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Occupational Therapy Courses (Graduate)


OT 101 Introduction to Occupational Studies of Wellness/Disability
Introduction to occupational therapy history, philosophy, wellness/disability continuum, contexts, occupations, occupational performance, professionalization and clinical reasoning.
3 credits

OT 102 Occupational Studies of Wellness/Disability Groups
Exploration of professional themes: philosophy, wellness/disability continuum using groups, occupational performance and activity, professionalization and clinical reasoning.
3 credits

OT 203 Occupational Therapy Theories
Investigation of theories basic to occupational therapy, related to occupation, individual and context. Includes current and developing models of practice.
3 credits

OT 211 Kinesiology Lab
Opportunities to develop skills that apply kinesiology to occupational therapy practice.
1 credit

OT 301 Psychosocial Wellness/Disability
Concurrent with OT 302 and OT 304
Historical themes of the profession, wellness/illness/disability continuum, occupation and context as it applies to psychosocial performance in life roles.
2 credits

OT 302 Psychosocial Therapeutic Approaches
Occupational performance and context, professionalization, and clinical reasoning will be applied to practice models when addressing psychosocial health and illness.
2 credits

OT 304 Psychosocial Therapeutic Approaches Lab
Directed observation and participation in the clinical application of theories and methods of occupational therapy intervention with psychosocial disorders. Includes Fieldwork I.
2 credits

OT 312 Physiological Wellness/ Disability
Concurrent with OT 313 and OT 318
Historical themes of the profession, wellness/illness/disability continuum, occupation and context as it applies to physiological performance in life roles.
2 credits

OT 313 Physiological Therapeutic Approaches
Occupational performance and context, professionalization, and clinical reasoning will be applied to practice models when addressing physiological health and illness.
2 credits

OT 317 Research I
Prerequisite: MA 150 or PS 275
Course examines measurement issues, concerns and tools; and why and how to use evidence in practice.
3 credits

OT 318 Physiological Therapeutic Approaches Lab
Directed observation and participation in the clinical application of theories and methods of occupational therapy intervention with physiological disorders. Includes Fieldwork I.
2 credits

OT 401 Occupational Performance & Context for Elders
Concurrent with OT 402, OT 403 and OT 404
The wellness/illness/disability continuum will be applied to occupational performance in life roles for the geriatric population.
2 credits

OT 402 Therapeutic Approaches for Elders
Occupational therapy strategies for elders across the wellness/illness/disability continuum with emphasis on occupational performance/context and clinical reasoning.
2 credits

OT 403 Therapeutic Approaches Lab for Elders
Experiential learning with assessments and intervention approaches for elders. Includes Fieldwork 1 experience in various sites off campus.
2 credits

OT 404 Assistive Technology I
Assistive technology related to the needs of the adult and geriatric populations will be explored
3 credits

OT 407 Research II
Course examines research design, quantitative and qualitative, human subject protection and program evaluation. Students will develop a research proposal.
3 credits

OT 411 Occupational Therapy International Service Learning Experience
Instruction in occupational. therapy methods with an experiential component providing intervention to an underserved population in a foreign country.
3 credits.

OT 421 Occupational Performance & Context for Children/Adolescents
Concurrent with OT 423, OT 424 and OT 427
Wellness/illness/disability continuum will be applied to performance in life roles related to the child and adolescent populations.
2 credits

OT 423 Therapeutic Approaches Lab for Children/Adolescents
Experiential learning with assessments and intervention approaches; professional oral and written communication skill development. Includes Fieldwork I experience.
2 credits

OT 424 Assistive Technology II
Assistive technology applied to the occupational performance and context of child and adolescent populations.
3 credits

OT 426 Organizational & Professional Issues I
Introduction to principles of organization, administration and management applied to the delivery of occupational therapy services in various practice settings. Work relationships, ethical issues and laws influencing practice will also be discussed.
3 credits

OT 427 Therapeutic Approaches for Children/Adolescents
Occupational therapy strategies for child and adolescent populations across wellness/illness/disability continuum with emphasis on occupational performance and context.
2 credits

OT 903 Clinical Reasoning I
Seminar to apply clinical reasoning skills to case studies integrating all aspects that influence therapeutic decision making, including, occupational performance areas, components, and contexts.
3 credits.

OT 905 Clinical Reasoning II
Continuing seminar to apply clinical reasoning skills to case studies integrating all aspects that influence therapeutic decision-making, including occupational performance areas, components, and contexts.
3 credits.

OT 906 Global Health Issues
Understanding health issues from a global perspective of the economic, political, social, and cultural forces, which impact on health and health services.
3 credits.

OT 908 Community Health
Community as a context for human functioning and occupational therapy intervention. Includes community placement.
3 credits.

OT 920 Physical Disabilities Fieldwork II
Twelve weeks of full-time (or equivalent part-time) fieldwork in approved physical disabilities setting with supervision that meets ACOTE Standards.
3 credits.

OT 921 Psychosocial Fieldwork II
Twelve weeks of full-time (or equivalent part-time) fieldwork in approved psychosocial setting with supervision that meets ACOTE Standards.
3 credits.

OT 928 Thesis Seminar I
Seminar focusing on the development of thesis proposals.
3 credits.

OT 929 Thesis Seminar II
Seminar focusing on the collection and analysis of data.
3 credits.

OT 930 Thesis Seminar III
Seminar focusing on writing and disseminating a research report
3 credits.

OT 931 Organizational & Professional Issues II
An advanced seminar exploring issues relevant to the changing roles and responsibilities of practitioners and to the rapidly evolving practice contexts.
3 credits.

OT 932 Specialty Fieldwork II
Twelve weeks of full-time (or equivalent part-time) fieldwork in an approved specialty setting with supervision that meets ACOTE Standards.
3 credits.

OT 933 Assessment and Evaluation Across the Lifespan
This course provides an overview of the occupational therapy and evaluation process. Selection, interpretation and documentation of assessments will be examined.
3 credits.

 

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