Our Master of Kinesiology (MKin) is designed with the objective of providing you with a highly integrated and multidisciplinary approach to the examination of the relationships among physical activity, health and disease in various populations. Explore your research interest and become specialized in a kinesiology sub-discipline including biomechanics, health, exercise physiology, motor control or sport psychology. The emphasis of the thesis will be based on your own interests and your adviser’s research interests within this broad framework.
This program is normally completed in two years (six consecutive terms). You will complete four credits, including a master’s thesis.
To graduate, you must obtain a grade of B- in all graduate courses, with an overall average of B.
In your first year of the program, you’ll take KP601: Seminar in Kinesiology I; KP620: Statistical Reasoning and Advanced Experimental Analysis; and KP622: Advanced Research Design in Human Movement, Health and Development. In your second year, you’ll take KP611: Seminar in Kinesiology II.
You’ll also choose two elective courses, depending on your interests and the focus of your research.
More information can be found on the International Applicants page.
Our faculty supervise students in a wide range of research interests, including: