Departments, school & centres
The faculty is home to two departments, one school and several diverse research centres and labs
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction is the largest department at the University of Victoria, with 37 full time faculty; between 20 and 30 sessional instructors; 320 graduate students; seven staff members and three resource room/lab assistants. The department serves local, provincial and international educational communities through a commitment to quality instruction, leading edge research and professional involvement. Visit the Department of Curriculum and Instruction website .
The School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education is an academic unit within the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria. The school’s mission is to advance knowledge and to prepare professionals in the area of physical activity and health through teaching, research and service. Our undergraduate programs prepare students for careers in medicine, recreation, wellness and health promotion, physiotherapy, high school physical education teaching, coaching, athletic therapy (trainer), chiropractic medicine, and leadership and administration in public, not-for-profit sectors, and graduate study (coaching studies, kinesiology, physical education, leisure service administration). Visit the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education website.
This department has two major areas of focus: educational psychology (which includes counseling, learning and development, measurement and evaluation, and special education) and leadership studies. Visit the Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies website .
- Behavioral Medicine Lab
- Centre for OutReach Education (CORE)
- Centre for Youth and Society
- EPHE Resource Centre
- Health and Learning Knowledge Centre
- Institute of Applied Physical Activity and Health Research
- Language, Literacy and Learning Lab
- Physiology Lab
- Rehabilitation Neuroscience Lab
- Technology Integration and Evaluation (TIE) Research Lab