Occupational Therapy

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The Occupational Therapy Program at The University of Toledo is nationally ranked.

There are 162 schools that offer occupational therapy programs in the U.S.  US News and World Report currently ranks The University of Toledo among the top 25% of occupational therapy programs.

Please join us for an exciting continuing education opportunity on October 19, 2015, entitled "Occupational Therapy in Primary Care."  Click here for details.

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What is OT?

The profession of occupational therapy is based on the use of occupation for health promotion and remediation of disorders. Learn more

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About the Program

The backbone of the OTD Program including mission, goals, curriculum, and more. Learn more

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Admission

The faculty considers the requirements essential in determining a candidate's potential for success in this program. Learn more

 
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Current Students

The program consists of 3 classes of 20 students who have been accepted into the program. The students are involved in a variety of fundraising and community service events. Learn more

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Faculty

The program faculty is composed of dedicated professionals who have achieved national reputations in the field of occupational therapy. Learn more

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Research and Capstone

All students and faculty are involved in individual scholarly research projects with many being published in professional journals or presented at national and state conferences. Learn more

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Continuing Education Courses

Information will be posted soon regarding courses created by students in our program to help further develop a variety of topics in the area of occupational therapy.

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Accreditation

This Occupational Therapy Doctoral Degree Program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education allowing graduating students to sit for the National Board for Certification of Occupational Therapy (NBCOT.com) examination. Learn more

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OT Journal club

This page will be coming soon. This section will provide an opportunity for students and practitioners to discuss current research in the field of occupational therapy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Last Updated: 9/1/15