How the pathway works
During your final year of undergraduate study, you’ll begin taking graduate-level Occupational Therapy courses — if you meet progress standards and graduate program admissions requirements. The graduate-level courses will satisfy credit requirements for your undergraduate major as well as the first year of the graduate Occupational Therapy program.
To enroll in this pathway, you’ll select a major in Health Sciences or Social and Behavioral Sciences.
You’ll be required to complete a set of prerequisite courses for the graduate program. Enrolling in the pathway does not guarantee admission to the graduate program.
About our master’s program
Gain the practical knowledge and skills to intervene with people who are experiencing activity impairment as a result of developmental, physical, psychological, cognitive, or environmental dysfunction.
About our doctoral program
Our program provides a course of professional study that stresses competency in practice, research, and program development, and producing ethical, evidence-based practitioners and leaders.
Frequently asked questions
Our Accelerated Graduate Pathways offer highly motivated undergraduate students the opportunity to begin graduate study while completing their bachelor’s degree.
Our helpful admissions counselors are here to answer your questions about the admissions process, our academic programs, and student support services. We also invite you to explore the many ways to visit campus or to engage with us through online experiences.