Students are normally enrolled full time for two years and are required to follow a program of study within the framework of Program Pattern I of the School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs.
The program is designed to provide course work in:
- A general theoretical review of the field of rehabilitation science.
- Research skill development.
- Focused areas within the field of rehabilitation science.
Students will normally follow a program of study which requires as a minimum:
Core Courses (2): RHBS 833 and RHBS 804.
Elective Courses: A minimum of 6.0 additional course credit units selected from the calendar listings. Students may complete their elective requirements through taking a combination of 1.5- and 3.0-credit unit courses, and may select from courses offered by the program and those offered by other programs or departments. Electives should be selected with the guidance of the student's supervisor. Core courses and the elective courses that meet the minimum requirements for electives are all considered primary courses.
Thesis: RHBS 899.
Seminars: RHBS 803 Seminar Program for M.Sc. : This non-primary course is obligatory for all M.Sc. students and includes attendance at all seminars, thesis proposal presentations and open defenses that take place within the School of Rehabilitation Therapy.