Faculty of Education : 9.0 Bachelor of Science (BSc) Kinesiology
Note: An ACWR-designated 10L (i.e., 100 level) 1.5 unit transfer credit will be accepted in lieu of 1.5 units of English required for application to, and as part of, the Kinesiology program.
Refer to "7.5.2 Minimum Sessional Grade-Point Average and Academic Standing" for the minimum academic standing regulations for the Kinesiology program.
BIOL 150A and 150B, or 184 and 186, or 190A and 190B1
CHEM 101 and 1021
ENGL 135 and one from 146, 147, 225
MATH 100 1or 1021 or 1091
EPHE 447 (full-year course)
2.
Physics 12 is strongly recommended as prerequisite for PHYS 110. For those students who do not have Physics 12, PHYS 102 (3.0 units) may be taken in lieu of PHYS 110. Students who take this option will add an additional 1.5 units to their program, which will not be utilized in the 60 unit Kinesiology degree.
Participation in EPHE 200 Co-op Seminar is a mandatory requirement for all School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education Co-op students. This course is a corequisite for students participating in the placement process prior to their first work term. EPHE 200 is offered in the September to December academic term. Students will be provided more information regarding the content and requirements for completion of this seminar upon admission to the KINE co-op program.
Students will be denied a co-operative education placement if their preparation in required course work and/or EPHE 200 is deemed unsatisfactory by their instructor(s) and/or the Director of the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education.
Years 1 and 2 are the same as the non-Co-op Major except the addition of EPHE 200 at the start of Year Two. See 9.1.2 and notes 1, 2, and 3.
EPHE 359 (summer)
A student who achieves a grade lower than B in EPHE 499 will graduate under the Major program, providing all other requirements for the degree are fulfilled.
EPHE 447 (full-year course)
EPHE 499 (full-year course)