Occupational Therapy Program

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Lewiston-Auburn College offers an entry level Master of Occupational Therapy program for students who have an undergraduate degree in a field other than Occupational Therapy.  

All components of an application (or a re-application) must be received October 1st, 2014 in order to be considered for admission to start the program in the fall of 2015.   Click on the cooresponding    Quick Link to learn about etiher the application or the re-applcation process.

updated Cinco de Mayo, 2014

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The third-ranked job, occupational therapist, also came in third last year. Like dental hygienists, occupational therapists tend to work a 9-5 schedule and to determine their own level of commitment. They help people in physically demanding jobs like construction, get back to work, as opposed to physical therapists, No. 5 on the list, who treat more general injuries. Their median annual income is $75,000 and the BLS projects a growth rate of 33% from 2010-2020.
"Occupational therapists work with the injured or ill and use routine activities to speed rehabilitation. Demand for their skills is high as they focus on modifying each patient's physical environment while training them to use equipment to increase independence."

MOT Jumpstart OPTION

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Get a Jumpstart on your Occupational Therapy education!  USM is pleased to offer the opportunity to complete an undergraduate and graduate education in little more than five (5) years! If you have not yet completed a bachelor's degree consider the MOT Jumpstart option!