School-Based Graduate and Undergraduate Programs

Through its six schools, the Faculty of Health Sciences offers undergraduate, graduate and professional programs across a variety of academic disciplines that prepare students to shape the future of health and healthcare.

Audiology

Audiology

The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers a clinical master's degree (MClSc) in Audiology that allows students to develop the skills necessary to practice as an audiologist. Students may also pursue research-based master's and PhD programs in Hearing Science through the Graduate Program in Health & Rehabilitation Sciences, or work toward both a MClSc and PhD as part of the combined MClSc/PhD program

Audiology (MClSc)   |    MSc/PhD Programs   |  Combined MClSc/PhD

Health Studies

Health Sciences

In the School of Health Studies, undergraduate students develop an appreciation for the world's emerging health issues and are inspired to think globally and strategically to create innovative solutions. Students interested in graduate work in this area of study can pursue master's and PhD programs through the Graduate Program in Health & Rehabilitation Sciences.

Undergraduate Programs   |    MSc/PhD Programs

Kinesiology

Kinesiology

Western's School of Kinesiology offers undergraduate and graduate programs that allow students to explore the bioscientific and sociocultural aspects of human movement. Flexible program options at both the undergraduate and graduate levels allow students to tailor their program of study to achieve specific learning goals while learning from researchers and teachers who are experts in their fields.

Undergraduate Programs   |    MSc/PhD Programs

Nursing

Nursing

With undergraduate and graduate program offerings, Western's Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing trains future caregivers for careers in nursing, helps practicing nurses develop new skills and knowledge, and contributes to the field through research-based programs. Teachers and research supervisors are leaders in their fields and bring real-world issues into the classroom.

Undergraduate Programs   |    Graduate Programs

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Western's School of Occupational Therapy brings an international perspective to its academic and research programs. Through its commitment to social justice, social inclusion and health and well being, the School offers international learning opportunities for students and has faculty members engaged in collaborative research around the world that harnesses the transformative power of occupation.

Occupational Therapy (MScOT)   |    MSc/PhD Programs   |   Combined MScOT/PhD

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

The School of Physical Therapy offers a variety of programs aimed a training new physical therapists and enhancing the skills of health-care professionals. In addition to a Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) program that trains clinical physical therapists, programs are also offered in Wound Healing and Manipulative Therapy. Research-based master's and PhD programs in Physical Therapy are also available.

Physical Therapy (MPT)   |    Advanced Care Health Practice   |    MSc/PhD Programs    |    Combined MScOT/PhD

Speech-Language Pathology

Speech-Language Pathology

The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers a clinical master's degree (MClSc) in Speech-Language Pathology that allows students to develop the skills necessary to practice as a speech-language pathologist. Students may also pursue research-based master's and PhD programs through the Graduate Program in Health & Rehabilitation Sciences, or work toward both a MClSc and PhD as part of the combined MClSc/PhD program

Speech-Language Pathology (MClSc)   |    MSc/PhD Programs    |   Combined MClSc/PhD