Master of Clinical Rehabilitation

Flinders University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00114A

The Master of Clinical Rehabilitation aims to enable individuals from any health professional background to deepen their knowledge base and skills in a variety of areas of Rehabilitation Practice. In addition, students will have the opportunity to develop research or practice expertise in an area of Clinical Rehabilitation and to apply this to a specific research or evidence-based Practice Project.

Designed for

Health professionals looking to enhance their knowledge, skills and attitudes in clinical rehabilitation

Structure

54 units. Students complete five core (compulsory) topics and up to six option topics chosen from a range of option topics available. These topics aim to provide students the opportunity to review the principles and practice of clinical rehabilitation and apply these to contemporary practice, describe and distinguish the assessment and management of a range of conditions that present in the clinical rehabilitation setting and the ability to identify, critically analyse and apply evidence for rehabilitation approaches and techniques.

Subjects

  • Clinical rehabilitation

Standard entry requirements

  • Applicants must normally hold an approved bachelor degree or equivalent qualification plus at least two years' post-degree experience in a relevant clinical discipline
  • Or the Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma in Clinical Rehabilitation from Flinders University or equivalent qualification.

Study pathways

This course articulates with the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Rehabilitation.

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Online Domestic: $33,696
International: $45,750
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