Career Information for KINE

KINE Skills

The KINE curriculum will enable students to graduate with the following skills.

  • The ability to write and verbally communicate in a manner consistent with the demands of a professional workplace.
  • The ability to provide health promotion services to the community.
  • The ability to advocate for physical activity interventions in communities.
  • The foundations of knowledge necessary to proceed to graduate studies.

KINE Career Paths

Graduates seek employment in:

  • provincial and federal government sports agencies
  • community colleges and universities
  • health care centers and institutions
  • federal and provincial correctional institutions
  • industrial and corporate fitness and sports programs
  • and, various professions following further study in such areas as the allied health field (athletic training, rehabilitation therapy, chiropractor, gerontology, etc.), graduate studies, and sport management (MBA., MPA., Diploma in Sports Administration, etc.).
  • Go to Queen's Career Services for more ideas.
  • See also "Career Opportunities" on the Ontario Kinesiology Association website.