Schools and Programs
The School of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers clinical master's degrees in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. Research-based master's and PhD programs in related disciplines are also available.
The Graduate Program in Health & Rehabilitation Sciences offers both master's and PhD programs and combines knowledge bases that enable students to explore health-related issues and ideas in an interdisciplinary forum.
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.
Western's School of Kinesiology offers undergraduate and graduate programs that allow students to tailor their academic experience and explore the bioscientific and sociocultural aspects of human movement.
With undergraduate and graduate program offerings, Western's School of Nursing helps nurses becomes leaders in clinical practice, research, health promotion and health professional education.
Western developed Canada's first entry-to-practice master's degree in Occupational Therapy and continues to be a leader in OT education. Research-based master's and PhD programs in Occupational Science are also available.
The School of Physical Therapy offers a variety of programs aimed a training new physical therapists and enhancing the skills of health-care professionals. Research-based master's and PhD programs in Physical Therapy are also available.