Prepare for a career in human movement
Brock offers a number of degree programs in Kinesiology and Physical Education to allow you to specialize in the area that most interests you.
Whether you want to pursue a career preventing and managing injury and chronic disease, help athletes reach their peak physical performance or work with children and youth in an educational, coaching or fitness situation, we have a variety of options to choose from.
Choose the program that is right for you.
Department of Kinesiology: Three paths to a health profession
Our Kinesiology degree programs will prepare you for a career as a health professional.
You will gain valuable experiences in laboratory, community and clinical settings. This will provide you with the foundation for other advanced degrees related to human movement and exercise therapy, including sport medicine, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, prosthetics/orthotics and chiropractic.
Our Physical Education program will prepare you for a career in teaching, health promotion and therapy.
You will gain valuable experiences in a variety of community and classroom settings. This will provide you with opportunities to promote health and wellness through physical activity.
Do you want to become a health professional working in a clinical or educational setting?
This degree program emphasizes the biophysical, behavioural and socio-cultural aspects of kinesiology, including exercise prescription and rehabilitation, fitness programming, nutrition for sport and health, and clinical assessment.
Are you interested in building your skills in research and theoretical knowledge?
Do you want to participate in research with highly respected faculty members?
This program provides a highly competent science background designed for those who wish to apply for advanced degrees.
Do you want to teach children and youth to become healthy, active individuals?
Brock’s Bachelor of Physical Education degree offers you the opportunity to study human movement, performance and physical literacy, while creating activity programs that meet the needs of various populations.
This program will teach you both the theory and practice of coaching, fitness assessments, sport injury prevention and care. You will be given the opportunity to learn about socio-cultural perspectives and disability studies to meet the individual needs of those you may be working with in the future.
Many of our courses are activity-based and include opportunities to gain practical experience through experiential education.
Would you like to become a teacher?
Explore both our Physical Education program and the Concurrent Education degree program at Brock.