Student Learning Outcomes
| Knowledge Outcomes - The students will:
| Learning outcome 1 - Understand the anatomical and biomechanical
bases of human movement
| Learning outcome 2 - Understand the physiological bases of human
| Learning outcome 3 - Understand the behavioral, historical,
psycho-social and philosophical aspects of human movement
| Learning outcome 4 - Use an array of technologies to support
inquiry and professional practice
| Learning outcome 5 - Understand and apply the principles of
exercise testing and prescription to diverse populations at
various developmental stages and under a range of health
| Learning outcome 6 - Be able to critically evaluate the
scientific literature in the discipline, understand and
synthesize relevant information from it, and be able to convey
this information both orally and in writing
| Students will apply their Kinesiology-related knowledge to think
critically and ethically in examining issues and solving
problems associated with their chosen sub-discipline.
| Students will communicate effectively and persuasively, both
verbally and in writing, in academic and professional settings.
| Students will interpret, and apply the professional literature
of their chosen Kinesiology sub-discipline.