Kinesiology and Health Science Certificates
Études internationales

Faculty of Health

Collège universitaire Glendon

There are multiple certificates available in the Kinesiology and Health Science program:

Certificate in Athletic Therapy

Certificate in Fitness Assessment and Exercise Counselling

Bureau : 160 Pavillon York, tél. : 416-487-6704
Directeur : S. Kirschbaum
Professeur titulaire : S. Kirschbaum
Professeurs agrégés : C. Clark-Kazak, J. M. Montsion
Professeurs adjoints : E. Coburn, A. Dossou-Yoyo, H. Ali-Hassan, A. Karoui

Exigence de résidence à l'échelle de l'Université

Au moins 30 crédits d’un programme à York et 50 % des crédits exigés dans la majeure et la mineure doivent être complétés à Glendon.

University-Wide Residency Requirement

A minimum of 30 course credits and at least half (50 per cent) of the course credits required in each undergraduate degree program major/minor must be taken at York University.

Faculty-Wide Degree Requirements

Exigences de diplôme à l'échelle de la faculté

Exigences de programme spécifique

Ce Programme bilingue offre des cours de base et des cours au choix dans les principaux domaines des relations internationales, notamment les domaines stratégique, économique et culturel. Il vise à faire comprendre de façon méthodique et approfondie les problèmes et le potentiel de la société internationale. Il fournit aux étudiants les instruments d’analyse voulus et amène chacun à réfléchir d’une manière constructive à la création d’un monde plus pacifique, plus humain et plus juste. Il considère le rôle du Canada et des cultures francophones et anglophones dans ce processus. Surtout, à l’âge de la mondialisation, il met l’accent sur une vision plus interdisciplinaire et multiculturelle de la société internationale. Il encourage aussi les étudiants à maîtriser plusieurs langues étrangères et à acquérir des expériences internationales précieuses, grâce aux échanges inter-universitaires et au stage professionnel.

Il faut noter que tous les cours indiqués dans la liste ci-dessous ne sont pas nécessairement offerts chaque année. Les étudiants devraient consulter le/la Directeur/Directrice du Département au moment de la sélection de leur cours.

Tous les étudiants qui préparent une spécialisation en Études internationales doivent obtenir 27 crédits de cours de base et de séminaires.

Baccalauréat spécialisé approfondi : 120 crédits

Cours de la majeure : un minimum de 60 crédits en Études internationales et/ou choisis de la liste des cours approuvés, incluant :

  • GL/ECON 1000 3.00
  • GL/ECON 1010 3.00
  • GL/ILST 2622 3.00
  • GL/ILST 2644 6.00
  • GL/ILST 2655 6.00
  • GL/ILST 2920 6.00
  • GL/ILST 2930 6.00
  • 12 crédits de la majeure au niveau 3000, comme suit :
    • GL/ILST 3250 3.00
    • GL/ILST 3505 3.00
    • GL/ILST 3650 3.00
    • trois crédits additionnels de la majeure au niveau 3000
  • 12 crédits de la majeure au niveau 4000, comme suit :
    • GL/ILST 4000 6.00 ou GL/ILST 4300 6.00 ou GL/ILST 4510 6.00
    • GL/ILST 4501 3.00
    • 3 crédits additionnels de la majeure au niveau 4000
  • 3 crédits additionnels de la majeure à n’importe quel niveau

N.B. Les cours approuvés hors d'ILST sont énumérés plus bas.

Les exigences d’éducation générale* : Chaque étudiant inscrit au baccalauréat-ès-arts du Collège doit avoir réussi à l’équivalent d’au moins six crédits dans trois des quatre divisions du programme en éducation générale (pour un total de 18 crédits): humanités, logique, sciences naturelles, sciences sociales.

Les exigences de bilinguisme* : Tout étudiant doit obtenir six crédits dans chaque langue officielle (français et anglais) au Collège universitaire Glendon, à choisir parmi les deux options suivantes :

  • des cours de 2e année ou d’un niveau supérieur en français langue seconde ou en anglais langue seconde ;
  • des cours dans une discipline qui respecte les exigences en matière de bilinguisme.

Cours avancés* : 36 crédits au niveau 3000 ou 4000 avec au moins 18 crédits au niveau 4000. Ces cours incluent les cours (susmentionnés) de majeure aux niveaux 3000 et 4000.

Crédits hors majeure* : un minimum de 18 crédits.

Exigences de résidence : au moins 30 crédits d’un programme à York et 50% des crédits exigés dans la majeure et la mineure doivent être complétés à Glendon.

Exigences pour l'obtention du diplôme : Les étudiants doivent réussir à un total de 120 crédits avec une moyenne de 5.00 (C+) dans la spécialisation et dans le programme.

*N.B. : Pour plus de détails, veuillez vous référer à la section Règlements gouvernant l'obtention du Baccalauréat ès arts dans l'Annuaire.

