ORPAS – McMaster University

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Last updated: February 16, 2017

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Faculty of Health Sciences

Since its formal establishment in 1973, the Faculty of Health Sciences has been committed to community‑oriented, self‑directed, interdisciplinary, small‑group, problem‑based learning – the concept known worldwide as the “McMaster Approach”.

This concept, developed by founding Dean, John Evans, has evoked worldwide attention and is a hallmark of McMaster’s integrated Faculty of Health Sciences.

The Faculty is comprised of the following:

  • educational programs in nursing,
  • medicine,
  • physician assistant,
  • midwifery, and
  • occupational therapy, physiotherapy and speech-language pathology, among others.

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The School of Rehabilitation Science

Mission: The School of Rehabilitation Science aims to provide exemplary educational programs for students in occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech-language pathology, rehabilitation science and health management. The School will contribute to the advancement of health care in general and rehabilitation science in particular through excellence in collaborative research and service initiatives.

Vision: The School of Rehabilitation Science aims to provide outstanding leadership in rehabilitation science at the national and international levels, through continued expansion of innovation in education and research, as well as increased commitment to service partnerships with clients and rehabilitation providers.

The School of Rehabilitation Science offers the following programs:

  • Master of Science degree program in Occupational Therapy (MSc [OT])
  • Master of Science degree program in Physiotherapy (MSc [PT])
  • Master of Science degree program in Speech-Language Pathology (MSc [SLP])
  • Master of Science and Doctorate in Philosophy in Rehabilitation Science (MSc[RS] and PhD[RS]); within the MSc(RS), there is a course‑based stream that is available online, and on a part‑time basis
  • Master of Health Management (MHM) in collaboration with the DeGroote School of Business

Do not use ORPAS if you wish to apply to the research‑oriented rehabilitation science graduate programs (Thesis Masters, Course‑based Masters and PhD) or the Master of Health Management Program.

Eligibility and submission requirements are available on the School of Rehabilitation Science (SRS) website.

MSc (OT), MSc (PT) and MSc (SLP) Program Information Sessions/Webinars

Each program holds applicant information sessions, including webinars, in November.

Visit the website in early October for webinar details (dates, times, locations and directions/links to access the webinars).

Professional Practica/Clinical Placements

The Directors of Clinical Education of the MSc (OT), MSc (PT) and MSc (SLP) programs are responsible for arranging all practica/clinical education placements. You may be required to complete some practica/clinical education units in northwestern Ontario or elsewhere outside of the McMaster catchment area.

You are also expected to travel outside of Hamilton, Ontario, for mandatory teaching sessions and clinical placements. You are responsible for your own transportation and associated costs to complete program requirements.

Some placements may be located in rural, under‑serviced and remote areas. In certain placement streams, external funding may be available.

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Northern Studies Stream (NSS)

The Northern Studies Stream (NSS) was established in 1991 to specifically address the shortage of OTs and PTs in Northwestern Ontario through various recruitment and retention initiatives.

With 25 years of documented success, the current NSS is focused on providing clinical education opportunities for students across Northern Ontario. Approximately 50% of students in the OT/PT Program will have the opportunity to participate in clinical education placements in Northern Ontario.

The goals of the current NSS are threefold:

  1. To increase student awareness and knowledge of the health determinants that are unique to northern and rural communities;
  2. To increase student awareness of Aboriginal health issues, culture and health practices relevant to the First Nations people living in northern and rural Ontario; and
  3. To increase student skills in addressing professional practice issues while engaging in clinical education and living in a northern and/or rural community.

Admission Requirements

Academic Requirements

You are eligible to apply in your fourth year of undergraduate work or after graduating from a 4‑year baccalaureate degree (minimum of 120 units/semester credits), or equivalent, from a recognized university with a minimum second‑class standing (“B” or 75% or 3.0/4.0 or 8.0/12.0) in the final 2 years (or in the last 10 full course equivalents).

Calculations will be completed based on reverse chronological order of courses as listed on the submitted official transcript(s). Practicum courses and non‑convertible grades (e.g., pass/fail) will not be included in the calculation. Where grades must be extracted from a term to achieve the equivalent of 10 full courses, the average of the term will be used.

