Occupational therapy is the art and science of facilitating human participation in occupation (i.e., self-care, leisure and work tasks) to restore, reinforce and enhance performance, facilitate learning of skills and functions essential for adaptation and productivity, diminish pathology, and promote health. Occupational therapists use self-care, work, homemaking, play and leisure activities as therapeutic occupations.
The Department of Occupational Therapy and Occupational Science offers the following programs:
If you do not have a degree in Occupational Therapy and are looking to enter the profession with a master's degree, please explore our Occupational Therapy Master's Degree program.
If you do not have a degree in Occupational Therapy and are looking to enter the profession with advanced leadership skills and experiences, please explore our Entry-Level Occupational Therapy Doctorate program.
If you are currently a licensed Occupational Therapist with a master’s degree, earn your Doctorate in our part time, online Post-Professional Doctorate program for practicing clinicians.
Individuals who hold a master's degree in Occupational Therapy or a related field may be eligible to apply to our Doctoral Program in Occupational Science.