"Oh the directions they go!" Read about the career plans of Kinesiology students as submitted by them at the time of graduation.
After 3 years in the BSc Kinesiology program, I will be attending the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in
Toronto. At CMCC, I will be a student of a four-year Doctor of
Chiropractic (DC) degree program that emphasizes the importance of
evidence-based research in both classroom and clinical settings. Upon
graduation from CMCC, I plan to open my own practice while continuing to
educate clients and instill the value associated with living a healthy
and active lifestyle.
K.L.M. - BSC GEN KINE
completion of my winter term exams at Queen's, I began class in May at
the University of Ottawa in their Second Entry - Bachelor of Science in Nursingprogram.
I will graduate in the spring of 2013 and look forward to carrying my
love of health promotion and the benefits of exercise with me into my
future career as a nurse!
K.Q. - BSCH SSP KINE
After graduating with a B.Sc. in Kinesiology this spring, I will be attending the University of Western Ontario for an M.Sc. in Clinical Anatomy.
The program is designed to meet the increasing need for persons capable
of teaching clinically-oriented cadaveric gross anatomy for medical,
dental and professional health science programs. Upon completion of this
masters, I intend to obtain my Ph.D., while pursuing a career in
academia and research.
L.V.H. - BSCH SSP KINE
In February of 2012, I will be attending the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand to pursue a Graduate Diploma in Teaching and Learning.
I hope to remain in New Zealand to teach and coach at the high school
level for a few years before returning to Ontario. I am much looking
forward to the challenges and adventures that await me overseas.
A.A.G. - BSCH SSP KINE
completion of my four years at Queen's, I decided to take next year off
from school. I plan on exploring some career options, travelling, and
looking into school for the following year. Some of the programs I have
considered are Ottawa University's course-based Master of Human Kinetics in Intervention and Consultation and Humber's Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management postgraduate certificate.
M.P. - BSCH SSP KINE
After graduating from Queen's I will come back as a graduate student to obtain a Master's in Public Health.
This is a 16-month professional degree that provides students with a
practicum experience and the skills to work as generalists in the public
health community. Upon completion I plan to enter the workforce on both
a national and international front.
A.R. - BSCH SSP KINE
Upon completion of my BSc SSP KINE at Queen's University, I will be continuing my studies at York University. Under the supervision of Dr. David Hood, I will be investigating the mechanisms of mitochondrial biogenesis while pursuing a Masters of Science. I hope it will be a challenging and stimulating opportunity for me to build on the wonderful experiences and knowledge I attained at Queen's University.
A.E.G. - BSCH SSP KINE
the fall of 2011, I will be returning to school at McGill University to
pursue graduate studies in the Kinesiology department under the
supervision of Dr. Tanja Taivassalo.
I will be investigating how exercise training affects the mechanisms of
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, while working towards my M.Sc. Exercise Physiology.
I am looking forward to furthering the amazing research experience I
have had at Queen's in a different area of exercise physiology and to
future directions in the research field.
N.M. - BSCH SSP KINE
completing my undergraduate BSc degree in Kinesiology (Honours)this
spring, I am looking forward to continuing my education this September
at the University of Ottawa in their M.D. Program.
Although I am not sure what area of medicine I would like to go into as
of yet, I plan to graduate in 2015 and am excited for whatever
adventures are in store.
B.I. - BSCH SSP KINE
In September 2011, I will be continuing my education in Montreal at McGill University under the supervision of Dr. Ross Andersen.
As I work with others in an attempt to understand the mechanisms behind
weight management after bariatric surgery, I will pursue an MSC in Exercise Physiology.
I hope to be able to use the knowledge and research skills attained at
Queen's in my future education to further extend research in the field
of Kinesiology and Health Studies.
H.L. - BSCH SSP KINE