The Puget Sound Occupational Therapy Program's curriculum design has two primary and related goals, which are to produce MSOT graduates who possess:
- The competencies to enable clients in general occupational therapy practice settings to participate in occupation; and
- The foundation needed for lifelong learning to maintain and enhance professional competence, including professional specialization, research, administration, and teaching.
And DrOT graduates who possess:
- The competencies to deliver excellent occupational therapy; and
- The motivation and skills to engage in life-long learning.
These goals are conceptualized in the following graphics.
Curricular Design Entry-level MSOT, View 1.
Curricular Design Entry-level MSOT, View 2 (top looking down).