School of Human Kinetics and Recreation

4 PROGRAM REGULATIONS - GENERAL AND HONOURS DEGREES


dash 4.1 Bachelor of Kinesiology (Co-operative)
dash 4.2 Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative)
dash 4.3 Bachelor of Recreation (Co-operative)
dash 4.4 Bachelor of Kinesiology
dash 4.5 Bachelor of Physical Education
dash 4.6 Bachelor of Recreation
dash 4.7 Honours Degrees


4.1 Bachelor of Kinesiology (Co-operative)

• The full-time 120 credit hour Bachelor of Kinesiology (Co-operative) requires 69 HKR credit hours, 51 non-HKR credit hours, and three work terms.

• The 120 credit hours shall normally be taken in the academic terms in the sequence and course load as set out in Table 1 Bachelor of Kinesiology (Co-operative). Students wishing to change the sequence and/or reduce the course load required in the academic terms must first consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor.

• Work Terms shall be taken in the term and sequence as set out in Table 1 Bachelor of Kinesiology (Co-operative).


4.2 Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative)

4.2.1 Teaching Option

• The full-time 120 credit hour Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative) - Teaching Option requires 69 HKR credit hours, 51 non-HKR credit hours, three work terms, and a first aid certificate and a CPR certificate both of which must be current at the time of graduation.

• The 120 credit hours shall normally be taken in the academic terms in the sequence and course load as set out in Table 2 Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative) - Teaching Option. Students wishing to change the sequence and/or reduce the course load required in the academic terms must first consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor .

• The three work terms shall be taken in the term and sequence as set out in Table 2 Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative) - Teaching Option.

• Students following the teaching option, and who plan to complete one of the intermediate/secondary degree programs offered by the Faculty of Education at this University, must choose a minor of at least 24 credit hours from one of the academic disciplines listed in the intermediate/secondary degree regulations. In completing the minor, students must follow the minor program regulations listed under the appropriate faculty or school.

4.2.2 General Option

• The full-time 120 credit hour Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative) - General Option requires 69 HKR credit hours, 51 non-HKR credit hours, three work terms, and a first aid certificate and a CPR certificate both of which must be current at the time of graduation.

• The 120 credit hours shall normally be taken in the academic terms in the sequence and course load as set out in Table 3 Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative) - General Option. Students wishing to change the sequence and/or reduce the course load required in the academic terms must first consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor.

• The three work terms shall be taken in the term and sequence as set out in Table 3 Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative) - General Option.

• Students following the general option must choose a minor of at least 24 credit hours from the minor programs listed in the appropriate faculty or school regulations. In completing the minor, students must follow the minor program regulations listed under the appropriate faculty or school.


4.3 Bachelor of Recreation (Co-operative)

• The full-time Bachelor of Recreation (Co-operative) requires 120 credit hours and three work terms.

• The 120 credit hours shall normally be taken in the academic terms in the sequence and course load as set out in Table 4 Bachelor of Recreation (Co-operative). Students wishing to change the sequence and/or reduce the course load required in the academic terms must first consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor.

• The three work terms shall be taken in the sequence as set out in Table 4 Bachelor of Recreation (Co-operative).


4.4 Bachelor of Kinesiology

• The full-time and part-time 120 credit hour Bachelor of Kinesiology requires 69 HKR credit hours and 51 non-HKR credit hours.

• Students admitted full-time shall normally complete the 120 credit hours in the academic terms in the sequence and course load as set out in Table 5 Bachelor of Kinesiology. Students wishing to change the sequence and/or reduce the course load required in the academic terms must first consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor.

• Students admitted part-time should consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor regarding course sequence.


4.5 Bachelor of Physical Education

4.5.1 Teaching Option

• The full-time and part-time 120 credit hour Bachelor of Physical Education - Teaching Option requires 69 HKR credit hours, 51 non-HKR credit hours, and a first aid certificate and a CPR certificate both of which must be current at the time of graduation

• Students admitted full-time shall normally complete the 120 credit hours in the academic terms in the sequence and courses load as set out in Table 6 Bachelor of Physical Education - Teaching Option. Students wishing to change the sequence and/or reduce the course load required in the academic terms must first consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor.

• Students admitted part-time should consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor regarding course sequence.

• Students following the teaching option, and who plan to complete one of the intermediate/secondary degree programs offered by the Faculty of Education at this University, must choose a minor of at least 24 credit hours from one of the academic disciplines listed in the intermediate/secondary degree regulations. In completing the minor, students must follow the minor program regulations listed under the appropriate faculty or school.


4.5.2 General Option

• The full-time and part-time 120 credit hour Bachelor of Physical Education - General Option requires 69 HKR credit hours, 51 non-HKR credit hours, and a first aid certificate and a CPR certificate both of which must be current at the time of graduation.

• Students admitted full-time shall normally complete the 120 credit hours in the academic terms in the sequence and course load as set out in Table 7 Bachelor of Physical Education - General Option. Students wishing to change the sequence and/or reduce the course load required in the academic terms must first consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor.

• Students admitted part-time should consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor regarding course sequence.

• Students following the general option must choose a minor of at least 24 credit hours from the minor programs listed in the appropriate faculty or school regulations. In completing the minor, students must follow the minor program regulations listed under the appropriate faculty or school.


4.6 Bachelor of Recreation

• The full-time and part-time Bachelor of Recreation is comprised of 120 credit hours.

• Students admitted full-time shall normally complete the 120 credit hours in the academic terms in the sequence and course load as set out in Table 8 Bachelor of Recreation. Students wishing to change the sequence and/or reduce the course load required in the academic terms must first consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor.

• Students admitted part-time should consult with the School’s Academic Student Advisor regarding course sequence.
       

4.7 Honours Degrees

4.7.1 An honours degree signifies superior academic achievement.

4.7.2 An application for admission to any of the honours degrees is not required. Rather, students indicate on the prescribed application for graduation form that they wish to be considered for an honours degree.

4.7.3 To receive an honours degree, a candidate shall:

• meet the requirements of the general degree;

• obtain an overall average of 75% or better on all HKR courses for the degree; and

• obtain an overall average of 70% on the 120 credit hours required for the degree.

4.74 In addition to meeting the above-noted requirements, candidates for an honours degree in recreation shall include HKR 4610, and either HKR 4625 or HKR 4635 in their degree program.

4.7.5 A candidate for the honours degree who does not fulfill these conditions but fulfills the requirements for the general degree shall be awarded the general degree.

4.7.6 Candidates are not permitted to repeat or substitute courses or work terms for the purpose of meeting the academic requirements for honours degrees.

4.7.7 A candidate who, for academic reasons, has been required to withdraw from a program offered by the School will not be eligible for the honours degree.


Last modified on June 4, 2003 by R. Bruce

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