Master in Rehabilitation Science 


A ‘Master in Rehabilitation Sciences’ program is a graduate-level program that focuses on understanding the impact of disability and facilitating the recovery of individuals affected by physical, intellectual, and developmental disabilities. The program aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of rehabilitation of persons with disabilities and the skills necessary to design and implement effective rehabilitation programs.

The coursework will combine lecture-cum-discussions, application exercises in simulated environments, and clinical/fieldwork. Some of the core areas covered in the program are – various types of disabilities, rehabilitation processes, rehabilitation counselling, and social work techniques in rehabilitation. Students may also have the opportunity to specialize in areas such as locomotor disability, intellectual disability, and developmental disability.

Graduates of the program may work in various settings, including hospitals, rehabilitation centers, private clinics, government programs, and academic institutions.