MKin Policies and Procedures
All Master of Kinesiology students must complete the department's progress report regualrly. First year students must complete it in mid-May. All other students must complete it in mid-Jan., mid-May, and mid-Sept.
- Download the progress report form (PDF).
A full 1.0-credit teaching assistantship (TA) is 130 hours of work in a term, including any preparatory time required by the student.
A 0.5-credit TA is 65 hours of work in a term, including any preparatory time required by the student.
Instructors are responsible for insuring that teaching assistants (TAs) work no more than the required number of hours and that all work is related to the course.
Work can entail laboratory teaching, marking, exam proctoring, laboratory preparation, etc.
- More information on graduate teaching assistantships.
All MKin Policies and Procedures
The Policies and Procedure document outlines all relevant policies regarding the MKin program, such as application procedures, teaching assistantships and course requirements.
- Download the Kinesiology and Physical Education Master of Kinesiology Policies and Procedures (PDF).