Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation Program Requirements

BCR Scholars

Community Rehabilitation scholars ask questions such as: How can families affected by chronic health concerns participate fully in their communities? Do stigmas associated with disabilities influence social policy? How can society adapt to the needs of impaired people?

Four Year BCR Program Requirements

ADMISSION IS COMPETITIVE - Meeting the minimum standards set out below does not guarantee admission due to the competitive GPA of our program.

High school, degree holders, diploma holders (non-approved diplomas), mature students and change of program students, may apply into year one. Previous coursework can be reviewed for transfer credit. Coming from high school, you must have:

  • English 30
  • Biology 30.
  • Three Approved Courses (See UCalgary Calendar for admission requirements)

Students who have completed a minimum of 12 units (4 half course-equivalents) at the post-secondary level, will be reviewed for admission on the average of these completed courses in order to determine if they meet the competitive average of this program.

Students must successfully complete a minimum of 15 Units (5 HCE) required CORE courses in years 1 and 2 and 45 units (15 HCE) option courses at the 200 or 300 level. 
Upper level CORE are not allowed to be taken as 1st and 2nd year option courses. 

For more information, please refer to the First Year Degree Guide (First Year Degree Guide). Requirements in Years 1 & 2 Planner (1 & 2 Planner) and check the BCR Student Planner for courses to be taken in years 3 & 4. 

For further details, check the Academic Calendar.

Two Year Post-Diploma Program degree requirements:

ADMISSION IS COMPETITIVE - Meeting the minimum standards set out below does not guarantee admission due to the competitive GPA of our program.

This post-diploma and on-campus route are eligible only to those who have an approved diploma, also called a Block Transfer. Please refer to the link below to see if your diploma is on the block transfer list. If it is not listed, you must apply to the four-year route.

Approved Transferable Post-Secondary Diplomas

This degree program combines: professional courses in Community Rehabilitation, Disability studies, Health, Management and Senior Social Sciences. You can tailor your options in preparation for your eventual career plans. Students must successfully complete 36 Units (12 HCE) required CORE courses and ACWR 303.

For more information, check the BCR Student Planner for courses to be taken in years 3 & 4.

For further details, check the Academic Calendar.