Course Descriptions

OT 6100 -Analysis and Adaptation of Occupation – 2 credits

This first semester lecture course provides the students with an understanding of the historical foundation of the profession of occupational therapy, focusing on philosophical assumptions, and core concepts of the profession. This course is designed to introduce students to the Occupational Therapy process and introduces The Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain & Process (OTPF) 3rd edition (AOTA, 2014), an official document for the profession. Through interactive teaching, peer instruction and participatory activities, students investigate the complexities of occupation as the foundation of the practice of occupational therapy. Addresses ACOTE Standards B1.2, B2.1, B2.2, B.2.3, B2.7, B4.4, B4.10. Pre-requisites: Admission to the Program; Co-requisites –OT 6101: Analysis and Adaptation of Occupation Lab.

OT 6101 -Analysis and Adaptation of Occupation Lab – 1 credit

This first semester lab course accompanies OT 6100 Lecture course and provides the students with an opportunity for interactive, dynamic, hands on activities to develop an understanding of occupation, activity analysis, evaluation of ADLs/IADL and professional documentation Addresses ACOTE Standards: B1.2, B2.1, B2.2, B.2.3, B2.7, B4.4, B4.10. Pre-requisites: Admission to the Program; Co-requisites –OT 6100- Analysis and Adaptation of Occupation.

OT 6110 -Social and Cultural Determinants of Health and Occupation across the life Span –3 credits

This course examines current theory and research related to the development of human occupation and how it changes throughout the life course. This course also focuses on effects of occupations on health and how societal and cultural determinants influence an individual’s quality of life throughout the life span. Through interactive teaching, peer instruction and participatory activities, students will observe, interpret, and describe occupational performance, and apply relevant theories and constructs to understand the development of human occupation. Addresses ACOTE Standards: B1.2, B1.3, B1.4, B1.5, B2.2, B2.3, B2.4, B2.5, B2.6, B. 2.9, B3.1, B3.2, B3.4, B4.6, B 5.4. Pre-requisites: Admission to the Program; Co-requisites –None.

OT 6120 -Functional Movement Across the lifespan –Analysis and Assessment -3 credits

In this lecture course students will develop an understanding of clinical human anatomy and biomechanical principles underlying human movement and their application to occupational performance and how it changes across the lifespan. Students will perform detailed regional analyses of the upper and lower extremities and the trunk. Addresses ACOTE Standards: B1.1, B1.2, B2.7, B2.8, B3.1, B3.3, B4.1, B4.2, B4.3, B4.4. Pre-requisites: Admission to the Program; Co- requisites –OT 6121.

OPTIONAL ELECTIVE CREDITS

3

TOTAL CREDITS

76‐79

OT 6121 -Functional Movement Across the lifespan –Analysis and Assessment Lab -1 credit

This lab course accompanies OT 6120, and provides the student with an opportunity for interactive, dynamic, hands on activities to develop an understanding of functional human movement, how movement affects performance, and how it changes across the lifespan. Students will perform detailed regional analyses of the upper and lower extremities and the trunk. Assessment procedures such as palpation, muscle strength testing, range of motion, flexibility testing, and reflex integration will be learned in order to understand their relationships to occupational performance. Addresses ACOTE Standards: B1.1, B1.2, B2.7, B.2.8, B3.1, B.4.1, B4.2, B.4.3, B.4.4, B4.6. Pre-requisites: Admission to the Program; Co- requisites – OT 6120

OT 6130 -Evidence Based practice and Clinical Research I – 2 credits

This course is designed to inform students regarding the role and creation of practiced-based evidence in occupational therapy. The course covers the concepts, methods, and strategies related to evidence-based practice. The goal of the course is to support students in the development of critical reading and writing skills with particular relevance to understanding human occupation and the practice of occupational therapy through scientific inquiry. This course is the first in the sequence leading to the development of a proposal and completion of a research project. Addresses ACOTE Standards: B1.7, B4.2, B4.6, B8.1, B8.2, B8.3, B8.4, B8.5. Pre-requisites: Admission to the Program; Co-requisites – None.

