KIN - Kinesiology

Offered By:
Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation

Below are the courses available from the KIN code. Select a course to view the available classes, additional class notes, and class times.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-2)

Introductory study of human anatomy. Students learn structural and functional components of selected systems of the human body. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 100 or PEDS 100.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

An introduction to human physiology from the cellular to systemic level with special emphasis on systems that adapt to exercise stress. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 101 or PEDS 101.

★ 3 (fi 6)(VAR, 1.5-0-2)

A participatory and experiential introduction to the study of human movement. Locomotor and voluntary movement are explored through multiple contexts, including activities of daily living, recreation, sport, and exercise. The course examines basic movement principles and processes through a participatory, active, and engaged experience to inform understanding of performance, instruction of motor tasks, and development of basic control, positioning, and execution of successful movement.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

Introduction to integrative human physiology. Focuses on the regulation, control, and integration of cellular functions in the human body with special emphasis on systems that respond to exercise stress. Prerequisite: KIN 101. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 101 or PEDS 101.

★ 3 (fi 6)(VAR, 0-3L-0)

This course places the study of physical activity and fundamentals of human movement at the level of the individual. Intertwined with the ways in which the individual life is organized, environmentally influenced, and personally experienced, the course will experientially explore the pragmatics and implementation of theories of adaptation, accessibility, and inclusion for the development of individual fundamental movement skill and movement pursuit. Students will be introduced to critical reflection and engagement with course concepts and provided movement experiences to develop assessment and intervention strategies in responding to how the historical and contemporary social issues of kinesiology (e.g., ableism, racism, sexism, classism, power relations, privilege, injustice, processes of normalization, colonialism) affect development of movement fundamentals and participation in physical culture.

★ 3 (fi 6)(VAR, 1-2L-0)

An experiential introduction and exploration of the common fundamental skills and patterns of human movement for successful and continual participation in physical game play. Through an interdisciplinary and multi contextual lens, the course examines basic functional and performance related movement skills and patterns and the instruction of them as the foundation of successful, lifelong movement pursuit in a variety of game contexts (e.g., in team-based play settings).

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

This course focuses largely upon the application of descriptive and inferential statistics in the context of quantitative research. The course also introduces students to basic principles surrounding measurement error, test reliability, and validity. Note: Students cannot receive credit for KIN 109 if they received credit for PEDS 109 or PEDS 309, PSYCO 211, SOC 210, STAT 141, or STAT 151.

Starting: 2022-09-01 KIN 109 - Statistics, Measurement, and Evaluation

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

This course focuses largely upon the application of descriptive and inferential statistics in the context of quantitative research. The course also introduces students to basic principles surrounding measurement error, test reliability, and validity. Note: Students cannot receive credit for KIN 109 if they received credit for PEDS 109 or PEDS 309, PSYCH 211, SOC 210, STAT 141, or STAT 151.

★ 3 (fi 6)(VAR, 1.5-0-2)

An experiential introduction and exploration of the common fundamental skills and patterns of human movement for successful participation within the aquatic environment. Through an interdisciplinary and contextual lens, the course examines basic functional and performance related movement skills and patterns and the critical role the aquatic environment plays in the instruction and development of movement skills and patterns in this environmental context.

★ 3 (fi 6)(VAR, 0-3L-0)

An introduction to integrative movement practice to understand the optimal functioning of the body through a holistic approach. Students will be introduced to the mechanics of body alignment through the exploration of various movement patterns across different regions of the body, the importance of breathing to facilitate the body-mind connection, and the roles of mindfulness, body awareness, and various body ideals in different fitness, exercise, and well-being contexts.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, VARIABLE)

A course offered on a topic of current interest in foundational movement knowledge, theory, and/or practice across an array of movement settings and contexts. Topics may vary from year to year. Prerequisite: Consent of Faculty.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-0-3)

