Occupational Science (OSC)
OSC 742 ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF OCCUPATIONAL SCIENCE (3)
Examination of the historical perspective of occupational science and occupational engagement. Prerequisite: OCTH 611. Consent of department.
OSC 744 PARTICIPATION AND QUALITY OF LIFE OF PEOPLE IN THEIR CONTEXT (3)
Examination of theories and research for analyzing the occupations and quality of life of people within their socio-cultural context. Prerequisite: consent of department.
OSC 746 PARTICIPATION AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN COMMUNITIES AND POPULATIONS (3)
Examination of participation and quality of life of communities and populations from an occupational science perspective. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor.
OSC 770 SPECIAL TOPICS IN OCCUPATIONAL SCIENCE (1-6)
Explore topics of special interest in occupational science theory and research.
Prerequisite: Consent of Post-Professional Program Director.
OSC 890 QUALITATIVE RESEARCH: OCCUPATION AND LIFE NARRATIVE (3)
OSC 891 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN OCCUPATIONAL SCIENCE (1-6)
In depth investigation and development of scholarly product. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units. Prerequisite: consent of post professional program director.
OSC 892 DIRECTED READINGS IN OCCUPATIONAL SCIENCE (3)
Readings in selected topic in occupational science. May be repeated for additional credit for a maximum of 6 units. Prerequisites: At least one 700 level OSC course and consent of post professional director.
OSC 895 APPLIED PROJECT; EVERYDAY LIFE AND DIMENSIONS OF OCCUPATION (3)
Design and implementation of an applied research project in occupation that has the potential to be developed into a dissertation topic. Prerequisites: OSC 742, 744, 746, 890, and other 700 or above quantitative statistics course. Majors only, permit required.
OSC 997 OSC DISSERTATION (1-9)
Design, implementation and documentation of focused study of applied occupation in community systems. Will be repeated for a maximum of 12 total credits. Permit required. Prerequisite: OSC Applied Project.
OSC 999 DISSERTATION CONTINUUM (1)
Continuing work toward the completion of the dissertation. Permit required. S/U Grading.