The Graduate Certificate in Rehabilitation (GCR) requires the completion of 15 credits in the form of five core courses.
- RHSC 501 – Evidence for Practice
- RHSC 503 – Reasoning and Decision Making
- RHSC 505 – Measurement for Assessment, Planning and Evaluation
- RHSC 507 – Developing Effective Rehabilitation Programs
- RHSC 509 – Facilitating Learning in Rehabilitation Contexts
The Master of Rehabilitation Science (MRSc) requires the completion of 30 credits, starting with the five core courses above plus an additional 15 credits from:
- MRSc electives (either course-based or research-based)
- non-MRSc electives
- Graduate Certificate in Orthopaedic Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy (GCOMPT) electives
Explore the options below and see the Course Schedule for course dates.
MRSc Option: Course-based electives
If you choose to complete the MRSc program with the course-based option, in addition to the core courses above, you must also complete elective courses totaling 15 credits from:
- RHSC 581 – Writing to Enhance Practice (3 credits)
- RHSC 591 Leadership in Rehabilitation (3 credits)
- RHSC 583 – Applying Research to Practice (up to 6 credits)
- RHSC 585 – Directed Studies (3 credits)
- And/or choose up to 6 credits of eligible non-MRSc electives. The non-MRSc options are available under the Non-MRSc Electives section in ROLS.
MRSc Option: Research-based electives
If you choose to complete the MRSc program with the research-based option, in addition to the core courses above, you must also complete elective courses totaling 15 credits from:
- Two elective courses (total of 6 credits) from the list of MRSc electives: RHSC 591, RHSC 581, RHSC 583, RHSC 585, or eligible non-MRSc electives.
- Attend the Major Project Seminar, a pre-requisite for RHSC 587 that is held twice a year
- RHSC 587: Major Project I (Research proposal) (3 credits)
- RHSC 589B: Major Project II (Research completion) (6 credits)
See examples of past: