Students are also advised of the interdisciplinary minor concentrations in Gerontology, page 217, and Women's Studies, page 263.

1. Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology

Four Year program

Students must take all required Kinesiology courses totalling 11 full course equivalents plus three required FCEs from the Biology, English and Chemistry departments. Elective courses may then be chosen from within the school or outside of the school depending upon the student's career objectives. A total of 22 FCEs plus Kinesiology 4193 are required for graduation.

First Year:
(a) Kinesiology 1010, 1035, 1113, 1710, 1711
(b) Chemistry 1210
(c) One FCE in English (any combination of English 1011, 1031, 1111, or 1112)
(d) Two FCE electives

Second Year:
(a) Kinesiology 2015, 2035, 2059, 2079, 2711
(b) Biology 2020 and 2030
(c) One FCE elective

Third Year:
(a) Kinesiology 3010, 3030, 3070, 3134, 3230, 3610, 3710, 3711
(b) Two FCE electives

Fourth Year:
(a) Kinesiology 4113, 4310, 4710
(b) Kinesiology 4193 (non-credit required course)
(c) Kinesiology 4230 and three FCE electives, or Kinesiology 4220 and two and one-half FCE electives

Kinesiology students must receive permission of the Director in order to change the sequencing of required courses. Non-Kinesiology students must receive permission from the course instructor and the Director to take Kinesiology courses.

2. Concurrent Programs with Education

For more information about the concurrent degree programs in Education and Kinesiology, see the Faculty of Education, Undergraduate Studies in Education, starting on page 61.

3. Master of Science Degree in Kinesiology

See the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Graduate Programs offered by the School of Kinesiology, page 292.

See also:
Kinesiology Courses
Faculty of Graduate Studies
- Information/Regulations
- School of Kinesiology

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