Baccalauréat international spécialisé approfondi : 120 crédits

Cours de la majeure : un minimum de 60 crédits en Études internationales et/ou choisis de la liste des cours approuvés, incluant :

  • GL/ECON 1000 3.00
  • GL/ECON 1010 3.00
  • GL/ILST 2622 3.00
  • GL/ILST 2644 6.00
  • GL/ILST 2655 6.00
  • GL/ILST 2920 6.00
  • GL/ILST 2930 6.00
  • 12 crédits de la majeure au niveau 3000, comme suit :
    • GL/ILST 3250 3.00
    • GL/ILST 3505 3.00
    • GL/ILST 3650 3.00
    • trois crédits additionnels de la majeure au niveau 3000
  • 12 crédits de la majeure au niveau 4000, comme suit :
    • GL/ILST 4000 6.00 ou GL/ILST 4300 6.00 ou GL/ILST 4510 6.00
    • GL/ILST 4501 3.00
    • 3 crédits additionnels de la majeure au niveau 4000
  • 3 crédits additionnels de la majeure à n’importe quel niveau

Les cours de la majeure peuvent aussi satisfaire aux exigences du Baccalauréat ès arts international.

N.B. Les cours approuvés hors d'ILST sont énumérés plus bas.

Les exigences d’éducation générale* : Chaque étudiant inscrit au baccalauréat-ès-arts du Collège doit avoir réussi à l’équivalent d’au moins six crédits dans trois des quatre divisions du programme en éducation générale (pour un total de 18 crédits): humanités, logique, sciences naturelles, sciences sociales.

Les exigences de bilinguisme/trilinguisme* : Pour le programme iBA bilingue, tout étudiant doit obtenir 18 crédits dans chaque langue officielle (français et anglais). Au moins 6 de ces crédits doivent être obtenus au Collège universitaire Glendon et choisis parmi les deux catégories suivantes :

  • des cours de 2e année ou d'un niveau supérieur en Français langue seconde ou en Anglais langue seconde ;
  • des cours dans une discipline qui respectent les exigences en matière de bilinguisme du Collège.

Les 12 crédits restants peuvent être obtenus à l’étranger.

Pour le programme iBA trilingue, en sus des exigences du programme bilingue, tout étudiant doit obtenir : 18 crédits en Études hispaniques (incluant GL/SP 3000 6.00) ou six crédits en Études hispaniques au niveau avancé) ou 18 crédits dans une autre langue moderne offerts par l'Université York (dont six crédits au niveau avancé).

Cours à dimension internationale* : un minimum de 12 crédits axés sur la dimension internationale .

Programme d’échange international* : un minimum d’un semestre à temps plein dans un programme d'échange international et dans une institution reconnue par Glendon ou l'Université York. L’étudiant doit réussir à au moins neuf crédits pendant un échange d’une demi-année, ou à 18 crédits pendant un échange d’une année complète.

Cours avancés* : 36 crédits au niveau 3000 ou 4000 avec au moins 18 crédits au niveau 4000. Ces cours incluent les cours (susmentionnés) de majeure aux niveaux 3000 et 4000.

Crédits hors majeure* : un minimum de 18 crédits.

Exigences de résidence : au moins 30 crédits d’un programme à York et 50% des crédits exigés dans la majeure et la mineure doivent être complétés à Glendon.

Exigences pour l'obtention du diplôme : Les étudiants doivent réussir à un total de 120 crédits avec une moyenne de 5.00 (C+) dans la spécialisation et dans le programme.

*N.B. : Pour plus de détails, veuillez vous référer à la section Règlements gouvernant l'obtention du Baccalauréat ès arts dans l'Annuaire.

Baccalauréat spécialisé : 120 crédits

Cours de la majeure : un minimum de 42 crédits en Études internationales et/ou choisis de la liste des cours approuvés, incluant :

  • GL/ILST 2622 3.00
  • GL/ILST 2644 6.00
  • GL/ILST 2655 6.00
  • 9 crédits de la majeure au niveau 3000, comme suit :
    • GL/ILST 3250 3.00
    • GL/ILST 3505 3.00
    • GL/ILST 3650 3.00
  • 12 crédits de la majeure au niveau 4000, comme suit :
    • GL/ILST 4501 3.00
    • 9 crédits additionnels de la majeure au niveau 4000
  • 6 crédits additionnels de la majeure à n’importe quel niveau

N.B. Les cours approuvés hors d'ILST sont énumérés plus bas.

Les exigences d’éducation générale* : Chaque étudiant inscrit au baccalauréat-ès-arts du Collège doit avoir réussi à l’équivalent d’au moins six crédits dans trois des quatre divisions du programme en éducation générale (pour un total de 18 crédits): humanités, logique, sciences naturelles, sciences sociales.

Les exigences de bilinguisme* : Tout étudiant doit obtenir six crédits dans chaque langue officielle (français et anglais) au Collège universitaire Glendon, à choisir parmi les deux options suivantes :

  • des cours de 2e année ou d’un niveau supérieur en français langue seconde ou en anglais langue seconde ;
  • des cours dans une discipline qui respecte les exigences en matière de bilinguisme.

Cours avancés* : 36 crédits au niveau 3000 ou 4000 avec au moins 18 crédits au niveau 4000. Ces cours incluent les cours (susmentionnés) de majeure aux niveaux 3000 et 4000.

Crédits hors majeure* : un minimum de 18 crédits.

Exigences de résidence : au moins 30 crédits d’un programme à York et 50% des crédits exigés dans la majeure et la mineure doivent être complétés à Glendon.

Exigences pour l'obtention du diplôme : Les étudiants doivent réussir à un total de 120 crédits avec une moyenne de 5.00 (C+) dans la spécialisation et dans le programme.

*N.B. : Pour plus de détails, veuillez vous référer à la section Règlements gouvernant l'obtention du Baccalauréat ès arts dans l'Annuaire.

