Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program

Program Description - Introduction & Setting

 Centennial Mall from the rooftop of CHHS


This program description provides the potential student and the matriculated student with information about the Occupational Therapy Doctoral degree program. The information herein is subject to periodic change. It is the applicant's responsibility to obtain and meet the most current admissions criteria. It is the student's responsibility to be aware of all degree requirements and to work closely with an advisor to ensure that all requirements are fulfilled.


On July 1, 2006, The University of Toledo (UT) and the Medical University of Ohio merged to form one comprehensive University of Toledo. UT includes Main Campus on Bancroft Street and the Health Science Campus on Arlington Avenue. UT's Main Campus is home to the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS). The Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and other CHHS departments are located in the Health and Human Services Building. The 160,000 square-foot structure houses four CHHS Schools along with 15 mediated classrooms using technology and multiple specialty research laboratories. The wireless building provides an environment that enhances teaching, faculty/student interaction, services for the community, and research data collection. The occupational therapy classrooms and laboratories have been custom designed to offer students hands-on learning opportunities and access to high-tech research equipment. The occupational therapy program at UT is among only 20 doctoral-level programs in the United States. Including Master's of Occupational Therapy programs, there are 163 programs in the United States and U.S. News and World Report currently ranks UT's OT program among the top 25 percent of occupational therapy programs.


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Last Updated: 2/22/21