The Graduate Program in Kinesiology and Health Science offers courses, research and professional training leading to a Master of Arts (MA), Master of Science (MSc), Masters of Fitness Science Non-Thesis (MFSc) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees.
Our masters and doctoral program will prepare you for opportunities for advanced study in the following areas of specialization:
June 14: QEII-GSST 2013-2014 (KAHS deadline)
June 28 to July 15: Graduate Office Closed
Aug 28: FGS Orientation (new students starting Sept)
Sept 9: Fall 2013 classes begin
Jan 6: Winter 2014 classes begin
Graduate Seminar schedule
Important Academic Dates & Deadlines for students
Bhargavi Duvvuri (PhD ’12), winner of this year’s gold Governor General’s Academic Medal
Kara Hawkins (PhD candidate) is a recipient of the 2013/14 Ontario Women's Health Scholars Award
A narrow gait may slow progression of osteoarthritis, says Brian Street (PhD candidate).
Ontario moves to create the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario (CKO).
Dr. Lauren Sergio Dr. Lauren Sergio & Josh Granek (PhD candidate) talk video games and brains at Ontario Science Centre
Myles Gibbon, 1st year MSc, has been invited to 2013 Canadian Football League Combine.
Physical activiity helps improve Alzheimer patients, report Drs. Chris Ardern and Michael Rotondi.
Dr. Lauren Sergio has been appointed the Canadian Institutes for Health Research (CIHR) delegate for York University.
Dr. Jennifer Kuk's study finds 'Obese people can improve health without weight loss'.
Research led by Dr. Tara Haas finds that chronic high-levels of stress hormone could lead to heart problems.
Dara Slopack, (MSc candidate), received a pre-doctoral travel to attend the 2012 American Physiology Society Integrative Biology of Exercise. Dara presented a poster at the conference, and received her award at the closing banquet.
Corinne Babiolakis, 1st year MSc, is the recipient of the 2012-13 Ecole Polytechnique Montreal Women's Memorial Scholarship