Baccalauréat international spécialisé : 120 crédits

Cours de la majeure : un minimum de 42 crédits en Études internationales et/ou choisis de la liste des cours approuvés, incluant :

  • GL/ILST 2622 3.00
  • GL/ILST 2644 6.00
  • GL/ILST 2655 6.00
  • 9 crédits de la majeure au niveau 3000, comme suit :
    • GL/ILST 3250 3.00
    • GL/ILST 3505 3.00
    • GL/ILST 3650 3.00
  • 12 crédits de la majeure au niveau 4000, comme suit :
    • GL/ILST 4501 3.00
    • 9 crédits additionnels de la majeure au niveau 4000
  • 6 crédits additionnels de la majeure à n’importe quel niveau

Les cours de la majeure peuvent aussi satisfaire aux exigences du Baccalauréat ès arts international.

N.B. Les cours approuvés hors d'ILST sont énumérés plus bas.

Les exigences d’éducation générale* : Chaque étudiant inscrit au baccalauréat-ès-arts du Collège doit avoir réussi à l’équivalent d’au moins six crédits dans trois des quatre divisions du programme en éducation générale (pour un total de 18 crédits): humanités, logique, sciences naturelles, sciences sociales.

Les exigences de bilinguisme/trilinguisme* : Pour le programme iBA bilingue, tout étudiant doit obtenir 18 crédits dans chaque langue officielle (français et anglais). Au moins 6 de ces crédits doivent être obtenus au Collège universitaire Glendon et choisis parmi les deux catégories suivantes :

  • des cours de 2e année ou d'un niveau supérieur en Français langue seconde ou en Anglais langue seconde ;
  • des cours dans une discipline qui respectent les exigences en matière de bilinguisme du Collège.

Les 12 crédits restants peuvent être obtenus à l’étranger.

Pour le programme iBA trilingue, en sus des exigences du programme bilingue, tout étudiant doit obtenir : 18 crédits en Études hispaniques (incluant GL/SP 3000 6.00) ou six crédits en Études hispaniques au niveau avancé) ou 18 crédits dans une autre langue moderne offerts par l'Université York (dont six crédits au niveau avancé).

Cours à dimension internationale* : un minimum de 12 crédits axés sur la dimension internationale.

Programme d’échange international* : un minimum d’un semestre à temps plein dans un programme d'échange international et dans une institution reconnue par Glendon ou l'Université York. L’étudiant doit réussir à au moins neuf crédits pendant un échange d’une demi-année, ou à 18 crédits pendant un échange d’une année complète.

Cours avancés* : 36 crédits au niveau 3000 ou 4000 avec au moins 18 crédits au niveau 4000. Ces cours incluent les cours (susmentionnés) de majeure aux niveaux 3000 et 4000.

Crédits hors majeure* : un minimum de 18 crédits.

Exigences de résidence : au moins 30 crédits d’un programme à York et 50% des crédits exigés dans la majeure et la mineure doivent être complétés à Glendon.

Exigences pour l'obtention du diplôme : Les étudiants doivent réussir à un total de 120 crédits avec une moyenne de 5.00 (C+) dans la spécialisation et dans le programme.

*N.B. : Pour plus de détails, veuillez vous référer à la section Règlements gouvernant l'obtention du Baccalauréat ès arts dans l'Annuaire.

Baccalauréat spécialisé avec double majeure

Les étudiants peuvent choisir Études internationales dans un programme spécialisé avec double majeure offert à Glendon. Veuillez consulter l'Annuaire de York pour prendre connaissance des exigences de la deuxième majeure.

Baccalauréat international spécialisé avec double majeure

Les étudiants peuvent choisir Études internationales dans un programme international spécialisé avec double majeure offert à Glendon. Veuillez consulter l'Annuaire de York pour prendre connaissance des exigences du Baccalauréat international spécialisé de la deuxième majeure

Baccalauréat spécialisé avec majeure et mineure

Les étudiants peuvent choisir Études internationales dans un programme spécialisé avec une mineure dans une autre discipline offerte à Glendon. Veuillez consulter l'Annuaire de York pour prendre connaissance des exigences de la mineure.

Baccalauréat international spécialisé avec majeure et mineure

Les étudiants peuvent choisir Études internationales dans un programme international spécialisé avec une mineure dans une autre discipline offerte à Glendon. Veuillez consulter l'Annuaire de York pour prendre connaissance des exigences de la mineure.

