This is a two-year full-time professional programme in the Associate Degree in Applied Sciences.
The programme is organised into four (4) semesters and an internship comprising of 89 credits. Students concentrate on medical and paramedical knowledge and on developing the skills, professional attitudes and attributes which they need to functions as professionals.
During their two years of study, students will:
- Develop a broad knowledge base through course work which covers areas such as anatomy, physiology, physical therapy, speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, audiology and sign-language.
- Develop specific skills and patient management techniques including interviewing, observations, manual techniques and the correct application of several modalities.
- Develop social work habits such as effective time management, team work and safe practices.
- Develop professional attitudes through exposure to the roles, functions, concepts, moral and ethical considerations of Rehabilitation Professionals.