Faculty members in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies developed this mini-stream to provide students an opportunity to immerse themselves in research.
The Research Mini-Stream experience provides an excellent opportunity for students who are considering applying to a graduate or post-degree program to explore their research potential. Students receive a certificate from the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at the completion of the 15.0 required units (it will not appear on the student transcript).
KNPE 595/6.0Honours Thesis in Kinesiology and Physical Education
Registration in Mini-Stream
There is no formal admission to the Research Mini-Stream. Students should attend the Registration Information Sessions in March for their year (see Registration website for times/places) and follow these steps.
Register into KNPE 251/HLTH 252 Research Skills Development Practicum during your appointment time in July.
Review practicum opportunities (2021-22 will be posted in winter 2021). This provides information about the labs accepting research interns; descriptions of current research projects; number of positions available; application contact information; and, deadline.
Apply directly to the research group(s) of your interest by the deadline (TBC). The contact information and steps to follow are in the Research Practicum Opportunities document above. Copy your application to the Laboratory and Educational Coordinator.
Fill out the HLTH/KNPE 352 Research Practicum Form with your professor and submit it to the SKHS UG Office who will arrange to register you into the course.
At the completion of HLTH/KNPE 352, students will consult with the professor about progressing into HLTH/KNPE 595.
Fill out the HLTH 595/6.0 FormHonours Thesis in Health Studies or the KNPE 595/6.0 FormHonours Thesis in Kinesiology and Physical and Health Education with your professor and submit it to the SKHS UG Office who will arrange to register you into the course.