The emphasis in the Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree is on providing students with an understanding of human physical activity in its broadest sense, rather than upon the details of professional practice and teaching methodologies.
A Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree may be earned either through a regular, eight-term program of study, or through the twelve-term Co-operative Education Program, which combines classroom and related work term experiences. In both programs, students follow a common core of Kinesiology and other courses and then specialize in one of three honours Majors: Movement Science, Sport Management, and Sport Studies.
Human Kinetics "Core" Courses
Human Kinetics "Core" Courses: 95-200, 95-205, 95-211, 95-225, 95-265, 95-280, 95-250, 95-269, 95-270; plus five of 95-210, 95-230, 95-240, 95-260, 95-285, 95-222, 95-224, or 95-350).
Upon completion of the Human Kinetics "Core" requirements, students will select a major from Movement Science, Sport Management, or Sport Studies. This selection must be done through the Office of the Registrar prior to registration for the fifth semester, or at the end of the fourth semester.
KINESIOLOGY: CO-OPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM
GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS