Make a bigger difference. Prepare for a rewarding career.
Occupational therapists change lives every day by helping people learn to live independently. Earning a Master of Occupational Therapy degree will prepare you to help patients at an even higher level.
The Masters of Occupational Therapy program at Baker College is designed to help students hone their research skills and develop treatment choices for patients in an interactive environment. Through problem-based case management, debate, and discussion, students learn to apply research, theory, logic, and reasoning to help their patients in the best possible way.
A criminal conviction may make you ineligible to sit for the national certification examination, qualification for state license, specific employment opportunities, and placement at Level I and Level II clinical sites. All students must submit to a background check and possible fingerprinting.