Canada has one of the most advanced professional organizational structures for rehabilitation practice in the world. The educational programs within the School of Rehabilitation Therapy programs at Queen's University reflect this structure through our wide variety of rehabilitation-based degree program offerings.
Occupational therapy is a dynamic, growing, and internationally-recognized health profession that for close to a century has been helping to improve the lives and daily experience of children, adults, and communities by focusing on what is fundamental to us all - the daily occupations that give life meaning.
The Rehabilitation Science Program (RHBS) offers graduate research programs of study leading to the MSc and PhD degrees. The RHBS Program is one of four programs in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
Queen’s University Graduate Diploma (GDip), Master of Science (MSc) and Doctorate (PhD) in Aging and Health are innovative programs that provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of aging, with a focus on health and healthy living.