Occupational therapy assistants are an essential, appreciated part of a patient’s recovery process. People who enter this field are dedicated, compassionate caregivers who work hard to help injured individuals recover and return to the activities of their day-to-day lives. Upon earning a degree, you’ll be ready to enter the field armed with the skills and knowledge to become the best caregiver you can be.
Our Doctor of Occupational Therapy program is designed to educate students to integrate the art and science of occupational therapy and collaborate creatively with clients to improve health and their participation in life. Graduates of the program promote health and well-being through engagement in therapeutic occupations (e.g. everyday life activities) that enhance quality of life for persons in the communities wherever they live, work and play.