From professional athletes to senior citizens, we rely on our bodies to take us where we want to go. While we can perform incredible feats of strength, we’re also prone to injury, disease and other challenges. As a Kinesiology major, you’ll be part of a growing industry dedicated to improving the lives of others through the science of movement, sports and exercise.
Interactive and multidisciplinary, Trent’s four-year B.Sc. degree goes beyond the standard Kinesiology program. You’re encouraged to get hands-on — in the lab and out in the community — working with everyone from Olympic hopefuls to senior citizens. Get advanced clinical and practical perspective through courses integrated with Trent’s Nursing program, as well as classes in biomechanics, anatomy, physiology and more. By the time you graduate, you’ll develop the expertise necessary to become a registered professional with the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario (COKO) and the Canadian Council of University Physical Education and Kinesiology Administrators (CCUPEKA).