|Biology||3-4||Lab not required, but recommended|
|Human or Vertebrate Anatomy||3-4*||Lab not required, but recommended|
|Human or Vertebrate Physiology||3-4||Lab not required, but recommended|
|Introduction to Psychology||3|
|Human Development (Lifespan)||3||Birth to Death|
|Sociology or Anthropology Coursework||3|
|Research Methods||3-4||Qualitative or Quantitative Research, Statistics or Research Methods|
|Medical Terminology||1-2||A medical terminology certificate (online or on ground) could be used to fulfill the prerequisite requirements for this coursework|
* Can be combined A/P for 8 Credits
A bachelor’s degree is required prior to enrollment.
Graduate Record Examination (GRE):
No Current level is set for admission, but scores are reviewed and used to evaluate an applicant concerning standardized testing abilities.
Overall GPA: Minimum of 3.0 overall GPA, all prerequisite courses must reflect a “C” or better.
Math/Science GPA: 2.8 overall (all course “C” or Better)
Three references are required. At least one reference must be from an occupational therapist and one reference from a college professor who can attest to your ability to enter a competitive professional program.
OT Observation Hours:
40 hours are required to explore occupational therapy as a career in at least two documented different settings.
The program will apply for approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at the appropriate time.