Sports Psychology Courses

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The future looks bright for Bachelor of Sport Coaching (Management) graduates - with employment for sport coaches and specialist managers skyrocketing, this degree from ACPE can help make your dream reality. View course information
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The Bachelor of Sport Coaching (Strength & Conditioning) from the Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE) works to foster the coaching, administrative, and professional skills that are needed for a career in sport - perfect for those with passion both on and off the field. View course information
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The Australian College of Physical Education's Bachelor of Health Science (Exercise) is the degree for those that are looking to learn how the body functions with exercise - more specifically, enhancing their skills to support further studies in exercise physiology, physiotherapy, and more. View course information
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This Bachelor of Health Promotion qualification from Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE) is the right fit for those who are looking to pursue a career in health promotion - comprising studies of core health, health science, health promotion, and overall professional skills. View course information
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About Sports Psychology

Sports psychology looks at the interaction between the psychology of a human, and how they participate in sporting activities. This field is important in the world of sport, because the state of one’s mind can have a very large impact on how one performs in sport.

Sports Psychology Courses have much to offer both athletes themselves, as well as those training the athletes.

Sports Psychology Courses delve into the psychological issues present in sport – such as aggression and anxiety.

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