In addition to a core curriculum, all undergraduate students pursuing a combined or concurrent degree with another faculty, refer to the Summary of Degree Programs chart for a list of allowable combinations.
The Bachelor of Kinesiology and Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology offer a solid foundation with depth and breadth in the Kinesiology discipline. Students may tailor their degree to meet their needs and interests.
The Biomechanics Major (BSc) focuses on the mechanics of human movement with an emphasis on biomedical and sports applications, through course work in Kinesiology, Mathematics, and Engineering.
The Exercise and Health Physiology Major (BSc) builds upon fundamental knowledge in human movement and physiological functioning to understand the physiological response to exercise (from activities of daily living to high performance sport), and also the impact of exercise and diet on the physiological determinants of health and human performance across the life span.
The Motor and Psychosocial Aspects of Movement in Kinesiology Major (BKin or BSc) provides a comprehensive education in the areas of behavioural neurosciences, cognition and neuro-motor control, and the application of personality and social psychological principles to the fields of exercise and health psychology, and sport psychology.
The Leadership and Coaching Major (BKin) develops leaders from developmental to high performance coaching opportunities.