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2010-2011 Academic Year

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HLTH COURSES
All the HLTH courses listed below may be used to fulfil the requirements forconcentration credits in the BSCHSSP KINE program. For a complete description, see Health Studies.

KINESIOLOGY COURSES OPEN TO NON-BSCH KINE STUDENTS
Students registered in the B.A. or B.A.(Hons.) Health Studies concentration have access to KNPE 251*, KNPE 253*, KNPE 335* and KNPE 365*. All otherKNPE courses are closed to non-BSCH KINE and non-BPHEH students with the exception of limited spaces in KNPE 353*,KNPE 367*, KNPE 450*,KNPE 459* andKNPE 473*. Upper-year students with the prerequisites may select these courses, subject to available space, up to a maximum of 4.0 credits. BPHEH and BSCH KINEstudents have priority access to these courses.

AVAILABILITY
The School of Kinesiology and HealthStudies does not offer all of the courses listed in the Calendar every year. For the most up-to-date information on the availability of courses offered in the current year, check QCARD or consult with the School of Kinesiology and HealthStudies.

Students should note that the following courses are typically offered in alternate years: KNPE 363* and KNPE 365*; KNPE 367* and KNPE 473*; KNPE 463 and KNPE 465*. Typically one 300-level and one 400-level course will be offered each year.

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HLTH-101*/0.5 Social Determinants of Health 3L;1T alt.wks.
This course provides an introduction to the study of health and illness, andexplores the social determinants of health, which are the factors that affect the chances people have to lead healthy lives. Topics to be discussed include: what is health?; population and public health; specific social determinants such as income and housing; health among Aboriginal people; globalization; andHIV/AIDS in Africa.
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KNPE-125/0.5* Introduction to the Physiology of Human Movement 3L
This course provides an introduction to human physiology from the cellular to the systemic level with special emphasis on the systems that adapt to exercise stress. The following areas will be covered: the cell, nervous system, skeletal muscle system, respiratory system, cardiovascular system, neuroendocrine system, and renal system.
EXCLUSIONS IDIS 150, PHGY 210, PHGY 212, PHGY 214.
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KNPE-153*/0.5 Introductory Biomechanics 3L
This course will present the fundamentals of biomechanics which includes an understanding of joint structure and function, forces and moments, tools used to record motion and use of these tools for description of motion and skill evaluation.
EXCLUSION PHED 153*.
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KNPE-167*/0.5 Socio-Cultural Dimensions of Sport and Physical Activity 3L/S
An introduction to sociological thinking about sport and physical activity.Among the topics to be discussed are: an exploration of what constitutes sport and under what conditions; how social relations of class, race, gender, and sexuality shape sport experiences; the business of sport; and the relationship between the media and sport.
EXCLUSION PHED 167*.
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KNPE-203*/0.5 The Art and Science of Coaching 3L
An introduction, overview and synthesis of current coaching theory which provides the basis of sound, ethical and effective coaching practices.
PREREQUISITES KNPE 265*; KNPE 237* (or PPHE 237*) is strongly recommended.
EXCLUSIONS PPHE 203*, PHED 303*.
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HLTH-205*/0.5 Introduction to Health Promotion 3L
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-225*/0.5 Integrative Physiology of Human Movement 3L;1P
The emphasis will be placed on understanding the concept of homeostasis and the integratedcontrol of cellular and organ responses involved in regulation to maintain homeostasis. Special emphasis will be placed on the systems that respond to exercise stress. PREREQUISITE KNPE 125*.
EXCLUSIONS IDIS 150, KINE 225*, PHGY 210, PHGY 212, PHGY 214.
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KNPE-227*/0.5 Exercise Physiology 3L
An introduction to the basic components of physiology as they apply to health, fitness and exercise physiology. PREREQUISITES KNPE 125*, KNPE 225*.
EXCLUSION PHED 155*.
