Why should you choose Sports Studies at Bishop’s?
The Sports Studies Program at Bishop’s provides an intensive study of sport and exercise in society with a primary focus on three themes: Athletic Development, Sport Business, and Exercise and Health.
The programs are general Bachelor of Arts degrees, designed to encourage students to develop liberal education competencies while acquiring in-depth knowledge in at least one area of specialization.
The programs also provide opportunity for practical experiences.
Where can this lead me?
After graduation, students will be qualified to work in the field of athletic development (e.g., as a physical trainer, coach, performance analyst, or member of a support team), in the management business of sport (e.g., administrator of a provincial/ national sport organization, municipal leisure department, sport centre, or professional team), or to pursue additional studies in a health-related discipline (e.g., physiotherapy, athletic therapy, public health, etc.).