Build your occupational therapy skills through interactive learning.
The delivery of the Occupational Therapy program at the graduate level revolves around instructors facilitating learning through problem-based case management. Students in the MSOT program will be required to utilize theory, logic, clinical reasoning, and pragmatic skills in an interactive learning environment. It is expected that students will participate in discussion, debate, and develop treatment choices based on sound research and theoretical assumptions.
The Occupational Therapy curriculum emphasizes mastery of skills required for entry-level practice. The curriculum is designed so that graduates can review, understand, conduct, and interpret research activities. Evidence-based practice initiatives make it essential that practitioner's research skills are well developed.
A felony conviction may affect a graduate’s ability to sit for the NBCOT examination or attain state licensure.
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