The University of Alberta's Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine houses four programs at the University of Calgary's Downtown Campus - the MSc Occupational Therapy program, the MSc Physical Therapy program as well as an MSc and PhD in Rehabilitation Science. With the Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine's distributed education model, students at all campuses complete the same core program of required courses as their colleagues enrolled at the other campuses. Each campus offers unique elective opportunities reflective of local expertise and community partnerships.
In Calgary, we have six classrooms and three labs located on the third floor and basement. State-of-the-art technology is employed to ensure that students have real time communications with lecturers and professors based in Edmonton, Calgary and Camrose. There are about 90 students throughout the four programs that call the Calgary campus "home". In addition to these programs, the University of Alberta has a research facility - the Clinic for Ambulatory Rehabilitation Research and Education (CARRE) located at the Downtown Campus.