Waldron College of Health and Human Services
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- Waldron College of Health and Human Services
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- Other Offices and Departments
- Nursing: Pre-License
- Emergency Services
- Physical Therapy Assistant
- Nursing: Accelerated Pre-License
- Surgical Technology
- Public Health
- Healthcare Administration
- Respiratory Therapy
- Occupational Therapy Assistant
- Center for Interprofessional Education and Practice
- Health Sciences
- Nursing: Post-Licensure
- Department of Occupational Therapy
- School of Nursing
- Clinical Simulation Center
- Applied Physiology Laboratory
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
- School of Social Work
- Doctor of Nursing Practice
Choose Your Program. Make a Difference.
We offer three occupational therapy degree programs and invite you to learn about which program may best fits your needs. Our Occupational Therapy Assistant and Master of Occupational Therapy degree programs are entry-level degrees for students interested in entering the profession of Occupational Therapy at either the Associate (OTA) or Master (OT) level degree. These two degree programs are offered in a traditional face-to-face, on campus format and are designed for students who have no previous degree in Occupational Therapy. We also offer a Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) degree for current occupational therapy practitioners interested in pursuing a doctoral degree. This degree program is offered entirely online and is convenient for working professionals.
Client-centered intervention is the core of the Occupational Therapy Assistant program. Students learn how to assist clients to return to participating in the activities that matter the most to them.
The Master of Occupational Therapy program offers students opportunities to present, learn and network with faculty and students across the university in other disciplines.
The 8-semester Doctor of Occupational Therapy program is 100% online and is designed for working professionals!