Master of Occupational Therapy
UF's master of occupational therapy offers options in three different areas:
Our graduates have a 100% pass rate on the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy exam as of the latest statistics from the board (2013).
100% of our graduates are successfully employed.
The University of Findlay’s traditional program is a five-and-one-half-year program with two years of pre-professional requirements and three years of professional course work, plus six months of fieldwork. After the fourth year, students receive a bachelor of science degree in health studies with a master of occupational therapy awarded at the end of the program. Read more about the traditional program.
Direct Freshman Admission
The University of Findlay offers direct freshman admission. Students with a 3.5 GPA (3.5 on a 4.0 scale) or higher, and a 25 ACT (1700 SAT) score may be eligible for direct freshman admission. A completed application to The University of Findlay must be received by Jan. 31, 2015, to be considered for the direct freshman-admissions option for 2015. Students who do not meet the requirements above may apply for admissions to the professional graduate program during their sophomore year of college.
If you already are a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA) or have a bachelor’s degree and meet the pre-professional requirements, you can earn a master of occupational therapy degree in three years.
The weekend program meets six times per semester year-round on Fridays and Saturdays. UF welcomes COTAs and physical therapy assistants. Non-COTA/PTA candidates must have completed a bachelor's degree and have at least one year of health care-related experience. Read more about the weekend program
The University of Findlay’s occupational therapy
program is offered in a combined bachelor’s/masters format. It is not a post baccalaureate program where the student receives a bachelor’s degree in another subject and then applies to graduate school. Our program provides 3.5 years of professional coursework; two years at the undergraduate level and 1.5 years at the graduate level. Read more about transferring to UF