Master of Occupational Therapy Track (MOT)

For OTAs with a bachelor’s degree. Enrollment must be full-time.

Fall Course # Credit Hours
BIO 510** Advanced Applications of Human Anatomy & Physiology 3
BIO 520** Functional Kinesiology 3
IHS 501** Applied Statistics and Research Methods 3
OCT 510** Foundations for Occupational Therapy 3
TOTAL 12
Spring Course # Credit Hours
BIO 530** Pathophysiology 3
BIO 540** Fundamentals in Neuroscience 3
OCT 520** Occupation Development through the Lifespan 3
OCT 530** Occupational Therapy in Health Care 3
TOTAL 12
Summer Course # Credit Hours
OCT 610** OT Assessment & Interventions for Pediatrics through Adolescence 4
OCT 620** OT Services for Pediatrics through Adolescence 3
OCT 650** Therapeutic Adaptations in Occupational Therapy 3
OCT 615** Level I Fieldwork #1 1
TOTAL 11
Fall Course # Credit Hours
OCT 630** OT Assessment & Interventions for Adults through Geriatrics 4
OCT 640** OT& Services for Adults through Geriatrics 3
OCT 670** Therapeutic Modalities in OT 3
OCT 660** MOT Capstone I 1
OCT 645** Level I Fieldwork #2 1
TOTAL 12
Spring Course # Credit Hours
OCT 680** MOT Capstone II 1
OCT 685** Level II Fieldwork #1+ 11
TOTAL 12
Summer Course # Credit Hours
OCT 695** Level II Fieldwork #2+ 11
TOTAL 11
Total Degree Hours 70

* General Education Course
** Major Course
+Students must complete Level II Fieldwork within 24 months following completion of the didactic portion of the program.

Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Health Studies/Master of Occupational Therapy Track

For OTAs holding only an associate’s degree in OTA. Enrollment in the first two semesters can be full-time or part-time; subsequent semesters must be full-time.

Fall Course # Undergraduate Level Bachelor’s Degree Credit Hours
COM 301* Communications, Culture, and the Community 3
ENG 302* Professional Research and Reporting 3
HSL 300** Introduction to Health Services Organizations 3
MAT 201* Introductory Statistics 3
TOTAL 12
Spring Course # Credit Hours
BUS 310 Introduction to Accounting and Financial Mgmt. 3
HSL 410** Legal and Ethical Issues in Contemporary Society 3
HSL 300/400** Health Services Leadership (HSL) Elective 3
IHS 405** Critical Thinking 3
SOC 313* Issues in Diversity
TOTAL 15
Fall Course # Credit Hours
BIO 510** Advanced Applications of Human Anatomy& Physiology 3
BIO 520** Functional Kinesiology 3
IHS 501* Applied Statistics and Research Methods 3
OCT 510** Foundations for Occupational Therapy 3
TOTAL 11
Spring Course # Credit Hours
BIO 530** Pathophysiology 3
BIO 540** Fundamentals in Neuroscience 3
OCT 520** Occupation Development through the Lifespan 3
OCT 530** Occupational Therapy in Health Care 3
TOTAL 12
Bachelor Completion Total 51
Associate Degree Credits 69
Total Degree Hours 120
Summer Course # Graduate Level Master’s Degree Credit Hours
OCT 610** OT Assessment & Interventions for Pediatrics through Adolescence 4
OCT 620** OT Services for Pediatrics through Adolescence 3
OCT 650** Therapeutic Adaptations in Occupational Therapy 3
OCT 615** Level I Fieldwork #1 1
TOTAL 11
Fall Course # Credit Hours
OCT 630** OT Assessment & Interventions for Adults through Geriatrics 4
OCT 640** OT Services for Adults through Geriatrics 3
OCT 670** Therapeutic Modalities in OT 3
OCT 660** MOT Capstone I 1
OCT 645** Level I Fieldwork #2 1
TOTAL 12
Spring Course # Credit Hours
OCT 680** MOT Capstone II 1
OCT 685** Level II Fieldwork #1+ 11
TOTAL 12
Summer Course # Credit Hours
OCT 695** Level II Fieldwork #2+ 11
TOTAL 11
Total Master's Degree Hours 46

* General Education Course
** Major Course
+Students must complete Level II Fieldwork within 24 months following completion of the didactic portion of the program.
Major Electives:
HSL 303 Health Services Supervision
HSL 350 Leadership in the Health Service Industry
HSL 400 Organizational Dynamics and Communication

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