The Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies is a division of the Faculty of Health
The main source of information about applying to Waterloo is our Future Students website.
- Admission requirements
- How to apply for full-time studies
- How to apply for part-time studies
- Second degree and degree upgrades
Transferring to Recreation and Leisure Studies
- Information for transfer students.
Things to consider:
If you enter Recreation and Leisure Studies with transfer credits that exceed 6.5 units (13 courses), you will not be eligible for co-op. Students who receive 6.5 units of transfer credit or less will be considered for co-op on an individual basis.
- As soon as you've accepted your offer of admission and provided all of your previous course information for transfer credit assessment, an academic advisor will assist you with your course and work term planning to complete your degree requirements as efficiently as possible.
- Entering the program with transfer credits that place you at a level higher than first year does not guarantee that you will complete your degree requirements in the same timeframe as non-transfer students at that level. Your custom-tailored course and co-op sequence may take additional time to complete.
- Search for course transfers on OnTransfer.ca.
- Sign up for our Transfer Tuesday webinars.