Graduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science (Level 7)

Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec)
Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand
Postgraduate Diploma
Study mode
Full-time, Part-time
1 year
July February
Tuition fee (local)
Contact the university / college
Tuition fee (foreign)
USD 13,614

Entry Requirements

Admission requirements include:

  • Candidates are required to be a degree graduate from a New Zealand Institution or an approved and accredited overseas institution, or be able to demonstrate appropriate equivalent practical, professional or educational experience.
  • Where necessary, candidates will be required to submit supporting evidence on their qualification or a transcript from NZQA stating the equivalence of their qualification.
  • Candidates who have English as a second language are required to have an International English Language Test System (IELTS) score of 6.0, with no individual band score lower than 5.5 or equivalent.


  • Research Methods in Sport and Exercise
  • Skills for the Sport and Exercise Science
  • Coaching Pedagogy
  • Exercise Programming and Performance
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Sport and Exercise Biomechanics
  • Lifestyle, Nutrition and Health
  • Structural Kinesiology
  • Sport in Society
  • Motor Skill Acquisition
  • Applied Exercise Physiology
  • Exercise Programme Design
  • Biomechanical Applications in Sport and Exercise
  • Issues in Sport Psychology
  • Sport and Exercise Nutrition
  • Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
  • PE Curriculum Studies
  • Sport Management and Administration Skills
  • Biochemistry
  • Sport and Therapeutic Massage
  • Outdoor Education
  • Applied Sport Coaching
  • Physiological Preparation for Sport
  • Applied Physical Exercise Programming
  • Applied Biomechanics in Sport and Exercise
  • Applied Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • Nutrition and Metabolism in Sport
  • Assessment and Rehabilitation of Injuries
  • Research Topics in Sport Science
  • Exercise Prescription for Special Populations
  • Practicum
  • Directed Study
  • Community Nutrition and Health Promotion

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