Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program

Program Mission


The University of Toledo is a national, public research university where students obtain a world-class education and become part of a diverse community of leaders committed to improving the human condition in the region and the world.


The University of Toledo will be a nationally ranked, public, research university with internationally recognized expertise and exceptional strength in discovery, teaching, clinical practice and service.


  • Excellence
  • Student-centeredness
  • Research and Scholarship
  • Professionalism and Leadership
  • Diversity

College of Health and Human Services Mission

The purpose of the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) of The University of Toledo is to promote excellence in student learning, research and service in professional roles within the College, and to collaboratively work with the other colleges and the local and global community in achieving the mission of the University.

Program Mission

The Occupational Therapy Doctoral program’s mission is to improve the human condition through occupation by: (1) preparing doctoral-level practitioners who integrate occupational therapy theory, research, and practice; and (2) leading the profession through education, service, research, and advocacy.

Last Updated: 2/23/21