We include tuition information for the Entry Level Masters (MSOT), Entry Level Doctorate (OTD) and Post-Professional Doctor (DOT) of Occupational Therapy programs.
For the 2021-22 academic year, the tuition charge for MSOT/OTD graduate students will be $6,995 per unit. The total affiliation fee for Occupational Therapy students is $6,150. You will be billed $3,075 for each of the two Affiliations required by the program.
The Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) program requires completion of 14.75 units of occupational therapy coursework, is two and a half academic years in length which includes two full-time fieldwork clinical affiliations off-campus.
The Entry Level Doctorate (OTD) program required completion of 15 units of occupational therapy coursework, is three academic years in length including a minimum of six months of full-time fieldwork experience, and a 14-week Capstone experience.
The Post-Professional Doctor of Occupational Therapy (DrOT) program is completed in three semesters.
Note, the cost information for the entire program projections below are based on the 2020-21 tuition and fee rates. Students currently in their first year will see the cost for the second and third years of enrollment change to reflect the actual tuition and fee rates approved for that given year.
Second Year MSOT Students
Students will participate in two to three clinical affiliations off-campus. Many students complete these two full-time 12-week placements in the summer and fall. Students do have the option to complete their affiliations during the fall and spring semesters. The total affiliation fee for Occupational Therapy students is $6,150. You will be billed $3,075 for each of the two Affiliations required by the program.
Students will participate in two clinical affiliations off-campus. Many students complete these two full-time 12-week placements in the Summer 2022 and Fall 2022. The total affiliation fee for Occupational Therapy students is $6,150. You will be billed $3,075 for each of the two Affiliations required by the program.
14-week Capstone experience fee will be approximately $10,000 to begin Summer 2022 and conclude Spring 2023.
These cost estimates are based on 2021-22 rates, actual rates for the 2022-23 year have yet to be determined.
Financial aid available to graduate students is composed of federal loans and a limited number of departmental scholarships and fellowships.
Eligibility for need-based financial aid is based on demonstrated financial need. Financial need is defined as the difference between the total cost of attending Puget Sound and the amount you are expected to contribute as calculated by submitting the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The cost of attendance is the total cost of tuition billed by the university, plus a standard calculation for room and board allowance, books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses.
|Federal Direct Loan||$20,500|
Graduate PLUS Loan
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Private Education Loan
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