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Online Information Session

Online Information Sessions

Learn more about the DSc RHL
Rehabilitation Health Leadership Online Information Sessions

 

This 45-minute online information session on Wednesday, December 8th at 12pm (EDT) is a unique opportunity to learn about this 36-month executive-style program that allows students to continue working while completing the degree through a blend of onsite sessions and online learning. 

 

The DSc (RHL) prepares leader scholars who are purposeful, inspirational and effective. The program will equip learners with the knowledge and skills they need to confidently pursue career opportunities requiring advanced competencies in leadership, program development, applied research and evaluation, advocacy, change management, and knowledge translation.

The program is open to all professionals whose work addresses the lives of people with or at risk of disability, or the workforce, systems or policies that underpin such work, recognizing that many disciplines contribute to the fields of rehabilitation and health.

The DSc (RHL) welcomes applicants with:

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A Master’s degree » with a minimum of one year of work experience in a setting that develops, implements or manages programs, services, policies or processes for people affected by or at risk of a disability, and evidence of progressive involvement in leadership activities or roles as evidenced in a curriculum vitae and through letters of reference.

2

A Bachelor’s degree (four-year undergraduate program or equivalent) » with a minimum of 5 years of work experience in a setting that develops, implements or manages programs, services, policies or processes for people affected by or at risk of a disability, and evidence of progressive involvement in leadership activities or roles as evidenced in a curriculum vitae and through letters of reference.