and its importance to the community Recognise the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi to the new Zealand people and become aware of the implications of the treaty with respect to community and resource management in the fields of sport and recreation. Develop a range of practical expertise in the sport and recreation industry by developing a close working relationship with various organisations
Key Information for Students
Entry is open to degree graduates who have graduated successfully from a relevant Bachelor degree programme or can demonstrate equivalent, relevant, practical professional or educational experience in a related discipline. Knowledge in anatomy, physiology and nutrition is required.
See provider website for more details about entry to this qualification.
(what you pay)
Government tuition subsidy
(what the government pays)
A Compulsory Student Services Fee may be charged, see your provider for details.
National Graduate Outcomes
Outcomes for students who completed qualifications at the same level and in the same subject area, three years after completion:
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