Occupational Science Major
The Occupational Science major is designed primarily for already certified occupational therapy assistants (OTA’s) who hold an Associate of Science (AS) degree who wish to obtain a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in preparation for attending a Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) or doctoral program in Occupational Therapy. It continues the occupation based focus began in a comprehensive OTA program, and includes four OT specific content courses that will be taught by masters and/or doctoraly trained occupational therapists. These foundational courses are supported by an array of holistic courses in psychology, anatomy and biological sciences, nutrition, wellness, informatics, statistics and communications.
Occupational Science Major (30 semester hours for major)
Health Core Requirements (12 Credit Hours)
Choose one of the following:
Foundational Core Requirements (9 Credit Hours)
Occupational Science Electives (9 Credit Hours)
Customize Your Curriculum Plan
MAP majors are designed to accomodate the demands of your career and personal life. Most courses are offered multiple times per year within four 10-week terms. This allows you to:
For a complete listing of MAP requirements, policies and procedures please refer to the Muskingum Adult Program Guidebook(pdf).
*Pending full course approval