This course offers students the opportunity to apply concepts and professional practice skills by gaining kinesiology experience working directly with clients/patients to optimize ‘performance’ (i.e. in sport) or ‘health’ (i.e. prevention and/or management of chronic disease and impairment).
Prerequisite(s): Registration in the B.A. Honours Specialization in Clinical Kinesiology.
Extra Information: One hour/week online with class/self-reflective journal/blog; two 2-hour class meetings in person every 4 weeks; Routine meetings and peer-facilitated discussions about professional experiences will encourage the development of reflective practitioners. Issues related to the intersection of theory and practice will be explored. Electronic video conferencing will be used for weekly discussions to reduce travel by students from dispersed. Students will be permitted to take a maximum of 1.0 credits from Kinesiology 4495,Kinesiology 4498A/B,Kinesiology 4585,Kinesiology 4590,Kinesiology 4995F/G,Kinesiology 4996F/G.
Course Weight: 1.00
Subject Code: KINESIOL
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