Part-time, in class Rehabilitation and Disability Management Diploma

Program details

Format Part-time in Surrey
Schedule Courses run from Thursday or Friday to Saturday, for a total of 22 days of classroom instruction.
Duration Seven months
Upcoming terms
October 2019–May 2020. Dates for each course are available on the courses page.
Courses There are eight required courses.
Learning materials There is no textbook required for this program; however, if you are new to the disability management field, we strongly recommend you read Comprehensive Disability Management by Henry Harder and Liz Scott (2005) to prepare yourself. This textbook is available from the SFU Bookstore
Tuition $5,600 (non-refundable after classes start), due in full on or before August 16, 2019.
Application fee $75 (non-refundable)
Application deadline Please note the Fall 2019 intake of this program is now full. If you are interested in being added to the waitlist, please email your resumé and a statement of interest (max 250 words) as an attachment to Suitable candidates will be contacted if a seat becomes available.

Learning environment

We deliver our disability and rehabilitation management courses through a combination of lectures, presentations and practical examples. You will work with a cohort—a group of your peers who share experiences and ideas from their own professional backgrounds. 

Coursework: What to expect

Courses have pre-reading and assignments. You can expect to spend between two and four hours on each assignment. You will also make presentations and participate in exercises, group discussions and case studies.

We evaluate and grade all courses on a pass/fail basis using a combination of your assignments, individual or group projects, exams, participation and attendance.

Graduation requirements

To receive your Rehabilitation and Disability Management Diploma, complete and pass all courses and submit a graduation request form.


Our 2019/2020 program is now full. Please email if you would like to be added to the waitlist.