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Type D: Health and Behavioural Sciences - Co-op Work Term I

Kinesiology 2990 Co-op Work Term I
During each four-month work term, the student does productive work suitable to his/her level of experience and for which he/she is paid. The student is required to participate in the pre- and post-work term preparation sessions and activities as designated by the School of Kinesiology and Student Success Centre, Career and Employment Services. Once placed, the student is responsible for meeting the academic requirements of the work term including, for example but not limited to, a job description, a training plan, a performance appraisal, and a work term report. Satisfactory completion of the work term is required to continue to a succeeding work term.
Credit Weight: 0.0
Notes: May only be taken by students meeting all requirements for the Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology Co-op Education Program Option.
Course Classifications: Type D: Health and Behavioral Sciences