M.S. in Occupational Therapy


Upon completion of the Occupational Therapy program, graduates will:
  1. Demonstrate their understanding of the central focus on occupation as a means and end of occupation therapy.
  2. Demonstrate critical thinking as a basis for clinical reasoning, reflective practice, and the synthesis of research and practice.
  3. Demonstrate ethical decision making congruent with the profession's ethical principles.
  4. Demonstrate respect for self, community, and the environment while engaging in peaceful interactions both in and out of the classroom, celebrating diversity, and providing service to others.
  5. Demonstrate competency in the roles and activities required of a highly effective entry-level occupational therapist.


John Johnsen
Acting Provost

(315) 792-3122
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