Pre-Occupational Therapy

Are you looking for a career that allows you to help individuals maximize their participation in life engaging in the activities that are meaningful and promote health and well-being? Take the first step now to enter Towson’s combined B.S./M.S. program in occupational therapy.

pre-occupational therapy

To ensure you are fully prepared to begin your occupational therapy courses, you must complete several requirements. When you apply to Towson, you must declare your major as “pre-occupational therapy” so that you are assigned to the correct adviser. You also must fill out a supplemental application and complete a series of prerequisites with a B grade, including:
• Biology for the Health Professions or Cellular Biology or Human Anatomy and Physiology
• Writing for a Liberal Education
• Introduction to Psychology
• Introduction to Sociology

Your Pre-OT year will be considered the first year of the combined B.S./M.S. program in occupational therapy. If you are accepted into the program, you will begin occupational therapy courses in the fall semester of your second year of coursework.

Please note: Declaring the major and completing first-year courses does not guarantee admission into the Occupational Therapy program.

View all degree requirements. To learn more about specific program offerings, see the Student Handbook.

If you have questions about applying to Towson University's occupational therapy programs or if you would like to schedule a meeting, please contact:

Admissions and Recruitment Coordinator
Towson University