The Kinesiology program will be changing to a single-stream model beginning in September 2018. There will no longer be an Exercise Science stream and a Health and Human Performance stream. Instead, all students will be a part of the same single-stream – Kinesiology diploma.
What does this mean if you are beginning your studies in Fall 2018?
For now, just be aware that what you see in the Program Design and Course Descriptions sections of our site will have some changes for September 2018. We’re working on the details now, so keep checking the website for updates.
You can also contact our recruiting team and they’ll update you when the final changes are posted. Contact Recruiting at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What does this mean if you are continuing into your second year in Fall 2018?
You will have the option of graduating with the stream that you began with (i.e. Health and Human Performance, or Exercise Science), or moving into the single stream option in 2018.
Important to note is the discontinuation of KNES 101, which will no longer be offered beginning in Fall 2017. If you’re starting your studies in Fall 2017 and wish to complete the program in the dual-stream model, you will be substituting an elective course in place of KNES 101.
If you have questions regarding the changes for the 2018/19 academic year, please contact an Education Advisor: email@example.com
The study of Human Movement
If you have a passion for exercise, sport, health, and human movement, then Kinesiology may be the program for you!
Kinesiology (sometimes referred to as Human Kinetics) is the study of the human body in motion. Whether you are interested in human movement at the cellular level or the societal level or something in between, Kinesiology is a growing field that offers a variety of careers and educational opportunities.
A diploma or degree in Kinesiology can lead to exciting careers such as:
Health Care Consultant
Learn more about how Kinesiologists serve the public by visiting: BC Association of Kinesiologists
Choose from a one-year Certificate, and/or a two-year Diploma, both of which transfer into Kinesiology degree programs throughout Western Canada.
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You'll also have opportunities to receive additional industry-required credentials within the program's various courses.
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