Office of the Registrar
School of Human Kinetics and Recreation (2018/2019)
6 Program Regulations - General and Honours Degrees
6.1 Bachelor of Human Kinetics and Recreation (Co-operative)

A student is encouraged to consider the honours regulations outlined under Honours Degree.

Table 1 Bachelor of Human Kinetics and Recreation (Co-operative)
  • Required Non-HKR Courses
  • (33 Credit Hours)
  • Required HKR Courses
  • (42 Credit Hours)
  • Complementary Study Courses
  • (45 Credit Hours)
  • 12 credit hours (or an Optional Kinesiology or Physical Education Pathway as outlined below):
  • Biology 2041
  • 3 credit hours in Psychology
  • 3 credit hours in a Quantitative Reasoning (QR) designated course
  • 3 credit hours in Sociology at the 2000 level
  • Optional Kinesiology Pathway
  • (12 credit hours):
  • Chemistry 1050 or 1200
  • Chemistry 1051 or 1001
  • Mathematics 1000
  • Physics 1020
  • Optional Physical Education Pathway
  • (12 credit hours):
  • Biology 2041
  • Mathematics 1000 or 6 credit hours from Mathematics 1050, 1051, 1052, 1053, 1090, 109A/B
  • 6 credit hours in non-HKR complementary study courses
  • 15 credit hours from non-HKR complementary study courses of which no more than 9 credit hours can be at the 1000 level.
  • 27 credit hours from HKR complementary study courses of which no more than 12 credit hours can be at the 2000 level and a minimum of 3 credit hours must be at the 4000 level.
  • 3 additional credit hours in either a non-HKR complementary study course at the 2000 level or above, or a HKR complementary study course at the 3000 level or above.

A student may choose to pursue an Optional Pathway as outlined below in Table 2 Bachelor of Human Kinetics and Recreation (Co-operative) Optional Pathways

6.1.1 Optional Pathways

A student may select from one of the five optional pathways. A pathway provides students with the opportunity to focus their studies. Particular attention should be paid to the necessary prerequisites when scheduling courses. These pathways are not binding. Students are not required to pursue a pathway, and even if they do, it is not reflected on their transcripts or degree parchments. Students who do not pursue a pathway must ensure the 120-credit-hour minimum degree requirements are met in accordance with Table 1 Bachelor of Human Kinetics and Recreation (Co-operative) above.

Table 2 Bachelor of Human Kinetics and Recreation (Co-operative) Optional Pathways

Community Recreation

Health Promotion

Kinesiology

Physical Education

Therapeutic Recreation