Degree Planning

Essential details on course planning and making your way to graduation

The undergraduate Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin) degree program at the School of Kinesiology offers a core curriculum consisting of courses in active health, biomechanics, anatomy, physiology, motor learning, psychology and sociology.

We advise that students thoroughly read through the information provided on the pages linked below.

New to KINDegree RequirementsStream RequirementsCourse Registration InfoCredit Exclusion ListProgram/Grad Check RequestCourse OutlinesDual DegreeMinorsKIN 490 & KIN 492GraduationCareer PathsDates & DeadlinesAdvising FAQs

If you’re a prospective student interested in learning more about our undergraduate program, please also visit the prospective students page.


Friendly reminders: Degree Navigator is not compatible with the KIN degree, and students should request a Program Check from the KIN Advising Office to see their progress on their degree.

For advising purposes, Credit/D/Fail must be discussed in-person. Students must come in to advising for an appointment before selecting this option for a course.