Liste des cours approuvés

  • GL/CDNS 3621 3.00
  • GL/ECON 1000 3.00
  • GL/ECON 1010 3.00
  • GL/ECON 3620 3.00
  • GL/ECON 3920 3.00
  • GL/ECON 4290 6.00
  • GL/ECON 4650 3.00
  • GL/GWST 2504 6.00
  • GL/GWST 3503 6.00
  • GL/GWST 3512 3.00
  • GL/GWST 3524 3.00
  • GL/GWST 4802 3.00
  • GL/HIST 2905 6.00
  • GL/HIST 2930 6.00
  • GL/HIST 3225 3.00
  • GL/HIST 3635 6.00
  • GL/HIST 3659 3.00
  • GL/HIST 3670 3.00
  • GL/HIST 3675 3.00
  • GL/HIST 4240 6.00
  • GL/MODR 1711 6.00 or GL/MODR 1712 6.00 or GL/MODR 1714 6.00 or GL/MODR 1716 6.00 or GL/MODR 1717 6.00
  • GL/PHIL 3634 3.00
  • GL/POLS 2480 6.00
  • GL/POLS 2920 6.00
  • GL/POLS 3210 6.00
  • GL/POLS 3220 6.00
  • GL/POLS 3615 6.00
  • GL/POLS 4010 3.00
  • GL/POLS 4270 6.00
  • GL/POLS 4280 6.00
  • GL/POLS 4605 3.00
  • GL/POLS 4610 3.00
  • GL/POLS 4630 6.00
  • GL/POLS 4650 3.00
  • GL/POLS 4670 6.00
  • GL/POLS 4680 6.00
  • GL/POLS 4685 3.00
  • GL/PSYC 3660 3.00
  • GL/PSYC 3662 6.00
  • GL/SOCI 2625 6.00
  • GL/SOCI 2626 3.00
  • GL/SOCI 2626 6.00
  • GL/SOCI 2660 6.00
  • GL/SOCI 3610 3.00
  • GL/SOCI 3640 6.00
  • GL/SOCI 3692 6.00
  • GL/SOCI 3910 3.00
  • GL/SOCI 3917 3.00
  • GL/SOCI 3980 6.00
  • GL/SOCI 4615 6.00
  • GL/SOCI 4625 6.00
  • GL/SOSC 3605 3.00
  • GL/SP 3310 3.00

Program-Specific Degree Requirements

The Faculty offers a range of perspectives on health drawn from natural science, social science, nursing, humanities, management and administration. The Faculty’s vision is driven by the following principals and goals:

  • to promote York’s expertise in teaching, research, and practice in health by bringing it together in one Faculty;
  • to foster the development of new academic programs in health at York that capitalize on existing strengths among faculty members across the University; and
  • to create an academic environment and culture that will support the continual development of novel, innovative and multidisciplinary approaches to health and health care.

This multidisciplinary approach creates opportunities to explore a wide variety of health issues ranging from public policy decisions to the search for better clinical interventions.

A variety of methods for studying health and social phenomena is used in the Faculty, ranging from experimental and epidemiological techniques to clinical case studies, oral histories and ethnographic observation. Research focuses not only on hospitals and clinics but communities, homes, farms, schools, factories and the global economic environment.

Faculty of Health Programs

  • Bachelor of arts and bachelor of arts with Honours, majoring in global health
  • Bachelor of arts with Honours, majoring in kinesiology and health science
  • Bachelor of arts and bachelor of arts with Honours, majoring in psychology
  • Bachelor of health studies and bachelor of health studies with Honours, all majors
  • Bachelor of science and bachelor of science with Honours, majoring in global health
  • Bachelor of science with Honours, majoring in kinesiology and health science
  • Bachelor of science and bachelor of science with Honours, majoring in psychology
  • Bachelor of science in nursing with Honours, all streams

The Faculty of Health considers academic advising an important responsibility. The term academic advising covers a number of complementary functions related to assisting students, such as:

  • understanding degree and program requirements;
  • understanding Faculty legislation and policies;
  • understanding your grade report and academic standing.

These functions may vary in their significance to students at different times of the academic year and at different points in students’ academic careers.

Advising students is a shared responsibility between Faculty of Health schools and departments and the Office of Student and Academic Services. Students contact these offices throughout the year for advice and information related to their academic career including academic performance, degree programs and requirements.

Student Responsibility

Every effort is made to ensure that students in the Faculty of Health have access to sound information and individual advice and guidance. Within this context, and within the framework of Faculty and program regulations, students are responsible for making your own choices about courses and programs.

Students are responsible for knowing and fulfilling all degree and program requirements outlined in the York University Undergraduate Calendar. Throughout the academic year, students are welcome and strongly encouraged, to consult the Faculty of Health, Office of Student and Academic Services and professional and/or faculty advisers in their school or department.

Take special care to ensure that:

  • the course(s) you choose do not have a time conflict;
  • the course(s) you choose meet all requirements for graduation;
  • the course(s) you choose meet prerequisites and are not course credit exclusions of other courses already taken or courses for which you have already been given credit;
  • you keep yourself informed about your academic performance;
  • you observe published deadlines, especially add, drop and withdrawal deadlines and refund deadlines;
  • you maintain the grade point average required to proceed in your degree/program of study;
  • you read, understand and adhere to the Senate Policy on Academic Honesty;
  • you read, understand and adhere to the Student Code of Conduct;
  • your student information is kept up to date, including changes to your name, address, phone number, York e-mail address, etc.

Sessional Course Loads

The following course loads apply to students in the Faculty of Health. In certain circumstances the Faculty may set other limits.

Fall/Winter Session

The normal course load is 30 credits for students in the fall/winter session. Students with substantial family or financial responsibilities outside the University are advised to consider taking fewer courses in a session. Students may take a maximum of 36 credits overall (and 18 credits per term) without petitioning.

Summer Session

During the summer session, students may take a maximum of 15 credits. Students with substantial family or financial responsibilities outside the University are advised to consider taking fewer courses in a session.

End-of-Term Percentage Restriction

No examinations or tests collectively worth more than 20 per cent of the final grade in a course will be given during the final 14 calendar days of classes in a term. The exceptions to the rule are classes that regularly meet on Friday evenings or on Saturday and/or Sunday at any time, and courses offered in the compressed summer terms.

Residency Requirement

A minimum of 30 course credits and at least half (50 per cent) of the course credits required in each undergraduate degree program major/minor must be taken at York University.

