Do you want to make a difference in society?

 Kinesiology is the study of human movement and its role in our lives.

We welcome students who have a keen interest in helping to improve conditions in the world, helping individuals to achieve active healthy lifestyle, improving community and social wellness and improving the lives of people with disadvantages. We value diversity, social justice, and environmental sustainability.

Our Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin) program features a carefully planned and unique balance of theory and application.

 

 

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 Bachelor of Kinesiology

The Kinesiology program develops graduates who enter the world of Sport and Physical Activity which provides many opportunities. Although teaching continues to be an attractive option to some Kinesiology graduates, there are a wide variety of other opportunities in such areas as Fitness Leadership, Program Development and Instruction for all age and ability groups, Sport or Fitness Management, Coaching, Sport Rehabilitation and Sport Science.   Read more

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Event Calendar

Check out upcoming events, important dates, and announcements for the School of Kinesiology. To view the calendar for campus events click here. To view the Registrar's Academic Calendar's click here.

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Student Involvement

The Kinesiology Society is a student oriented and run club for all students. It is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the school and to have input into your social and educational development while you are at Acadia University.

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Community Activities

Hannah Miller was a 7 year old minor hockey player in the Acadia Minor Hockey Association (AMHA) Quick Start program.  She loved to play hockey and her enthusiasm was evident to everyone.

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Faculty Accomplishments

Every spring, students in professor Hennigar’s Outdoor Leadership and Expedition Management course attend an intensive 10 day field camp in the Black River Lake area near Gaspereau, Nova Scotia.

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Student Handbook

The University and School offer considerable assistance to students who might encounter academic or personal difficulties. We encourage you to consult with your faculty advisor and the student handbook should you have any questions or concerns about your program of studies or other matters.

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