The Department of Occupational Therapy and Community Health offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health as well as a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy.
The Bachelor of Science in Community Health degree is designed to prepare students for various careers in servicing the health and wellness needs of individuals, groups and communities.
The M.S. in Occupational Therapy (4 academic semesters and 24 weeks of clinical internship) prepares graduates to practice as generalists in the profession of occupational therapy. It requires students to obtain and utilize a broad liberal arts education prior to entry into the professional program. It prepares students to function in a wide variety of settings utilizing the principles and intervention approaches related to occupation, and to supervise occupational therapy support personnel.
For further information on a career in occupational therapy or another health profession, visit: www.ExploreHealthCareers.org