Department of Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science
Occupational Therapy Post-Professional Master's Program
This program is designed to prepare the graduate to
demonstrate leadership in the profession by assuming key roles in
clinical practice, research, education, or administration. Occupational
therapists' responsibilities in these roles are to assure high quality
services for client groups and to advance the practice of occupational
The Post-Professional Master's Degree Program for
Occupational Therapists consists of a total of 36 hours of required and
elective courses, with or without a thesis.
Post-Professional Degree Students must complete admission
prerequisite courses, the Master's Degree Prerequisite prior to
admission to the program. Once in the program, Post-Professional Degree
Students complete ONLY the required and elective Graduate Courses for
the Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy.
Application deadline: Admissions is made on an applicant by applicant
basis throughout the year.