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The Master of Science, Applied, in Physical Therapy is a 62-credit program to be completed in 1.5 graduate years over five semesters, and includes four clinical practica of 1,050 hours in total, leading to professional licensure to practice.
The educational approach is consistent with adult learning, self-directed learning, reflective clinical practice, and inter-professionalism.
Strong links between academic and clinical fieldwork education are emphasized.
In addition to fieldwork, course work will focus on client-centred and evidence-based practice in the three core areas of Physical Therapy practice:
orthopedics, neurology and cardiorespiratory areas.
Courses also cover professionalism, advanced clinical practice, research methodology and health management and education.
Courses emphasize client-centred and evidence-based practice across the lifespan and health care continuum and include health promotion from prevention of disability to rehabilitation.
The master's project prepares the entry-to-practice physiotherapist to become an autonomous and effective professional through the acquisition of research skills.
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2. Reference letters
3. TOEFL, IELTS
Note: Applicants who have not completed a Bachelor's degree or equivalent from a Canadian university and those applicants who have been out of university for 5 years or more may be asked to complete the GRE (Graduate Records Examination) test.
This program is only open to McGill students who have successfully completed the B.Sc.(Rehabilitation Science) majoring in Physical Therapy, or McGill students who have successfully completed the Qualifying Year to the M.Sc.A. Physical Therapy.
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