Post-Baccalaureate MOT Program Curriculum
In addition to our DrOT program, we continue to offer the MOT program to post-baccalaureate students (the MOT program is no longer offered for direct entry BS/MOT students). The post-baccalaureate MOT curriculum is typically completed within 2 ½ years of full time study (including summers).
The following is a typical curriculum for post-baccalaureate MOT students entering University of the Sciences in Summer 2015; other students should refer to their advisor for their curricula.
Overview of Occupational Therapy Practice
Human Development and Performance
Introduction to Clinical Skills
Theories of Occupational Therapy
Fieldwork Level Ia: Application of Clinical Skills
Human Occupation: Concepts and Practices
Evaluation and Assessment in Occupational Therapy
Clinical Application of Teaching and Learning
Fieldwork Level Ib: Community Service Learning
Introduction of Applied Research Methods
Occupational Therapy Interventions I: Contextual Approaches
Fieldwork Level 1c: Community Living Client
Occupational Therapy Electives or Independent Study
Clinical Management and Supervision
Occupational Therapy Interventions II, III: Developmental and Psychosocial Issues
Applied Research II, III
Fieldwork Level Id: Clinical Fieldwork I
Fieldwork Level Ie: Clinical Fieldwork II
Occupational Therapy Interventions IV, V, VI: Cognitive Issues, Rehabilitation Approaches, and Assistive Technology
Occupational Therapy: Past, Present, and Future
Evidence-Based Decision Making and the Fieldwork Experience
Fieldwork Level IIa
Clinical Reasoning and Professional Development
Fieldwork Level IIb
Additional courses may be required as part of the program.
For detailed course descriptions and other information about the occupational therapy curriculum, see the University catalog.