Note: You may apply in the fourth year of your degree program but must provide proof that you have completed the degree requirements prior to June 30 of the enrollment year. Academic achievement on graduate courses will be considered on a case‑by‑case basis.

As per the McMaster Graduate Calendar, admission is competitive and meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. Final admission decisions rest with the Graduate Admissions and Studies Committee for each Faculty. The admission decision is not subject to appeal.

English-Language Requirements

You must be proficient in spoken and written English. If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence of English-language proficiency, unless you graduated from a university where the language of instruction and evaluation is English.

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is acceptable evidence.

  • A score of 600 (paper) or 92 (internet) must be achieved on the TOEFL test (reading‑22, speaking‑24, listening‑24, writing‑22).
  • The TOEFL score must not be more than 2 years old at the time of the ORPAS application deadline.
  • The TOEFL code for McMaster is 0936. The department code for MSc (OT) is 44, for MSc (PT) is 48 and the department code for MSc (SLP) is 55.

Physiotherapy Only: Academic Prerequisite

In addition to the admission requirements, if you apply to the MSc (PT) program, identify on the ORPAS Prerequisite Module the courses that fulfill the following prerequisites:

  • A full or half credit in 1 biological or life science course with a grade of “B” or higher.
  • A full or half credit in 1 social science or humanities course with a grade of “B” or higher.

It is strongly recommended that applicants complete a human anatomy (dissection/prosection) and human physiology course before entering the program. Other recommended courses are statistics, psychology or sociology.
For more details about prerequisites, visit the OT/PT admissions Frequently Asked Questions page.

Speech-Language Pathology Only: Academic Prerequisite

In addition to the admission requirements, if you apply to the MSc (SLP) program, identify on the ORPAS Prerequisite Module the courses that fulfill the following 4 prerequisites:

  • A full or half credit in 1 linguistics course at any level, with a grade of “B” or higher.
  • A full or half credit in 1 relevant psychology course at as second year level or above, with a grade of “B” or higher. Acceptable courses include: Childhood Development, Developmental Psychology, Aging and Perception, Cognition, or equivalent
  • A full or half credit in 1 science course at any level, with a grade of “B” or higher. A biological or life science course is considered any of the following: anatomy, biochemistry, biology, biomedical sciences, environmental science, earth science, histology, physiology, ecology, chemistry, physics, health physics, pharmacology, biotechnology, radiation sciences, kinesiology or neuroscience.
  • A full or half credit in 1 research methods or statistics course at any level, with a grade of “B” or higher.

For more details about prerequisites, visit the OT/PT admissions Frequently Asked Questions page.

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Application Information

Transcripts

Official transcripts of all university and college degree work must be sent directly to ORPAS by the originating institution(s).

If you completed courses outside of Canada (including exchange program courses, intersession courses, summer courses, online courses, etc.), request a legend from the university that explains the grading scale.

All non‑English documentation must be accompanied by an official English translation completed by a certified translator.

Assessment of International Transcripts and Exchange Work

If you have international transcripts, excluding the US, you must submit the following:

  1. original transcripts sent by originating institution(s);
  2. notarized English copies of all degree course work completed to date; and
  3. notarized English copy of the appropriate diploma or degree awarded.

If possible, a legend from the university explaining the grading scale should also be submitted with the international transcripts.

ORPAS Prerequisite Module

All applicants to the MSc (PT) and MSc (SLP) programs must complete the ORPAS Prerequisite Module (available online, in the “Personal Submissions” section of the application).

You are required to record the prerequisite courses (for MSc [PT]: 1 biological/life science course and 1 social sciences/humanities course). Details about prerequisite requirements for the MSc (PT) program are included with the program description.

Note: The application is incomplete without the completed module.

McMaster University Application Fees (For Both Domestic and International Applicants)

  1. If you apply to only 1 program (either Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy or Speech-Language Pathology), a $90 supplemental fee is payable.
  2. If you apply to both Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Programs at McMaster University:
    • Send an additional $90 money order/certified cheque (personal cheques are not accepted).
    • Make money orders/certified cheques payable to “McMaster University”.
    • Indicate your full name and ORPAS reference number in the memo field.
      Note: Your ORPAS number begins with “2017”.
    • Mail the money order/certified cheque to:
      SRS Admissions Office
      School of Rehabilitation Science
      McMaster University
      Institute for Applied Health Sciences, Room 403
      1400 Main Street West
      Hamilton ON  L8S 1C7
  3. If you apply to SLP and either OT or PT, only the $90 supplemental fee is payable.

