Develop your expertise in Rehabilitation Science
- Develop your professional practice using the latest research-led knowledge
- Build your reputation in the field of health promotion and rehabilitation
- Design a program that matches your current practice and career aspirations
- Network with high-achieving peers and leading academics.
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Our unique online Rehabilitation Science courses equip the interdisciplinary rehabilitation workforce with contemporary, best practice expertise to help people achieve their personal best.
Taught by experts in the field, the program can be tailored to suit your current practice and learning needs – ensuring you’re able to build a reputation for excellence and leadership within your field.
Suitable for physiotherapists, exercise scientist, occupational therapists, nurses and other qualified allied health professionals who are passionate about building their professional profile and expertise. The unique course structure allows you to personalise your degree and design a program that best meets your practice needs. Students can choose to start with one of the unique single CAP subjects or from a range of qualifications up to a masters degree.
What is Rehabilitation Science?
Why study online with us?
Taught by highly regarded experts
Dedicated student support
Australia’s leading university
Flexibility and choice
Interactive learning environment
A network of high-achieving peers
Ready to apply?
- Master of Rehabilitation Science
- Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Science
- Graduate Certificate in Rehabilitation Science
- Specialist Certificate in Rehabilitation Science
Please contact our dedicated Student Support team who will assist you through the application process to apply for a single CAP subject.
Term Applications close Term dates Term 1, 2020 13 Jan 27 Jan - 29 Mar Term 2, 2020 6 Apr 20 Apr - 21 Jun Term 3, 2020 29 Jun 13 Jul - 13 Sep Term 4, 2020 21 Sep 5 Oct - 6 Dec
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