College of Rehabilitation Sciences Professional Programs

Overview of Rehab Sciences Programs

There are three professional education degree programs of study offered in the College of Rehabilitation Sciences. 

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 

 The Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) degree program is a graduate program that prepares students for entry to practice in the discipline of Occupational Therapy. The MOT is also offered through an Accelerated Program for qualified therapists holding a bachelors degree or a diploma in occupational therapy.

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

The Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) degree program is a graduate program that prepares students for entry to practice in the discipline of Physical Therapy.

RESPIRATORY THERAPY  

The Bachelor of  Respiratory Therapy (BRT) degree program is an undergraduate program that prepares students for entry to practice in the discipline of Respiratory Therapy. The BRT is also offered through a Degree Completion program for qualified therapists holding a diploma in Respiratory Therapy.


Program Degree Years to Complete
Occupational
Therapy
Master of Occupational Therapy
MOT
Regular Program: 2 years (Post Baccalaureate)
Accelerated Program: 1 year (Post Baccalaureate)
Physical
Therapy

Master of Physical Therapy
MPT

2 years (Post Baccalaureate)
Respiratory
Therapy
Bachelor of Respiratory Therapy
BRT
Regular Program: 4 years (University 1 plus 3 years)
Degree Completion Program: 5 years


Advanced Study

Research oriented advanced study is offered through MSc (Rehabilitation) degree program and the PhD in Applied Health Sciences.