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Master of Science in Occupational Therapy


Academic Requirements

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First Year
Fall Semester
  OCT 505 – Theoretical Basis of Occupational Therapy (3)
  OCT 506 – Human Occupations (3)
  OCT 525 – Introduction to Tranformative Learning (1)
  OCT 526 - Case-Informed Discussion (2)
  OCT 551 – Community I (1)
  OCT 553 – Fieldwork Level IA (1)
  OCT 571 – Occupational Performance: Adolescents and
                  Young Adults (4)
  OCT 573 - Foundations of Occupational Therapy Practice (2)

Spring Semester
  OCT 521 - Professional Writing I (1)
  OCT 527 - Case-Informed Discussion Adults (2)
  OCT 548 - Research Foundations (1)
  OCT 652 – Community II (1) (renumbering in progress)
  OCT 549 – Research Seminar I (2)
  OCT 561 – Professional Roles: Development (3)
  OCT 572 – Occupational Performance: Adults (4)

Second Year
Summer Semester
  OCT 654 – Fieldwork Level II A (6)

Fall Semester
  OCT 601 – Occupational Performance: Children (4)
  OCT 604 - Case-Informed Discussion: Children  (2)
  OCT 606 – Professional Writing II (2)
  OCT 633 – Fieldwork Level I B (1)
  OCT 648 - Research Analysis and Integration (1)
  OCT 649 – Research Seminar II (2)  
  OCT 655 – Community III (1)
  OCT 662 – Professional Roles: Advanced (4)
 
Spring Semester
  OCT 602 – Synthesis: Occupation-based Practice
                  with Children (2)
  OCT 615 – Synthesis: Theory to Practice (2)
  OCT 636 – Occupational Therapy Administration (2)
  OCT 656 – Fieldwork Level II B (6)
  OCT 657 – Fieldwork Level II C (0-4 credits) optional
  OCT 668 - Research Dissemination (1)
  OCT 669 – Research Seminar III (3)

Total Credit Hours: 69