OT 6140 -FW 1A and Skills for Occupation Based Practice Seminar I – 2 credits

This course is the first occupation based practice seminar in a 5-seminar sequence and is an essential element to the first Level 1 Fieldwork experience as it facilitates the integration of information from the didactic component of the OT program to the practical clinical applications in the natural environment with seasoned professionals. The student will participate in approximately 40 hours (over the course of the semester) of supervised client involvement in a variety of settings. This seminar provides for active engagement through directed fieldwork experiences, classroom instruction, and experiential lab activities. Clinical case studies will be used to facilitate clinical reasoning processes and enhance client-centered, occupation-based practice. Students will be introduced to professional socialization, therapeutic use of self, ethical practice and group dynamics. Peer-instruction, active engagement and self-direction are essential aspects of this seminar. Addresses ACOTE Standards: B1.8, B2.3, B2.2, B2.7, B2.8, B 4.10, B5.7, B9.1, B9.2, C1.8, C1.9. Pre-requisites: Admission to the Program; Co-requisites – OT 6100, OT6101, OT 6110, OT 6120, OT 6121, OT 6130

OT 6150 -Neuroscience: Assessing Human Performance – 3 credits

This course covers terminology and neuroanatomical relationships, cellular neurophysiology, structure and function of the central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems and their ability to respond to environmental demands in order to introduce basic and applied neuroanatomical and neurophysiological principles. Through the assessment of human behavior and performance in relation to the nervous system, students will discuss pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, diagnostic procedures, evidence-based practices, and interdisciplinary management, along with prevention in occupational therapy. Addresses ACOTE Standards B1.1, B2.6. Pre-requisites: Admission to the Program; Co-requisites – none

OT 6200 -Applied Concepts of Wellness/Illness -Theoretical Foundation for the Scope of Practice – OT process – 3 credits

This course examines current theory and research in occupational therapy related to the understanding of individuals’ reactions to disability / disease and the promotion of health and wellness across the lifespan and identifies the role of occupation in the promotion of health and prevention of disease and disability. This course delves into to professional ethics and standards of care. Students will utilize American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Ethics, Core Values and Attitudes of OT Practice, and AOTA Standards of Practice as a guide for ethical decision-making while focusing on health and wellness. Addresses ACOTE Standards B1.2, B1.3, B1.5, B1.6, B2.1, B2.4, B2.5, B2.9, B2.11, B3.1, B3.2, B3.3, B3.6, B8.3. Pre-requisites: OT 6100, OT 6110; Co-requisites – none

OT 6230 -Evidence Based Practice and clinical research II -2 credits

This is the second course in a sequence of two courses designed to develop knowledge and skills for using scientifi evidence in clinical decision-making and in understanding clinical research. We will examine evidence gathered using a variety of quantitative and Qualitative methods including group designs and meta-analytic approaches. A variety of teach / learning methods including cooperative learning, mini-lectures, experiential learning and interactive reflection and feedback will be used. Addresses ACOTE Standards B1.7, B4.2, B4.6, B8.1, B8.2, B8.3, B8.4, B8.5. Pre-requisites: OT 6130; Co-requisites – None

OT 6210 – Occupational Assessment and Intervention across the Lifespan – 3 credits

In this lecture course students will explore a variety of diagnostic conditions and disorders and their impact on occupational performance, models and theories of practice, research evidence, and practice contexts/environments of children from birth to young adulthood. Students will examine factors influencing occupational performance of children including performance skills, performance patterns, context, activity demands, cultural influences and client factors that affect their occupational performance. Students will critically analyze the evidence supporting evaluation and treatment methodologies used with children and adolescence with a variety of issues. Addresses ACOTE Standards. B2.6, B2.7, B2.10, B2.11, B3.1-B3.3, B4.1, B4.2, B4.3, B4.4, B4.5, B4.6, B4.7, B4.8, B4.9, B4.10, B4.11, B8.3. Pre-requisites: OT 6100, OT6110, Admission to the Program; Co-requisites – OT 6200, OT 6211

OT 6211 – Occupational Assessment and Intervention across the lifespan Lab – 1 credits

This lab course accompanies OT 6210 and provides the student with an opportunity for interactive, dynamic, hands on activities to develop an understanding of occupational performance of children including performance skills, performance patterns, context, activity demands, cultural influences and client factors that affect their occupational performance in a variety of contexts. Students will participate in the occupational therapy process of working with children using evaluation tools, intervention planning and documentation. Addresses ACOTE Standards B1.8, B3.3, B4.2, B4.3, B4.4, B4.5, B4.6, B5.1, B5.2, B5.3, B5.4, B5.5, B5.6, B5.7, B5.8, B5.9, , B5.10, B5.11, B5.12, B5.13, B5.14, B5.22, B5.23, B5.24, B5.26, B6.1 Pre-requisites OT 6100, OT 6110, Co-requisites – OT 6210

