Fieldwork Course Descriptions

Traditional Track

OCTH 480 Level I Fieldwork A (Pediatric)

During this Level I Fieldwork experience students observe and participate in learning opportunities at occupational therapy clinical practice settings that enable the integration of concurrent academic course work during the semester.  The student is exposed to a variety of opportunities to enhance professional development.  This course will be graded S/U.

 

OCTH 580 Level I Fieldwork B (Adult)

During this Level I Fieldwork experience students observe and participate in learning opportunities at occupational therapy clinical practice settings that enable the integration of concurrent academic course work during the semester.  The student is exposed to a variety of professional practice issues that provide an opportunity to emphasize professional development.  This course will be graded S/U.

 

OCTH 660 Level I Fieldwork C (Community-Based)

During this Level I Fieldwork experience students observe and participate in learning opportunities at occupational therapy clinical practice settings that enable the integration of concurrent academic course work during the semester.  The student is exposed to a variety of professional practice issues that provide an opportunity to emphasize professional development.  This course will be graded S/U.

OCTH 690 Level II Fieldwork A

During this internship students engage in clinical practice experiences in various settings that serve specific populations that have occupational performance limitations.  These experiences include opportunities to function as therapists who understand and embrace an occupation-based approach to practice.  Students demonstrate the ability to apply professional ethics and use critical thinking, clinical reasoning and problem solving to guide decision-making throughout the OT process.  This course will be graded S/U.

 

OCTH 691 Level II Fieldwork A

During this internship students engage in clinical practice experiences in various settings that serve specific populations that have occupational performance limitations.  These settings include opportunities to function as therapists who understand and embrace an occupation-based approach to practice.  Students demonstrate the ability to apply professional ethics and use critical thinking, clinical reasoning and problem solving to guide decision-making throughout the OT process.  This course will be graded S/U.


 

Weekend College Track

OCTH 481 Level I Fieldwork A

During this Level I Fieldwork experience students observe and participate in learning opportunities at occupational therapy clinical practice settings that enable the integration of concurrent academic course work during the semester.  The student is exposed to a variety of opportunities to enhance professional development.  This course will be graded S/U.

 

OCTH 490 Level I Fieldwork Elective

This is an elective experience or a required third Level I experience for students who are not occupational therapy assistants.  Students explore a variety of professional issues with an emphasis on serving a culturally diverse population or working within an area of special interest.  This experience provides opportunities to observe and participate in occupational therapy assessment and intervention allowing the integration of information learned during the academic course work to occur.  This course will be graded S/U.

 

OCTH 661 Level I Fieldwork B (Community-Based)

During Level I Fieldwork the student explores a variety of professional issues with an emphasis on professional development.  Students observe and participate in occupational therapy assessment allowing the integration of the information learned during academic course work to occur.  This course will be graded S/U.

 

OCTH 690 Level II Fieldwork A

During this internship students engage in clinical practice experiences in various settings that serve specific populations that have occupational performance limitations.  These experiences include opportunities to function as therapists who understand and embrace an occupation-based approach to practice.  Students demonstrate the ability to apply professional ethics and use critical thinking, clinical reasoning and problem solving to guide decision-making throughout the OT process.  This course will be graded S/U.

 

OCTH 691 Level II Fieldwork A

During this internship students engage in clinical practice experiences in various settings that serve specific populations that have occupational performance limitations.  These settings include opportunities to function as therapists who understand and embrace an occupation-based approach to practice.  Students demonstrate the ability to apply professional ethics and use critical thinking, clinical reasoning and problem solving to guide decision-making throughout the OT process.  This course will be graded S/U.