92524 Health and Lifespan Development6cp; 2hpw (interactive activities/modules, online), 1hpw (tutorial, on campus), 5hpw (independent learning).
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
This subject examines the cognitive, psychosocial and physical domains of human development in the context of sport and exercise. Students explore the changes that occur within human beings from birth to death. Specifically, students investigate the effects of age, gender, ethnicity and culture on health and development. Students engage with pre-class learning activities, case study discussions, tutorials and lectures with a focus on developing a strong theoretical understanding, as well as developing proficiency in evaluating practical real-world scenarios and applying knowledge related to health and lifespan development.
Spring session, Moore Park precinct
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125