Faculty of HS | Academic Units

Academic Units

The Faculty of Health Sciences is made up of four schools (Human Kinetics, Nursing, Rehabilitation Sciences and Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences) and offers a bachelor's degree program in Nutrition Sciences. It is the third largest faculty at the University of Ottawa with over 4,600 students and 566 professors and staff members.

Click through our school and program websites and learn more about what the FHS has to offer!

  • Bachelor's program in Nutrition Sciences

    The Faculty of Health Sciences' Honours Bachelor in Nutrition Sciences is the only program in Ontario taught in French and open to bilingual students. This unique program includes general courses in psychology and communication and basic science as well as courses in areas specifically related to nutrition. Nutrition Sciences website »

  • Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences

    The ISHS welcomes professors whose research interests broaden its programs. Working together on diverse health problems in an interdisciplinary context, they cultivate one of the school's greatest strengths: collaboration. ISHS website »

  • School of Human Kinetics

    SHK students and professors enjoy enriched teaching and research experiences in world-class laboratories, recreational facilities, local schools, national sport organizations and leading research-intensive hospitals and health research institutes in our nation's capital. SHK website »

  • School of Nursing

    The School of Nursing has been educating nurses since 1933 to be leaders in meeting the challenges of our health care system and actively engaging in research locally, nationally ang globally in both official languages. School of Nursing website »

  • School of Rehabilitation Sciences

    The School of Rehabilitation Sciences brings together three professional programs (Audiology/Speech-language pathology, Occupational therapy and Physiotherapy) in training bilingual healthcare professionals to meet the needs of francophone communities within the country's bilingual and multicultural context. SRS website »