Subject: Kinesiology
Credit units: 3
Offered: Either Term 1 or Term 2
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours and 1 Practicum/Lab hours
College: Kinesiology
Department: Kinesiology (Dean's Office)


This course will offer prospective and current College of Education students opportunities to increase their understanding of the role physical activity plays in the health and wellbeing of school aged children and youth.

Restriction(s): Students must be enrolled in the College of Education or the College of Arts & Science. This course will not be offered to students in any other college.
Note: Not for credit in the College of Kinesiology or the College of Arts & Science. Students who enroll in the College of Education and transfer to the College of Kinesiology may use KIN 146.3 as a Kinesiology elective. Intended for prospective students who wish to enter the College of Education in the early/middle years stream and current College of Education students in the early/middle years stream. Students with credit for KIN 146.3 cannot take KIN 121.3 and/or KIN 122.3 for credit.

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