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University of Calgary Calendar 2010-2011 Faculty of Medicine 3. Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies
3. Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies
Introduction

Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies offers a full range of interdisciplinary professional educational opportunities:

  • A Bachelor degree in Community Rehabilitation (BCR). The BCR degree is offered both on campus and through an off-campus program, in collaboration with other post-secondary institutions, based on a cohort model called Community of Learners.
  • A professional diploma after a first degree.
  • An undergraduate five-course minor in Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies.
  • A combined degree BA/BSc (Psychology)/BCR
  • A Minor in Adapted and Therapeutic Physical Activity for Kinesiology students
  • Graduate Master's and Doctoral degree programs through the Department of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine.