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Biokenetics_button2The Department has an exceptional multi-disciplinary team of lecturers and support staff with years of experience in;

  • Biokinetics
  • Sport Science
  • Kinderkinetics
  • Sport and Recreation Management

 Undergraduate Studies

 B Biokinetics programme:

The B Biokinetics programme, in its new format, will be presented from 2017.

 A Sport Development and Coaching degree:

The second programme to be launched is a sport development and coaching degree. Watch this space for more details!

Postgraduate Studies

The Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences also offer postgraduate studies.

Career opportunities

Biokinetics is an excellent career choice for the enthusiastic individual with compassion for others. A Biokineticist is involved in health care with emphasis on promotion and maintenance of health, physical functioning and physical abilities, prevention of certain ailments and sports injuries, rehabilitation of certain ailments and sports injuries, improvement of overall skills and sports performance.

Career opportunities are available in a range of settings, including private practice, rehabilitation units, schools for children with special needs, corporate sector, local authorities, industry, elite and professional sports teams, SA National Defence Force, police and correctional facilities.  

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