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Adapted physical activity Adapted physical activity is a branch of kinesiology sciences that focuses on an interdisciplinary understanding and the promotion of physical activity participation among people with disabilities. This graduate program stream touches upon physical activity and sport participation of people living with one or multiple disabilities, including developmental, emotional, intellectual, and/or physical. Research within the adapted physical activity steam is primarily applied to real world physical activity and sport settings and is founded on theoretical approaches. Studies will center on motivation, self-determination, coaching, participation, and/or social inclusion of children, youth, or adults with disabilities within sport/physical activity contexts.
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2. Two Letters of Recommendation
4. Personal Statement
5. TOEFL or IELTS scores
An undergraduate degree in Physical Education, Exercise Science, Kinesiology, or its equivalent is a prerequisite. Students who seek admission to the Master's program without a degree in Physical Education, Exercise Science, or Kinesiology may be required to complete up to 30 credits of undergraduate work to qualify for admissions (to be determined by the candidate’s supervisor and/or Graduate Program Director).
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