SCL1002 - Exercise Physiology
RBM1528 - Human Physiology 2
|1.||Adapt their understanding of the physiological mechanisms to gauge the acute responses to exercise and chronic adaptations to training;|
|2.||Evaluate the role played by the responses of the different systems on human health and human performances;|
|3.||Analyse, interpret, and discuss results from exercise physiology experiments; and|
|4.||Critically analyse the scientific literature in the area of exercise physiology.|
|Essay||Short essay covering theoretical and practical knowledge (assessed within the first six weeks of semester)||17.5%|
|Essay||Three short essays covering theoretical and practical knowledge (3 x 17.5%; assessed between week 6 and week 11 of semester)||52.5%|
|Examination||Final examination (Short/long answer and multiple choice questions)||30%|
Exercise Physiology: Theory and application to fitness and performance (9th Ed.)
Powers & Howley (2014).
New York: McGraw Hill.
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