General InformationFor graduate students
The College of Kinesiology Graduate Program is prominent in several research areas at both the national and international level. Contributing to this prominence is the strength of individual faculty research programs and the continued mentorship and graduation of excellent students. Our students are highly successful in attaining Tri-Council awards, University Graduate scholarships, and present their work regularly at major conferences, often within their first year. The focus of the program is on research and scholarly activity, and students are actively encouraged to publish their research while pursuing their degree. The program supports about 50 graduate students across the different areas.
The program offers M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in the following areas:
- Physical activity and musculoskeletal health across the lifespan
- Social psychological research in physical activity for health promotion and disease prevention
- Women and girls' physical activity and health
Training of our students is enhanced by the opportunity to be immersed in a research-rich environment. Students have access to office and lab space and the opportunity to work in a collaborative research atmosphere.
Download a fact sheet summary and introduction to our graduate program.
Policies and Procedures
Current students in the graduate program may be interested or need to refer to our policies and procedures. Please use the link below to access the most recent version of our manual.