Course requirements include a minimum of 72 credits for each of the following options:
All courses are offered on campus.
|OT 6011||3||Occupation and Rehabilitation Science I||Multidisciplinary perspectives on human performance and participation in everyday occupations.|
|OT 6411||3||Occupation and Rehabilitation Science II||Explore historical evolution of topics and the link to future implications for and growth of occupation and rehabilitation science.|
|OT 701||3||Occupation and Rehabilitation Science III||Investigation of the intersection of occupational science and rehabilitation science research situated in various paradigms.|
|OT 6201,3||3||Research to Practice I or 3 credits qualitative research||Critically evaluate qualitative and quantitative research processes pertaining to individuals.|
|OT 6401,3||3||Research to Practice II or 3 credits quantitative research||Critically evaluate qualitative and quantitative research processes pertaining to groups and systems.|
|OT 6991 or
|3||Advanced quantitative or qualitative research||Advanced quantitative or qualitative research with approval of committee from following departments/units: Human Development and Family Studies, Psychology, School of Education, Sociology, or Statistics.|
|OT 710||3||Teaching Occupation and Rehab Science||Design and implementation of teaching and learning philosophies and approaches in occupation and rehabilitation science contexts.|
|HDFS 592 or
equivalent course approved by advisor
||Grant Writing-Human Services and Research
||Writing grant proposals that support client services or for research.
|18-21||Credits selected with approval of committee from following Departments/units: Occupational Therapy, Anthropology, Biomedical Science, Computer Science, Human Development and Family Studies, Neurobiology, Psychology, School of Education, School of Social Work and Statistics.|
1Students enrolled in the continuous MS/Ph.D. receive credit from their MS toward the Ph.D. for these courses.
2OT 792 will be taken two or more times for a total of 6 credits.
3Students may substitute 3 credits of qualitative research for OT 620 and 3 credits of quantitative research for OT 640 with approval of graduate committee and the department.