Academic Calendar - 2018

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2018

Kinesiology, School of
Faculty of Health Sciences

Western Main Campus

Address:

3M Centre Room 2225
Western University

Phone:

(519) 661-2111 ext. 88918

Website

Admission Requirements to First Year

See the Kinesiology section in General Admission Requirements to Undergraduate Programs

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Students registered in the School of Kinesiology who complete 5.0 first-year courses with an average of at least 70% with no grade less than 60%, and have a minimum 70% in 3.0 principal courses, including Kinesiology 1080A/B and Kinesiology 1070A/B or the former Kinesiology 1088A/B, Physiology 1021 plus 1.0 additional course, will be guaranteed admission to second year in the School of Kinesiology (Honors Specialization in Kinesiology – BA).

The School of Kinesiology will then rank all remaining Western students who apply to second year and fulfill the minimum admission requirements for that year, and make offers of admission until the program is filled to capacity.

Honors Specialization in Kinesiology – BSc, Honors Specialization in Kinesiology – Sport Management, Honors Specialization in Kinesiology – Fitness and Exercise Prescription are programs with limited space and additional minimum requirements. Please see the information under each specific module in the Academic Calendar for minimum requirements. More competitive academic standing may be required when demand exceeds enrolment capacity.

The laboratory or practicum sessions of several courses are very vigorous. It is recommended that students have a medical check up to ensure that their health status permits engagement in vigorous activity.

Students with health problems must inform the Kinesiology Undergraduate Program Office, and provide appropriate medical support documentation.

For information about Special Student status, please see Registration/Course Selection .

Additional Program Requirements

First-Aid and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Certification
All students must at their own expense, acquire current certification in standard First Aid and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (Level C) prior to the completion of second year. The deadline for submission of the aforementioned current certification to the Undergraduate Program Office in Room 2225, 3M Centre, is April 30. Students who fail to comply by the deadline date will not be reviewed for progression to third year of their program. Contact the Undergraduate Program Office for further information and acceptable levels of certification.

Physical Activity Skills and Coaching Courses

Kinesiology Physical Activity Skills and Coaching courses refer to the following Kinesiology courses: Kinesiology 2900-2999, Kinesiology 3900-3999.
 
Quarter (0.25) courses are designated with the suffix Q, R, S or T which refers to the 6-week term in which the course is offered.  A minimum/maximum of four Physical Activity quarter courses (or equivalent) must be selected in second year. One quarter course per six-week term may be taken during any academic year. No more than twelve 0.25 (or equivalent) activity courses are allowed in any Kinesiology degree.
 
Prior to graduation, a student must complete a minimum of four 0.25 credit courses (or equivalent) in all Kinesiology degree programs, unless designated otherwise. Normally these courses will be taken in year 2.

For details go to: www.uwo.ca/fhs/kin/undergrad/modules/courses.html
 
Some of these activity courses may require additional expense by the student.

Dance 2174A/B, Dance 2274A/B, Dance 2275A/B, Dance 2276A/B, Dance 2375A/B may be combined with or replace Physical Activity Skill or Coaching courses.

A maximum of 1.0 courses from: Dance 2270A/B, and Dance courses at the 3000-4000 level can be used to complete non activity Kinesiology module(s) course requirements.


See The School of Health Studies for the Major in Rehabilitation Sciences, and the Minor in Rehabilitation Sciences.

See The School of Food and Nutritional Science  at Brescia University College for the Minor in Foods and Nutrition, a module designed specifically for students in undergraduate programs in Health Sciences, Kinesiology, Biology and Biomedical Sciences who may pursue the Minor concurrently with their degree program.