Restructuring the Bachelor of Exercise Science degree to meet industry needs
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This paper examines the restructuring the Bachelor of Exercise Science at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia over a fifteen-year period. The resulting changes have provided students with an improved educational experience through greater choice in course selection to meet their individual academic objectives. This case study emphasizes the importance of regular reviews to ensure university programs remain responsive to student interests and, most importantly, meet the needs of industry and employing groups.
Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education
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