M.A.- Health Promotion;
M.A.- Public Health Studies;
M.Sc.- Applied Exercise Science;
M.Sc.- Biomechanics / Ergonomics;
M.Sc.- Exercise Physiology
Our programs offer you the opportunity to study human movement from a range of perspectives. Whether you are interested in the mechanics of movement, physiological responses to exercise, health promotion, the psychology of sport or the effects of biological and socio-cultural factors on health, our Master’s and Doctorate-level programs will challenge you intellectually.
You will work with internationally-recognized researchers and have opportunities to collaborate on exciting multi-disciplinary projects, such as CAMBIO (Canada Mexico Battling Childhood Obesity), CORE (Centre for Obesity Research and Education) and Revved Up, an exercise program assisting people with mobility impairments. The School restricts the number of students in our program, as small classes ensure focused support from supervisors and private workspace for each student. The School moved into its new building in January 2010. Located adjacent to the new athletics, recreation and student life centre in the heart of Queen's campus, our building will offer state-of-the-art research and teaching facilities.
Ontario Graduate Council
International Student Requirements:
As per domestic but proof of English language proficiency also required.