The Undergraduate Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKIN) degree program offers a core curriculum with courses in active health, biomechanics, anatomy, physiology, motor learning, psychology, and sociology.

Academics & Degree Planning

Information on undergraduate academics as well as how to contact the advising office.

First Year Experience

Information specific to the first year [in KIN] experience, including orientations and study support.


Get Involved

Find out about Peer Assisted Study Sessions, Peer Academic Coaching, Career Development, Research, Outreach, Volunteering & the Kinesiology Undergraduate Society.


The Co-op Program is currently under review. An update on the Program will be made available once the review has been completed.