The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine is the only free-standing rehabilitation faculty in North America.
Our satellite campuses in Camrose and Calgary make us a successful model of Campus Alberta.
Pursuing your best is our mission statement. It not only describes our students and faculty in their academic and professional careers, but also the patients and clients they work with.
We are a research leader in the following areas: musculoskeletal health, neuroscience, aging and rehabilitation technology, among others.
To date, the Faculty boasts over 6,500 alumni.
The following online courses are offered by the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine and meet the pre-requisite requirements for admission to the MScPT program. Please click on each course for more information.
The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine offers an undergraduate anatomy course PTHER 350 Structural Human Anatomy which provides an in-depth study of the gross anatomy of the upper and lower extremities, trunk, head and neck.
The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine offers an undergraduate movement analysis course PTHER 351 Principles of Human Movement for Rehabilitation providing an introduction to the analysis of human movement with an emphasis on kinetics, kinematics, normal gait analysis, motor control and balance. Prerequisites: none
The Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine offers an undergraduate introductory statistics course PTHER 352 Introductory Statistics for Health Care Professionals which is an introduction to statistical principles, research methods and critical appraisal of research reports with a focus on the healthcare environment. Prerequisites: none