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HLTH-230*/0.5 Basic Human Nutrition 3L
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-237*/0.5 Introduction to the Study of Alcohol and Drug Problems 3L
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-237*/0.5 Physical Activities for the Pre-adolescent 3L;1P alt. wks.
An exploration of recent biological and behavioural research on physical activity as it relates to the structural, physiological and psycho-social development of children. Lab component will emphasize applications of these concepts to everyday situations.
EXCLUSIONS PHED 237*, PPHE 237*.
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KNPE-251*/0.5 Introduction to Statistics 2L;1T
An introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics for the behavioural sciences.Parametric and non-parametric tests will be described. PREREQUISITE    Second-year standing or abovein the BPHEH, BSCH KINE or HLTH program.
EXCLUSIONS BIOL 243*; COMM 162*; ECON 250*; NURS 323*; POLS 385*; PSYC 202*; PHED 251*, SOCY 211*; STAT 261*, STAT 267*, STAT 367*.
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HLTH-252*/0.5 Introduction to Research Methods 3L
This course provides an introduction to methods, techniques and approaches to research in health studies.The course will explore the formulation of research questions, experimental design, interpretation of results and the use of statistical analysis in experimental research.Ethical issues in research will also be discussed.
PREREQUISITE    Second-year standing or above in the BPHE, BPHEH, BSCH KINE or BAH MAJ or MED HLTH program.
COREQUISITE KNPE 251* or PHED 251* or equivalent.
EXCLUSIONS GPHY 240*, PSYC 203*, SOCY 321*, STAT 362*.
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KNPE-253*/0.5 Ergonomics and Human Factors   3L
This course provides the necessary background to understand the capabilities and limitations of human performance in home, office and industrial settings. Topics include: evaluation methods; anthropometry and its impact on work; information input; physical work and tolerance limits; human-system interactive; cognitive and sensory factors;body rhythms and work schedules; and human errors. PREREQUISITES FOR HEALTH STUDIES STUDENTS PSYC 100, ANAT 101* and KNPE 125* (or IDIS 150).
PREREQUISITES FOR BPHE, BPHEH, BSCH KINE STUDENTS KNPE 153*, ANAT 315*, PSYC 100.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 253*, PHED 253*; PHED 450* or MECH 495* (both prior to 2006-2007).
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KNPE-255*/0.5 Physical Activity, Fitness and Health 3L/P
An introduction to the interrelationships between physical activity, fitness and health. Current techniques for the measurement of health related fitness components, evaluation of diet, weight loss principles, psychological aspects of fitness and suitable activities for fitness development. Concepts related to prescription of physical activity and exercise counselling are introduced. PREREQUISITE KNPE 125*.
COREQUISITE KNPE 227*.
EXCLUSIONS HLTH 325*, PHED 255*.
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KNPE-261*/0.5 Motor Learning 3L/S
Evaluation of human performance from perception to movement execution. Mechanisms underlying skill acquisition and the roles of practice and feedback on performance will be evaluated. PREREQUISITE PSYC 100.
EXCLUSION PHED 261*.
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KNPE-265*/0.5 Psychology of Sport and Exercise 2L;1S
This course will introduce both theoretical and applied/professional aspects of human social behaviour in sport and exercise settings.
COREQUISITE PSYC 100.
EXCLUSION PHED 165*.
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HLTH-297*/0.5 Special Topics in Health Studies 3L
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-315*/0.5 Theory and Practice of Health Behaviour Change 3L
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-323*/0.5 Epidemiology 2L;1S/T
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-330*/0.5 Athletic Therapy Field Placement 3P
Under the tutelage of the Coordinator of Athletic Therapy Services, students will complete a field placement that involves assignment to a varsity team as a student trainer. Student trainers are responsible for onsite coverage of the team during competition and possibly during practices. The student trainers are also responsible for the taping needs of athletes on the team, and assisting with assessment and rehabilitation.
NOTE Materials Fees: Estimated cost $35.
