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Master of Strength and Conditioning

Postgraduate | USQ-SCN-MAS | 2024

Unlock maximum athletic potential in elite sports

Deep dive into advanced topics on reducing the risk of injury and improving athletic performance. Through research or coursework, you’ll explore techniques that aid athletes to excel. Learn to communicate and lead in the field of elite sports.

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Online & on-campus
100% online
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2 years full time or part time equivalent
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Master of Strength and Conditioning

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Career opportunities

Graduates can find work within high-performance settings such as sport schools, academies and institutes of sport, law enforcement, military and rescue professions, universities, youth athlete development programs, or work within community sport and recreation programs that specialise in strength and conditioning and physical performance optimisation. Career progression from Strength and Conditioning coach to Strength and Conditioning Lead or Director of Strength and Conditioning.

Professional recognition

Successfully completing the Master of Strength and Conditioning supports your application for accreditation as a strength and conditioning coach with the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA), which is endorsed by Sport Australia

Career outlook

Exercise Physiologists:
Unknown average
Fitness Instructors:
Unknown average
$75K to $93K
Sports Coaches, Instructors and Officials:
$60K to $74K

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