Note: All money orders/certified cheques must be received by January 13, 2017. Your application will be considered incomplete if additional payment is not received by this date.

Application Process: Canadian Citizen and Canadian Permanent Resident Status

If you have “citizen” or “permanent resident” status, you must submit the following documentation to ORPAS to ensure your application is complete:

  • Original transcripts sent by the originating institution(s)
  • TOEFL (if applicable)
  • ORPAS Online Prerequisite Module (MSc [PT] and MSc [SLP] applicants)

Application Process: International Applicants

If you are an international applicant, you must submit the following documentation to ORPAS to ensure your application is complete:

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Selection Method

MSc (OT), MSc (PT) and MSc (SLP)

Approximately 65 students (including up to 6 international students between both programs) are admitted into each of the MSc (OT) and MSc (PT) programs annually. For the MSc (SLP) program, the 2017 enrollment will be 28 students.

Based on academic achievement, approximately 300 top‑ranked applicants are invited to a series of interviews for each of the MSc (OT) and MSc (PT) programs and 125 applicants will be invited to interview for the MSc (SLP) program. Personal qualities and experience are assessed by faculty and community members using the interview process.

  • A series of interviews for the MSc (OT) and (PT) programs will be conducted from April 7-9, 2017 in Hamilton, Ontario.
  • Interviews for the MSc (SLP) program will be conducted March 3 and 4 in Hamilton, Ontario.

If you are invited for an interview:

  • For the MSc (OT) and MSc (PT) you will be notified by email about the date, time and process.
    For the MSc [SLP] you will be notified the last week of February about the date, time and process.
  • You are responsible for your own travel expenses.
  • For the MSc (OT) and MSc (PT) programs, you are ranked based on sub‑GPA (contributing 25%) and interview scores (contributing 75%).
  • For the MSc (SLP) program, you are ranked based on sub-GPA (contributing 50%) and interview scores (contributing 50%).

Final approval of offers of admission is granted by the School of Graduate Studies. No alternative dates or arrangements (e.g., Skype) are available for the interview process. Interviews must be conducted in person on the dates listed.

If you apply to the McMaster MSc (OT), MSc (PT) and MSc (SLP) programs:

  • You will be notified of the admission decisions by email. Consult the ORPAS website for an announcement about the offers of admission date.
  • You accept the procedures and methods by which applicants are chosen. Failure to comply with the instructions or to meet the deadlines will result in the disqualification of your application.

The admissions process undergoes annual review and is subject to change. The School of Rehabilitation Science reserves the right to change the admission and registration requirements at any time without notice. Every effort will be made to inform prospective applicants of any changes in a timely manner.

Registration in McMaster’s MSc (OT), MSc (PT) or MSc (SLP) programs implies that you accept the academic regulations of the School of Graduate Studies and the School of Rehabilitation Science, in addition to the program objectives and methods of evaluation.

Important: If you have not completed your degree or have course work in progress, all offers are considered conditional until final transcripts are submitted and reviewed for conditions. Proof of completed in‑progress degrees and course work must be submitted by June 30 of the enrollment year.

Deposit

If you accept an offer of admission to McMaster University, you must remit a non‑refundable deposit paid online by credit card (domestic and international applicants: $500). The amount of this deposit will be deducted from your tuition after registration and entry into the program. The deposit is not refunded if you fail to register in the program.

Advanced Standing and Transfer

The MSc (OT), MSc (PT) and MSc (SLP) programs begin in the fall of year 1 and continue for 2 full years. You must successfully complete all courses to advance from semester to semester and to complete the program.

Therefore, there is no provision for advanced standing or transfer into the programs.

