Master of Rehabilitation Science
As a school commitment to professional, continuing and executive education, we ensure high-quality online graduate education is accessible to you – all you need is a computer and an internet connection.
This course gives you access to the best minds and the opportunity to grow, expanding your skills and knowledge through innovative technologies, including:
- Audio recordings and podcasts
- Discussion forums.
Why study online?
The online learning environment has been carefully devised by expert academics, along with learning designers and technology specialists, to facilitate an interactive, enjoyable and flexible student experience.
Your virtual classroom is academically robust and designed to prepare you for competition in your field. It also provides structured opportunities for networking and collaborative learning with peers.
You’ll receive all the technical support you need to get set up in the beginning and participate in an initial welcome webinar where you’ll be guided through the University’s systems.
Gain access to the highest levels of support
As an online student you’ll receive a high level of administrative, technical and academic support from your initial expression of interest in the course, through to your graduation. Don’t be surprised if you learn our student support team members by name; they are dedicated, personal and friendly and they understand that every student experience is unique. And if a challenge arises, they’ll do everything in their power to assist you so that you can continue to have an excellent learning experience.
Dedicated online student support consultants can assist with:
- Enrolment and subject assistance
- Administrative logistics and fee options
- Technical support
- Online learning skills and workload management
- Special circumstances.
Meet the team
- Associate Professor Jennifer McGinley, Head Physiotherapy Department, Course Coordinator, Master of Rehabilitation Science, Subject Development Coordinator, Foundations of Rehabilitation Science
- Associate Professor Louisa Remedios, Director of Teaching and Learning, Physiotherapy Department, Course Development Coordinator, Master of Rehabilitation Science
- Associate Professor Alicia Spittle, Deputy Head Physiotherapist Department and Subject Development Coordinator, Rehabilitation in Paediatrics
- Professor Linda Denehy, Head School of Health Sciences, Expert contributor Rehabilitation in the Acute Setting
- Dr Sonya Moore, Subject Development Coordinator, Musculoskeletal Rehabiliation
- Associate Professor Gavin Williams, Associate Professor of Physiotherapy Rehabilitation
- Dr Margaret Sherburn, Subject Development Coordinator, Rehabilitation for Women’s Health
- Dr Selina Parry, Subject Development Coordinator, Rehabilitation in the Acute Setting
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