Few things are more rewarding than helping someone overcome a health challenge and get back to living their best life. Occupational therapists do that every day.

If you’re a practicing occupational therapy assistant, with or without a bachelor’s degree, we have a track to help you become a licensed occupational therapist, directing the treatment and care of patients with a variety of needs.

Program Highlights

  • For OTAs with a prior bachelor's degree
  • Two years (including summers)
  • Hybrid format (combination of online and on campus)
  • Must be enrolled full time
  • Start in fall semester only

Master Of Occupational Therapy degree (MOT): For occupational therapy assistants with a bachelor’s degree:

  • Hybrid program with online classes plus on-campus classwork and fieldwork every third weekend
  • Fieldwork can often be arranged near student’s preferred location.

Combined Bachelor’s Degree And MOT: Enables OTAs to get a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary
Health Studies and transition directly into the master’s degree program:

  • One of the only OTA-to-OT bridge programs in the region
  • Online for the first 27 credits (full- or part-time); subsequent courses are hybrid and students must be enrolled full time