OT 7100 -Orthopedic Assessment and Intervention across the Lifespan-2 credits

In this lecture course students will explore a variety of orthopedic diagnostic conditions and their impact on occupational performance of adults. Students will critically analyze models and theories of practice, research evidence and current concepts and techniques utilized in orthopedic rehabilitation. Biomechanical considerations of major orthopedic injuries including injury potential of various human movement activities, acute and chronic injuries, and methods for reducing the likelihood of suffering an injury are explored. Students will critically analyze the evidence supporting evaluation and treatment methodologies used with individuals with orthopedic impairments. Addresses ACOTE Standards B2.5-B2.11, B3.1-B3.5, B4.1- B4.11, B5.15, B5.16, B8.3. Pre-requisites: OT 6120, OT 6121; Co-requisites – OT 7101

OT 7101- Orthopedic Assessment and Intervention across the Lifespan Lab -1 credit

This lab course accompanies OT 7100 and facilitates student learning through interactive, dynamic, hands on activities to develop skills in providing OT services to individuals with orthopedic diagnoses. Students will be instructed in use of orthotic and prosthetic devices and equipment utilized (including thermal modalities) in occupational therapy with this population. Students will participate in the occupational therapy process including screening, evaluation, and intervention plan development using interactive case study design. Addresses ACOTE Standards B4.1-B4.11, B5.1- B5.24. Pre- requisites: OT 6120, OT 6121; Co-requisites – OT 7100

OT 6240 -FW 1 B -1 and Skills for Occupation Based Practice Seminar II – 2credit

This is the 2nd integrative seminar in the five-seminar sequence. The student will participate in approximately 40 hours of supervised client involvement in a variety of settings. The seminar portion of this course is designed to enhance clinical reasoning processes and the use of sound judgment by integrating knowledge and skills from previous educational and work experiences and from concurrent OT courses with weekly fieldwork experiences. This seminar focuses on task analysis, and active participation in the OT processes of screening, evaluation and referral. Students will participate through self-directed and collaborative learning, class participation and leadership activities. Addresses ACOTE Standards B1.5, B1.6, B2.4, B2.5, B2.6, B2.7, B2.9, B9.1, B9.2, B9.10, B9.11.C1.8, C1.9, C1.10. Pre-requisites: OT 6140; Co-requisites –OT 6210, OT 7100

OT 7130 Masters Project Seminar I –2 credits

This course supports the development of a research proposal and the skills needed to implement a research project. This course builds on the skills developed through pre-requisite coursework as well as courses completed in the first year of the program. Through a series of lectures, small group discussions and lab activities students are guided through the development of a research proposal and analysis of data. Addresses ACOTE Standards B5.30 B7.6, B8.4, B8.5, B8.6, B8.7, B8.8, B8.9. Pre-requisites: OT 6130, OT 6230. Co-requisites – none.

OT 6220- Assistive Technology and Environmental Intervention in OT – 2 credits

In this lecture course students will examine technology for health and wellness of populations and individuals with and without disabilities. Students will explore the impact of the non-human environment on occupational performance of the individuals across the lifespan and gain the necessary knowledge and skills to provide evaluation and intervention. Through this course, students learn how to apply evidence-based practice, resource coordination, and advocacy for clients who utilize technology and environmental intervention. Addresses ACOTE Standards B1.8, B3.1-B3.3, B4.2, B4.3, B4.4, B4.10, B5.1, B5.2, B5.3, B5.9, B5.10, B5.11, B5.12, B5.13, B5.19, B5.23, B5.24, B8.3. Pre-requisites: OT 6210. Co-requisites – OT 6221

OT 6221- Assistive Technology and Environmental Intervention in OT Lab – 1 credit

This lab course accompanies OT 6220 and provides the student with an opportunity for interactive, dynamic, hands on activities to develop an understanding of technology for health and wellness of populations and individuals with and without disabilities. Students will gain the necessary knowledge and skills to provide evaluation, intervention, and documentation. Through this course, students learn how to apply evidence-based practice, resource coordination, and advocacy for clients who utilize technology and environment intervention. Addresses ACOTE Standards B1.8, B 4.1, 4.2, B4.3, B4.4, B4.6, B4.7, B4.8, B4.10, B4.11 B5.1, B5.2, B5.6, B5.7, B5.8, B5.9, B5.10, B5.13, B5.23, B5.24, B6.1. Pre- requisites: OT 6211. Co-requisites – OT 6220

