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BEd Physical and Health Education

BEd Physical and Health Education

The BEd Physical and Health Education program is a professional program which leads to the Quebec Teaching Permit. Upon completion, graduates are certified to teach Physical and Health Education at both the Elementary and Secondary school levels.

For more detailed program information please refer to the listing of program requirements in McGill University’s eCalendar:

The undergraduate Physical and Health Education program allows students to put theory into practice through practical field experience opportunities in each year of study as early as the first year of the program. Upon graduation students may also pursue careers in the following areas:

  • management of sports, professional and amateur athletic associations;
  • leadership roles in physical fitness and wellness centers;
  • management of sports and exercise Governing bodies;
  • sport, physical conditioning and physical rehabilitation equipment industry.

Because of the wide knowledge-base in both biological and social sciences, both of our undergraduate programs open doors to further academic training both at the undergraduate and at the graduate level.


Undergraduate Admissions

At McGill University, Undergraduate Admissions is administered by McGill’s Enrollment Services. Following are links to admissions-specific websites for complete information regarding admissions requirements, application deadlines, costs, housing/food and so much more.

For more program-specific information contact the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education studentaffairs.kpe [at] (Student Adviser.)


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