Specialization Requirements

Specialization Requirements

CCTPRS is offered through the Collaborative Specialization in Resuscitation Science (CSRS) at the University of Toronto under the auspices of the School of Graduate Studies. Students interested in enrolling in CSRS must already be accepted to a graduate degree program at the University of Toronto and comply with the admission procedures of that program prior to applying to CSRS.

Completion Requirements

Note: these requirements are for students already enrolled in CSRS.
If you are not already enrolled in CSRS, please see this page for details regarding current offerings.

Students must complete all of the requirements listed below to complete the CSRS. Upon completion of both CSRS and home department/institute requirements, students will receive the notation “Completed: Collaborative Specialization in Resuscitation Sciences” on their transcript.

  1. Complete MSC4001H: Foundations of Resuscitation Science with a passing grade
    • Doctoral students who have already taken MSC4001H as part of their Master’s program must complete MSC4002H: Advanced Topics in Resuscitation Science with a passing grade
  2. Obtain a credit for SRM3333H: Graduate Seminar Series in Resuscitation Science
    • This is an instance of SRM3333H unique to CSRS, and other instances of SRM3333H (such as those required for other departments) will not count towards the completion of CSRS.
    • Doctoral students who have completed one instance of SRM3333H (Resuscitation Science) for CSRS at the Master’s level will need to complete a second instance of SRM3333H
  3. Present their research at least once (twice for Doctoral students) either in MSC4001H or at an approved scientific meeting (e.g., CanROC Assembly, AHA Resuscitation Science Symposium).

Note that the CSRS requirements are in addition to those required by the student’s home department or institute.

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