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The Master of Rehabilitation Technology (MRT) is housed within the Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology. Starting in Fall 2021, this program will be offered as a hybrid program with all didactic courses available online and two portions of the program that will require in-person activity. See our FAQs for more information.

Program Summary
35 credits (full or part-time) Program starts fall term only

Completed in two options:
Option 1 in 3 terms
Option 2 in 4 terms

240-hour Clinical practicum/internship;
Average class size: 10 students

Program Mission

To improve disability studies, assistive technology, and health and rehabilitation outcomes through research, education, advocacy and service through the integration of consumer experiences, engineering, technology, medicine, and clinical practice and services.

Learning Outcomes

Those who graduate from the MRT program stand out as applied rehabilitation and assistive technologists equipped with:

  1. a strong theoretical background in the basic and applied sciences related to the provision of rehabilitation technology services;
  2. technical and analytical skills needed to recommend, design, fabricate, fit and/or modify assistive technology devices;
  3. psychosocial skills needed to provide clinical service to a diverse consumer population;
  4. supervised clinical experiences in the provision of rehabilitation technology services;
  5. skills needed to analyze research literature and to practice evidence-based care;
  6. knowledge of the role of the rehabilitation technologist in health-care delivery;
  7. knowledge to adhere to professional ethics, service to the community and the profession.

Policies and Procedures

View the Rehabilitation Technology Program and Procedure Manual along with the required training nodules and clearance requirements in order to participate in research and/or clinical activities.

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