Human Kinetics Graduates

What Past Graduates Are Doing Now

Human Kinetics is a Launching Pad

Given the flexible course options within each of our six specialized degree programs, an undergraduate degree in Human Kinetics provides an excellent foundation for a wide breadth of rewording careers. The table below shows the confirmed number of Human Kinetics Graduates, since 2002, which have gained acceptance into each of the programs listed below. As our graduates are accepted into these programs on an ongoing basis, the numbers represent minimum values. Most of these highly competitive programs list an undergraduate degree as an admission requirement.

Post Undergraduate Degree Number of HK Graduates Accepted since 2002
Medicine 30+
Dentistry 10+
Education 250+
Naturopathic Medicine 7+
Physiotherapy 40+
Occupational Therapy 20+
Masters 45+
Ph.D. 8+
Chiropractic 11+
Nursing 2+
Optometry 1+
Speech Therapy 1+
Pharmacy 1+
Midwifery 1+


Follow the Path of a Successful Graduate

Listed below are actual graduates from our program and their associated post undergraduate degree. Their Human Kinetics degree provided the necessary credentials to achieve their desired career. Clicking on their name will take you to a list of the exact courses they took in each year of their Human Kinetics degree at StFX. This small sample of our successful graduates clearly demonstrates the value of a Human Kinetics degree from SfFX and its ability to facilitate your acceptance into a multitude of programs at the top universities across Canada.

Human Kinetics Graduate Post Undergraduate Degree
Kelly MacDonald (2010) School of Education, St. Francis Xavier University
Kathleen Brennan (2009) Faculty of Education, Queens University
PJ Rasmussen (2007) Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University
Luke Rannelli (2007) Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary
Sarah Clouthier (2007) Faculty of Medicine, McMaster University
Jessica Kirkwood (2005) Faculty of Medicine, University of Alberta
Marianne Dobbin (2007) Faculty of Dentistry, Dalhousie University
Michael Danielak (2010) Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto
Jeff Smith (2007) College of Pharmacy, Dalhousie University
Jordan Yurchevich (2007) School of Optometry, University of Waterloo
Michael Szucs (2007) Doctor of Chiropractic, CMCC
Monique Hallee (2007) Naturopathic Medicine, BINB, Vancouver
Robyn MacDonald (2007) MSc Speech Therapy, Dalhousie University
Stephanie Mills (2007) MSc Physiotherapy, University of Western Ontario
Mark MacKenzie (2006) MSc Physiotherapy, Dalhousie University
Kimberley Stockman (2007) MSc Occupational Therapy, University of British Columbia
Megan MacGillivray (2007) PhD Rehabilitation Sciences (Biomechanics), UBC
Jeremy Steeves (2005) PhD Exercise Physiology, University of Tennessee
Cathy MacDonald (2003) PhD Adapted Physical Activity, McGill University
Kathryn Olsheski (2010) MSc Health Promotion, Queens University
Olivia Durst (2010) MSc Sport Ethics, University of Manitoba
Meghan MacLatchy (2009) MA Sport History, University of New Brunswick