OT 7110 -Disability theory, Mental Health and Group Process–Assessment and Intervention across the Lifespan– 3 credits

In this lecture course students will explore diagnostic conditions and disorders, models and theories of practice, and research evidence for occupational therapy practice with adults, individually and in groups, with a variety of mental health disorders. This course is designed to provide knowledge and skills needed to select and implement specific occupational therapy assessments and interventions including individual and group interventions. This course will focus on individuals living with conditions most likely to benefit from remedial interventions focusing on performance skills and client factors. ACOTE Standards B1.3-B1.6, B2.3- B2.11, B3.1-B3.6, B4.1-4.11, B8.3. Pre-requisites: OT 6100, OT 6110, OT 6150, OT 6200; Co-requisites –OT 7111

OT 7111 -Disability theory, Mental Health and Group Process–Assessment and Intervention Lab across the Lifespan Lab-1 credit

This lab course accompanies OT 7110 and facilitates student learning through interactive, dynamic, hands on activities designed to provide knowledge and skills needed to select and implement specific occupational therapy assessments and interventions to individuals as well as groups focusing on mental health disorders impacting occupational functioning. The student will focus on both individual treatment as well as group dynamics used for occupational performance deficits of adults with mental health issues. Students will participate in the occupational therapy process including screening, evaluation, and intervention plan development and documentation using interactive case study design. Addresses ACOTE Standards B2.9, B4.2, B4.3, B4.4, B4.10, B5.1- B5.9, 5.13, B5.17-B5.22, B5.26. Pre-requisites: OT 6101, OT 6110, OT 6150, OT 6200. Co-requisites – OT 7110

OT 7120 -Cognitive and Perceptual Assessment and Interventions across life span– 3 credits

In this lecture course students will learn about the cognitive and perceptual aspects of disease and disability while examining occupational therapy models of practice that support occupational performance throughout the lifespan. Students will critically analyze the evidence supporting evaluation and treatment methodologies used with individuals with cognitive and perceptual difficulties. Addresses ACOTE Standards B1.2, B1.3, B2.6 B2.9, B2.10, B2.11, B3.1, B3.3, B3.5, B8.3.Pre-requisites: OT 6150 Co-requisites – OT 7121.

OT 7121 -Cognitive and Perceptual Assessment and Interventions across life span – Lab 1 credit

This lab course accompanies OT 7120 and provides the student with an opportunity for interactive, dynamic, hands on activities to develop an understanding of cognitive and perceptual aspects of disease and disability. This course provides an introduction to evaluation tools and methodologies used in analyzing interventions in cognition and perceptual disorders. Addresses ACOTE Standards, B4.1, B4.2, B 4.3, B4.4, B4.10, B5.1, B5.2, B5.3, B5.6, B5.8. Pre-requisites: OT 6150 Co-requisites – OT 7120

OT 7140 – FW 1C and Skills for Occupational Based Practice Seminar III – 2 credit

This course is the third occupation based practice seminar in a five-seminar sequence and is an essential element to the first Level 1 Fieldwork experience. The student will participate in approximately 40 hours of supervised client involvement in a pediatric environment. This seminar provides for active engagement through directed fieldwork experiences, classroom instruction, experiential lab activities, and clinical case studies to facilitate clinical reasoning processes and enhance client-centered, occupation-based practice. Continued focus on the occupational therapy process will including intervention planning, as well as promoting professional development through initiating a professional portfolio. Addresses ACOTE Standards B2.3, B2.6, B2.7, B2.8, B4.1-B4.4, B4.6-4.11, B5.1-B5.10 B5.18, B5.20. B 5.33, B9.2, B9.4, B9.6, B9.7, B9.13, C1.8, C1.9, C1.10. Pre-requisites: OT 6140, OT 6240; Co-requisites – OT 7100, OT 7101, OT 7110, OT 7111, OT 7120, OT 7121

OT 7230 -Masters Project Seminar II – 2 credits (according to fall start GSU OT course sequence)

In this course students complete the collection and analysis of their data as well as the development of a final paper and poster presentations of their study findings. The skills addressed in this course include data entry and management, data analysis and preparation of tables and figures and the integration of the findings with existing literature. The emphasis on scientific writing and presentation emphasizes the importance of contribution to the OT literature and continuing education programs. Addresses ACOTE Standards B8.8, B8.9, B8.10. Pre-requisites: OT 7130; Co-requisites – none

