The Department of Occupational Therapy offers innovative graduate programs for students interested in becoming occupational therapists or those seeking to advance his or her existing occupational therapy careers. These programs incorporate hands-on learning methods applied to the study of comprehensive rehabilitative, preventive, and wellness-oriented approaches designed to improve the lives of clients, families and communities they reside in. Entry-level Occupational Therapy professional program students apply with a broad range of social and science bachelorette degree backgrounds, and a fast track 3:2 program is available for qualified undergraduate students. Post-professional Occupational Therapists seek advanced training and degrees based on early, mid-career or established professional experiences.
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