Coregistration in the Faculty of Education

Students enrolled in the bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degrees offered by the Faculty of Health may apply for admission to the Pre-Service Concurrent program of the Faculty of Education. If they are accepted, they may coregister in the Faculty of Education and upon successful completion of the separate degree requirements of both Faculties will be awarded two degrees:

  • an Honours bachelor of arts (BA) and a bachelor of education (BEd) or
  • a bachelor of arts (BA) and a bachelor of education (BEd) or
  • an Honours bachelor of science (BSc) and a bachelor of education (BEd) or
  • a bachelor of science (BSc) and a bachelor of education (BEd)
  • a bachelor of arts (BA) in education studies

Although the health and education courses are taken concurrently, they are counted separately by each Faculty. Grade point averages for courses in the two Faculties are also calculated separately. Thus, the 30 credits required for the BEd are independent of the 120 credits required for an Honours BA or BSc, or the 90 credits required for the BA or BSc. A student completing the requirements for both degrees would therefore complete a total of 150 credits for the Honours BA/BEd or Honours BSc/BEd or 120 credits for the BA/BEd or BSc/BEd.

Guidelines for Faculty of Health Supervised Independent Study Courses

Students may wish to pursue intensive work with a particular faculty member on a topic of study not offered in a particular academic session. The Faculty of Health provides for such independent study courses which can be based on library research, including critical literature review, or on an empirical piece of research. Independent study courses are subject to the guidelines of the schools and department and to the following Faculty regulations:

  • Students may take independent study courses only after having successfully completed 24 credits at York University.
  • The maximum permissible number of independent study courses depends on a student's program type. Students in Honours BA, BSc, BScN or BHS programs may take 24 such credits; students in bachelor programs may take 18 such credits.
  • Within their last 30 credits, students may take a maximum of 12 credits in independent study courses.
  • Students may take a maximum of 12 credits of independent study courses with the same faculty member.
  • The student and the faculty member must agree on a written description of the course, its content, the learning outcomes and evaluation scheme in relation to the overall degree level expectations. Agreed upon course descriptions are submitted to the appropriate unit body for approval.
  • Copies of approved course descriptions must be deposited with that unit. The student and faculty member should each retain a copy.

Inter-Faculty Double Major and Major/Minor Degree Options

Students have opportunities to combine a Faculty of Health Honours BA, Honours BSc or Honours BHS program with options available in the Faculties of Environmental Studies, Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, or Science, the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design, and the Lassonde School of Engineering.

Lassonde School of Engineering Options

Students in the Faculty of Health may combine any Honours Double Major BA program, Honours Major or Minor BA program, Honours Double Major BSc program, Honours Major or Minor BSc program, Honours Double Major BHS program or Honours Major or Minor BHS program with the Lassonde School of Engineering:

  • Students must maintain Honours standing.
  • Faculty of Health degree requirements and program regulations apply.

Students pursuing an Honours Double Major or an Honours Minor program should note that, in some cases, it may be necessary to complete more than 120 credits successfully in order to satisfy requirements. For further details, consult the Office of Student and Academic Services, Faculty of Health.

Students in Lassonde School of Engineering may also pursue an Honours Double Major or Honours Minor program with the Faculty of Health. For more information, contact the Lassonde School of Engineering.

Faculty of Environmental Studies Options

Students in the Faculty of Health may combine any Honours Double Major BA program, or Honours Major or Minor BA program, Honours Double Major BHS program or Honours Major or Minor BHS program with the Faculty of Environmental Studies:

  • Students must maintain Honours standing.
  • Faculty of Health degree requirements and program regulations apply.

Students successfully completing this program will receive an Honours BA, Honours BSc or Honours BHS degree. Consult the Office of Student and Academic Services, Faculty of Health, for more information. In order to complete the requirements of the Honours Double Major or Honours Minor programs, it may be necessary to complete more than 120 credits successfully.

Students in the Faculty of Environmental Studies may also pursue an Honours Double Major or Honours Minor program with the Faculty of Health. For more information, contact the Faculty of Environmental Studies.

School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design Options

Students in the Faculty of Health may combine an Honours Double Major BA program, an Honours Major or Minor BA program or the Honours Major or Minor BSc program in Kinesiology and Health Science with the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design:

  • Students must maintain Honours standing.
  • Faculty of Health degree requirements and program regulations apply.

Students should consult the Undergraduate Calendar's Programs of Study section for the requirements of specific majors or minors. School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design courses taken by health students as part of these programs are considered out-of-Faculty courses. Students who complete such a program receive an Honours BA or BSc degree from the Faculty of Health. Students pursuing an Honours Double Major program should note that, in some cases, it may be necessary to complete more than 120 credits successfully in order to satisfy requirements. For further details, consult the Office of Student and Academic Services, Faculty of Health.

All School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design majors or minors require an evaluation. Depending on the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design, this may include a personal interview, an audition, a written exercise, or portfolio evaluation. For information on admission requirements in fine arts areas, students should consult the the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design Office of Advising and Integrated Student Services.

Students in the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design may also pursue an Honours Double Major or Honours Minor program with the Faculty of Health. For more information, contact the School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design.

Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Options

Students in the Faculty of Health may combine any Honours Double Major BA program, Honours Major or Minor BA program, Honours Double Major BSc program, Honours Major or Minor BSc program, Honours Double Major BHS program or Honours Major or Minor BHS program with the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies:

  • Students must maintain Honours standing.
  • Faculty of Health degree requirements and program regulations apply.

