Curriculum & Courses

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The Graduate Certificate in Rehabilitation (GCR) requires the completion of 15 credits in the form of five core courses.

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:
    • courses with course-based focus
    • courses with a research project-based focus
    • Graduate Certificate in Orthopaedic Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy (GCOMPT) courses

Explore the options below and see the Course Schedule for course dates.

Core Courses

MRSc Option: Course-based focus

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If you choose to complete the MRSc program with a course-based focus, in addition to the core courses above, you must also complete elective courses totaling 15 credits.

You may choose from the following:

MRSc Option: Research-based focus

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If you opt for the research-based option of the MRSc instead, you are required to take the five core courses listed above, plus the following courses:

MRSc Option: GCOMPT

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If you are part of the MRSc program and have also been accepted to the Graduate Certificate in Orthopaedic Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy (GCOMPT) program, you can incorporate up to 15 credits from GCOMPT courses into your MRSc studies. 

Please discuss this option with the Program Director.