PREREQUISITES ANAT 315*; at least 70 per cent in KNPE 331* (or PPHE 331*); third-year standing in the BPHEH or BSCH KINE program; valid First Aid/CPR certification; proof of completion of Athletic Therapy experience (36 hours) in second year.
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HLTH-331*/0.5 Advanced Human Nutrition 3L
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-331*/0.5 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries 2L;2P
The care and prevention of common athletic injuries with emphasis placed on the practical portion of taping and wrapping of athletic trauma.
NOTE Materials Fees: Estimated cost $30.
PREREQUISITES ANAT 315* and ANAT 316*.
EXCLUSIONS PHED 331*, PPHE 331*.
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HLTH-333*/0.5 Contemporary Issues in Human Sexuality 2L;1T
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-333*/0.5 Sport, Recreation and Exercise for Persons with Disabilities 3L;2P
A practical approach to issues and concerns related to inclusive programming in sport and exercise for persons with disabilities. PREREQUISITE KNPE 237* ( or PPHE 237*).
EXCLUSIONS PHED 333*, PPHE 333*.
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HLTH-334*/0.5 The Politics of Health and Illness 2L;1T
For acomplete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-335*/0.5 Physical Activity and Aging 3L;1P
An examination of physiological, psychological and emotional changes occurring during the aging process. The role of physical activity to promote quality of life as we age is a key perspective.Students will have placements in community physical activity programs for the elderly and relate class theory to practical implementation. PREREQUISITE    Third- or fourth-year standing in BPHEH or BSCH KINE or HLTH program.
EXCLUSIONS PHED 335*, PPHE 335*.
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KNPE-343*/0.5 Instructional Leadership for Health and Fitness 3L;2P
An advanced internship-based course that provides students with the practical knowledge and skills necessary for the development and administration of individual programs for the improvement of health and fitness. Application of course content will occur through a placement opportunity with the Fitness and Lifestyle Centre. PREREQUISITES KNPE 345* (or PPHE 345*) and KNPE 255*; KNPE 365* (or KINE 365*) is recommended.
EXCLUSIONS PHED 343*, PPHE 343*.
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KNPE-345*/0.5 The Science and Methodology of Sport Training Conditioning Programs 3L/1.5P
This course focuses on the development of sport conditioning programs from periodization concepts to specific training components and how the components can be integrated to create a comprehensive and balanced athlete training plan. Laboratory sessions will work on skill development applicable to conducting training and conditioning programs. PREREQUISITES KNPE 125*, KNPE 227*.
EXCLUSIONS PHED 245*, PPHE 345*.
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KNPE-346*/0.5 Strength and Conditioning Field Placement 3P
Under the tutelage of the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, students will complete a field placement that involves a range of practical experiences in the area of strength and conditioning programs for elite athletes. Practical sessions will be rotated weekly in order to provide students with a variety of experiences in program delivery, training sessions, and testing.
NOTE Materials Fees: Estimated cost $50.
PREREQUISITES ANAT 315*; at least 70 per cent in KNPE 345* (or PPHE 345*); third-year standing in the BPHEH or BSCH KINE program; valid First Aid/CPR certification; proof of completion of the Athletics and Recreation Strength and Conditioning experience in the previous year.
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HLTH-350*/0.5 Topics in Global Health 3L/S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-353*/0.5 Biomechanics 3L;2P
This course is concerned with the quantitative analysis of human motion. Mechanical and biological factors involved are analyzed to help understand sport or human movement skills. Students will have an opportunity to conduct a quantitative analysis on a specific movement. PREREQUISITE FOR ARTS AND SCIENCE STUDENTS    70 per cent in 1.0 credit at the 100-level in MATH or PHYS.
PREREQUISITE FOR BPHEH AND BSCH KINE STUDENTS KNPE 153*; MATH or PHYS is strongly recommended.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 353*, PHED 353*.