Applicants of Aboriginal Ancestry

The Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University has a policy to facilitate the admission of students with Aboriginal ancestry, as defined by the 1982 Constitution Act that recognizes First Nations, Inuit and Métis as the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada. These applications must be supplemented by documentation (a photocopy of 1 of the following):

  • Certificate of Indian Status, Tribal enrollment card, Métis membership/citizenship card, Inuit or Inuvialuit Tribal corporation number or Inuit registry number; or
  • A letter from an official representative of your First Nations band, treaty, tribal or traditional council, Inuit land/territory organization, Métis settlement or community organization, or another recognized Aboriginal organization.

This documentation must be sent via fax, email or mail c/o OT Program Coordinator, PT Program Coordinator or SLP Program Coordinator to the School of Rehabilitation Science SRS Admissions Committee by January 31, 2017.

If you have a minimum GPA of 3.0/4.0 and meet the Aboriginal ancestry criteria, you will be invited for an interview. If you are applying to the Physiotherapy program or Speech-Language Pathology program, you must also meet the prerequisite courses.

You are then ranked with all other applicants using the weighted average of the MMI score and GPA.

Clinical Placement and Professional Practica Requirements

All students are required to comply with the placement and practica requirements identified by the programs.

Example requirements include the following:

  • Health screening
  • Police check (level of check to be communicated by the program)
  • CPR Level C certification
  • N‑95 fit testing and training
  • Other health and safety requirements

You are responsible for ensuring your own training and requirements are current. Failure to comply with the identified requirements may jeopardize your place in the program. Detailed information is provided upon acceptance of the offer of admission.

Note: Offers will be considered conditional until a “clear” police check is submitted.

Deferral of Accepted Offers

Deferrals of admission are not granted.

Fraudulent Applications

If any application information is discovered to be false or misleading, or concealed or withheld, the application will be deemed invalid and will be rejected immediately.

Students who are already admitted and registered must withdraw from the university and the case may be submitted to the McMaster University Office of Academic Integrity.

Contact Information

SRS Admissions Office
School of Rehabilitation Science
McMaster University
Institute for Applied Health Sciences, Room 403
1400 Main Street West
Hamilton ON  L8S 1C7

OT telephone: 905‑525‑9140, ext. 27829
PT telephone: 905-525-9140, ext. 27859
SLP telephone: 905-525-9140, ext. 27344
Fax: 905‑524‑0069

OT email: askOT@mcmaster.ca
PT email: askPT@mcmaster.ca
SLP email: askSLP@mcmaster.ca

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MSc (OT) Degree Program

The School of Rehabilitation Science offers a 25‑month full‑time course‑based program in Occupational Therapy leading to a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSc [OT]) degree.

The program’s goal is to prepare occupational therapists with the requisite knowledge, skills and professional behaviours to practice in the emerging realities of the health care system, including the broader societal communities.

The concepts of occupation and health will be explored, incorporating the themes of family, society, culture and environment within the context of client‑centred practice.

The MSc (OT) program prepares you to be eligible to register to practice occupational therapy, and meets professional accreditation and practice standards. The MSc (OT) curriculum utilizes a self‑directed, Problem‑Based Learning (PBL) philosophy.

You will complete course work, practica and an independent project that explores the complexities of evidence‑based practice. These evidence‑based practice projects are evaluated through faculty assessment and presentation at a symposium widely attended by the academic and clinical communities. All courses are specific to this curriculum.

The minimum expectation is the completion of all course work across 2 extended study years, from September to July (year 1) and from September to September (year 2).

  • Year 1 introduces you to the fundamentals of contemporary Canadian occupational therapy practice.
  • Year 2 provides opportunities for developing more complex skills and preparing for entry to practice as conscientious, autonomous professionals.

Throughout the program, you gain experience across many client populations and in multiple settings.

The program is organized into the following 5 university‑based terms of study, with 4 practica courses throughout the curriculum:

Term 1    Wellness, Health and Occupation
Term 2    Person, Environment and Occupation
Term 3    Disability, Development and Occupation
Term 4    Complexities of Practice I: Children, Youth & Adults
Term 5    Complexities of Practice II: Older Adults & Transition to Practice

Student performance is evaluated on a regular basis throughout the MSc (OT) program using a variety of evaluation tools consistent with the principles of problem‑based and self‑directed learning.

Find more information about the MSc (OT) curriculum.

