Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2006/2007)
18.5 Comprehensive Examinations
  1. Candidates electing to qualify for the degree under Option ii. must write a comprehensive examination. The comprehensive examination shall examine the candidate's ability to relate the area of specialization to the area of the core studies. The candidate may be required to appear for an oral examination.

  2. The comprehensive examination shall normally be constructed and evaluated by an examining committee of three examiners, at least two of whom shall be faculty members of the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation appointed by the Dean on the recommendation of the Director of the School.

  3. A candidate may not write the examination before completing the course work for the degree.

Note:

Every candidate in graduate studies shall comply with the General Regulations, the degree regulations and any additional requirements of the Department.

Courses

  • 6000 Quantitative Methods in Physical Education
  • 6001 Qualitative Research Methods in Physical Education
  • 6002 Scientific and Cultural Foundations of Physical Education
  • 6110 Physical Education, Recreation and Sport Management
  • 6111 Canadian Delivery Systems in Physical Education, Recreation and Sport
  • 6120 Curriculum Development in Physical Education
  • 6130 Computer Applications in Physical Education
  • 6410 Sport and Society
  • 6420 History of Physical Education and Sport
  • 6XXX Contemporary Issues and Trends in Physical Education
  • 6610-15 Individual Reading and Research in Special Areas