The Master of Clinical Science (MClSc) in Driving Rehabilitation Therapy program uses a combination of distance and on-site learning and mentoring to help students become entry-level driving rehabilitation specialists.
Curriculum and Structure
One-year, three-term, course-based, inter-professional program
Five required courses and 40 hours of clinical mentorship
Clinical consolidation and competency testing
Research project and presentation
This structure of this program should allow most students to maintain employment.
Course 6: On-site Skills and Competency Training and Testing in Driving Rehabilitation Therapy (on campus)
Students begin working on a research project in the first term and work on it throughout the course of the program, culminating in a research presentation at the end of the final term.
Program Courses and Requirements
Foundations, Models and Theory of Driving Rehabiltation
Applied Research to Driving Rehabilitation Therapy
Screening, Assessment, Evaluation and Intervention in Driving Rehabilitation
Seminars in Driving Rehabilitation Therapy
On-site Skills and Competency Training and Testing in Driving Rehabilitation Therapy
All students must complete on-site competency testing within the third semester of the program
All students must complete a research poster within the third semester of the program
The teaching components of courses 1-5 in the Driving Rehabilitation Therapy program combine to form the foundation for successful completion of course 6, which focuses on the development of the clinical competencies to become an entry-level driving rehabilitation specialist.
In order for students to progress from one term to another, students must:
Achieve a minimum of 65% in each individual course
Achieve a minimum overall average of 75% in each term
Achieve a passing grade in the competency testing course