The Master of Science in Health Science, Rehabilitative Science track is suited for individuals who have a desire to advance their health science knowledge, with a focus on evidence-based manual therapy, integrated biomechanics, motor control, injury prevention, diagnoses, physical/occupational therapy assistants, and management.
The Rehabilitative Science track prepares allied health and sport and fitness professionals to become leaders, educators, and researchers in the area of rehabilitation science. Through the knowledge gained in this program, they will be equipped to contribute to the development of rehabilitation practice, research, and policy. Students will grow their ability to identify best practices within rehabilitation science and develop knowledge in sports nutrition, exercise physiology, sports injury prevention, diagnosis, and management.
Courses are lab intensive to equip the learner with tools for immediate integration into their current practice setting, so as to better maximize patient outcomes.
Faculty members not only teach. They also publish, present, and remain active in their fields of practice.