Under the supervision of an academic member in the Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation or approved affiliate, directed research is completed in foundational movement knowledge, theory, and/or practice. Prerequisite: Normally KIN 209 and consent of the Associate Dean (Undergraduate Programs). Students must arrange a project with an academic staff member or approved research affiliate. Enrolment is limited and preference will be given to students with GPA of 3.0 and above on their most recent *30.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-2)

An introduction to acute physiological responses to exercise and chronic adaptations to training. Prerequisite: KIN 101. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 200 or PEDS 200.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

The course presents a psychological approach to understanding human motor behaviour. The course examines the processes involved in learning motor skills and controlling movement, and the factors that influence acquisition and performance. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 203 or PEDS 203.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-4L-0)

A conceptual and experiential introduction to outdoor environmental education and leadership. In addition to weekly lecture and lab components, the course includes weekend commitments. Note: Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Tuition and Fees page in the University Regulations section of the Calendar. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 205 or PEDS 205.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

An introduction to the biomechanics of human movement. Qualitative and quantitative approaches are used in the study of key biomechanics concepts and principles as they are applied to sport and exercise. Prerequisite: KIN 100. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 206 or PEDS 206.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

A study of the sequential changes in physical growth and motor development with emphasis on individual difference. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 207 or 307, PEDS 207 or 307.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

An overview of research in kinesiology with emphasis on practical application of research techniques and designs. Prerequisite: KIN 109 or 309, STAT 141 or 151. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 209 or 409, PEDS 209 or 409.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-2)

Analysis of practical and theoretical concepts of sports injury. Includes an overview of sports injury identification, management, care and prevention of injuries, and guidelines for return to activity. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Tuition and Fees page in the University Regulations section of the Calendar. Prerequisite: KIN 100. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 240 or PEDS 240.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

Examines the principles of coaching as they relate to the development of the athlete, the role of the coach, and organization of sport in contemporary society. Designed to present basic coaching theory that is applicable to a variety of sport settings with the focus on the practice and the season. Note: Credit will only granted for one of KIN 245 or PEDS 245 or 345.

★ 3 (fi 6)(VAR, VARIABLE)

Students will be required to coach for a complete season in a program approved by the student's Mentor Coach. The purpose of the practicum is to provide the student with a practical coaching experience under the guidance of a Program Coach. It is intended to introduce the student to the demands of the profession of coaching. Note: at least 100 hours of outside-classroom time is required. Corequisite: KIN 245. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 246 or PEDS 246.

★ 1.5 (fi 6)(VAR, VARIABLE)

Students will be required to coach for a complete season in a program approved by the student's Mentor Coach. The purpose of the practicum is to provide the student with a practical coaching experience under the guidance of a Program Coach. It is intended to introduce the student to the demands of the profession of coaching. Note: at least 100 hours of outside-classroom time is required. Corequisite: KIN 245. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 246 or PEDS 246.

★ 1.5 (fi 6)(VAR, VARIABLE)

Students will be required to coach for a complete season in a program approved by the student's Mentor Coach. The purpose of the practicum is to provide the student with a practical coaching experience under the guidance of a Program Coach. It is intended to introduce the student to the demands of the profession of coaching. Note: at least 100 hours of outside-classroom time is required. Corequisite: KIN 245. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 246 or PEDS 246.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 1.5-0-2)

A study of developmentally appropriate movement activities for children. Students will participate and work with children in a variety of physical activities in recreational, educational and sport environments. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 293 or PEDS 293.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-3L-0)

An exploration of the principles and concepts that underlie movement of individuals and groups in a variety of settings. Through examination of and experience in a wide range of physical activities and their contexts, the focus of the course is on the development of a conceptual understanding of movement. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of PAC 101 or KIN 294 or PEDS 294.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-2)

Presents a multi-level approach that focuses on the neural foundations underlying the control of movement. Prerequisite: KIN 103. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 302 or PEDS 302.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

This course introduces the student to the field of sport psychology and to select psychological theories as they relate to sport and physical activity. Psychological constructs along with their theoretical perspectives will be viewed within cognitive, emotional, and behavioural frameworks. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 303 or PEDS 303.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-2)

