Graduate Program Occupational Therapy Master’s Program

Thank you for your interest in the upcoming Occupational Therapy Master’s Program at the Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions, Georgia State University. Our goal is to design and implement an outstanding, comprehensive, and innovative Master’s Program in Occupational Therapy. We will prepare dedicated, competent and compassionate professionals who are interested in helping others achieve improved quality, meaning, and self-fulfillment in their daily lives.

Graduates of the OTM Program will be prepared to work in a wide variety of medical, community and school-based settings and to undertake diverse roles including clinical practice, consultation, teaching, management, and scholarly activities while always advocating for the client. The curriculum will be challenging and be comprised of diverse teaching and learning methods including lecture, labs, group work, scholarly participation and clinical experiences through six consecutive semesters. We welcome students with different strengths and diverse background to the program.


Send inquiries to the Occupational Therapy Program:

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We are excited about the upcoming Occupational Therapy Masters (OT/M) program. We have completed the Candidacy Application from the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE®) and are waiting for the results. We aspire to develop an exceptionally progressive program to prepare certified and licensed occupational therapists. In keeping abreast with the GSU’s status as a public urban research university, our Masters program is committed to educating and preparing therapists to impact health care as superior clinicians, educators, and researchers in the prevention and rehabilitation of health.

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