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Dual Degree Program Option in Kinesiology and Education

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Admission to the Dual Degree Program in Kinesiology and Education is suspended until further notice.

The Dual Degree Program Option in Kinesiology and Education offers qualified students the opportunity to earn a B.Kin. and B.Ed. in Secondary Education (Physical Education Specialization) in five Winter Sessions with some academic requirements to be completed in the summer. After meeting all of the requirements, students are normally eligible for a British Columbia Professional Teaching Certificate.

Admission

Admission to the Dual Degree Program requires application to the Kinesiology Advising Office by January 31 of second year with approval by April in order to undertake a teaching practicum in the summer of Year 2.

Application for admission can be found online at the School of Kinesiology website or at the Kinesiology Undergraduate Advising Office. Students apply in January of second year and must receive approval from the School of Kinesiology and the Faculty of Education. All students whose applications are successful will be admitted to the Faculty of Education beginning in summer of Year 2.

Continuation will require successful completion of both year two of the Kinesiology major and the in-school practicum in the summer of Year 2.

Admission at any time is conditional; maintenance of good academic standing and an average of at least 68% in each Session are required throughout. In addition, students must participate in volunteer or work experience with youth aged 13-18 to meet the requirements of the Bachelor of Education program. Students must satisfy all of the degree and specialization requirements for both the Bachelor of Kinesiology and the Bachelor of Education Secondary program. Some individual courses may be considered to satisfy requirements for both degrees.

Students must communicate with an advisor in the Kinesiology program and the Teacher Education Office annually after admission to the program to discuss their progress.

First Year (Winter)
WRDS 150 3
KIN 110 3
KIN 120 3
KIN 131 3
KIN 132 3
KIN 148A1 3
KIN 148B1 3
KIN 150 3
KIN 160 3
Electives 3
Total Credits2 30
Second Year (Winter)
KIN 205 3
KIN 206 3
KIN 211 3
KIN 216 3
KIN 248A1 3
KIN 248B1 3
KIN 232 3
KIN 235 3
KIN 262 3
ENGL 110, 120, or 1213 3
Total Credits2 30
Second Year (Summer)
EDUC 319 1
Total Credits2 1
Third Year (Winter)
KIN 341 or 344 3
KIN 342 3
KIN 355 3
EDST 401 3
LLED 360 3
Electives4 15
Total Credits2, 5, 6 30
Third Year (Summer)
EDUC 399 1
Total Credits2 1
Fourth Year (Winter)
KIN 320 3
KIN 442 3
KIN 444 3
EDCP Elective 3
EPSE 308 3
EPSE 311 1
EPSE 317 3
Electives4 12
Total Credits2, 5, 6 31
Fourth Year (Summer)
EDST 403 1
EDST 404 1
EDUC 4306 1
EDUC 440 3
LLED 361 3
Electives4 3
Total Credits2 12
Fifth Year (Winter)
EDUC 315 2
EDUC 421 12
EDUC 450 3
EDUC 451 3
EPSE 310 2
EDCP 322A 3
EDCP Required Elective 3
Total Credits2, 6 28
Fifth Year (Summer)
EDUC 4527 3
Total Credits2 3
Minimum Credits for Dual Degree Program Option 166
1 The 148 and 248 courses can be taken in any sequence.
2 Courses are NOT eligible for Cr/D/F grading.
3 Three additional English credits required for Education.
4 To be selected in consultation with a program advisor. It is recommended that students should consider courses that will prepare them for a second teaching field, e.g., EDCP curriculum and pedagogy elective.
5 Must include 30 credits of KIN at the 300/400 level. Additionally, students must complete 48 credits at the 300 or 400 level.
6 Education courses sequence may vary where necessary in order to accommodate students' KIN or B.Ed. schedule.
7 EDUC 452B may be scheduled during Fifth Year (Winter) in order to accommodate May graduation deadline.

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