Benefits of studying with us

As part of the Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management you'll be joining us in our commitment to health, wellbeing, human movement and leisure. Our state-of-the-art facilities, labs and programs support enhanced learning and provide opportunities to gain valuable hands on experience beyond the classroom.

Undergraduate programs

Study what moves you. 

Minor in Recreation Studies

Learn what's required to graduate with a Minor in Recreation Studies

Minor in Recreation Studies

Option in Aging

This inter-faculty option can give graduates an extra edge in dynamic fields such as social work, nursing, fitness, recreation and leisure, family and community support and more. Learn what’s required to graduate with an Option in Aging degree.

Option in Aging

Sport Physical Activity and Recreation in the Community Certificate Program (SPARC) 

This certificate program was created to build the capacity of First Nations schools and educational leaders to deliver quality physical education and recreation programming throughout communities in Manitoba. The courses are related to physical activity, sport, recreation, fitness, health and wellness, delivered with Indigenous perspectives and teachings and adapted for delivery in the community.

Learn more about SPARC

Accredited programs

Our faculty has two accredited programs. The accreditation reports are available upon request from the dean's office in room 102 Frank Kennedy Centre.

Our Bachelor of Kinesiology program is accredited by the Canadian Council of University Physical Education and Kinesiology Administrators. Our Bachelor of Kinesiology - Athletic Therapy program is accredited by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association.

Graduate Programs

Do research. Change the world.

  • students conducting research in kinesiology
  • Research in the fields of applied health, leisure and human performance has never been more important. Researchers in our faculty are conducting cutting-edge research into the effects of modern life on the human body. Our diverse research lab environments, collaborations with other faculties and community groups provide graduate students with research experiences that range from the fundamental and theoretical, to the applied, to the natural experiment environments.

    Explore FKRM Graduate studies

    Graduate Studies Academic calendar

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