The award of qualifying accreditation provides both the education provider and students with some assurance that a course is progressing towards meeting requirements for full accreditation. Participation in the qualifying accreditation process is a prerequisite for courses intended to be submitted for consideration of full accreditation.
Students graduating from a course that has a qualifying accreditation status are not eligible for accreditation credentialing with ESSA under the recognition of having completed an accredited course.
For courses with a qualifying accreditation status, it is expected that education providers will liaise with ESSA’s Course Accreditation Manager to submit an application for full accreditation within the timelines as specified within the Course Accreditation Guide.
|Course Code||Course Name||Accreditation Level|
|Queensland University of Technology|
|XN50||Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science||Exercise Science|
|XN51||Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology||Exercise Science & Exercise Physiology|
|XN52||Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology Honours||Exercise Science & Exercise Physiology|