Application of the principles of mechanics to the measurement, analysis and interpretation of human movement. Laboratories emphasize utilization of commonly available technologies for movement analysis. Prerequisite: KIN 206 or PHYS 124. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 306 or PEDS 306.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-2)

Students will gain knowledge in fitness, health and research appraisal. Emphasis will be given to validity and reliability of various assessments and factors involved in the assessment of performance and health assessment. Prerequisites: KIN 200 and KIN 109, or KIN 309 or STAT 141 or 151. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 311 or PEDS 311.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 1-2L-0)

A study of similarities and differences in games (sports) through an examination of their specific rules, skills and strategies. Class members will be exposed to experiences at the practical and theoretical levels in the categories of territory, target, field and court games. Prerequisite: Successful completion of a minimum of *30. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of PAC 320 or KIN 320.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 1-2L-0)

An in-depth look at the cognitive, affective and psychomotor development of children and youth as it applies to providing age and developmentally appropriate experiences in games. The focus is on the design, delivery and assessment of quality games for children and youth aged 4 to 15. This course is relevant to those going on to work with children and youth in educational, recreation, and coaching environments. Coursework in childhood development is strongly recommended (eg. KIN 293 or KIN 207). Prerequisite: Successful completion of a minimum of *30. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of PAC 325 or KIN 325.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

Emphasis on the components of energy expenditure and energy intake. Other topics include the regulation of body composition, nutritional requirements for athletes, eating disorders, and obesity. Prerequisite: KIN 200. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 334 or PEDS 334.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-1)

A survey of the theoretical bases of conditioning programs. The course emphasis is on the nature of physiological adaptation to selected training regimens and the factors which influence the adaptive process. Prerequisite: KIN 200 (no concurrent registration). Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 335 or PEDS 335.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-3S-0)

This course focuses upon a wide range of issues surrounding the involvement of children and youth in structured and unstructured physical activity and sport settings. Psycho-social, emotional, intellectual, physical, and environmental conditions that influence, or are influenced by, physical activity and sport participation in children and youth are discussed. Course content is delivered through lectures and experiential activities. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 338 or PEDS 338.

★ 3 (fi 6)(VAR, VARIABLE)

Students will be required to coach for a complete season, preferably with High Performance athletes, in a program approved by the student's Mentor Coach. The student should expect to assume more responsibility than in KIN 246, either in program or athlete development. The guidance of a highly qualified Head Coach is essential. It is intended to introduce the student to the demands of coaching in a High Performance-oriented program. Note: At least 150 hours of outside-classroom time is required. Prerequisite: KIN 246. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 346 or PEDS 346.

★ 1.5 (fi 6)(VAR, VARIABLE)

Students will be required to coach for a complete season, preferably with High Performance athletes, in a program approved by the student's Mentor Coach. The student should expect to assume more responsibility than in KIN 246, either in program or athlete development. The guidance of a highly qualified Head Coach is essential. It is intended to introduce the student to the demands of coaching in a High Performance-oriented program. Note: At least 150 hours of outside-classroom time is required. Prerequisite: KIN 246. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 346 or PEDS 346.

★ 1.5 (fi 6)(VAR, VARIABLE)

Students will be required to coach for a complete season, preferably with High Performance athletes, in a program approved by the student's Mentor Coach. The student should expect to assume more responsibility than in KIN 246, either in program or athlete development. The guidance of a highly qualified Head Coach is essential. It is intended to introduce the student to the demands of coaching in a High Performance-oriented program. Note: At least 150 hours of outside-classroom time is required. Prerequisite: KIN 246. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 346 or PEDS 346.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

This course examines the practice of coaching with an emphasis on a number of advanced social science concepts and theories as they apply to effective coaching. The position of the athlete as a learner will be central to this course to promote the idea that coaching is a complex social, psychological, and pedagogical process centered around human interaction and development, and underpinned by a number of applied sport sciences. Students should ideally have previous or ongoing coaching experience. Prerequisite: KIN 245. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 347 or PEDS 347.

