A major in Kinesiology provides greater flexibility in choosing option courses. Options can be used to explore other areas of interest, minor programs and embedded certificates. Option courses can also help you to meet specific requirements for after-degree programs.
See what you will learn, the courses you’ll take, career opportunities and admission requirements here.
Motor and Psychosocial Aspects of Movement
Motor and Psychosocial Aspects of Movement is the study of the neural, cognitive and psychosocial concepts to try to understand human behaviour in physical activity, sport and health. During the course of your studies, much of your learning will occur while actively working on problems in class and during labs. You’ll learn approaches that researchers and practitioners in these fields use to describe, explain, predict and manage human behaviour.
Leadership and Coaching
Leadership and coaching examines the foundations for leadership in physical literacy in a variety of settings. During the course of your studies, much of your learning will occur while actively working on problems in class and during labs. You’ll learn concepts to help others learn physical skills and activities that can be used in wellness promotion, fitness and rehabilitation, competitive sports and elite personal challenges.