OT 7210 Neurologic Assessment and Intervention –3 credits

In this lecture course students will explore diagnostic conditions and disorders, models and theories of practice, research evidence for occupational therapy practice with adults with a variety of neurological conditions. This course will focus on clinical reasoning and occupation-based evaluation and intervention for Neuro-rehabilitation Frames of References. Content includes both acute conditions and individuals living with long-term conditions who are most likely to benefit from remediation interventions to enable performance of meaningful occupations, e.g., ADL/IADLs, work, education, play, leisure, and social participation. Addresses ACOTE Standards B1.5, B1.6, B2.10, B2.11, B3.1- B3.5, B8.3. Pre-requisites: OT 6150 Admission to the Program; Co-requisites –OT 7211

OT 7211 Neurologic Assessment and Intervention Lab –1 credit

This lab course accompanies OT 7210 and provides the student with an opportunity for interactive, dynamic, hands on activities to develop skills in OT process with this population including selecting and using evaluation tools, designing and implementing treatment methodologies, and completing documentation. Through active learning experiences, students will examine strategies to remediate performance deficits for individuals due to neurologic impairments. Addresses ACOTE Standards B4.2, B4.3, B4.4, B4.10, B5.1 – B5.14, B5.16, B5.17, B5.24, B5.26- B5.29. Pre-requisites: OT 6150; Co-requisites – OT 7210

OT 7220 -Community based practice with special emphasis to Geriatric Assessment and Intervention-2 credits

This lecture course examines models of community occupational therapy practice along with the skills and challenges related to community practice. Evidence supporting individual, group, and community interaction to promote occupational functioning, health promotion and disease prevention will be analyzed. The role of occupational therapy in assisting the elderly age-in-place by looking at factors influencing occupational performance such as performance skills and patterns, activity demands, and client factors will be addressed. Addresses ACOTE Standards: B1.6, B2.11, B3.3, B3.5,B5.18, B5.19, B5.20, B5.21, 5.22, B5.23, B5.24, B5.25, B5.26, B5.27, B5.28, B5.29, B5.30, B5.31,B5.32, B5.33, B8.2, B8.3. Pre-requisites: OT 6100, OT 6110, OT 6200.Co-requisites – OT 7221

OT 7221 -Community based practice with special emphasis to Geriatric Assessment and Intervention Lab – 1 credit

This lab course accompanies OT 7220 and facilitates student learning through interactive, dynamic, hands on experiences to develop skills in providing OT services focusing on community based practice. The role of occupational therapy in assisting the elderly age-in-place by looking at factors influencing occupational performance such as performance skills and patterns, activity demands, and client factors will be addressed. Students will participate in the occupational therapy process including screening, evaluation, intervention plan development and documentation with the focus on the clients’ ability to plan and engage in roles, routines, and tasks for the purpose of self-maintenance, education, work, play, leisure, and social participation. Addresses ACOTE Standards: B4.2, B4.3, B4.4, B4.10, B5.1, B5.2, B5.3, B5.4, B5.5, B5.6, B6.7, B5.8, B5.9, B5.12, B5.13, B5.14, B5.17, B5.18, B5.19, B5.20, B5.21, 5.22, B5.23, B5.24, B5.25, B5.26, B5.27, B5.28, B5.29, B5.30, B5.31,B5.32, B5.33. Pre-requisites: OT 6100, OT 6110, OT 6200; Co- requisites – OT 7220

OT 7330 -Masters Project Seminar III – 2 credit (according to Fall Start GSU course sequence)

In this course students complete the collection and analysis of their data as well as the development of a final paper and poster presentations of their study findings. The skills addressed in this course include data entry and management, data analysis and preparation of tables and figures and the integration of the findings with existing literature. The emphasis on scientific writing and presentation emphasizes the importance of contribution to the OT literature and continuing education programs. Addresses ACOTE Standards B8.8, B8.9, B8.10. Pre-requisites: OT 7130, OT 7230; Co-requisites – none

