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BHK in Kinesiology

University of Windsor, Canada


Next enrollment cycle

September 2023

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First Year Course Fee

USD 23,750

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  • 4 Years
  • On Campus
  • Undergraduate
  • Degree
  • Up to 7% scholarship
Our students are leaders with strong critical thinking skills. Our grads go on to become registered kinesiologists, physicians, physiotherapists, teachers, researchers/consultants, fitness trainers and facility owners, marketing managers, coaches, and general managers of pro sports teams, just to name a few. Our grads are in demand —98% are employed in the first six months after graduation.
  • Focusing on the “human” in movement science and active living will provide you with all of the tools to become a leader in health and a variety of other industry sectors. You’ll like the family feel of this faculty, and there are lots of opportunities for hands-on learning through co-op, internships, community outreach, and conducting research with our leading scientists in state-of-the-art labs.
  • Sample Courses: Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Anatomy, Human Growth and Development, Ergonomics, Sport Psychology, Health and Wellness
  • Career Tracks: Professional school (medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, chiropractor, physiotherapist), registered kinesiologist, ergonomist, sport psychology consultant

Enrollment Cycles

  • September 2023
  • January 2024
  • May 2024
  • One of Biology/SBI4U, Chemistry/SCH4U, or Physics/SPH4U. English/ENG4U.
  • Minimum Average: 75% (70% in Grade 12 U English/ENG4U and 70% in one of Biology/SBI4U, Chemistry/SCH4U, or Physics/SPH4U)
  • Mean Average (Entering Fall 2019): 83%
    Note: Co-op available; apply during Year 1

This Course is Available Honours 4-year program, Thesis Available, Co-op Available


  • KINE-1000. Health and Wellness
  • KINE-1030.Movement Science Perspectives
  • KINE-1040. Introduction to Kinesiology: Sport Management and Sociocultural Perspectives
  • KINE-1050. Introductory Exercise Physiology
  • KINE-1110. Principles of Mental Skills Training
  • KINE-1500. Principles of Sport Management.
  • KINE-1650. Functional Anatomy
  • KINE-1800. Fundamental Mechanics of Human Motion
  • KINE-2100. Human Performance
  • KINE-2220. Introduction to Leisure
  • KINE-2240. Introduction to Occupational Biomechanics/Ergonomics
  • KINE-2250. Ethics in Sport and Physical Activity
  • KINE-2300. Sociology of Sport and Physical Activities
  • KINE-2400. Historical Perspectives on Physical Activity and Sport in Western Civilization
  • KINE-2600. Physiology of Human Performance
  • KINE-2690. Measurement and Evaluation
  • KINE-2700. Research Design
  • KINE-2850. Human Growth and Development
  • KINE-2990. Co-op Work Experience I
  • KINE-3010. The Use and Abuse of Drugs
  • KINE-3020. Exercise and Fitness Psychology
  • KINE-3030. Imagery Effects on Performance
  • KINE-3040. Sport Nutrition
  • KINE-3060. Obesity and Eating Disorders
  • KINE-3100. Motor Learning and Control
  • KINE-3330. Applied Sport Psychology
  • KINE-3400. History of the Modern Olympic Movement
  • KINE-3450. Sport Marketing
  • KINE-3500. Organizational Behaviour
  • KINE-3510. Strategic Planning of Sport Events
  • KINE-3520. Sport Finance
  • KINE-3550. Socio-Economic Aspects of Sport and Leisure
  • KINE-3600. Physiology of Exercise and Respiration
  • KINE-3610. Musculoskeletal Physiology
  • KINE-3620. Human Factors and Performance
  • KINE-3630. Cognitive Ergonomics
  • KINE-3700. Scientific Basis of Conditioning
  • KINE-3810. Practice, Theory, and Analysis of Urban Outdoor Recreation
  • KINE-3820. Practice, Theory, and Analysis of Golf
  • KINE-3830. Practice, Theory, and Analysis of Hockey
  • KINE-3880. Practice, Theory, and Analysis in Football
  • KINE-3920. Practice, Theory, and Analysis of Basketball
  • KINE-3940. Practice, Theory, and Analysis of Volleyball
  • KINE-3950. Practice, Theory, and Analysis of Aquatics
  • KINE-3970. Practice, Theory, and Analysis of Track and Field
  • KINE-3980. Practice, Theory, and Analysis of Physical Fitness
  • KINE-3990. Co-op Work Experience II
  • KINE-4000. Human Movement and Aging
  • KINE-4020. Sport Tourism
  • KINE-4040. Population Health
  • KINE-4050. Gender Issues in Sport
  • KINE-4080. Dynamics of Skill Acquisition
  • KINE-4100. Physical Activity for Special Populations
  • KINE-4330. Selected Topics in Sport Leadership
  • KINE-4400. History of Sport in Canada
  • KINE-4500. Human Resources in Sport Management
  • KINE-4510. Sport and the Law
  • KINE-4520. Sport and Government
  • KINE-4530. Perceptual-Motor Development
  • KINE-4550. Global Issues in Sport Management
  • KINE-4560. Sport Communication
  • KINE-4570. Hockey in Canada
  • KINE-4580. The Endocrine System in Sport, Exercise and Health
  • KINE-4590. Sport Media
  • KINE-4600. Cardiovascular Physiology
  • KINE-4610. Chronic Disease and Exercise Rehabilitation
  • KINE-4620. Exercise in Extreme Environments
  • KINE-4630. Applied Neurophysiology
  • KINE-4640. The Pathophysiology of Pain
  • KINE-4650. Ergonomics and Injury-Prevention
  • KINE-4660. Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • KINE-4670. User Experience for Ergonomics
  • KINE-4710. Physiological Basis of Sports Therapy
  • KINE-4730. The Social Construction of Leisure
  • KINE-4750. Individual Studies
  • KINE-4760. Principles of Coaching
  • KINE-4770. Outdoor Recreation
  • KINE-4780. Undergraduate Thesis
  • KINE 4800. Advanced Biomechanics
  • KINE-4850. Group Dynamics in Sport
  • KINE-4880. Special Topics in Practice, Theory and Analysis of Sport
  • KINE-4890. Special Topics in Sport Management
  • KINE-4900. Special Topics in Movement Science
  • KINE-4910. Laboratory experiences in Biomechanics and Ergonomics
  • KINE-4920. Laboratory Experiences in Human and Exercise Physiology
  • KINE-4930. Laboratory Experiences in Motor Learning and Psychology of Physical Activity
  • KINE-4980. Internship
  • KINE-4990. Co-op Work Experience III
  • Program Type: Undergraduate
  • Major or Degree: Human Kinetics
  • Course Load: Full Time
  • Fee Category: Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Term: Fall
  • Residence: Alumni Hall - Single in a 2 Bedroom Suite
  • Meal Plan: Full Meal Plan - moderate off campus flexibility.
  • Estimated Total $ 10826.41
  • Base Tuition
  • Base Tuition- $ 2985.95 - Assessed each term
  • Coop - $ 455.00 - If applicable

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