★ 3 (fi 6)(VAR, 0-3L-0)

Emphasis on scientific basis, philosophy, and unique approaches to fitness and broader level critical thinking about processes around program development in health related, fitness industry and personal training contexts. Prerequisite: KIN 156.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 1-2S-0)

A study of a variety of gymnastic programs from the perspective of their potential to meet the needs of children and youth at various ages. Class members will be required to plan, present, and evaluate gymnastic activities for children and youth. Prerequisite: Successful completion of a minimum of *60. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of PAC 365 or KIN 365.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

This course uses a physiological approach to examine how neuromuscular impairments present barriers to participation in physical activity for people experiencing disability. Examples covered in class may include involuntary muscle contraction, fatigue and pain that arise due to a number of different physiological mechanisms. Prerequisites: KRLS 207 and KIN 200. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 372 or PEDS 372.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

An examination of the role of physical activity on the health and lifestyle of aging adults. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 385 or PEDS 385. PEDS 385 was formerly PEDS 484. Credit will only be granted for one of these courses.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

This course provides an introduction to the anatomy and physiology of human body. Emphasis is on introductory knowledge and practical implications of the structural and functional characteristics and capacities of the human body. Note: Degree Credit is not available for BKin, BKin/BEd, or BScKin students. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 391 or PEDS 391.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-0-3)

Directed research done under the supervision of an academic member in the Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation or approved research affiliate. Normally for students in their third year of study. Prerequisite: KIN 209 or 409 and consent of the Associate Dean (Undergraduate Programs). Students must arrange a project with an academic staff member or approved research affiliate. Enrolment is limited and preference will be given to students with GPA of 3.0 and above on their most recent *30.

★ 3 (fi 12)(TWO TERM, 0-0-6)

Directed research done under the supervision of an academic member in the Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation or approved research affiliate. Normally for students in their third year of study. Prerequisite: KIN 209 or 409 and consent of the Associate Dean (Undergraduate Programs). Students must arrange a project with an academic staff member or approved research affiliate. Enrolment is limited and preference will be given to students with GPA of 3.0 and above on their most recent *30.

★ 3 (fi 12)(TWO TERM, 0-0-6)

Directed research done under the supervision of an academic member in the Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation or approved research affiliate. Normally for students in their third year of study. Prerequisite: KIN 209 or 409 and consent of the Associate Dean (Undergraduate Programs). Students must arrange a project with an academic staff member or approved research affiliate. Enrolment is limited and preference will be given to students with GPA of 3.0 and above on their most recent *30.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-3)

The course is designed to provide in-depth information on the structure of the human body. Lectures and laboratories emphasize the anatomical relationship in the extremities and the trunk as they relate to human movement, athletic therapy, and fitness. Lectures are followed by dissections of the human body and prosection demonstrations. Prerequisite: KIN 100. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 400 or PEDS 400.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 2-1S-0)

A philosophical examination of ethical questions in the personal and professional practice of sport, physical activity and exercise. Prerequisite: KRLS 104. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 401 or PEDS 401.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

The direct application of select psychological skills to sport and physical activity. A strong emphasis is placed on how to apply psychological skills in a variety of settings. Prerequisite: KIN 303. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 403 or PEDS 403.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

This course will offer an exploration of human motor behaviour by focusing on several key networks in the central nervous system involved in producing human movement. For each network, students will be given an overview of the key principles and components. Then, for that network, they will work on self-directed projects that will require ether: 1) a summary of contemporary research being conducted regarding the functioning of that network or 2) a case-study summary or research review of impairments that arise when that network is disrupted. Examples of networks that will be explored include the cortical control of action selection and the spinal pattern generators that control locomotion. Prerequisites: KIN 203, 209, and 302. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 410 or PEDS 410.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-2)

