School of Physical Education and Athletics

REGULATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION HONOURS (CO-OPERATIVE)

A Degree of Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Co-operative) signifies superior academic achievement. A Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Co-operative) degree requires, over and above the requirements of the Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative) Degree, additional courses in Physical Education or in approved related fields. A Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Co-operative) degree will be of advantage to students planning more advanced study in their chosen field.

1) A student may pursue a Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Co-operative) degree in any of the two programme streams indicated.

2) Candidates for the Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Cooperative) programme must apply for admission by submitting the completed honours application to the Office of the Registrar, normally by Nov. 1 of the academic year in which they wish to enter the honours programme.

3) If accepted to the Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Co-operative) programme, each candidate's programme of studies must be approved by the Director or delegate.

4) Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Co-operative) shall comply with all regulations governing the Degree of Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative), and shall complete an additional fifteen credit hours over and above the one hundred and twenty required for the Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative) Degree.

These fifteen additional credit hours shall be as indicated in Table 1 - Academic Course Programme - School of Physical Education and Athletics.

5) The Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Cooperative) programme shall include Physical Education 4610 and four other courses approved by the Director or delegate.

6) Students must attain an overall average of at least 75% in PHSD courses required for the degree and an overall average of at least 70% in the total number of courses required for the degree.

7) A declared candidate for a Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Co-operative) degree who fails to fulfil the conditions of clause 6 but fulfils the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative), shall be awarded the Degree of Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative).

8) Students who have been awarded the Bachelor of Physical Education (Co-operative) Degree may convert it to a Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Co-operative) Degree by applying to the School and the Registrar and, upon approval of such application, completing the requirements for the Bachelor of Physical Education Honours (Co-operative) Degree as set forth in the regulations.


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