MSOT Course Sequence

Required Courses and Sequence for MSOT

Students must have been admitted to the Occupational Therapy Program prior to 2014 in order to take the following course sequence:

First Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester
OT 610  Fundamentals of the Occupational Therapy Process OT 612  Neuroscience for Occupational Therapy
OT 605  Functional Anatomy of the Limbs and Trunk OT 643  Biomechanical Approaches in Occupational Therapy
OT 615  Occupations Across the Lifespan OT 644  Occupational Therapy for Mental Health

OT 622  Occupational Performance Adaptations I 

(0.5 unit) 

OT 634  Research and Evidence in Clinical Practice

OT 651  Authentic Learning Experience I

(0.0 units)

OT 652  Authentic Learning Experience II

(0.0 units)

Second Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester

OT 623  Occupational Performance Adaptations II

(0.5 unit)

OT 658  Health Care Management
OT 645  Occupational Therapy for Adults with Neurological Dysfunction

OT 621  Gerontological Concepts

(0.5 unit)

OT 646  Occupational Therapy for Children & Youth OT 661  Applied Clinical Treatment / Management

OT 660  Mental Health Clinic

(0.5 unit)

OT 624  Occupational Performance Adaptations III

(0.5 unit)

OT 635  EBP Part I 

(0.5 unit)

OT 636 EBP Part II

(0.5 unit)

OT 653  Authentic Learning Experience III

(0.0 units)

OT 654  Authentic Learning Experience IV

(0.0 units)

Fieldwork

Successful completion of fieldwork experience is required for graduation from the university with a degree in occupational therapy. During this phase, the student spends a minimum of six months of full-time practice under registered therapists in medical centers, schools, or health care agencies.

Sequence for part-time graduate study must be approved by the Occupational Therapy Program faculty.

Upon successful completion a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) degree is awarded. Students are then eligible to take the national certification examination offered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy