York University’s Faculty of Health offers pathways for non-high school students (college and university transfers, international, mature) to attain a degree in Kinesiology & Health Science (BA/BSc).
Get a head start on your degree. More than 60 per cent of Ontario college students who transfer to York receive between four and seven full course credits. Visit York's transfer students page for more information and to apply.
Kinesiology & Health Science at York
- York University's Kinesiology and Health Science program is ranked 1st in Canada, 3rd in North America and 16th in the world according to the 2017 ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Sport Science Schools and Departments
- Our program offers the largest selection of courses available at any Canadian university, offering tremendous choice to help students determine their study and career interests
- Experiential education opportunities including certificate programs in Athletic Therapy and Fitness Assessment & Exercise Counselling; labs (e.g. anatomy, biomechanics); and field placements with community partners such as the Driftwood Community Centre (KIN Kids program) and SkateABLE
Georgian College students:
Learn more about Georgian's transfer credit agreement with York.
Seneca College students:
Learn more about Seneca's transfer credit agreement with York.
George Brown College students:
Learn more about George Brown's transfer credit agreement with York.
Missing a math or science prerequisite course to apply for Kinesiology & Health Science? York offers bridging courses in math and science. You can receive an offer of admission and pursue your degree provided you complete either the math or science you are missing within the first 12 months of study.
- Students missing the math requirement are required to take MATH 1510 6.00
- BA students missing the science requirement are required to take one of: BIOL 1500 3.00 or CHEM 1500 4.00 or PHYS 1510 4.00
- BSc students missing the science requirement are required to take one of: CHEM 1500 4.00 or PHYS 1510 4.00
For questions about these courses or for other degree requirements, please contact the Faculty of Health’s Office of Student & Academic Services at (416) 736-5299 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.