MSc (OT) Admission Requirements

The actual cut‑off GPA for academic achievement resulting in an offer to come for an interview is based on the applicant pool. The cut‑off was 3.59/4.00 in 2014, 3.64/4.00 in 2015 and 3.6/4.00 in 2016.

Accreditation

The MSc (OT) program is accredited by the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT).

Regulation of Practice

All occupational therapists in Canada must be registered with the appropriate provincial regulatory organization to practice in that province. Each regulatory body has a separate and distinct registration process; however, in most circumstances, a degree in occupational therapy and successfully completing the CAOT national certification examination is required.

In Ontario, graduates from the MSc (OT) program can be granted a provisional practicing certificate of registration by the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario (COTO) until they write and pass the CAOT examination, at which point a general practicing certificate is granted.

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MSc (PT) Degree Program

The School of Rehabilitation Science offers a 25‑month full‑time course‑based program in Physiotherapy leading to a Master of Science in Physiotherapy (MSc [PT]) degree.

The goal of this program is to prepare physiotherapists with the knowledge, skills and professional behaviours needed to practice as an entry-level clinician in a variety of Canadian health care and community settings. You will integrate theory, evidence and practice to become evidence‑based practitioners.

The MSc (PT) program prepares you to be eligible to register to practice physiotherapy in Canada. This professional master’s program meets Canadian professional accreditation and practice standards.

You are required to complete course work, clinical placements and an independent research project. All courses are specific to this curriculum with no electives.

  • Year 1 introduces you to fundamentals of musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory and neurological physiotherapy practice.
  • Year 2 allows you to develop advanced skills in these practice areas, and apply these skills to complex multi‑system movement problems for clients across the lifespan, in varied practice settings, including health care institutions and the community.

The program is organized into 6 units:

Unit I    Fundamentals of Physiotherapy Practice
Unit II    Fundamentals of Musculoskeletal Practice
Unit III    Fundamentals of Cardiorespiratory & Neurological Physiotherapy
Unit IV    Advanced Neurological Physiotherapy Practice
Unit V    Community Health/Community Practice
Unit VI    Integrated Practice and Professional Transition

All Units (I–VI) have a problem‑based course and a complementary clinical laboratory course in the thematic area of study.

  • Year 1 includes a Professional Practice course that runs across Units I, II and III.
  • Year 2 includes a Research and Evidence‑Based Practice course that runs across Units IV, V and VI.
  • Units II through V are designed so that there is an 8‑week period of academic study followed by 6 weeks of clinical practice.
  • Unit VI has 1 additional academic half course, Professional Transition.
  • The final course in Unit VI is a clinical placement that runs for 6 weeks.

Your performance is evaluated on a regular basis throughout the MSc (PT), using a variety of evaluation tools consistent with the principles of problem‑based and self‑directed learning.

The purpose of these evaluations is to assess knowledge, clinical, and communication skills, and to facilitate the learning process. Evaluation methods include self and peer evaluations, problem‑based tutorial evaluations, oral and written assignments and examinations, as well as Objective Structured Clinical Examinations.

Find more information about the MSc (PT) curriculum.

MSc (PT) Admission Requirements

In addition to the admission requirements, you must identify, on the ORPAS Online Prerequisite Module (MSc [PT] applicants only), the courses that fulfill the following prerequisites (if the prerequisite course is incomplete, indicate “IPR”):

  • A full or half credit in 1 biological or life science course with a grade of “B” or higher.
  • A full or half credit in 1 social science or humanities course with a grade of “B” or higher.

The actual cut‑off GPA for academic achievement resulting in an offer to come for interview is based on the applicant pool.

Prerequisite Courses

While no specific science and social science/humanities courses are required, the following courses are strongly recommended: human anatomy (dissection/prosection), human physiology, statistics and either a psychology or sociology course.

You must be enrolled in the specified MSc (PT) prerequisite courses by the application deadline (i.e., the course must be listed on an official transcript).

Accreditation

The MSc (PT) program is accredited by Physiotherapy Education Accreditation Canada (PEAC).

Regulation of Practice

All physiotherapists in Canada must be registered with the appropriate provincial regulatory body to practice in that province. Each regulatory body has a separate and distinct registration process; however, in all circumstances, a degree in physiotherapy is required.

