- Key Features of the OTD Program
- Admission Requirements
- Program Curriculum Sequence
- Program Description
- OT Students
- Melville-Nelson Evaluation System
- Contact Information
- Fieldwork Education
- Department Overview (pdf)
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- Introduction & Setting
- Program Mission
- Program Philosophy
- Program Curriculum Design Statement
- Program Goals and Related Curricular Objectives
- Program Technical Standards
- Program Admission Criteria
- Graduation Requirements
- Fieldwork Component and Capstone Experience
- Research Component
- Course Delivery Model
- Dual Degrees: OTD and PhD
- Program Curriculum Sequence
- Course Descriptions
- Accreditation Status & Licensing Information
- Program Costs & Financial Aid
- Nondiscrimination Policy
- Faculty and Staff
- A student admitted into the OTD program must comply with rules and regulations for
conduct and academic performance as stipulated by the College of Graduate Studies
Health Science Campus and the College of Health Sciences. This information can be
found in the Health Science Campus Graduate Student Handbook (on the web http://www.utoledo.edu/graduate/hsc/hsc_handbook10/Introduction.html) and the College of Health Sciences OT Student Handbook provided at orientation.
- A student will be placed on academic probation if her/his cumulative GPA falls below
a 3.0 during any semester. If the student remains on academic probation for two consecutive
semesters, the student will be dismissed.
- A student admitted under provisional status whose cumulative GPA falls below 3.0 following
completion of the first 15 credits will be dismissed from the program and from the
Health Science Campus College of Graduate Studies.
- A grade of C or better or a grade of S must be earned in all courses. No grade lower
than a C, is allowed in the total of 95 credits required for graduation. A student
who receives a grade of C minus or lower or a grade of U may repeat the course one
time, realizing that the sequence of study will be disrupted and that additional time
and expense will be required to complete the program. A student wishing to repeat
a course will be required to apply for an academic leave until the course is re-offered
in its regular sequence.
- A maximum of 12 credits or 2 courses of C plus or lower grades may be part of the
student’s Plan of Study. A student who exceeds the maximum will be subject to dismissal.
- A student who receives two or more grades of D, F or U in any one semester forfeits
the opportunity to repeat and will be dismissed from the program.
- Continuous enrollment in the OTD program is required because of the sequential nature
of the course work. Withdrawal from one course may require complete withdrawal from
the semester and will be considered a stop-out. If a student elects to stop-out for
any reason, s/he will be required to apply for an approved academic leave or withdraw
from the program altogether. Academic leave may be effective from one to three semesters,
after which time, readmission will be required.
- A student who has been dismissed from the program or who has been on academic leave
for longer than one year, must apply for readmission into the OTD program. Readmission
will be determined on an individual basis dependent on the reason for dismissal or
the conditions requiring academic leave.
- Students are expected to comply with the requirements of fieldwork and capstone sites and the academic program in completing Level I and Level II fieldwork experiences, and the Capstone experience. Level I fieldwork will be completed during the academic portion of the program while Level II fieldwork and the Capstone experience will be completed after the academic portion of the program is completed. The student will need to complete a minimum of 940 hours of Level II fieldwork to meet the 6-month Level II fieldwork requirement. The student will need to complete a minimum of 640 hours on the Capstone experience courses including the Capstone Practicum, Dissemination, and Mentored Studies.