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Doctor of Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapists work in a broad range of practice areas including children and youth, health and wellness, rehab and disability, mental health, work and industry, and productive aging. Occupational therapists use everyday activities for therapeutic purposes to help clients achieve their goals for everyday function. The program’s specialized curriculum prepares its graduates as transformative, culturally competent, life-long learners demonstrating excellence in leadership, ethics, practice, and scholarship to promote full participation in meaningful occupations, health and wellness for individuals, groups and populations.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 15, 2019 for a fall-term cohort that begins in August 2019.
Scholarships or financial aid are available to qualifying students.