Curriculum

Year One

Fall

  • Evolving Professional Seminar
  • Foundations for Practice
  • Functional Anatomy
  • Occupational Competence
  • Clinical Skills A

Spring

  • Assistive Technology Design
  • Introduction to Evaluation
  • Applied Neuroanatomy
  • Clinical Skills B
  • Interpersonal Relations and Groups
  • Clinical Skills C

Summer

  • Evidence-Based Practice
  • Older Adults: Enabling Participation
  • Psychosocial Interventions
  • Level I Fieldwork A (32-40 hours)
Year Two

Fall

  • Assessment and Intervention: Adults
  • Level I Fieldwork B (32-40 hours)
  • Children & Youth A
  • Environmental Dimensions of Occupation

Spring

  • Children and Youth B
  • Level I Fieldwork C (32-40 hours)
  • Critical Inquiry I
  • Professional Issues and Trends
  • Innovative Practice in Occupational Therapy

Summer

Classes conducted in 6-week intensive schedule including Thursdays

  • Critical Inquiry II
  • Specialty Practice: Upper Extremity Rehab
  • Mastery
Fieldwork

24 Weeks Full-Time Clinical Fieldwork (complete Track A or B)
(begins after successful completion of didactic coursework)

Track A July-December

  • Level II Fieldwork A
  • Level II Fieldwork B

Track B September-March

  • Level II Fieldwork A
  • Level II Fieldwork B

Total Credit Hours: 72

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