Programs

The University of Alberta is home to North America’s only freestanding Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine. Learn more about admission to our world-class graduate and professional programs:

Physical Therapy

MSc in Physical Therapy

Physical therapists (physiotherapists or PTs) help patients relieve pain, build strength, restore mobility and learn preventative strategies.

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MSc Physical Therapy / MBA

The combined MBA/MScPT program is open to current UAlberta MSc in Physical Therapy students. This program will provide students with the business and leadership foundation to operate a private clinic or lead within the public sector.

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Occupational Therapy

MSc Occupational Therapy

Physical therapists (physiotherapists or PTs) help patients relieve pain, build strength, restore mobility and learn preventative strategies.

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MSc Occupational Therapy / MBA

The combined MBA/MScPT program is open to current UAlberta MSc in Physical Therapy students. This program will provide students with the business and leadership foundation to operate a private clinic or lead within the public sector.

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Speech-Language Pathology

MSc Speech-Language Pathology

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) assess, diagnose, treat, and help to prevent disorders related to speech, language, cognition, voice, fluency, and swallowing.

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The Rehabilitation Science Graduate programs at the University of Alberta graduate researchers who use their curiosity to generate original ideas, develop sound research methods to answer relevant questions, and think broadly and critically about problems and questions related to rehabilitation.

Rehabilitation Science

MSc in Rehabilitation Science

The MSc in Rehabilitation Science is a two-year thesis program that prepares students for a career in rehabilitation medicine research and academia.

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PhD in Rehabilitation Science

The PhD in Rehabilitation Science is a four-year research degree program designed to provide advanced research training in rehabilitation science.

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Continuing Professional Education

The FRM offers a range of continuing professional education (CPE) programs for working clinicians such as from one hour webinars and full-day workshops to more in-depth distance-based graduate level certificate programs.

  • Graduate Certificate Programs

    Graduate Certificate Programs are for-credit fully online or blended delivery programs that offer a minimum of 117 hours of education.

  • Non-Credit Microcredential Courses

    Microcredential courses are non-credit online short courses (16-30 hours) in specific content areas that run over approximate 6 week time-frames.

  • Workshops & Other Offerings

    Workshops are non-credit clinical education short courses focused on a single topic and typically run over 1-2 days.