Kinesiology. "Physical Activity and Coronary Heart Disease". Upper-level, one-semester undergraduate course with an enrolment of between 120-175 students. Taught each year.
Kinesiology. A practical placement course in which students work as exercise leaders in the McMaster Cardiac Rehabilitation Program. Taught out-of-block, with students registered throughout the year, including the summer.
Kinesiology. An enriched, limited enrolment placement course in cardiac rehabilitation. Taught to 6 students in each of the fall and winter terms.
Kinesiology. “Epidemiology of Physical Activity and Health”. First year core course taught to 220 undergraduates each fall term.
Kinesiology. "Cardiac Rehabilitation". An in-depth graduate class taught each year with an enrolment of 4-8 students.
Kinesiology. An advanced experiential placement course for 4th year undergraduates.
Applied Health Sciences - Community Health Sciences