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KNPE-363*/0.5 Psychology of Sport and Performance 3L/S
An integration of theory, research and applied work in the area of applied sport psychology. Analysis, discussion of theoretical issues related to performance and practical application of mental skills such as arousal management, attention control, decision making, goal setting, positive self-talk, and time management.
NOTE This course is offered in alternate years in rotation withKNPE 365*and in rotation withKNPE 465*.
PREREQUISITE KNPE 265*. Open only to third-and fourth-year students.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 363*, PHED 363*.
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KNPE-365*/0.5 Physical Activity and Health Behaviour Counselling 1L;2T
Study of strategies to enhance intrinsic motivation and self-regulation for physical activity and health behaviour change in clinical settings. Students will learn and practice motivational interviewing skills for behaviour change in intensive weekly tutorial sessions.
NOTE This course is offered in alternate years in rotation with KNPE 363* and in rotation with KNPE 463.
PREREQUISITES FOR BPHEH AND BSCH KINE STUDENTS KNPE 265* and PSYC 100. Open only to third-and fourth-year students.
PREREQUISITES FOR HLTH STUDENTS HLTH 200*, HLTH 315*, and PSYC 100. Open only to third-and fourth-year students.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 365*, PHED 365*.
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KNPE-367*/0.5 Fitness, the Body and Culture 3L/S
This course looks at the ways that notions of fitness are tied to historically specific ideas about the body. The course focuses on ideas about race, class, gender, ability and sexuality while addressing the politics of fitness and exercise and their relationship to social, economic, and cultural institutions. PREREQUISITES KNPE 167*, or SOCY 226* and SOCY 227* (or SOCY 221).
EXCLUSIONS KINE 367*, PHED 367*.
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KNPE-371*/0.5 Sport and Recreation Management 2L;1S
Organizational and administrative principles as they apply to sport and physical activity programs over a range of settings: commercial, industrial, governmental and educational.
EXCLUSIONS PHED 371*, PPHE 371*.
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KNPE-393*/0.5 Special Topics in Kinesiology and Physical Education I 3L/S
Intensive coverage of topics that are current and/or of special interest in the area of health enhancement, disease prevention, and human performance. Offered periodically by visiting professors or members of faculty. Students should check with the School regarding availability of this course. PREREQUISITE    Third-year standing or above in the BPHEH or BSCH KINE program. Prerequisites will vary depending on the area of study.
EXCLUSION PHED 393*.
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KNPE-395*/0.5 Special Topics in Kinesiology and Physical Education II 3L/S
For a complete description, seeKNPE 393*. PREREQUISITE    Third-year standing or above in the BPHEH and BSCH KINE program. Prerequisites will vary depending on the area of study.
EXCLUSION PHED 395*.
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HLTH-397*/0.5 Special Topics in Health Studies I 3L/S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-399*/0.5 Special Topics in Health Studies II 3L/S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-405*/0.5 Canadian Health Policy 2L;1T
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-415/1.0 Program Design and Evaluation  1.5L/S;1.5P
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-423*/0.5 Advanced Studies in Epidemiology 3L/S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-427*/0.5 Exercise, Nutrition and Metabolism 3L;2P
The focus is on aspects of skeletal muscle energy metabolism related to exercise and nutrition, with a particular emphasis on the regulation of carbohydrate and fat metabolism and the mechanisms regulating their use as substrates for muscle during rest and exercise. The use of nutrition and exercise in humans to assess the impact of these perturbations on whole body metabolism are considered. PREREQUISITE KNPE 125* and KNPE 227*; KNPE 225* (or KINE 225*) is recommended.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 427*, PHED 427*, PT 311*.
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KNPE-429*/0.5 Cardiovascular and Respiratory Control in Exercise 3L;3P
The focus is on aspects of cardiovascular and respiratory adjustments related to exercise, and effects of exercise training on these adjustments. Special topics include: Limitations to muscle aerobic metabolic adaptation, impact of select cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, and performance enhancement in endurance sports. PREREQUISITES KNPE 125* and KNPE 227*; KNPE 225* (or KINE 225*) is recommended.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 429*, PHED 429*, PT 311.
