Kinesiology is the scientific study of human movement with a focus on prevention of injury and chronic disease.
Students gain the knowledge and skills to become a kinesiology practitioner, able to prescribe individualized exercise programs to improve or maintain the health, functional capacity, and well-being of a range of healthy and clinical populations. Students in this program will have the opportunity to pursue placement opportunities in their fourth year of study. Kinesiology is a regulated health profession in Ontario; this degree provides the skills and knowledge to function as a health professional and write the competency exam to become a registered kinesiologist (R.Kin.).
Dr. Ingrid Brenner is the Program Coordinator for the Bachelor of Science, Honours in Kinesiology program.
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Take a look at the Undergraduate Academic Calendar for details about this program, and look at the Trent Kinesiology website.