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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Science
November 28, 2015

Canadian Excellence

The study of human movement and physical activity is a multidisciplinary endeavour and, as such, we offer an undergraduate program that will prepare students to pursue a broad range of careers. Students must complete a number of required core courses, but thereafter may choose from a variety of electives according to their personal interests to complete their degrees.

Limited enrolment into the program ensures that students have ready access to faculty members. At Laurier, you are a name, not a number. Smaller classes give students an opportunity to learn factual material, while at the same time developing the communication and interpersonal skills that are so important for success in today's job market.

Please note: The Kinesiology & Physical Education program at Laurieris a limited enrolment program, howeverNON-KPE students may be permitted to register for.25100-level activity courses.

KPE .25 100-level activity courses now open toallundergraduates. Click here for details.


CLASS/TEACHINGSchedule - Click Here



Dr.Stephen Wenn-Undergraduate Academic Advisor / 519-884-0710, ext.4160
OFFICE HOURS: Mondays 2:00-3:00 pm / Thursdays 9:00-11:30 am
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Dr.PaulaFletcher - Graduate Academic Advisor
Contact: 519-884-0710, ext. 4159

OFFICE HOURS - By Appointment Only


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