Master of Science in Occupational Science - Thesis OCCU 9002   Thesis
The thesis requires original research at the master's level related to occupation. Basic or applied research may use qualitative or quantitative methodologies as appropriate. Thesis supervision will be provided by a faculty member associated with the School of Occupational Therapy and a thesis committee, as per Faculty of Graduate Studies Regulations. Thesis Supervision by distance may involve email, telephone, teleconference, videoconference, or other communication as appropriate. As part of the thesis process, the student will develop and defend a thesis proposal, complete ethics applications as appropriate, and complete all steps of the research process. Thesis defense normally occurs via distance and follows Faculty of Graduate Studies Regulations.
FORMAT: Online Delivery
RESTRICTIONS: Only available for those students enrolled in the Occupational Science program.