In Ontario, successful completion of the Physiotherapy Competency Examination (PCE) is also required.

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MSc (SLP) Degree Program

The School of Rehabilitation Science is pleased to offer a new a 24‑month full‑time course‑based program in Speech-Language Pathology leading to a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (MSc [SLP]) degree.

Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) are autonomous rehabilitation health professionals with specialized knowledge, skills and clinical training in the prevention, screening, identification, assessment, and management of congenital and acquired communication and swallowing disorders.

Anchored within the innovative and renown School of Rehabilitation Science at McMaster University, this SLP program will add to the interprofessional mix of health care disciplines within the Faculty of Health Sciences. With its problem-based learning curriculum, grounded in self-directed and small group learning, McMaster’s SLP program offers a unique learning and training opportunity within Canada for students interested in a career in Speech-Language Pathology.

The goal of this program is to prepare SLPs with the knowledge, skills and professional behaviours needed to practice in a variety of Canadian health care and community settings. The MSc (SLP) program will prepare you to be eligible to register to practice speech-language pathology, and will meet professional accreditation and practice standards.

The minimum expectation is the completion of all course work across 2 extended study years, from September to July (year 1) and from September to September (year 2).

  • Year 1 focuses on the fundamentals of Speech-Language Pathology to build foundational knowledge relevant to the field of SLP and introduce students to communication across the lifespan.
  • Year 2 provides opportunities for students to develop more advanced skills and will prepare you for the complex contexts of professional practice.

Throughout the program, students gain experience across many client populations and in multiple settings.

The program is organized into the following 5 university‑based units of study, with 5 practica courses throughout the curriculum:

Unit 1    Fundamentals of Clinical Practice I: Principles, Knowledge, and Skills for Clinical Practice
Unit 2    Fundamentals of Clinical Practice II: Roles and Practice Settings Across the Lifespan
Unit 3    Clinical Practice with Children, Youth, & Young Adults
Unit 4    Clinical Practice with Adults and Older Adults
Unit 5    Complex Practice and Professional Transition

The curriculum is delivered through a combination of problem-based tutorials, clinical skills sessions, large group seminars, e-learning modules, interprofessional education and collaboration activities and experiential learning (clinical education). Student performance is evaluated on a regular basis throughout the MSc (SLP) program using self and peer evaluations, problem‑based tutorial evaluations, oral and written assignments and examinations, as well as Objective Structured Clinical Examinations.

Find more information about the MSc (SLP) curriculum.

MSc (SLP) Admission Requirements

In addition to the admission requirements, you must identify, on the ORPAS Online Prerequisite module (MSc [SLP] and MSc [PT] applicants only), the courses that fulfill the following prerequisites (if the prerequisite course is incomplete, indicate “IPR”):

  • A full or half credit in 1 linguistics course at any level, with a grade of “B” or higher.
  • A full or half credit in 1 relevant psychology course at a second year level or above, with a grade of “B” or higher. Acceptable courses include: Childhood Development, Developmental Psychology, Aging and Perception, Cognition, or equivalent.
  • A full or half credit in 1 science course at any level, with a grade of “B” or higher.
  • A full or half credit in 1 research methods or statistics course at any level, with a grade of “B” or higher.

You must be enrolled in the specified MSc (SLP) prerequisite courses by the application deadline (i.e., the course must be listed on an official transcript).

Accreditation

As a new program offered within McMaster’s School of Rehabilitation Science, the MSc (SLP) program will undergo accreditation review by the Council for Accreditation of Canadian University Programs in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology in the first 2 years of activity.

Regulation of Practice

All SLPs in Canada must be registered with the appropriate provincial regulatory body to practice in that province. Each regulatory body has a separate and distinct registration process; however, in all circumstances, a degree in Speech-Language Pathology is required.

In Ontario, successful completion of the Speech-Language and Audiology Canada Examination (SAC) is also required.

Resources for Further Study

Solomon P., Baptiste S. (2005). Innovation in Rehabilitation Sciences Education: Preparing Leaders for the Future. Berlin: Springer‑Verlag.
Baptiste, S. (2003). Problem‑Based Learning: A Self‑Directed Journey. Thorofare, New Jersey: Slack Publications.

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