Occupational Therapy, Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT)

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Required Courses
OCTH 501SAPPLIED HUMAN ANATOMY FOR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY4
OCTH 502SCLINICAL KINESIOLOGY AND BIOMECHANICS3
OCTH 503SAPPLIED NEUROLOGY FOR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 3
OCTH 504SOCCUPATIONAL THERAPY THEORY AND FOUNDATIONS 4
OCTH 505SIMPACT OF HUMAN DISEASE ON OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE 1
OCTH 506SPRACTICE SKILLS AND ETHICS1
OCTH 507SACTIVITY ANALYSIS1
OCTH 508SOCCUPATIONAL SYNTHESIS3
OCTH 510SGROUP PROCESS3
OCTH 512SFIELDWORK SEMINAR1
OCTH 520SPRINCIPLES OF EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE1
OCTH 522SRESEARCH METHODS IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY3
OCTH 523SASSESSMENTAND EVALUATION OF OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE 3
OCTH 530SOCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND MENTAL HEALTH4
OCTH 531SOCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND ADULTS4
OCTH 532SOCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE AND PEDIATRICS4
OCTH 540SHEALTH AND WELLNESS 3
OCTH 541STECHNOLOGIES FOR ENABLING OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE3
OCTH 542SLEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PRACTICE3
OCTH 543SEMERGING PRACTICE3
OCTH 595SCLINICAL FIELDWORK I (must be repeated for a total of 4 credits.)4
OCTH 601SPROFESSIONAL PROJECT I3
OCTH 602SPROFESSIONAL PROJECT II3
OCTH 695SCLINICAL FIELDWORK LEVEL II (this 8 credit course must be repeated twice for a total of 16 credits.)16
Total Credits81
 
 
 

Student Learning Outcomes—students will

  • demonstrate knowledge and skills for client-centered occupation-based evaluation and intervention to promote full societal participation of clients;
  • understand and apply evidence-based strategies to inform professional practice;
  • describe and apply values and ethics represented in the AOTA's official documents;
  • demonstrate leadership and research skills for promoting and advancing the profession;
  • demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning by maintaining currency in professional practice.