Note:In order to find a course in the new 4 digit numbering system using an old 3 digit number, please refer to the conversion list below. Before registering for courses with the new 4 digit numbering system, please ensure that you have not previously taken the course in its 3 digit form.
Rehabilitation Sciences3060A/B -
Health Conditions and Disease
Diseases frequently encountered in rehabilitation practices will be presented in this introductory course. Definitions and concepts regarding people with disabilities will be applied within this course.
Rehabilitation Sciences3062A/B -
Functional Neuroscience for Special Populations
Basic neuroanatomy and neurophysiology will be presented in this introductory course. Students will learn primary structural and functional elements of neurology that are most often encountered in rehabilitation.
Rehabilitation Sciences3063A/B -
Introduction to Concepts in Mental Health
Mental illnesses are a leading cause of disability in Canada and most developed countries. Definitions of mental illness, types of mental illness and current methods of treating people disabled by mental illness will be covered in this introductory course.
Rehabilitation Sciences4065A/B -
Motor Control for Special Populations
This course will review normal human movement and some manifestations of abnormal motor development and control. A review of rehabilitation outcomes will be presented to give the students an appreciation of how rehabilitation principles guide treatment for people experiencing motor control problems.
Prerequisite(s):Kinesiology 1080A/B or 2280A/B; Registration in the Honors Specialization, Major, or Minor modules in Rehabilitation Sciences.
Rehabilitation Sciences4210A/B -
Health Promotion for Persons with Disabilities
People with disabilities often experience health challenges beyond what non-disabled people faceMethods of maximizing health both as a goal and a resource will be taught in this course that follows an evidence-based teaching framework.
Antirequisite(s):Health Sciences 472(if taken in 2005-06)
Prerequisite(s):Registration in the Honors Specialization, Major or Minor modules in Rehabilitation Sciences.