UC Graduate Program Offers Flexible Weekend Option for Aspiring OTs
A flexible option from Utica College allows career changers and Occupational Therapy Assistants with bachelor degrees to earn an M.S. degree in fewer than five semesters, with day or weekend classes available. The program is among the most accelerated OT master’s curriculums in the Northeast.
The program was designed for current Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTAs) and those with bachelor degrees who want to enter the fast-growing OT field. Upon successful completion of the program and the national certification exam (NBCOT), graduates will hold the Occupational Therapist Registered (OTR) title. Utica College’s current pass rate for the NBCOT exam is 95 percent.
“The flexible schedule is ideal for aspiring OTRs who want to keep their current jobs while attending graduate school,” says John Rowe, Executive Director of Graduate Admissions.
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