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Bachelors Recreation and Sport 2018 for International Applicants

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Information for International applicants Napier Campus

Want to turn your passion for sport and exercise into a career packed STUDENT PROFILE
full of physical activity? Well, with a degree in Recreation and Sport
that’s exactly what you’ll get as you immerse yourself in sports Rynold Timothy | India
development and research, performance and management.
When you’ve graduated with a BRS you could find yourself in a “The Bachelor of Recreation and Sport is very
gym, a sports science lab, or out on the field coaching or managing interactive. The teachers are highly qualified, motivating
individuals and teams as they strive to be the best they can in the and friendly and they have helped me without any
sport and fitness world. hesitation.”
You’ll acquire a wide range of skills for communicating, negotiating,
researching and problem-solving with people from all walks of life, Qualification Bachelor of Recreation and Sport
from the serious sports professional to the casual gym-goer.
Programme level Level 7
Length Three years
The Bachelor of Recreation & Sport (BRS) provides pathways and
employment possibilities across the sport and recreation landscape. Some
possibilities include:

Lifestyle & Health Promotion
Consultation and Exercise Prescription, Corporate Wellness Consultant,
Special Needs Facilitator, Community Health Consultant

Fitness & Conditioning
Business wner, Personal Trainer, Group Fitness Instructor, Massage
therapy, Team Trainer

Sports Administration & Management
Sports Co-ordinator, Development Officer, Regional Co-ordinator, Player
Liaison, Administrator, Sponsor Manager

Sports Coaching & Leadership
Coach, Coach Educator, Sports Co-ordinator, Team Manager, Player Liaison,
Player Life-Skills Coach, Referee / Official

Community Recreation Management
Recreation Officer, Recreation Programmer, Special Needs Programmer,
Facility Management

Sport Science & Support
Mental Skills Analysis Trainer, Exercise Physiologist, Biomechanist, Team
Trainer/Conditioner, Massage Therapist, Research Technician


$ $ Start dates 19 Feb, 23 July
$45,343 Fees NZ$ 22,100 per year
Median earnings five years 6.0 (academic) with no band score lower
Median earnings two year after study IELTS requirements than 5.5 or equivalent.
after study
Total credits 360 credits (120 credits per year)

Job opportunities Employment rate two years Class times Classes are scheduled between 8.00am and
after study 5.00pm Monday - Friday. Approximately four
AVERAGE Study hours classroom hours per course per week
74% Location
POOR GOOD Approximately two hours for each
Employment rate two years classroom hour
after study


The Bachelor of Recreation and Sport (BRS) programme is a full-time, The BRS is a 360 degree credit programme consisting of 11
three year programme that offers stimulating degree studies, while compulsory courses and 25 optional courses, allowing the student the
providing a pathway for a professional qualification in sport and flexibility to study many areas within Recreation and Sport.
The programme enables graduates to enter employment in the sport, YEAR ONE CREDITS
fitness and recreation industry with a sound knowledge of:
• Anatomy and physiology, Compulsory Courses 15
• Exercise and sport science, BRS5.115 Anatomy and Physiology 15
• Nutrition and health BRS5.116 Kinesiology 15
• Sport coaching BRS5.20 Leadership and Coaching 15
• Business studies, BRS5.21 Movement Education 15
• Research and professional practice skills. BRS5.26 Principles of Physical Training 15
BRS5.36 Physical Fitness Assessment 15
This programme is designed to develop: BRS5.45 Nutrition, Activity and Health 15
• Technical skills related to recreation and sport science. BRS5.51 Te Aranga Ake Recreation and Sport Landscapes
• Communication skills necessary for negotiation, coaching, scientific
and management level presentations.
• Research skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills necessary Compulsory Courses 15
BRS6.57 Recreation and Sport in Society 15
to evaluate new information, concepts and evidence from a range of BRS6.21 Understanding Research
sources. Optional Courses 15
• Professional skills which meet the needs of industry and society/ BRS6.01 Exercise and Sport Physiology 15
communities, and that will enable graduates to continue to BRS6.15 Lifestyle Education 15
consolidate, apply and extend their knowledge. BRS6.25 Psychology of Health and Sport 15
BRS6.45 Applied Nutrition 15
FACILITIES BRS6.66 Biomechanical Analysis of Human Movement 15
BRS.6.75 Physical Conditioning 15
Practical studies take place in the Pettigrew Green Arena Hawke’s Bay. CSHM5.02 Massage Practice 2 15
These facilities include a practical teaching space, an exercise science NZDB500 Accounting Principles 15
laboratory, a theatre for lectures and presentations for up to 80 people, MGMT5.01 Introduction to Management 15
changing rooms, consulting rooms, office and administration area, and a MGMT6.02 Design and Improving Operations 15
massage room. Students complement their studies with access to the EIT MKTY6.05 Branding 15
Sport Science laboratory, for advanced testing. MKTY6.06 Marketing Communication 15
ARENA GYM ITPM6.310 Project Management 15
Included in the enrolment for the Bachelor of Recreation and Sport is a MGMT6.04 Organisational Behaviour
user agreement to the gym facilities. Further details will be provided on BN5.706 Human Development and Behaviour 15
acceptance into the programme. Related to Health 15
BN5.708 Promoting Health and Wellness 15
ENTRY CRITERIA COSW5.01 Human Development


Students must have successfully completed degree standard Compulsory Courses 15
qualifications. BRS7.11 Whakawatea Industry Cooperative
Optional Courses 15
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS BRS7.01 Applied Exercise and Sport Physiology 15
BRS7.22 Community Health 15
Students are required to have attained an acceptable level BRS7.21 Recreation and Community 15
of English language fluency. This may be demonstrated in a BRS7.35 Special Topic in Recreation and Sport 15
variety of ways, including successful study in English, approved BRS7.66 Applied Sports Biomechanics 15
scores on TOEFL or IELTS (6.0 Academic) with no band score MGMT7.01 Strategic Management
lower than 5.5 or equivalent. or equivalent, or completion of an (Offered BBS/BRS Concurrent Degree only) 15
EIT Hawke’s Bay assessment (ELPT). MGMT7.04 Strategic Operations Management 15
MGMT7.07 Career Management
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