To qualify for the Bachelor of Kinesiology, students must:
1Courses taken while studying at another institution on a Senate-approved exchange program satisfy this requirement.
Students must also successfully complete the following credits:
At the beginning of the second year of study, students must select one of three streams: Neuromechanical and Physiological Sciences, Social and Behavioural Sciences, and Multidisciplinary Science. Students may change their stream of study after consulting with the School's Undergraduate Advising Centre. The following notes apply to the three streams of study:
All Bachelor of Kinesiology students must complete ENGL 112.
As there are only a small number of courses offered in the evenings and during Summer Session, students will experience difficulty in completing a Bachelor of Kinesiology on a part-time basis. Students interested in part-time study should discuss their proposed studies with the School's Undergraduate Advising Centre.
KIN at the 100-level are generally considered prerequisite to 200-level courses, and 200-level courses are generally prerequisite to 300-/400-level courses. 300-/400- level courses may be taken in any sequence unless otherwise specified. Many KIN courses have specific course prerequisites. Students who do not have proper prerequisites for a course may have their registration cancelled automatically. Course prerequisites apply to both part-time and full-time students.
Many 300-/400-level courses require 100-/200-level prerequisites; therefore all non-KIN electives should be selected carefully.
A student must apply in writing to the School's Undergraduate Advising Centre for permission to register in more than 33 credits of work in a Winter Session or 12 credits of work in a Summer Session.
Successful completion of 24 or more credits, which must include all first-year KIN Core courses.
Successful completion of 48 or more credits, which must include ENGL 112 and all second-year KIN Core courses.1
Successful completion of 78 or more appropriate credits, which must include all third-year requirements.2
1In order to obtain third-year standing in Kinesiology and Health Science, students must complete 12 credits of first-year science in their first two years, in at least three of the following four areas: biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics.
2In order to obtain fourth-year standing in Physical and Health Education, students must complete KIN 140, 6 credits of KIN 170, and 6 credits of KIN 270.