Major in Occupation and Well-Being

The Department is no longer admitting students to this program. The program requirements can be seen within the 2018-2019 catalog. 

Starting in the Fall of 2019, only those who have completed a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and all required prerequisites will be considered for graduate admission to the entry-level occupational therapy programs. 

  1. Students will demonstrate competency in using databases, search engines, and presentation software to access and properly display evidence of analysis and critique of literature related to occupational therapy philosophy, theory, and practice.
  2. BS graduates will demonstrate readiness for graduate school and fieldwork.
  3. Recent BS graduates' performance on the OTKE examination will meet or exceed the national average score.