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.
For both the GCR and the MRSc programs, all five of the 3-credit core courses must be completed:
MRSc Option: Course-based focus
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:
- 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 focus
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:
- 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)