Undergraduate Programs

We offer two, four-year degree programs so that you can concentrate your studies in human health and performance, or the thriving field of recreation and sport studies: 

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology

The BScKin program is designed for students interested in health-related professions (such as sports medicine, physiotherapy, occupational and massage therapy), or careers in ergonomics, fitness, teaching and coaching.

Bachelor of Recreation and Sport Studies

The BRSS program prepares students to meet the high demand for trained professionals and managers in the field of recreation and sport management, health and wellness, teaching and coaching.

Kinesiology grads get great jobs!               

  • Chiropractor, Dr. Kelly VanSlyke, BScKin '04, CMAG '07, DC '08 - Fredericton, NB
  • Ergonomic Consultant, Annie (McClellan) Barnwell, BScKin '02, MSc '06 - Taylor’d Ergonomics
  • Youth Co-ordinator, Shannon Nowell, BRSS (Management) '05 - Gagetown, NB
  • Sales and Marketing Representative, Hiorshi Uehara, BRSS '08 - Nicole EuroCycle, Tokyo, Japan
  • Executive Director, FYHA, Danielle McLeod, BRSS '07
  • Assistant Fitness Manager, World Health Sport Club
  • Program Coordinator, Holland College
  • Consultant, NB Culture and Sport Secretariat
  • Physical Education Teacher, Truro, NS
Our work placement opportunities are designed around your career goals. Choose from practicum courses that allow you to work with professionals in your field of interest – physiotherapists, personal trainers, or sports program managers – to full-term internships anywhere in Canada.
We also offer hands-on learning through our state-of-the-art labs, our leadership and activity courses, and our connection to recreation services and athletics.


Brianna Harrison BRSS studentBrianna Harrison is a 4th year BRSS Student!

"My internship placement was a very positive experience for me.  I was able to work with the Government of New Brunswick in the Wellness Branch.  This gave me the opportunity to work with many different organizations like government, and non profits.  Working with many different organizations was an opportunity for me to see what type of organization I would like to work in and what populations suited my interests.  It also allowed me to use the tools I learned in class in a practical setting and see how the theory I was learning related to the real world. From this experience I could see just how many opportunities and settings there are to use my degree and really make a different in communities, it really made me excited for what the future could bring after I graduate!".