Designed for Students Interested in Human Movement

Would you like a career in strength and conditioning, exercise leadership, or personal training? If so, the M.S. in Exercise Science is for you. The program prepares you to work with a wide variety of clients, including athletes and people with cardiovascular, pulmonary, or metabolic issues.

Accelerator Admission Details

Direct MAP Advanced MAP MAP Pre-Sessional English
GPA 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5
IELTS 6.5 6.0 5.5 4.5
Program Start Date Spring or Fall Spring or Fall Spring or Fall Spring, Fall or Summer

Qualifying undergraduate degrees:
Bachelor’s degrees in: Medicine, Pharmacy, Biology, Nursing, Biomedical Sciences, Health Education; Exercise Science, Physical Education, Physical Therapy; Occupational Therapy, Dentistry; Pharmacology; Physiotherapy; Biotechnology, Dental Surgery, Microbiology.

MAP Sample Coursework

Management Theory/Organizational Behavior (exclusively for Master’s Accelerator students)
Environmental Studies Special Topics (exclusively for Master’s Accelerator students)

Progression Details

Direct MAP Advanced MAP MAP Pre-Sessional English
Credits Earned Towards Degree 9 6 9 0
Progression Requirements Maintain status GPA of 3.25
No grade lower than a B, and approval from the Accelerator team
GPA of 3.25
No grade lower than a B, and approval from the Accelerator team
Successful completion of the Level 4 courses

Total credits required for degree: 36

Tuition Costs

Pre-sessional English
14-week Sessions 
Direct MAP
1 Semester
Advanced MAP
1 Semester
MAP
2 Semesters
Cost Per Credit After MAP Total Credits Required For Degree
$7,730 – $8,039 $15,760 – $16,390 $16,609 – $17,273 $25,131 – $25,624 $1,320 36

*tuition can vary based on semester of entry.

* Transferable credits for this degree are distinct because of specific degree requirements.

A New Way of Thinking

Our classrooms are think tanks. They’re engines of innovation. This is the time to engage in exhilarating discussions and lectures that pull you in. This is learning at its highest level—with professors who love what they teach, and students who love how they teach it.