Required Courses

1st Year HK!

For Kinesiology students in Year 1, the following courses are REQUIRED in the fall and winter term: 

FALL SEMESTER ---  REQUIRED KINESIOLOGY COURSES
07-95-211-01 Principles of Mental Skill Training
07-95-225-01 Ethics in Sport and Physical Activity
07-95-280-01 Fundamental Mechanics of Human Motion
07-95-265-01 Functional Anatomy***
+ One non-Kinesiology option
*** Students are also required to register in a laboratory portion of 07-95-265 Functional Anatomy.
You will register for 07-95-265-___ (input your chosen section #).
Note: M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday.
 
Students will choose ONE of the following Functional Anatomy laboratory sections (51-58):
51 - M  3:00-3:50PM
52 - T  1:00-1:50PM
53 - T  2:00-2:50PM
54 - T  3:00-3:50PM
55 - W  3:00-3:50PM
56 - R  1:00-1:50PM
57 - R  2:00-2:50PM
58 - R  3:00-3:50PM
Special Note:
For your Functional Anatomy (95-265) course you will also be assigned a computer test slot on Fridays. This will be assigned on your 1st day of class. Please avoid scheduling an option course during the test time slots below.
Friday Functional Anatomy Test Time Slots
9:00 – 9:30a.m.
9:30 – 10:00 a.m.
10:00 – 10:30 a.m.
10:30 – 11:00 a.m
NON-KINESIOLOGY OPTION
YOU CANNOT TAKE  95-103 (Introduction to Kinesiology)
YOU CANNOT TAKE 55-100 (Biology of Organisms)
YOU CANNOT TAKE Any other Introduction to Stats Course.  
YOU MUST TAKE 95-269 (Measurement and Evaluation) in WINTER

 


WINTER SEMESTER --  REQUIRED KINESIOLOGY COURSES
95-200  Health and Wellness
95-205  Introduction to Exercise Physiology
95-250  Principles of Sport Management
95-269  Measurement and Evaluation
+ One non-Kinesiology option

Some Option Courses to Consider:

* For students that are interested in pursuing a minor in Business Administration, it is important to try to take 04-75-100 Introduction to Business within the first 2 years of your B.H.K. 
* These are only suggestions, and some courses are not offered every term.
Science Arts and Social Science Business
03-55-141 Cell Biology  01-07-202 Culture & Ideas  04-75-100 Introduction to Business *
03-59-140 General Chemistry 01-07-234 Literature  
03-60-104 Computer Concepts 01-26-100 Composition*
 
 
03-61-110 Natural Hazards & Disasters 01-28-114 Survey of Art History  
03-61-140 Earth Systems 01-34-110 Introduction to Western Philosophy  
03-62-101 Access to Calculus 01-34-112 Philosophy & Human Nature  
03-62-120 Linear Algebra 02-43-101 Heroes, Hype & History  
03-64-140 Introductory Physics 02-43-123 International Relations  
03-67-100 Geomorphology 02-45-100 Canadian Government & Politics  
03-64-114 Physical Concepts & Numeracy 02-45-130 Comparative Politics  
03-67-102 Atmosphere & Climate 02-46-115 Introduction to Psychology
 
 
  02-48-101 Principles of Sociology  
  02-48-104 Family Development  
  02-48-111 Physical Anthropology  

For detailed instructions on registration, please refer to the UWindsor Registration Guide.