Limited enrolment program that examines human movement from a scientific perspective
• Methods from both the physical and behavioural sciences are used to study movement in its varied forms
• All students complete a major research project as well as applied internships in rehabilitation, ergonomics and/or gerontology in the final year of the program
• Students may also have the opportunity to do a year of study on an exchange program at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland
First-year course overview:
PHED 1206 – Perspectives Phed/Sport:Cda.
+ electives (3 cr) from sciences
* Students may only take CHMI 1202 if they are lacking Grade 12 4U Chemistry or its equivalent.
Admission requirements, based on Grade 12 4U/M courses:
Rehabilitation & exercise therapy, Ergonomics and Health & Safety, Health & Fitness consultations, Health Science Industries, Biomedical Applications, Sport Equipment Technology and Design Industries, Research, Gerontology, Graduate studies and research or to continue studies in Medicine, Chiropractic, Physical and Occupational Therapy
Credit transfer opportunities are available from other recognized postsecondary institutions and are typically evaluated on an individual basis. Some fast-tracking opportunities also exist.
Several formal collaborative agreements with Cambrian College are also in place for this program.