All master's students receive their degree in Kinesiology and Health Studies.
All master's students complete the equivalent of 4 one-term graduate level primary courses in your area of expertise. SGS defines primary courses as those that are necessary to your degree. See the Coursework Section of this Handbook for details on your specific course requirements for your degree path.
Successful completion of the following additional non-credit courses is also required and will be noted on your transcript as a Pass:
- Course in Research Ethics (CORE) (SGS 804)
- Accessibility Education (AODA 802)
Attendance at Graduate Seminar Series;
A Thesis Proposal.
A master's thesis (KHS 899) which accounts for one-half of your total program requirements. The master's thesis must be defended orally.