All students receive their degree in Kinesiology and Health Studies.
All master's programs are full-time, two-year, thesis-based programs.
All doctoral programs are full-time, four-year, thesis-based programs.
Several areas of study are available including:
The integration of anatomical and mechanical aspects of human motion and in-depth study in functional anatomy and the mechanics of human movement
The adaptation of the human organism to exercise; and training and advancing knowledge in occupational and health applications of the traditional exercise disciplines
Sport and physical activity as a social phenomenon
Physical activity epidemiology provides students with education in a multi-disciplinary program exploring the issues of health at the population level that is based in Health Canada's paradigm for health research, the population health framework
The psychology of sport and physical activity
Health Promotion study provides students with education in the science and art of promoting health, preventing disease, prolonging life and improving quality of life through the organized efforts of society.
Prospective graduate students may use the online application process at Applying for Graduate Studies