Required Courses (98 Hours)

BIOL 7706 Physiology of Disease I (3)
BIOL 7707 Physiology of Disease Lab I (1)
BIOL 7716 Physiology of Disease II (4)
OCCT 6601 Gross Anatomy I (3)
OCCT 6602 Gross Anatomy I Lab (1)
OCCT 6611 Gross Anatomy II (3)
OCCT 6612 Gross Anatomy II Lab (1)
OCCT 6626 Neuroscience (4)
OCCT 6710 Ethics, Policy, and Leadership in Occupational Therapy (3)
OCCT 6720 Occupational Therapy Process (3)
OCCT 6730 Theories of Occupation (3)
OCCT 7000 Seminar in Occupational Therapy (2)
OCCT 7210 Level I Fieldwork A (1)
OCCT 7220 Level I Fieldwork B (1)
OCCT 7230 Level I Fieldwork C (1)
OCCT 7705 Movement Analysis I Lab (1)
OCCT 7716 Movement Analysis II Lab (1)
OCCT 7740 Psychosocial Knowledge (3)
OCCT 7742 Psychosocial Knowledge Lab (1)
OCCT 7750 Human Development and Performance I (3)
OCCT 7760 Human Development and Performance II (3)
OCCT 7780 Models of Health (3)
OCCT 7790 Research Methods for Occupational Therapy (3)
OCCT 7810 Occupational Therapy Assessment & Intervention I (3)
OCCT 7811 Occupational Therapy Assessment & Intervention Lab I (1)
OCCT 7820 Occupational Therapy Assessment & Intervention II (3)
OCCT 7821 Occupational Therapy Assessment & Intervention Lab II (1)
OCCT 7830 Assistive Technology Method and Tools (3)
OCCT 7835 Methods and Tools for Promoting Performance (2)
OCCT 7836 Advanced Assistive Technology (optional) (4)
OCCT 7840 Managing Occupational Therapy Services (3)
OCCT 7850 Exploring Interdisciplinary Team Process and Leadership (3)
OCCT 8900 Independent Research Study (1-8)
OCCT 8910 * Occupational Therapy Level II Fieldwork A (10)
OCCT 8920 * Occupational Therapy Level II Fieldwork B (10)
OCCT 8930 Occupational Therapy Specialty Fieldwork (optional) (5)
PHYT 6705 Movement Analysis I (2)
PHYT 6715 Movement Analysis II (2)
*All Occupational Therapy students must complete Level II fieldwork within 24 months
following completion of academic preparation.
 

 For complete information regarding degree requirements for the Master of Occupational Therapy,please see the GSU 2013-2014 Catalog.

If you’re interested in pursuing the Master of Occupational Therapy degree, contact us today. We can walk you through the steps to admission, explain how you can meet the program prerequisites, and tell you what you can expect to experience if you’re accepted into the program.

To talk to an MOT advisor, contact Patricia Kalvelage, MS, OTR/L by email at pkalvelage@govst.edu.