Program Overview

Our Post-Baccalaureate Doctor of Occupational Therapy program is built on a foundation of 50 years of academic excellence promoting clinical leaders within the OT field. The program is designed to be completed in 3 full-time years (including summer sessions) for a total of 115 credits.

Our curriculum consists of 4 components organized in tiers:  

  • OT Foundations: Dynamic lectures and seminars focused on theoretical, philosophical and scientific foundations of practice
  • Professional Practice: Didactic component integrated with experiential learning in clinical and laboratory settings
  • Fieldwork or Clinicals: Two 12-week, full-time fieldwork experiences designed to prepare students for entry-level practice.
  • Doctoral Capstone: A 14-week doctoral capstone experience combined with a scholarly project that represents in-depth knowledge in occupational therapy.

Didactic coursework is delivered using a combination of face-to-face and online/hybrid learning.