Students must have been admitted to the Occupational Therapy Program prior to 2014 in order to take the following course sequence:
|Fall Term||Spring Term|
|OT 633b (0.5 unit)||OT 607 (0.5 unit)|
|OT 645||OT 621 (0.5 unit)|
|OT 646||OT 661|
|OT 648 (0.5 unit)||OT 667 (0.5 unit)|
|OT 698a (0.5 unit)||OT 698b (0.5 unit)|
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 of either degree track, a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) degree or a Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) degree is awarded. Students are then eligible to take the national certification examination offered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy.