Master of Science in Occupational Therapy

To earn a master's, you will need to participate in supervised fieldwork in both traditional and non-traditional settings, including general and psychiatric hospitals, rehabilitation centers, intermediate care facilities, nursing homes, individual’s homes, school systems, community centers and agencies, and private practice. After you earn your degree, you can take the national certification exam to become a licensed occupational therapist.

Prerequisites for Admission to Graduate Program

1.  General biology and lab
2.  Human growth and development or lifespan class
3.  Fundamentals of chemistry
4.  College physics and lab or kinesiology
5.  Anatomy and physiology I and II
6.  Introduction to psychology
7.  Abnormal psychology
8.  Research

Application process to Occupational Therapy Program Here.

*Criminal Background Checks Mandatory Post Admission; Evidence of certain criminal offenses and/or providing false information may result in inability to matriculate through the program or sit for your national board exam.




Academic Learning Compact & MSOT Cirriculum