Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend the course if you like learning about the human body and its movement or enjoy basic science. I would not recommend the course if you are just going into it thinking its a bird (easy) one you can take to just get graduation requirements. It relies on memorization and has a lot of long, big words that you constantly pronounce and write. If you have no remote interest it is going to be boring and you probably aren't going to like much of the content, but if you want to try something new go for it just make sure you know some science.
This kinesiology class will introduce you to the basic physiological, psychological, sociological and mechanical principles of human movement. You will cover, some, if not all of these concepts in your kinesiology course: motor behavior, biomechanics, exercise physiology, exercise design, and musculoskeletal injury. It can range from learning about about human coordination/control to how physical movement affects children, etc.
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Advice for students:
Don't focus too much on grades - focus on learning, the grades will follow. I had trouble understanding much of the content at first but after a while when I got help and started to enjoy the course more my grades started to boost. I finished with an 87%, which is considered an A where I am from.