Explores selected issues of work physiology related to emergency response occupations with the main emphasis on fire fighting. Topics will include: human rights legislation and policies related to bona fide occupational requirements; the assessment of workload; the physiological limitations to work capacity; the development and implementation of physical fitness testing programs for applicants and incumbents; and, the development and monitoring of fitness training programs related to work demands. Prerequisite: KIN 335. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 411 or PEDS 411.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

This course focuses on the functions, control and integration of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems. It is designed to increase the student's knowledge of regulation and integration of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems in health and disease. Responses and adaptations to acute and chronic exercise will be used as a foundation upon which the concepts of control and integration will be explored. Clinical applications (e.g. exercise, high altitude) and pathophysiology (e.g. type 2 diabetes, heart disease) will be reviewed. Prerequisite: KIN 200. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 413 or PEDS 413.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

The role of physical activity in the management of chronic diseases will be discussed. Chronic diseases will include: metabolic, cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases, as well as cancer. The implications of pathophysiology in performing safe/effective exercise prescription and evaluation will be considered. Physical activity guidelines will be examined within the context of other clinical practice guidelines (e.g., pharmacology). Prerequisite or corequisite: KIN 334. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 434 or PEDS 434.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 1.5-0-1.5)

The scientific examination of resistance training as an applied training methodology for general conditioning and sport-specific enhancement. Emphasis on resistance training techniques, lifting mechanics, program design and implementation will be the core element. Supplementary topics include plyometric training, Olympic lifts, and selected population program modifications. Prerequisite: KIN 335. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of PAC 490 or KIN 435.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 1.5-1.5S-0)

Students will learn how to develop and implement effective endurance training programming for a wide range of individuals through experiential learning opportunities. Further, students will work across sport science disciplines to explore how a range of theoretical concepts interact and intersect to produce quality endurance sport performances. Prerequisite: KIN 335. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of PAC 491 or KIN 436.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-1)

A developmental kinesiological approach to musculoskeletal injury management. Includes an analysis of practical and theoretical concepts; overview of musculoskeletal injury assessment, rehabilitation of injuries, and safety in return to activity. Prerequisite: KIN 240.

Starting: 2022-09-01 KIN 440 - Advanced Sports Injury Management

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-2)

A developmental kinesiological approach to musculoskeletal injury management. Includes an analysis of practical and theoretical concepts; overview of musculoskeletal injury assessment, rehabilitation of injuries, and safety in return to activity. Prerequisite: KIN 240.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 1.5-1.5S-0)

Through experiential learning activities, students will develop communication skills that will enhance their effectiveness as professionals in sport and physical activity settings. Students will explore distinctions of communication and conversations in a workshop format. Sample topics include self-awareness, listening, and interpersonal communication. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 444 or PEDS 444.

★ 6 (fi 12)(VAR, VARIABLE)

Students will be required to coach for a complete season, preferably as a Head Coach, in a program approved by the student's Mentor Coach. The purpose of this practicum is to provide the students with the practical coaching experience of running their own program for one complete season. It is intended to familiarize the students with the demands of being a Head Coach. Note: at least 250 hours of outside-classroom time is required. Prerequisite: KIN 346. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 446 or PEDS 446.

★ 3 (fi 12)(VAR, VARIABLE)

Students will be required to coach for a complete season, preferably as a Head Coach, in a program approved by the student's Mentor Coach. The purpose of this practicum is to provide the students with the practical coaching experience of running their own program for one complete season. It is intended to familiarize the students with the demands of being a Head Coach. Note: at least 250 hours of outside-classroom time is required. Prerequisite: KIN 346. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 446 or PEDS 446.

