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REBEL PIONEER CREATOR EXPLORER TRAILBLAZER FACULTY OF KINESIOLOGY AND RECREATION MANAGEMENT UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS BRMCD - BACHELOR OF RECREATION MANAGEMENT & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 4 year degree program.
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REBEL PIONEER CREATOR EXPLORER TRAILBLAZER FACULTY OF KINESIOLOGY AND RECREATION MANAGEMENT UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS BRMCD - BACHELOR OF RECREATION MANAGEMENT & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 4 year degree program. Designed to expose students to the broad field of recreation management from a leisure perspective. Areas of study include community development, tourism, sport and event management, and outdoor recreation. Supervised fieldwork experience available. Flexible programming. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Completion of credit hours at the University of Manitoba or another post-secondary institution YEAR 1 FOCUSED APPROACH: 1XXX W W Course (1000-level or above) 3 credits STAT 1000 M Basic Statistical Analysis 3 credits PSYC 1200 Introduction to Psychology 6 credits SOC 1200 Introduction to Sociology 6 credits PERS 1300 Introduction to Leisure Travel 3 credits PERS 1400 Concepts of Recreation and Leisure 3 credits Electives 6 credits Recreation Studies minor is also available for students in other degree programs where a minor is permitted. See the undergraduate calendar for details. REBEL PIONEER CREATOR EXPLORER TRAILBLAZER INNOVATOR ADVENTU BKIN - BACHELOR OF KINESIOLOGY 4 year degree program. Prepares students to work in important areas of health and well-being, including sport and fitness, chronic disease prevention, physical activity and health promotion, rehabilitation, sport science, aging and corporate and community wellness. Supervised fieldwork experience available. Flexible programming. BKIN (AT) - BACHELOR OF KINESIOLOGY (ATHLETIC THERAPY) This specialized program within the BKIN 4 year degree prepares students to work in the prevention, immediate care, and rehabilitation of musculo-skeletal injuries. This program involves extensive clinical and field experience so students can apply their knowledge and skills in practical settings, preparing them to certify with the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association (CATA). ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Completion of credit hours at the University of Manitoba or another post-secondary institution YEAR 1 FOCUSED APPROACH: 1XXX W W Course (1000-level or above) 3 credits STAT 1000 M Basic Statistical Analysis 1 3 credits PSYC 1200 Introduction to Psychology 6 credits BIOL 1XXX*** BIOL 1020 and BIOL 1030 (min C) BIOL 1000 and BIOL 1010 (min C+) OR 3 credits 3 credits PERS 1200 Physical Activity, Health and Wellness 3 credits PERS 1500 Foundations of Physical Education and Kinesiology 3 credits Electives 6 credits *** Note: Athletic Therapy applicants MUST satisfy the Biology requirement before admission. Athletic Therapy students should possess valid Health Care Provider CPR and Red Cross First Aid certificates at the time of admission. REBEL PIONEER CREATOR EXPLORER TRAILBLAZER INNOVATOR ADVENTU BPE - BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3 year degree program. Provides students with the knowledge to teach physical education in the school system at the early, middle and senior years. The focus is to provide students with the skills of designing, delivering and assessing meaningful and relevant physical activities and programs. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Completion of credit hours at the University of Manitoba or another post-secondary institution YEAR 1 FOCUSED APPROACH: ENGL1XXX W English (ENGL1200, 1300, or 1310 and 1340) 6 credits 1XXX M MATH 1XXX or STAT 1XXX Course 3 credits PSYC 1200 Introduction to Psychology 6 credits BIOL 1410 Anatomy of the Human Body 3 credits BIOL 1412 Physiology of the Human Body 3 credits PERS 1500 Foundations of Physical Education and Kinesiology 3 credits Electives Breadth/teachable minor subject 6 credits To teach, students with a BPE degree must also complete a two-year After Degree B.Ed. Program in a Faculty of Education. REBEL PIONEER CREATOR EXPLORER TRAILBLAZER INNOVATOR ADVENTU ABOUT THE FACULTY OF KINESIOLOGY AND RECREATION MANAGEMENT Whether it s learning in a classroom, co-authoring a research article, doing a fieldwork placement with a professional organization, or spending your lunch break running around one of our tracks, as part of the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management, you ll be joining us in our commitment to health, well-being, human movement, and leisure. The Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management is an exciting place to be! We ve broken ground on the new Active Living Centre, which will be a world-class facility for students and everyday users and help prepare future kinesiologists, physical educators, recreation specialists, coaches, and more for their careers. We ve also developed a new Exercise Physiology Lab, Human Anatomy Lab, fantastic gyms and an Athletic Therapy Centre. It s all here for you! DIRECT ENTRY The Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management accepts some students into our three degree programs directly from high school (excludes Athletic Therapy). In addition to the general U of M admission requirements for high school students, a minimum 85% average over the following courses, with no less than 60% in each individual course would be needed for consideration: English 40S, Mathematics 40S, Biology 40S (recommended for B.Kin.), Chemistry 40S, Physics 40S, or Social Studies 40S (World Human Geography, Western Civilization History, or Social Studies: World Issues) Please note that due to limited space students may require a higher average than stipulated. For more information visit our website: umanitoba.ca/kinrec PROGRAMS FOR LIFE There is no better time to pursue higher education and learn skills in the areas of human movement, leisure, recreation, sport, health and well-being than right now. The Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management is excited about developments in these fields. We apply new findings in research - including our own research - into the programs we offer so students can get an education that s current and highly competitive. We know the knowlege and training that our graduates leave with will continue to benefit the overall health and well-being of Canadians. INTRODUCTORY COURSES (U OF M) PERS 1200 Physical Activity, Health and Wellness 3 credits PERS 1300 Introduction to Leisure Travel 3 credits PERS 1400 Concepts of Recreation and Leisure 3 credits PERS 1500 Foundations of Physical Education and Kinesiology 3 credits UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA FACULTY OF KINESIOLOGY AND RECREATION MANAGEMENT umanitoba.ca/kinrec 102 Frank Kennedy Centre Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Phone: Fax:
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