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    • Human Sciences
      • Master of Applied Human Performance Science (coursework) (73570)
        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials and Communication and Research Skills modules

        2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

        (2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

        English Language competency requirements

        3.(1) To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        (2) Applicants presenting with the IELTS Academic require an overall score of at least 7.0 and no band less than 7.0.

        (3) Applicants presenting with the TOEFL iBT require an overall score of at least 94, a minimum score of 27 in the Writing section, a minimum score of 23 in the Speaking section, and no other sub-score less than 24.

        (4) Applicants presenting with the Pearson Test of English (PTE) (Academic)

        require an overall score of at least 65 and no sub-score less than 65.

        (5) Applicants presenting with the Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) test require an overall score of at least 185.

        (6) The UWA Centre for English Language Teaching (CELT) Bridging Course does not satisfy the English Language Competency requirements of this course.

        Admission requirements

        4.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

        (a) a relevant bachelor's degree, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA;

        and

        (b) the equivalent of a UWA weighted average mark of at least 60 per cent.

        (2) Applicants must compete for a place in Semester 1 if they have either;

        (a) a bachelor's degree that has been accredited by Exercise & Sport Science Australia at the 'Exercise Science' level;

        or

        (b) an official ESSA "Graduate Entry Assessment" letter that demonstrates equivalence with "Exercise Science" members.

        (3) All other applicants must compete for a place in Semester 2, and must have a relevant bachelor's degree that included foundation units in anatomy, functional anatomy, human physiology, biomechanics, exercise physiology and research methods/statistics.

        Admission ranking and selection

        5. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on—

        (a) the weighted average mark;

        and

        (b) the intake quota for that semester

        Articulations and exit awards

        6.(1) This course has the following exit awards:

        • 71240 Graduate Certificate in Applied Human Performance Science (24 points)
        • 71340 Graduate Diploma in Applied Human Performance Science (48 points)

        (2) A student who withdraws from the Master of Applied Human Performance Science course before completing it, and completes all units from the list below:

        SSEH5025 Nutrition for Human Performance

        SSEH5026 Exploring the Limits of Human Performance

        SSEH5027 Strength and Conditioning in Human Performance

        SSEH5025 Testing, Reporting and Interpreting in Human Performance

        , may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Certificate in Applied Human Performance Science.

        (3) A student who withdraws from the Master of Applied Human Performance Science course before completing it, and completes all units from the list below:

        SSEH5025 Nutrition for Human Performance

        SSEH5026 Exploring the Limits of Human Performance

        SSEH5027 Strength and Conditioning in Human Performance

        SSEH5025 Testing, Reporting and Interpreting in Human Performance

        and four from the list below:

        SSEH4633 Advanced Biomechanical Methods

        SSEH4644 Advanced Exercise Physiology

        SSEH4654 Advanced Concepts in Motor Control and Learning

        SSEH5475 Advanced Psychology of Sport

        SSEH5654 Fundamentals in Research Methods, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Applied Human Performance Science.

        Course structure

        7.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 96 points (maximum value) which include conversion units to a value of 24 points.

        (2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

        (3) Students who have completed (a) a bachelor's degree that has been accredited by Exercise & Sport Science Australia at the 'Exercise Science' level;

        or

        (b) a relevant bachelor degree and provided an official ESSA "Graduate Entry Assessment" letter that demonstrates equivalence with "Exercise Science" members;

        and

        (c) the equivalent of a UWA weighted average mark of at least 60 per cent are granted credit for conversion units up to a value of 24 points.

        Satisfactory progress

        8. To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        9. A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module) when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in Rule 8.

        Progress status

        10.(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances—

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 8 is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the second time under Rule 8 is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the third time under Rule 8 is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded'.

        11. A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 9 is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements in Rule 8.

        Award with distinction

        12. To be awarded the degree with distinction a student must achieve a course weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 80 per cent which is calculated based on—

        (a) all units above Level 3 attempted as part of the course that are awarded a final percentage mark;

        (b) all relevant units above Level 3 undertaken in articulating courses of this University that are awarded a final percentage mark;

        and

        (c) all units above Level 3 completed at this University that are credited to the master's degree course.

        Deferrals

        13. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).