Want to be part of Canada’s most comprehensive Kinesiology programs? Brescia is fortunate to have spaces reserved in Western’s Kinesiology program. What does that mean for you? You’ll take your Kinesiology courses at Western and your electives at Brescia. That means you will benefit from both Western’s exciting Kinesiology courses and also be part of Brescia’s student-centred, invigorating, and leadership-focused community.
What exactly can you study? The options are endless – within the Kinesiology program you will explore diverse areas such as the scientific basis of human movement, dimensions of sport, exercise and dance, and sociocultural and bioscientific aspects of physical activity. Then, combine your Kinesiology major with another major offered at Brescia to complete your degree. This means you’ll be able to study exactly what you want and you will graduate with a degree that’s been custom tailored to your interests and goals.
If you have questions, please contact a Brescia Admissions Officer or an Academic Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our graduates find rewarding careers in positions, such as:
“As a proud graduate of Brescia University College, I had the opportunity to combine my Kinesiology program with my Psychology Program. Being a Kinesiology student at Brescia, allows you to be apart of the tight knit community making it less intimidating and more intimate to get involved on campus. Taking part of your coursework on Western’s campus really allows you to explore extra courses, clubs and activities, spaces on campus and getting to know others in your program, but Brescia will always be your home. Combining my experiences at both Brescia and Western allows me to see all of my client’s in a multifaceted way using a biopsychosocial approach which truly allows me to be the best care provider that I can be. ”
– Jaclyn Fraser ’14 – Psychogeriatric Case Manager at LOFT Community Services
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