Master of Occupational Therapy Program

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We invite you to learn more about our Master of Occupational Therapy Program at The University of Findlay.

The fully accredited master of occupational therapy program offers an accredited master of occupational therapy program with two options:

Traditional program – direct freshman admission option
Weekend program

Traditional Program
The 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.

Direct Admission Option
The University of Findlay is one of the few programs in the state that has a direct Freshman admit program. 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.

Weekend Occupational Therapy Program
The weekend program is designed for 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.

Findlay, Ohio is located in Northwest Ohio, The University of Findlay is ranked by U.S. News & World Report and by The Princeton Review.

51/2
Year Program
The five-and-one-half-year occupational therapy program has two years of pre-professional requirements and three years of professional course work, plus six months of fieldwork.
Accredited
Program
The Occupational therapy program is currently accredited through 2022-2023.
87%
Pass Rate
Occupational therapy students taking the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) certification examination for the first time have an 87 percent exam pass rate for the traditional OT program. This first time pass rate is above the national average.
89%
Graduation Rate
The occupational therapy program had an 89 percent graduation rate in 2013.
100%
Employment Rate
Occupational therapy students find employment within one year of graduation.
Adaptive
Living House
The occupational therapy house is an all hands-on learning experience for occupational therapy students. Students will gain knowledge and skills for older individuals through adapting the home environment and using devices to assist everyday lifestyles.