Program Director: Dr. Michelle Sheperd
The professional (entry-level) Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) program provides students with a diverse experiential curriculum that challenges them to develop the professional knowledge, leadership and ethical behaviors necessary to be purposeful and competent practitioners. This educational process, grounded in the college's liberal arts tradition, prepares students to collaborate inter-professionally within their communities. The degree links education, research and practice; enabling students to grow throughout their career while providing occupation-based services to clients across the lifespan.
The MOT program follows many policies listed in the Admission and Academic Regulations sections. However, there are some policies specific to MOT. In order to view MOT specific policies, see the Master of Occupational Therapy Admission Requirements and the Master of Occupational Therapy Academic Regulations .
Master of Occupational Therapy