In the Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin) program, professional placements, termed in-field learning, occur as a part of upper-year KPE academic courses. For these unpaid placements in the BKin program, students are matched with a qualified professional and observe and assist as appropriate in tasks with a kinesiology/physical education focus. Placements are offered in a variety of areas including education, health care, health promotion, research and innovation, and sport, fitness, and recreation. BKin placements are approximately 100 hours in length and run from September to March while students are concurrently in other academic courses. The expectation is that the in-field learning opportunities augment students’ learning in other courses by providing practical experience and exposure that compliments classroom learning and theoretical discussions.