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HLTH-430*/0.5 Sociocultural Studies of Food 3S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-430*/0.5 Athletic Therapy Internship 3P
Working with the Coordinator of Athletic Therapy (AT), and building on the practical skills and knowledge acquired in KNPE 330*, students will complete an Athletic Therapy internship. AT interns will be responsible for serving as a mentor to student trainers and onsite trainers in the Athletic Therapy clinic and at varsity events. They will also serve as teaching assistants in the laboratory component of KNPE 331*.
NOTE Materials Fees: Estimated cost $35.
PREREQUISITES At least 75 per cent in KNPE 330*; fourth-year standing in the BPHEH or BSCH KINE program; valid First Aid/CPR certification; or permission of the instructor.
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HLTH-432*/0.5 Disease, Disability and Quality of Life 2L/S;1S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-434*/0.5 Social Movements in Health 3S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-435*/0.5 Seminar on HIV/AIDS Prevention 3S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-446*/0.5 Strength and Conditioning Internship 3P
Building on the skills and knowledge acquired in KNPE 346*, students will complete a Strength and Conditioning (SC) internship with a varsity team.SC interns will be responsible for the design and implementation of training programs, functional screening, and athlete injury management. They will also assist with the Complete Athlete program and contribute to the laboratory component of KNPE 345* as TAs.
NOTE Matherials Fees: Estimated cost $50.
PREREQUISITES At least 75 per cent in KNPE 346*; fourth-year standing in the BPHEH or BSCH KINE program; valid First Aid/CPR certification; or permission of the instructor.
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KNPE-450*/0.5 Ergonomics 3L;1.5P
This is an interdisciplinary lecture/seminar course designed to provide a comprehensive overview of ergonomics emphasizing applications to product design and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries. The focus includes anthropometry, workplace design, and biomechanical and other human factors. Ergonomic assessment methodologies will be used to assess design features and possible musculoskeletal problems. PREREQUISITES ANAT 101* (or equivalent) and KNPE 353* (or KINE 353*) or a 100-level PHYS course.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 450*, MECH 495*, PHED 450*, PT 419*, RHBS 428*.
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KNPE-454*/0.5 Applications in Biomechanics 3L;1T
This will be an advanced course focusing on the application of biomechanics in sport, clinical and workplace environments. The material to be examined will include standard assessment protocols, descriptions of common injuries or disabilities, and rehabilitative strategies. PREREQUISITE KNPE 353* (or KINE 353*).
EXCLUSIONS KINE 454*, PHED 454*.
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HLTH-456*/0.5 Survey of Research and Literature in Health Studies
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-456*/0.5 Survey of Research and Literature in Kinesiology and Physical Education
Independent study involving a critical review of the literature on an approved topic of specialization in health enhancement, disease prevention and human performance. Students must arrange for a faculty adviser approved by the School of Kinesiology and HealthStudies. PREREQUISITES    Fourth-year standing in the BPHEH or BSCH KINE program; permission of the supervisor and the Undergraduate Coordinator.
EXCLUSION PHED 456*.
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KNPE-459*/0.5 Clinical Exercise Physiology 3L;2P/S
An in-depth coverage of principles of health screening, exercise testing and exercise prescription for healthy adults and individuals with metabolic and cardiopulmonary diseases. PREREQUISITES FOR BPHEH AND BSCH KINE STUDENTS KNPE 125* and KNPE 227*; KNPE 225* (or KINE 225*) is recommended.
PREREQUISITE FOR ARTS AND SCIENCE STUDENTS A minimum of 70 per cent in PHGY 210 or PHGY 212 or PHGY 214.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 459*, PHED 459*.
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KNPE-463/1.0 Community-Based Physical Activity Promotion 2S alt wks;1P
Program planning and evaluation for the promotion of physical activity in the community, workplace, school, and health care settings. Using a combination of lecture, group discussions, and a community-based placement, students will acquire the skills and understand the philosophies used in promoting physical activity involvement in the community. PREREQUISITES KNPE 265* and a BPHEH or BSCH KINE concentration average of 75 per cent. HLTH 315* is strongly recommended.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 463*, PHED 463*.
