School of Human Kinetics & Recreation

mun.ca/hkr

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 1

SEPARATE APPLICATION REQUIRED: Yes

INTAKE: Fall semester only

 

Degree(s)

Bachelor of Kinesiology (co-op)

A four-year co-operative degree program composed of seven academic terms and three full-time co-operative terms. The program is structured and takes four years to complete. This degree program is designed for those interested in the science of human movement and exercise. Students require a strong science and mathematics background to be successful in this program. This degree provides students with the opportunities to explore their interest in the field, to develop important work/life skills, to put academic theory into practice and to earn income to support their education.

Bachelor of Kinesiology

A four-year degree program designed for those interested in the science of human movement and exercise. Students require a strong science and mathematics background to be successful in this program.

Bachelor of Recreation (co-op)

A four-year co-operative degree program composed of seven academic terms and three full-time co-operative terms. The program is structured and takes four years to complete. This degree is designed for students planning a career in commercial or institutional recreation and prepares students to develop, plan and lead recreational activities in a variety of settings. The work terms allow students to gain valuable experiences in such areas as: community based recreation, adventure tourism and programming for special populations. This degree provides students with the opportunities to explore their interest in the field, to develop important work/life skills, to put academic theory into practice and to earn income to support their education.

Bachelor of Physical Education (co-op)

A four-year co-operative degree program composed of eight academic terms and three full-time co-operative terms. The program is structured and takes four years to complete. This degree is designed to prepare graduates for careers in teaching and related areas and the work terms allow students to gain valuable experiences in such areas as: health and fitness, program co- ordination, and community recreation and sport. This degree provides students with the opportunities to explore their interest in the field, to develop important work/life skills, to put academic theory into practice and to earn income to support their education.

Bachelor of Physical Education

A four-year degree designed to prepare graduates for careers in teaching and related areas.

 

Admission requirements

Students may apply for admission into the school of human kinetics and recreation directly from high school by indicating their desired degree option in the appropriate place on the university application. In addition to this general application, students must submit a school of human kinetics and recreation application. The application and supporting documentation is required by the March 1 deadline.

Direct entry into the program from high school is competitive for a limited number of placements and is subject to the applicant meeting the general admission requirements for Memorial university. Meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee a student’s acceptance into the program.

BACHELOR OF KINESIOLOGY (CO-OP) AND BACHELOR OF KINESIOLOGY In addition to the general academic requirements, students applying to either program must have completed a grade 12 level laboratory science and mathematics with a final mark of 70 per cent or greater.

BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (CO-OP) AND BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Students applying to either program must also have proof of completion of a current first aid and cpr course and must also complete a swim test as well as a two page personal autobiographical statement.

 

Contact

For further information on the degree programs available through the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation, visit mun.ca/hkr or email jsaunder@mun.ca.

Phone: 709 864 8668

 

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