Faculty of Health Honours Double Major BA programs may be pursued with any Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Interdisciplinary Honours Double Major programs.

Students in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies may also pursue an Honours Double Major or Honours Minor program with the Faculty of Health. For more information, contact the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies.

Faculty of Science Options

Students in the Faculty of Health may combine any Honours Double Major BA program, Honours Major or Minor BA program, Honours Double Major BSc program, Honours Major or Minor BSc program, Honours Double Major BHS program or Honours Major or Minor BHS program with the Faculty of Science:

  • Students must maintain Honours standing.
  • Faculty of Health degree requirements and program regulations apply.

Students pursuing an Honours Double Major or an Honours Minor program should note that, in some cases, it may be necessary to complete more than 120 credits successfully in order to satisfy requirements. For further details, consult the Office of Student and Academic Services, Faculty of Health.

Students in the Faculty of Science may also pursue an Honours Double Major or Honours Minor program with the Faculty of Health. For more information, contact the Faculty of Science.

The Faculty recognizes student academic excellence in appropriate ways. The following honours are recorded on a student's transcript.

Sessional Honours (Dean’s Honour Roll)

  • Students taking 12 to 17 credits in a given session who have attained a sessional grade point average of 8.00 or higher.
  • Students taking 18 or more credits in a given session who have attained a sessional grade point average of 7.50 or higher.

Graduation Honours for Honours Degrees

Summa cum laude: 8.00 or higher cumulative grade point average

Magna cum laude: 7.80 to 7.99 cumulative grade point average

Cum laude: 7.50 to 7.79 cumulative grade point average

Member of the Dean's Honour Roll: 7.00 or higher cumulative grade point average

Graduation Honours for Bachelor Degrees

With distinction: 8.00 or higher cumulative grade point average

With merit: 7.50 to 7.99 cumulative grade point average

Member of the Dean's Honour Roll: 7.00 or higher cumulative grade point average

In addition:

  • medals,
  • scholarships and merit awards,
  • entrance scholarships,
  • renewable scholarships,

are recorded on the student’s transcript.

Academic standing depends on several factors which include the number of credits a student has passed, the grade point average achieved during a particular session (sessional grade point average), or the overall grade point average (cumulative grade point average).

Year Level and Student Progress

Student progress toward a degree in the Faculty of Health is measured in terms of the number of credits passed (or earned) rather than years of study completed. The year level includes transfer credit. Year 4 applies to students in Honours programs only.

Year Level Credits Earned
1 0 to 23
2 24 to 53
3 54 to 83
4 84 or more

Faculty of Education courses taken by students coregistered in the Faculty of Education are not included in Faculty of Health year levels.

Honours Standing Grade Point Average Requirement

Students who have completed fewer than 84 earned credits and whose cumulative grade point average is below 5.00, may continue in a Faculty of Health Honours degree program provided they meet the year level progression requirements as follows:

Year Level Credits Earned Minimum Cumulative
Grade Point Average
1 0 to 23 4.00
2 24 to 53 4.25
3 54 to 83 4.80
4 84 or more 5.00

The BScN degree program has different requirements, see below.

Academic Standing Requirements for Bachelor of Science in Nursing Honours Degree Program

Students who have completed fewer than 120 credits and maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.00 may proceed in Honours.

Students at the point of completing 120 credits who have at least a cumulative grade point average of 5.00 and have a minimum grade of C+ (5.00) in all courses used in the major may apply to graduate or continue in the BScN Honours if requirements are not met.

Entry/Re-entry

Students who attain the 5.00 cumulative grade point average before completing 90 credits and who have fulfilled the entry requirements may apply for entry/re-entry to the program. Students who have not attained the 5.00 cumulative grade point average at the point of completing 90 credits, will be ineligible for the program. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average. All requests for re-entry to the BScN are subject to School of Nursing approval. Some programs may have limited entry. Students may submit a request to enter/re-enter the program to the School of Nursing. All students who enter/re-enter the BScN program must follow the requirements of the program in place at the time of entry/re-entry.

Program Change

Students from other Faculties may submit a Program Request Change to enter the program. More information is available at the Program Change Web page (http://registrar.yorku.ca/program/change).

Failure to Maintain Academic Standing

Advising is recommended. Please refer to the Academic Penalties section, which contains information on program warning, program warning conditions, required withdrawal, reactivation after required withdrawal, debarment warning and debarment warning conditions.

Academic Standing Requirements for Visiting Students

An individual who wishes to enrol in undergraduate credit courses, but who do not intend to complete a degree or a certificate may be admitted to York as a visiting student (see the Admissions section for more information). There are three categories of visiting students:

  1. those who hold an undergraduate degree (three-year bachelor's degree minimum) from an accredited university/university-level institution;
  2. those who do not hold an undergraduate degree but wish to enrol in York courses to fulfill the academic, upgrading or professional development requirements of a professional designation;
  3. those who are currently attending another recognized university and wish to take York courses on a letter of permission issued by their home institution.

Grade Point Average (GPA) Requirement

Students in categories A and B whose overall cumulative grade point average (OCGPA) falls below 4.00 on at least 24 credits attempted will not be allowed to enrol in any subsequent session as visiting students. Students who are not permitted to re-enrol must apply for re-admission through the Admissions Office.

Note: repeated course legislation does not apply to visiting students but only to academic degrees and certificates. All courses attempted or taken, therefore, will count in the OCGPA.

