This five-year program leads to a Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies from the Cumming School of Medicine and either a Bachelor of Arts or Science in Psychology from the Faculty of Arts. A minimum of 150 units (25.0 full-course equivalents) must be successfully completed.
Students pursuing this program may enter the combined degree in first year in either the Faculty of Arts or the Cumming School of Medicine. To qualify for the combined degree program, students must satisfy the admission requirements for both Faculties, for the Department of Psychology and for Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies.
The program requires careful selection of courses to complete all requirements of the two Faculties. Interested students should consult with the Arts Degree Advisors and the Psychology Advisor for the Faculty of Arts as well as the Student Advisor in the Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies program. If courses have been chosen carefully, it is normally possible for students to opt out of their combined degree program until the end of their third year and still complete a single degree program in four years. If courses have been unevenly distributed, however, it may require more than four years to complete a single degree.
Program details are listed in the Cumming School of Medicine section of this Calendar under 3. Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies.