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Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022

Occupational Therapy


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Masters in Occupational Therapy Curriculum


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Int. Cr. Spr. Cr. Sum. Cr.

First Year

                                              
 MAJOR  OT 120 - (FYOC,FYDT) Foundations of Occupational Therapy   3      
 MAJOR  OT 121 - Occupational Performance       3  
 COGNATE  BIOL 110/L- BIOL 111/L (E) Human Anatomy and Physiology   4   4  
 COGNATE  PHYS 120/PHYS 120L - (E) General Physics I       4  
 GE T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible   3      
 GE FYW  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition   3      
 GE PHIL  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy       3  
 GE S/BH  PSYC 110 - (S) Fundamentals of Psychology       3  
 GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 1        
    13   17  

Second Year

       
 MAJOR  OT 230 - Anatomy & Mechanics of Human Movement /OT 230L   3      
 MAJOR  OT 231 - Neuroanatomy of Function       3  
 MAJOR  OT 250 - (EPW) Scientific Writing and Information Literacy       3  
 COGNATE  PSYC 210 - (Q) Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences  OR EDUC 120 - (Q) Applied Statistics   3      
 COGNATE  PSYC 225 - (S) Abnormal Psychology       3  
 COGNATE  PSYC 226 - (S) Lifespan Development: Cognitive and Biological       3  
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Electives 3   3  
 GE S/BH  SOC 110 - (S) Introduction to Sociology   3      
 GET/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology   3      
 GE ELECT  FREE ELECT - Free Elective     3  
    15   18  

Third Year

       
 MAJOR  OT 320 - Children and Youth Practice I / OT 320L  —  OT 321 - Children and Youth Practice II / OT 321L   3   3  
 MAJOR  OT 322 - Mental Health in Occupational Therapy Practice / OT 322L       3  
 MAJOR  OT 340 - Promoting Health and Well-Being       3  
 MAJOR  OT 350 - (EPW) Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods   3      
 MAJOR  OT 380 - Occupational Therapy Level I Clinical - I: Pediatrics 2   1    
 MAJOR  OT 381 - Occupational Therapy Level I Clinical - II: Psychosocial Rehabilitation 2       1
 COGNATE  CHS 333 - (D) Multiculturalism in Counseling and Human Services  — CHS 341 - Group Dynamics   3   3  
 GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics   3      
 GE PHIL  PHIL 212 - (P) Medical Ethics PHIL 316 - (P) American Perspectives on Health-Care Ethics  PHIL 329 - (P) Advanced Topics in Biomedical Ethics , T/RS 226 - (P) Faith and Healing: God and Contemporary Medicine , OR T/RS 332 - (P,D,EPW) Theology and Disability       3  
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective 3      
    15 1 15 1

Fourth Year

       
 MAJOR  OT 420 - The Occupational Therapy Process in Physical Rehabilitation I /OT 420L   3      
 MAJOR  OT 421 - The Occupational Therapy Process in Physical Rehabilitation II /OT 421L       3  
 MAJOR  OT 422 - The Functional Upper Extremity /OT 422L   3      
 MAJOR  OT 423 - (D) Occupational Therapy Practice in Adulthood and Aging       3  
 MAJOR  OT 424 - Functional Visual Performance        3  
 MAJOR  OT 450 - Supervision and Management   3      
 MAJOR  OT 480 - Occupational Therapy Level I Clinical III: Physical Rehabilitation 2   1    
 MAJOR  OT 492 - Research and Scholarship I       2  
 GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT-Humanities Elective 3      
 GE ELECT  FREE ELECT - Free Electives 3   3  
    15 1 14  

Fifth Year

       
 MAJOR  OT 581 - OT Level II Fieldwork – I 3       6
 MAJOR  OT 520 - Advanced Occupational Performance I    3      
 MAJOR  OT 521 - Advanced Occupational Performance II       3  
 MAJOR  OT 526 - Neurocognitive and Neuromotor Challenges: Assessments & Interventions   3      
 MAJOR  OT 525 - Occupational Therapy in Community Settings       3  
 MAJOR  OT 530 - Topics in Occupational Therapy I   1      
 MAJOR  OT 531 - Topics in Occupational Therapy II       1  
 MAJOR  OT 542 - Understanding Disability and the Therapeutic Relationship   3      
 MAJOR  OT 544 - Leadership Principles, Ethics and Pragmatics       3  
 MAJOR  OT 550 - Graduate Seminar in Theory   3      
 MAJOR  OT 592 - Research and Scholarship II   2      
 MAJOR  OT 593 - Research and Scholarship III       2  
    15   12 6

Sixth Year (Summer)

       
 MAJOR  OT 582 - OT Level II Fieldwork – II 3       6
          6
 

Total Credits: 164
(Undergrad: 125; Grad: 39)

 1The selection of First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill the requirements for both First Year Seminar4 and General Education. Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the Total Credits for the Semester. Talk to your advisor if you have questions.

2OT Level I Clinical I, II and III are each a minimum 40-hour and are completed in pediatric, mental health, and physical rehabilitation.

3Level II Fieldwork I and II are required 12-week clinical rotations that are completed on a full-time basis in different practice areas including physical rehabilitation, mental health, pediatrics, hand therapy, and community-based settings.

Doctorate in Occupational Therapy Curriculum


   Department and Number - Descriptive Title of Course Fall Cr. Int.
Cr.
Spr. Cr. Sum. Cr.

First Year

                                              
 MAJOR  OT 120 - (FYOC,FYDT) Foundations of Occupational Therapy   3      
 MAJOR  OT 121 - Occupational Performance       3  
 COGNATE  BIOL 110/L- BIOL 111/L (E) Human Anatomy and Physiology   4   4  
 COGNATE  PHYS 120/PHYS 120L - (E) General Physics I       4  
 GE T/RS  T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible   3      
 GE FYW  WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition   3      
 GE PHIL  PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy       3  
 GE S/BH  PSYC 110 - (S) Fundamentals of Psychology       3  
GE FSEM  First Year Seminar 1        
    13   17  

Second Year

       
MAJOR  OT 230 - Anatomy & Mechanics of Human Movement /OT 230L   3      
MAJOR  OT 231 - Neuroanatomy of Function       3  
MAJOR  OT 250 - (EPW) Scientific Writing and Information Literacy       3  
COGNATE  PSYC 210 - (Q) Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences  OR EDUC 120 - (Q) Applied Statistics   3      
COGNATE  PSYC 225 - (S) Abnormal Psychology       3  
COGNATE  PSYC 226 - (S) Lifespan Development: Cognitive and Biological       3  
GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Electives 3   3  
GE S/BH  SOC 110 - (S) Introduction to Sociology   3      
GET/RS  T/RS 122 - (P) Theology II: Introduction to Christian Theology   3      
GE ELECT  FREE ELECT - Free Elective     3  
    15   18  

Third Year

       
MAJOR  OT 320 - Children and Youth Practice I / OT 320L  — OT 321 - Children and Youth Practice II / OT 321L   3   3  
MAJOR  OT 322 - Mental Health in Occupational Therapy Practice / OT 322L       3  
MAJOR  OT 340 - Promoting Health and Well-Being       3  
MAJOR  OT 350 - (EPW) Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods   3      
MAJOR  OT 380 - Occupational Therapy Level I Clinical - I: Pediatrics 2   1    
MAJOR  OT 381 - Occupational Therapy Level I Clinical - II: Psychosocial Rehabilitation 2       1
COGNATE  CHS 333 - (D) Multiculturalism in Counseling and Human Services  — CHS 341 - Group Dynamics   3   3  
GE PHIL  PHIL 210 - Ethics   3      
GE PHIL  PHIL 212 - (P) Medical Ethics PHIL 316 - (P) American Perspectives on Health-Care Ethics PHIL 329 - (P) Advanced Topics in Biomedical Ethics , T/RS 226 - (P) Faith and Healing: God and Contemporary Medicine , OR T/RS 332 - (P,D,EPW) Theology and Disability       3  
GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT - Humanities Elective 3      
    15 1 15 1

Fourth Year

       
MAJOR  OT 420 - The Occupational Therapy Process in Physical Rehabilitation I /OT 420L   3      
MAJOR  OT 421 - The Occupational Therapy Process in Physical Rehabilitation II /OT 421L       3  
MAJOR  OT 422 - The Functional Upper Extremity /OT 422L   3      
MAJOR  OT 423 - (D) Occupational Therapy Practice in Adulthood and Aging       3  
MAJOR  OT 424 - Functional Visual Performance        3  
MAJOR  OT 450 - Supervision and Management   3      
MAJOR  OT 480 - Occupational Therapy Level I Clinical III: Physical Rehabilitation 2   1    
MAJOR  OT 491 - Research and Scholarship I OTD   2      
MAJOR  OT 493 - Research and Scholarship II OTD       2  
GE HUMN  HUMN ELECT-Humanities Elective 3      
GE ELECT  FREE ELECT - Free Electives 3   3  
    17 1 14  

Fifth Year

       
MAJOR  OT 581 - OT Level II Fieldwork – I 3       6
MAJOR  OT 520 - Advanced Occupational Performance I    3      
MAJOR  OT 521 - Advanced Occupational Performance II       3  
MAJOR  OT 526 - Neurocognitive and Neuromotor Challenges: Assessments & Interventions   3      
MAJOR  OT 525 - Occupational Therapy in Community Settings       3  
MAJOR  OT 530 - Topics in Occupational Therapy I   1      
MAJOR  OT 531 - Topics in Occupational Therapy II       1  
MAJOR  OT 542 - Understanding Disability and the Therapeutic Relationship   3      
MAJOR  OT 550 - Graduate Seminar in Theory   3      
MAJOR  OT 701 - Doctoral Capstone I   3      
MAJOR  OT 702 - Doctoral Capstone II       3  
    16   10 6

Sixth Year

       
MAJOR OT 582 - OT Level II Fieldwork – II 3       6
MAJOR OT 703 - Doctoral Capstone III   2      
MAJOR OT 744 - Advanced Leadership Principles, Ethics and Pragmatics   3      
MAJOR OT 750 - Advanced Assessment Across the Lifespan   3      
MAJOR OT 730 - Topics in Occupational Therapy III   1      
MAJOR OT 780 - Capstone Experience       6  
    9   6 6
 

Total Credits: 180
(Undergrad: 127; Grad: 53)

 1The selection of First Year Seminar is likely to fulfill the requirements for both First Year Seminar4 and General Education. Thus, the First Year Seminar will not add to the Total Credits for the Semester. Talk to your advisor if you have questions.

2OT Level I Clinical I, II and III are each a minimum 40-hour and are completed in pediatric, mental health, and physical rehabilitation.

3Level II Fieldwork I and II are required 12-week clinical rotations that are completed on a full-time basis in different practice areas including physical rehabilitation, mental health, pediatrics, hand therapy, and community-based settings.

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