Site Navigation
Important Notice and Disclaimer
Academic Schedule
Types of Credentials and Sub-Degree Nomenclature
Undergraduate Degrees with a Major
Combined Degrees
Minor Programs
Student and Campus Services
Academic Regulations
Experiential Learning
Tuition and General Fees
Student Financial Support
Architecture, Planning and Landscape, School of
Faculty of Arts
Cumming School of Medicine
1. Summary of Degree Programs
2. Faculty Information
3. Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies
3.1 Undergraduate Programs
3.2 Opportunities
3.3 Student Affairs
3.4 Admissions (BCR)
3.5 Registration (BCR)
3.6 Student Standing (BCR)
3.7 Graduation (BCR)
3.8 BCR Requirements
3.8.1 Four-Year BCR Degree
3.8.2 Two-Year Post-Diploma BCR Degree Route
3.9 Combined BCR/BA or BSc (Psychology)
3.10 Minor in Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies
3.11 Minor in Adapted and Therapeutic Physical Activity
4. Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours
5. Doctor of Medicine
6. Postgraduate (Residency Programs)
7. Administration
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Haskayne School of Business
Faculty of Kinesiology
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Nursing
Qatar Faculty
Schulich School of Engineering
Faculty of Science
Faculty of Social Work
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Werklund School of Education
Embedded Certificates
Continuing Education
About the University of Calgary
Glossary of Terms
Contact Us
Summary of Changes for the 2023-2024 Calendar
University of Calgary Calendar 2023-2024 Cumming School of Medicine 3. Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies 3.8 BCR Requirements
3.8 BCR Requirements

There are two routes within the Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation Program:

  1. Four-year (on-campus)
  2. Two-year post-diploma (distance delivery* or on-campus)

Five-year Combined Degree:

  1. Combined BCR/BA or BSc (Psychology)
Two minors are available to students in other faculties:
  1. Minor in Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies
  2. Minor in Adapted and Therapeutic Physical Activity (for Kinesiology students only)*
*Applications to these programs are currently suspended. No new admissions will be permitted.

Course Lists for BCR Degree Programs

  • Some of the courses listed have prerequisites and may be in high demand. Registration in these courses is not assured. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that prerequisites are completed.
  • Psychology 200 and 201 are strongly recommended, but not required.
  • Students considering senior courses in a given discipline are strongly encouraged to complete foundation courses in their first two years of study in order to meet prerequisites for senior courses.