Students in the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute may elect to participate in the following collaborative programs:
- Aging, Palliative & Supportive Care across the Life Course
- Cardiovascular Sciences
- Global Health
- Health Services and Policy Research
- Musculoskeletal Sciences
- Institute of Biomedical Engineering
- Women’s Health
- Workplace Learning and Social Change
Students also have access to the Centre for Critical Qualitative Health Research (CQ).
Students who register in a collaborative program are required to complete the requirements of both RSI and the Collaborative Program. The requirements for the Collaborative Program vary by Program, but usually require completion of specific courses, attendance at a seminar series hosted by the Collaborative Program, and a thesis committee with representatives from both RSI and the Collaborative Program.
When these requirements have been completed students will obtain a specialization designation from the SGS upon completion of their degree. The School of Graduate Studies Calendar provides specific details for each Program Students interested in registering for any collaborative program should contact the RSI for further details.