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Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) Degree Courses / Curriculum

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Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT): Entry-level 3+2 Program (students without a bachelor’s degree)

Required Courses (69 credits)

Spring Semester I

  • OT 610 - Community Integration 3 cr
  • OT 635 - Professional Issues in OT 3 cr

Fall Semester I

  • OT 510 - Occupational Assess Neurological Cond 3 cr
  • OT 515 - Occ Adaptation for Neurologic Conditions 3 cr
  • OT 530 - Occ Assessment Across the Lifespan 3 cr
  • OT 535 - Occ Adaptation Across the Lifespan 3 cr

Winter Semester I

  • OT 500 - Critical Inquiry I 3 cr
  • OT 520 - Occ Assessment for Orthopedic Conditions 3 cr
  • OT 525 - Occ Adaptation for Orthopedic Conditions 3 cr
  • OT 528 - Lvl 1 Fieldwork for Physical Conditions 3 cr

Spring Semester II

  • OT 550 - Research Project Development 2 cr
  • OT 615 - Educational Process in OT 3 cr

Fall Semester II

  • OT 540 - Occ Assessment for Psychosocial Cond 3 cr
  • OT 545 - Occ Adaptation Psychosocial Conditions 3 cr
  • OT 548 - Lvl 1 Fieldwork Psychosocial Cond 3 cr
  • OT 600 - Critical Inquiry II 3 cr

Winter Semester II

  • OT 620 - Therapeutic Technologies 3 cr
  • OT 630 - Occupational Therapy Leadership 3 cr
  • OT 650 - Graduate Research Project 3 cr
  • OT 660 - Professional Role Transitions 3 cr

Spring/Summer Semester III

  • OT 670 - Level II Fieldwork Physical 5 cr

Fall Semester III

  • OT 675 - Level II Fieldwork Psychosocial 5 cr

Optional Courses

  • OT 570 - Advanced Internship 1-5 cr
  • OT 590 - Selected Topics in Occupational Therapy 1-5 cr

 

Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT): Entry-level (students with a bachelor’s degree)

Required Courses (77 credits)

Spring I

  • OT 610 - Community Integration 3 cr
  • OT 635 - Professional Issues in OT 3 cr

Summer Semester I

  • OT 555 - Introduction to Occupational Therapy 4 cr
  • OT 560 - Developmental Structure and Conditions 4 cr

Fall Semester I

  • OT 510 - Occupational Assess Neurological Cond 3 cr
  • OT 515 - Occ Adaptation for Neurologic Conditions 3 cr
  • OT 530 - Occ Assessment Across the Lifespan 3 cr
  • OT 535 - Occ Adaptation Across the Lifespan 3 cr

Winter Semester I

  • OT 500 - Critical Inquiry I 3 cr
  • OT 520 - Occ Assessment for Orthopedic Conditions 3 cr
  • OT 525 - Occ Adaptation for Orthopedic Conditions 3 cr
  • OT 528 - Lvl 1 Fieldwork for Physical Conditions 3 cr

Spring Semester II

  • OT 550 - Research Project Development 2 cr
  • OT 615 - Educational Process in OT 3 cr

Fall Semester II

  • OT 540 - Occ Assessment for Psychosocial Cond 3 cr
  • OT 545 - Occ Adaptation Psychosocial Conditions 3 cr
  • OT 548 - Lvl 1 Fieldwork Psychosocial Cond 3 cr
  • OT 600 - Critical Inquiry II 3 cr

Winter Semester II

  • OT 620 - Therapeutic Technologies 3 cr
  • OT 630 - Occupational Therapy Leadership 3 cr
  • OT 650 - Graduate Research Project 3 cr
  • OT 660 - Professional Role Transitions 3 cr

Spring/Summer Semester III

  • OT 670 - Level II Fieldwork Physical 5 cr

Fall  Semester III

  • OT 675 - Level II Fieldwork Psychosocial 5 cr

Optional Courses

  • OT 570 - Advanced Internship 1-5 cr
  • OT 590 - Selected Topics in Occupational Therapy 1-5 cr

 

Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) Post-Baccalaureate Occupational Therapy

Required Courses (35 credits)

  • OT 500 - Critical Inquiry I 3 cr
  • OT 550 - Research Project Development 2 cr
  • OT 600 - Critical Inquiry II 3 cr
  • OT 610 - Community Integration 3 cr
  • OT 615 - Educational Process in OT 3 cr
  • OT 620 - Therapeutic Technologies 3 cr
  • OT 630 - Occupational Therapy Leadership 3 cr
  • OT 635 - Professional Issues in OT 3 cr
  • OT 650 - Graduate Research Project 3 cr
  • Three cognate electives (9 cr)

 

 

CONTACT US.


Graduate Admissions
Wickes Hall 230
gradadm@svsu.edu
(989) 964-6096

Aricka Schweitzer, Graduate Program Coordinator
Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy

215 Bachand Hall
aabartle@svsu.edu
(989) 964-2930

Tanika Williams
Graduate Admissions Coordinator
gradadm@svsu.edu
(989) 461-2050