Healthy People, Healthy Communities
Active People, Active Communities

The School's mission is to promote well-being from cell to society, through teaching, research, and active engagement in our communities.  We pursue our aims while fostering an inclusive, caring, and respectful School environment.

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Certificate program in SKHS
Queen's Certificate program in Disability and Physical Activity!  The Certificate is designed to provide students with an interdisciplinary foundation in disability studies, physical activity, health and their intersection while fostering fundamental academic skills.  Offered in partnership between SKHS and the Revved Up program, certificate students also participate in unique capstone experiential learning placements.  


Launch Your Career In Health Promotion

Our Health Studies program explores the complex factors that influence physical, mental and social health and well-being.  Your courses will examine the social and personal determinants of health, the politics of health, health promotion, epidemiology, and program planning and evaluation.

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Turn Your Passion into Your Profession

Study the science of the human body in motion in our Kinesiology program, and learn about the physiological, biomechanical, psychological and sociological factors that influence human movement, exercise and sport performance, and health. 

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Your Time to Experience it All

Take advantage of learning opportunities in the classroom and beyond.  Get involved in our highly active student associations, join a club, volunteer with local organizations, or go abroad for an international exchange.

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Our School

Culture of Learning

The faculty and teaching staff in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies (SKHS) are committed to creating an inclusive, positive, and high-quality teaching and learning environment. One of our most recent initiatives has focused on improving the "culture of learning" within SKHS through evidence-based tips and strategies to improve learning and academic performance. 

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