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KNPE-465*/0.5 Psychology of Sport Expertise 3L/S
An exploration of the theoretical and empirical work in the acquisition of expertise in sport. Specific discussion of the developmental aspects and learning conditions that allow individuals to reach high levels of performance in sport will be included.
NOTE This course is offered in alternate years in rotation withKNPE 363* and in rotation withKNPE 463.
PREREQUISITES A minimum of 75 per cent in KNPE 363* (or KINE 363*) and/or KNPE 365* (or KINE 365*). KNPE 237* (or PPHE 237*) is strongly recommended.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 465*, PHED 465*.
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KNPE-469*/0.5 The Olympic Games 3L/S
This course provides students with a socio-cultural analysis of the Olympic Games through a critical examination of key aspects of the Games' history, their organizational structure, women's relationship to the Games, performance enhancing substances, and the work world of high performance athletes. PREREQUISITE    Fourth-year standing in BPHEH or BSCH KINE.
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KNPE-473*/0.5 Sport and Culture 3S
This course draws on critical theories to look at sport in Western cultures. It examines sport's contribution to systems of gender, race, class, sexuality and ability. Topics include sport's relationship to nationalism, media, commodification, globalization, and the environment. PREREQUISITE A minimum of 70 per cent in KNPE 367* (or KINE 367*), or fourth-year standing in BPHEH or BSCH KINE or Sociology with permission of the School.
EXCLUSIONS KINE 473*, PHED 473*.
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HLTH-491*/0.5 Special Project in Health Studies
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-491*/0.5 Special Project in Kinesiology and Physical Education
This is an independent project in an area of specialization in health enhancement, disease prevention and human performance. Students must arrange for a faculty advisor approved by the School of Kinesiology and HealthStudies to oversee their project. PREREQUISITES    Fourth-year standing in BPHEH or BSCH KINE program; permission of the supervisor and the Undergraduate Coordinator.
EXCLUSION PHED 491*.
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HLTH-493*/0.5 Advanced Topics in Health Studies I 3L/S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-493*/0.5 Special Topics in Kinesiology and Physical Education I 3L/S
Intensive coverage of topics which are of current and/or of special interest in the area of health enhancement, disease prevention and human performance. Offered periodically by visiting professors or members of faculty. Students should check with the School regarding availability of this course. PREREQUISITE    Fourth-year standing in BPHEH or BSCH KINE program. Prerequisites will vary depending on the area of study.
EXCLUSION PHED 493*.
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HLTH-495*/0.5 Advanced Topics in Health Studies II 3L/S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-495*/0.5 Special Topics in Kinesiology and Physical Education II 3L/S
For a complete description, seeKNPE 493*. PREREQUISITE    Fourth-year standing in BPHEH or BSCH KINE program. Prerequisites will vary depending on the area of study.
EXCLUSION PHED 495*.
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HLTH-497*/0.5 Special Topics in Health Studies I 3L/S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-499*/0.5 Special Topics in Health Studies II 3L/S
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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HLTH-595/1.0 Honours Thesis in Health Studies
For a complete description, see Health Studies.
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KNPE-595/1.0 Honours Thesis in Kinesiology and Physical Education
An independent study involving a research proposal and project on an approved topic in the area of health enhancement, disease prevention, and human performance. The research proposal will be completed in the Fall Term and research project in the Winter Term. Students must arrange for a full-time faculty advisor in the School of Kinesiology and HealthStudies. PREREQUISITES Fourth-year standing in BPHEH or BSCH KINE program with a minimum 80 per cent concentration average; permission of the supervisor and Undergraduate Coordinator in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies; HLTH 252* is strongly recommended. Limited spaces available.
EXCLUSION PHED 595.
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