A fast-track 3+2 program is available for qualified undergraduate students. This program incorporates hand-on learning methods applied to the study of comprehensive rehabilitative, preventive, and wellness-oriented approaches designed to improve the lives of clients, families and communities in which they reside. This specialty 3+2 degree offers a bachelors degree in the study of health and occupation and upon successful completion in three years, the student is admitted to the Master in Occupational Therapy program. Students may apply to this degree with a 3.5 or greater GPA and a 26 or greater ACT score. If a students MATH ACT socre is 25 or less they must take TIRGONOMETRY. This is a very limited and controlled program for entrance into the Masters in Occupational Therapy Program (MOT). See details for the MOT program.
Choose 8 credit hours of general electives and 15 hours of select MOT courses. Once these graduate MOT courses are completed, your advisor will submit waivers to complete these undergraduate requirements.