Undergraduate students at the Faculty of Physical Education and Health can choose from two interdisciplinary degree programs – Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (BPHE) and Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKIN) – as well as a five-year Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP) in collaboration with the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education OISE/UT. All programs focus on developing, advancing and disseminating knowledge about kinesiology, physical activity and health. For more information, visit physical.utoronto.ca.
The Graduate Department of Exercise Sciences offers master’s and PhD students an interdisciplinary environment in which to pursue studies and research related to sport, physical activity and health. Students have access to a diverse faculty with research expertise in behavioural, biophysical and sociocultural sciences. For more information, visit physical.utoronto.ca
The Varsity Blues intercollegiate program is one of the broadest university sport programs in North America, offering 44 men’s and women’s teams in a total of 26 sports. More than 900 student-athletes wear the recognizable blue and white uniform every year. Student-athletes face unique challenges and incredible opportunities, all within a supportive, student-centred environment. For more information about being a Blue, visit varsityblues.ca.