A Master of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences covers a wide range of rehabilitation principles, while Physiotherapy specializes in physical treatments for conditions like muscle and joint problems. Rehab Sciences explore various aspects, including research and interdisciplinary approaches. Physiotherapy focuses on hands-on skills to help people with physical impairments. Both are important for rehabilitation, but Rehab Sciences offer a broader view, while Physiotherapy is more specific to physical treatments.

After obtaining a Master of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences, students can pursue careers as rehabilitation therapists, counselors, clinical researchers, academic educators, or rehabilitation administrators/managers, working in healthcare settings, research institutions, academia, government agencies, and private organizations.