Credit Limits

Students in category B who have maintained an OCGPA of 4.00 throughout their studies and who have completed 30 credits will not be allowed to enrol in subsequent sessions. They must either reactivate to proceed as visiting students or may choose to apply for admission to a degree or certificate program

Limited Additional Credits for Bachelor Degree Program

Students in a bachelor program who have earned 90 credits in accordance with Faculty and program requirements, but whose cumulative grade point average is below 4.00 may attempt to raise their average to 4.00 by taking up to 12 additional credits, to a maximum of 102 credits. These courses must be above the 1000 level and must be taken at York University.

Students whose academic record does not meet Faculty or program standards are subject to the academic penalties of academic warning, required withdrawal, debarment warning, debarment and academic probation. Students enrolled in the bachelor of science in nursing degree program are subject to a separate set of academic penalties.

Academic Warning

Students whose cumulative grade point average falls below 4.00 at the end of any session, or who enter the Faculty with a grade point average equivalent to less than 4.00 on the York scale, receive an academic warning. Students on academic warning must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.00 within the next 24 credits taken, or earn a sessional grade point average of at least 5.00 in the session in which that 24th credit is completed and in each subsequent session until the cumulative grade point average reaches 4.00, or be required to withdraw. Students whose cumulative grade point average on at least 24 credits is below 2.50 will be required to withdraw.

Required Withdrawal

Students whose academic record shows marked weakness may be required to withdraw from their studies for one year, during which they are encouraged to identify and remedy any problems which may have contributed materially to their failure to perform up to their potential and to reflect on their reasons for pursuing a university education. The following regulations apply to required withdrawals.

Grade point average below 2.50: Students whose cumulative grade point average on at least 24 York credits is below 2.50 must withdraw for 12 months.

Grade point average below 4.00 and equal to or greater than 2.50: Students who have received an academic warning for a cumulative grade point average below 4.00 must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.00 within their next 24 credits taken or earn a sessional grade point average of at least 5.00 in the session in which that 24th credit is completed and in each subsequent session until the cumulative grade point average reaches 4.00; otherwise, they must withdraw for 12 months. Should the student’s cumulative grade point average fall below 2.50 at any time after completion of 24 York credits, they will be required to withdraw for 12 months.

Petition to continue without interruption: Students who have been required to withdraw may submit a petition to the Faculty of Health Petitions Committee requesting permission to continue their studies without interruption. Students granted such a petition will be allowed to continue their studies on debarment warning.

Reactivation after required withdrawal: Students who have been required to withdraw must apply for reactivation after the requisite period of absence by submitting a request online at the Reactivation Web page (http://registrar.yorku.ca/enrol/reactivate). Students who return to their studies after such a required withdrawal (as well as those who have been allowed to continue their studies by virtue of a petition to the Faculty of Health Petitions Committee) receive a debarment warning.

Debarment Warning

Students who have been required to withdraw from the Faculty of Health or from another Faculty at York or elsewhere, receive a debarment warning upon continuing their studies in the Faculty. Students on debarment warning must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.00 within the next 24 credits taken or earn a sessional grade point average of at least 5.00 in the session in which that 24th credit is completed and in each subsequent session until the cumulative grade point average reaches 4.00, and must then maintain this average. Students who do not fulfill these conditions will be debarred from the University.

Debarment

Students who fail to meet the debarment warning conditions outlined above will be debarred from the University. Debarment, the minimum period for which is normally two years, means that the student is no longer a student at York University.

Petition to continue without interruption: Students who have been debarred may submit a petition to the Faculty of Health Petitions Committee requesting permission to continue their studies without interruption. Students granted such a petition will be allowed to continue their studies on academic probation.

Reapplying after debarment: Students who have been debarred and who wish to resume their studies must apply for admission through the Admissions Office (http://futurestudents.yorku.ca) and must provide persuasive evidence that they are ready and able to complete a degree program. Students who are re-admitted (as well as those who have been allowed to continue their studies by virtue of a petition to the Faculty of Health Petitions Committee) receive an academic probation.

Academic Probation

Students who have been debarred and who subsequently resume their studies in the Faculty of Health, whether by petitioning to continue without interruption or by reapplying for admission, receive an academic probation. Students on academic probation must meet the debarment warning conditions outlined above; otherwise, they will be debarred again.

Honours Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Honours BScN (All Streams)

Program Warning for Honours BScN

BScN students who have completed less than 120 credits will be placed on a program warning if the cumulative grade point average is at least 4.00 but is below 5.00.

Students may continue in BScN providing they meet the program warning conditions outlined below.

Program warning conditions for BScN: BScN students on program warning, within the next 24 credits taken, must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.00. At no time may the cumulative grade point average fall below 4.00. At no time may the cumulative grade point average fall below 2.50 upon completion of at least 24 York credits.

Upon completion of 120 credits BScN students who do not have a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.00 including a minimum grade of C+ (5.00) in all courses used in the major will be ineligible to proceed in the program or graduate.

Failure to meet the above program warning conditions: Students whose cumulative grade point average on at least 24 York credits is below 2.50 must withdraw for 12 months (required withdrawal).

Students who do not meet the program warning conditions for their program as listed above will not be eligible to continue in the program and must declare a new degree program to be eligible to continue with their studies.

Students with less than a 4.00 cumulative grade point average who have completed less than 90 credits must declare a new degree program and will proceed in the new degree program on academic warning.

