The Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) is a 30-month program that begins in the summer and consists of 84 semester credit hours of graduate-level coursework in Occupational Therapy and 20 semester hours (6 months) of full-time clinical fieldwork. Beginning with admissions for the summer of 2013, a bachelor's degree must be completed by the end of the fall semester prior to the following summer of admission.


Please note that some of the prerequisite courses have changed; review the information on our web site or contact the School of Health Professions Office of Admissions and Special Programs for more information.

OT Application & Admission Checklist


Upon admission to the OT program, these additional items are required:

  • Evidence of current health insurance showing dates of coverage
  • Immunization record: Immunization requirements can be found at the student health center web page. Note that all immunizations must be completed prior to registration; incomplete immunizations will prevent enrollment in the program. Important: the Hepatitis B immunization series can take between 4-6 months to complete.
  • Completion of a background check - directions for this process will be included in the acceptance letter.