The Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science can lead to roles as an accredited exercise scientist (AES), strength and conditioning coach, athletic/sport program coordinator and various positions as a health and fitness consultant, working in corporate and community settings as well as a wide range of other professional outcomes available to graduates.
The exercise and sports science workforce play an important role in empowering others to engage in active and healthier lifestyle. Sports scientists in Australia can work in elite or high-performance sport, while others also work in semi-elite and grassroots level sport.
The Australian Government’s Job Outlook rates the future growth in demand for dietitians as strong. The number of Dietitians grew strongly over five years, from 3,700 in 2011 to 4,000 in 2016.
More than 85% of nutritionists and dietitians work in the broad area of health care and social assistance.
Bond’s Master of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice program has been designed to prepare graduates with the professional qualifications required to apply their skills and experience across a range of areas, including clinical dietetics in hospitals and outpatient facilities, private practice, food service management, corporate health and wellness, sports nutrition, nutrition communications and media, nutrition in childcare, schools and aged care facilities, and community and public health nutrition in Australia and globally.
Graduates may also wish to progress to further post-graduate research leading to potential career options in research organisations and academia.