Required Withdrawal

Students whose academic record shows marked weakness may be required to withdraw from their studies for 12 months, during which they are encouraged to identify and remedy any problems which may have contributed materially to their failure to perform up to their potential and to reflect on their reasons for pursuing a university education. The following regulations apply to required withdrawals.

Grade point average below 4.00 and equal to or greater than 2.50: Students who have received an academic warning for a cumulative grade point average below 4.00 (C) must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.00 (C) within their next 24 credits taken or earn a sessional grade point average of at least 5.00 (C+) in the session in which that 24th credit is completed and in each subsequent session until the cumulative grade point average reaches 4.00 (C); otherwise, they must withdraw for 12 months. Students will be required to withdraw for 12 months should their cumulative grade point average fall below 2.50 at any time after completion of 24 York credits.

Grade point average below 2.50: Students whose cumulative grade point average on at least 24 York credits is below 2.50 must withdraw for 12 months.

Petition to continue without interruption: Students who have been required to withdraw may submit a petition to the Faculty of Health Petitions Committee requesting permission to continue their studies without interruption. Students granted such a petition would be allowed to continue their studies on debarment warning.

Reactivation after required withdrawal: Students who have been required to withdraw may apply for reactivation after the requisite period of absence by submitting a request online at the Reactivation Web page (http://registrar.yorku.ca/enrol/reactivate). Students who return to their studies after such a required withdrawal (as well as those who have been allowed to continue their studies by virtue of a petition to the Faculty of Health Petitions Committee) receive a debarment warning.

Debarment Warning

Students who have been required to withdraw receive a debarment warning upon continuing their studies in the Faculty.

Debarment warning conditions: Students on debarment warning must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.00 (C) within the next 24 credits taken or earn a sessional grade point average of at least 5.00 (C+) in the session in which the 24th credit is completed and in each subsequent session until the cumulative average reaches 4.00 (C), and must then maintain this average. Students who do not fulfill these conditions will be debarred from the University. Students whose cumulative grade point average falls below 2.50 at any time while on debarment warning will be debarred.

Debarment

Students who fail to meet the debarment warning conditions outlined above will be debarred from the University. Debarment, the minimum period for which is normally two years, means that the student is no longer a student at York University.

Petition to continue without interruption: Students who have been debarred may submit a petition to the Faculty of Health Petitions Committee requesting permission to continue their studies without interruption. Students granted such a petition would be allowed to continue their studies on academic probation.

Reapplying after debarment: Students who have been debarred and who wish to resume their studies must apply for re-admission through the Admissions Office, and must provide persuasive evidence that they are ready and able to complete a degree program. Students who are re-admitted (as well as those who have been allowed to continue their studies by virtue of a petition to the Faculty of Health Petitions Committee) receive an academic probation.

Academic Probation

Students who have been debarred and who subsequently resume their studies in the Faculty whether by petitioning to continue without interruption or by applying for re-admission, receive an academic probation. Students on academic probation must meet the debarment warning conditions outlined above; otherwise, they will be debarred. Students who have completed 120 credits or greater who do not have the required cumulative grade point average of at least 5.00 and/or a minimum grade of C+ (5.00) in all courses used in the major will be ineligible to proceed or graduate.

Academic regulations allow you to develop your interests and talents to the fullest in ways consistent with the philosophy and standards of the Faculty. In establishing academic regulations, the Faculty also recognizes that instances will arise where it makes sense, in the context of a student’s academic career, to waive regulations which would otherwise apply.

Petitions Committee

The Faculty of Health Petitions Committee considers requests for exceptions to all Faculty regulations, including petitions to continue studies without interruption from students who have been required to withdraw or debarred. The committee will give due consideration to transition difficulties documented by students in their first university year.

Right to Petition

Students in the Faculty of Health have the right to petition for special consideration. A petition is a request to waive a regulation: it cannot be used to create legislation (e.g. a degree program) that does not exist.

Petition Procedures

Petitions are held in the strictest confidence. The committee considers the petition itself, any supporting documentation from professors or medical practitioners and other relevant information contained in the student’s record. Students may not appear in person.

Petition Deadlines

A petition for late withdrawal must be submitted within 30 days of the last day of classes of the relevant course. Requests for deferred standing must be communicated within one week following a missed examination or the last day to submit course work. Normally, petitions will not be considered by the Faculty of Health Petitions Committee more than one year beyond the date of the release of grades for the session to which the petition relates.

Delayed Petitions

Should a petition submission be delayed due to extenuating circumstances a student may submit a complete petitions package with an additional written request for late consideration. Such petitions may be considered for a period of up to one year provided they include all supporting documentation and are based on special circumstances. There are no guarantees that any petition will be resolved in time for course enrolment and/or convocation in a subsequent academic session, thus, one should plan accordingly.

Initiating a Petition

To initiate a petition, you may obtain a petitions package at the Academic Petitions Web page at http://health.yorku.ca/current-student-information/petitions/.

Petitions must be mailed or hand delivered to:

Faculty of Health Petitions Committee
c/o Registrar's Office, Bennett Centre for Student Services

The drop box is located in the front lobby and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

More information on petitioning is available from the Faculty of Health website at http://health.yorku.ca/current-student-information/petitions/ or from the Office of Student and Academic Services, 235 Calumet College.

Dean: P. McDonald
Associate Deans: M. Fallah, S. Murtha, P. Safai
Office of the Dean: 426 Health, Nursing and Environmental Studies Building, 416-736-5124