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The Doctor of Science in Occupational Therapy degree is uniquely designed to transform clinicians into educators and leaders who integrate the science of occupational participation and engagement into communities, corporations, and academics. Graduates are primed for teaching in a university setting, contributing to scholarly research, and leading the profession in evidence-based clinical practice. Our program prepare clinicians to be leaders and agents of change in healthcare. For more information on classes and course descriptions visit the DScOT Bulletin
Integrates science and the love of God into a highly sought service-oriented profession providing healing for a hurting society. Students have the opportunity to put their skills and faith into action through pro bono service and volunteer opportunities. Learn to be supportive and help each other succeed!!
The School of Rehabilitation Sciences in the College of Health and Human Services is pleased to announce plans for the development of an Occupational Therapy Doctorate degree program. A tentative timeline includes starting the first cohort in Fall 2025. However, this is completely dependent upon accreditation approval. We are currently searching for a Founding Director. For more information about the development of the OTD degree program...
Are you considering a career in Occupational Therapy? We are currently developing our OT program, but we have great news! While you wait, you can complete the pre-requisites for our future OT program, and other OT programs across the country, right here at Andrews Univeristy. For more information on pre-Occupational Therapy, please contact Cristina Wilson