Mini-Streams 2016-17

Information Session: THUR MAR 3, 4:30 in KINES 101

  • Interested students should attend this information session.

Application Deadline:  FRI MAR 18 at 4:00 p.m. 

  • Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
  • Only candidates chosen for an interview will be notified. 
  • Interviews will be arranged in early April.

Application requirements:

  • Current resume.
  • Cover letter which must outline your relevant past experiences and briefly explain why you are interested in the mini-stream.


  • Applications for all mini-streams must be sent to Michelle McCalpin.
  • The email's subject line must contain the name of the mini-stream.
  • Students are permitted to do one mini-stream only but allowed to apply to more than one.
  • A separate application is required for each application (i.e. applying to more than one mini-stream).
  • The cover letter must include a list of all mini-streams to which you are applying.

If accepted, students must provide:

  • Proof of First Aid & CPR qualifications.
  • Valid CPIC (Police check) with Vulnerable Sector Screening

Questions should be directed to the appropriate mini-stream coordinator.

Athletic Therapy and Strength & Conditioning

A collaboration between Queen's Athletics and Recreation and the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies provides students in the Kinesiology or Physical Health Education programs a unique three-year, mini-stream of study that allows selected students the opportunity to explore either the field of Athletic Therapy or the field of Strength and Conditioning.

Each mini-stream allows students an enriched learning experience. In addition to required theory courses, students will work with varsity athletes and teams acquiring valuable skills, applied knowledge and invaluable experience. Therefore, the course components will require a strong commitment from students as they will become an valued member of the Inter-University Sport Program. Students will apply at the end of first year for one of the twenty places in the Athletic Therapy mini-stream or for one of the twenty places in the Strength and Conditioning mini-stream.

Exercise, Disability & Aging

Revved Up, an adapted community-based exercise program for individuals with mobility impairments and intellectual disabilities, was established to meet a service gap in the Kingston community. In partnership with Revved Up, the School of Kinesiology and Health studies offers a unique, two-year mini-stream of study that provides students, starting in their third year, with the opportunity to explore community-based programming for older adults and persons with disabilities.