It really depends on what "option" you go into. If you are in the P.E. teacher or health promotion options, its a breeeze. Otherwise, your schedule consists of a lot of Physiology, Biomechanics, and Motor Control.
So, i guess if you're really good at physics, learning about the brain down to the cellular level, and learning about every cell in your body and how/why it works, then yeah, its easy.
p.s. when graduating from Kinesiology and Health, you earn a Bachelors of Science. About 90% of the classes are science, minus the two options i previously mentioned.
I graduated in '06 through the PE option. Physiology, Biomechanics, and motor control were classes that all options within EXSP have to take. Yes, some of the specific PE classes were easy and fun (who doesn't want to 'learn' how to play and teach all different kinds of games and sports). But many were difficult too. Anybody know which option Bo is in?
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