Queen's Engineering, Commerce, Nursing, or Distance Studies students who wish to transfer to the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education program must submit an application to through the Ontario Universities' Application Centre(OUAC) using a 105D Application.
Current on-campus Arts and Science students who wish to switch into Physical and Health Education may request this change through the Plan Selection Process. Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Science ( www.queensu.ca/artsci).
Based on the number of their attempted units, applicants will be entering either first-year or upper-year admission.
Those who have attempted at least 24.0 units of credits are considered for upper-year admission, and those with fewer than 24.0 units are first-year admission. Please note, failures are considered attempted units.
1 February - APPLICATION DEADLINE for first-year students (those with fewer than 24.0 units attempted)
1 June - APPLICATION DEADLINE for upper-year students (those with at least 24.0 units attempted)
To be eligible for admission consideration to upper-year to the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education program, students
Not all courses in other Faculties / Schools have equivalents.
Cumulative GPA Calculation
Your academic record will continue to be relevant in your new Program. In particular, the cumulative GPA will be calculated on all courses attempted during the student's undergraudate career at Queen's, and will be utilized when assessing academic progression and prerequisites, and any other purpose specified under the Academic Regulations. Courses that were not passed in your previous Program will count as failures in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
After accepting an offer of admission to the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education program, students should contact Kathy Jackson, Undergraduate Chair in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies.