Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation

Community Rehabilitation & Disability Studies | Cumming School of Medicine

Committed to a Philosophy of Possibility

Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies (CRDS) is an interdisciplinary platform of academic inquiry. The CRDS delivers undergraduate and graduate programs in the domains of leadership development, community capacity building, innovation and multiple allies aimed at improving well-being of people with diverse abilities, promoting social change and building corresponding knowledge and theory.

Welcome Back

The CRDS program welcomes our new and current students to the fall semester for 2020. We hope that you had a relaxing summer and are recharged and ready for the school year ahead. Though staff and faculty continue to work remotely, please do not hesitate to contact us for any questions, concerns and just to connect.

We wish each of you a happy, healthy and successful academic experience.

Program Requirements

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Graduate Degrees in Disability Studies

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Minor and Combined Degrees

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Announcements

The CRDS program will be delivering all Fall 2020 courses via web based format. If you have further questions or concerns please reach out to the course instructor. 

CRDS Faculty and Support Staff are currently working from home due to COVID-19. To get in touch, please utilize staff emails found under the "CONTACTS" tab. 

 

The CRDS faculty offices are located at the Foothills campus in the TRW building on the third floor

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Foothills Campus 
TRW Building 
Inside the HSC to TRW


 


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