OT 7240 FW 1D and Skills for Occupation Based Practice Seminar IV -2 credit

This course is the 4th and final occupation based practice seminar in a 5-seminar sequence and is an essential element to the Level I Fieldwork experience. The student will participate in approximately 40 hours of supervised client involvement in a mental health setting. This seminar provides for active engagement through directed fieldwork experiences, classroom instruction, experiential lab activities, and clinical case studies. Focus will continue with the application of the OT process and professional development through the portfolio project and will include a focus on group dynamics and being able to facilitate successful groups in a natural environment. This Seminar will also help the students prepare for their Level II FW experience by reviewing the FW Manual, FW requirements and expectations and assignments Addresses ACOTE Standards B4.5, B4.7, B4.9, B4.11, B5.17, B5.18, B5.19, B5.20, B5.21, B5.22, , B6.1, B7.3-B7.5, B7.7, B7.8, B7.12,B9.3, , B9.4, B9.5, B9.6, B9.8, B9.10, B9.11, B9.12, C1.7, C1.8, C1.9, C1.10, C1.11. Pre-requisites: OT 6140, OT 6240, OT 7140; Co-requisites – OT 7110, OT 7120

SNHP 7100 -Health Care Leadership-Ethics /OT Management – 3 credits (Compulsory Inter-Professional Course)

This course provides a fundamental, critical overview of health care management principles. The course will describe and discuss major leadership philosophies and theories as well as ethical dilemmas. Detailed discussions, teamwork, practical case study experiences, as well as oral and written assignments will be used to train the students to effectively manage people and resources, and to understand political, regulatory, economic, and social forces that are affecting a constantly changing and often complex health and rehabilitation environment. Major emphasis is on advocacy and legislation, reimbursement, financial planning, personnel management, leadership, negotiation skills, conflict resolution, ethics, grant writing, starting up a new program, business or practice, entrepreneurship, and marketing. Addresses ACOTE Standards: B6.1-B6.6, B7.1, B7.2, B7.3, B7.4, B7.5, B7.6, B7.7, B7.8, B7.9, B7.10, B7.11, B7.12, B9.1, B9.2, B9.3, B9.4, B9.5, B9.6, B9.7, B9.8, B9.9, B9.10, B9.11, B9.12, B9.13 Pre-requisites: Previous OT program coursework. Co-requisites –SNHP 7110.

SNHP 7110 -Service Delivery and Inter-professional Collaboration – 3credits (Compulsory Inter-Professional Course)

Inter-professional education is a collaborative approach to develop healthcare students as future inter-professional team members. A recommendation by the Institute of Medicine suggests that training future healthcare providers to work in inter-professional teams results in improved healthcare outcomes for patients. The students in this course will closely examine recent trends and research evidence regarding inter-professional collaboration and will participate in an inter- professional team with other healthcare disciplines. Trends in healthcare service delivery, the way in which services are offered, will also be examined. Comparison of service delivery can consider elements such as setting, provider, format, frequency and so forth. Students participate in small group, interactive assignments. Addresses ACOTE Standards B5.18, B5.19, B5.20, B5.21, B5.22 B5.25, B5.26, B5.27, B5.28, B5.29, B5.30, B5.31, B5.32, B5.33, B6.1-B6.6, B 7.1, B7.2, B7.9- B7.11, B9.3, B9.7, B9.8, B9.9, B9.10, B9.12, B9.13. Pre-requisites: Previous OT program coursework. Co-requisites – SNHP 7100.

OT 7300 – Clinical Review Seminar –Competency Testing 1 credit

This course will review major concepts of all competency-based coursework taught throughout the curriculum. Students will then have the opportunity to take practice tests with written or oral comprehensive questions in order to help students prepare for the National Board of Credentialing for Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) practice exam prior to Level II Fieldwork experiences. Pre-requisites: Successful completion of all previous OT Coursework; Co-requisites – none

OT 7310 -FW II A – 5 credits (a total of 24 weeks between FW II A and FW II B required)

This fieldwork will provide student with the first 12 week, full-time supervised fieldwork experience to refine entry-level abilities and integrate OT theory, research, and practice. Addresses ACOTE Standards: All B Content Requirement Standards. Pre-requisites: Successful completion of all previous OT coursework including OT 7300.

OT 7320 -FW II B – 5 credits

This fieldwork will provide student with the second 12 week, full-time supervised fieldwork experience to refine their entry- level abilities and integrate OT theory, research, and practice. Addresses ACOTE Standards: All B Content Standards. Pre-requisites: Successful completion of all previous OT coursework and OT 7310.

Total – 70 + 6 Credits (6 cr for SNHP 7100 & 7110)
Optional Electives up to 3 Credits throughout the program