★ 3 (fi 12)(VAR, VARIABLE)

Students will be required to coach for a complete season, preferably as a Head Coach, in a program approved by the student's Mentor Coach. The purpose of this practicum is to provide the students with the practical coaching experience of running their own program for one complete season. It is intended to familiarize the students with the demands of being a Head Coach. Note: at least 250 hours of outside-classroom time is required. Prerequisite: KIN 346. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 446 or PEDS 446.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 3-0-0)

Study of advanced topics in coaching as they relate to the development of the athlete, the coach, and the organization of sport in contemporary society. Designed to present coaching theory that will guide rising coaches in the development of sport programs that will positively contribute to Canadian society and its sport development model. Prerequisites: KIN 245 or Consent of Instructor. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 447 or PEDS 447.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 2-0-2)

A focus on the delivery of adapted physical activity services to individuals with developmental impairments with a focus on the instruction of movement skills. Theory and practice will be integrated through lecture and lab activities. Prerequisite: KRLS 207. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 471 or PEDS 471.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 2-0-2)

An examination of instructional models and program implementation considerations for creating and augmenting physical activity opportunities for persons with physical impairments. The assumptions underlying actions which include and exclude will be examined. Prerequisite: KRLS 207. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 472 or PEDS 472.

★ 6 (fi 12)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A half-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 20 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. A limited number of placements are available. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in more than *9 concurrently with KIN 490 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 490 is restricted to students who have completed a minimum of *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 490 or PEDS 490.

★ 3 (fi 12)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A half-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 20 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. A limited number of placements are available. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in more than *9 concurrently with KIN 490 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 490 is restricted to students who have completed a minimum of *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 490 or PEDS 490.

★ 3 (fi 12)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A half-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 20 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. A limited number of placements are available. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in more than *9 concurrently with KIN 490 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 490 is restricted to students who have completed a minimum of *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 490 or PEDS 490.

★ 12 (fi 24)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A full-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 35-40 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in any other course concurrently with KIN 491 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 491 is restricted to students who have completed *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 491 or PEDS 491.

★ 6 (fi 24)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A full-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 35-40 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in any other course concurrently with KIN 491 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 491 is restricted to students who have completed *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 491 or PEDS 491.

★ 6 (fi 24)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A full-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 35-40 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in any other course concurrently with KIN 491 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 491 is restricted to students who have completed *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 491 or PEDS 491.

★ 9 (fi 18)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A half-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 20 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. A limited number of placements are available. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in more than *9 concurrently with KIN 492 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 492 is restricted to students who have completed a minimum of *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 492 or PEDS 492.

★ 4.5 (fi 18)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A half-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 20 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. A limited number of placements are available. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in more than *9 concurrently with KIN 492 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 492 is restricted to students who have completed a minimum of *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 492 or PEDS 492.

★ 4.5 (fi 18)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A half-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 20 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. A limited number of placements are available. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in more than *9 concurrently with KIN 492 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 492 is restricted to students who have completed a minimum of *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 492 or PEDS 492.

★ 15 (fi 30)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A full-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 35-40 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in any other course concurrently with KIN 493 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 493 is restricted to students who have completed a minimum of *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 493 or PEDS 493.

★ 7.5 (fi 30)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A full-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 35-40 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in any other course concurrently with KIN 493 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 493 is restricted to students who have completed a minimum of *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 493 or PEDS 493.

★ 7.5 (fi 30)(VAR, VARIABLE)

A full-time unpaid Professional Practicum of 35-40 hours per week for 13 weeks, or the equivalent time. Students must arrange placements through the Practicum Advisor. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in any other course concurrently with KIN 493 unless approved by the Practicum Advisor. Prerequisite: KIN 493 is restricted to students who have completed a minimum of *90 toward the BScKin or BKin degree program. Note: Credit will be granted for only one of KIN 493 or PEDS 493.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, VARIABLE)

A course offered on a topic of current interest in kinesiology and sport. Topics may vary from year to year. Prerequisite: Consent of Faculty.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, 0-0-3)

Directed research done under the supervision of an academic member in the Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation or approved research affiliate. Normally for students in their fourth year of study. Prerequisite: KIN 209 or 409 and consent of the Associate Dean (Undergraduate Programs). Students must arrange a project with an academic staff member or approved research affiliate. Enrolment is limited and preference will be given to students with GPA of 3.0 and above on their most recent *30.

★ 3 (fi 6)(EITHER, VARIABLE)

A course designed to meet the needs of individual students. Prerequisite: Consent of Faculty.