For details about this program and what you will learn, please visit georgebrown.ca/S407.
Students per Class: 8
Classes running per year: 2
Attrition (past five years): 0
Employment Record: 95% or better
Clinical Methods in Orthotics & Prosthetics (Postgraduate) (S407) Program Selection Process
The Clinical Methods in Orthotics and Prosthetics Program is a post-graduate program that is open to applicants with a specific degree, as outlined in the admission requirements.
The selection of students involves a two-step procedure:
i) Eligible applicants will be invited to take an online admissions test involving subjects covering Biology (anatomy, physiology, pathology), Biophysics and Biomechanics, Spatial Relations, and Prosthetics and Orthotics knowledge.
- Reference Letters: Every applicant that qualifies, will send two letters of reference to the Sunnybrook Campus address below no later than March 6, 2024.
- Online interviews: Online interviews will run between March 9-15, 2024.
For more details on the two references required, please visit the application information section.