Graduate & Continuing Studies

Master of Occupational Therapy

Master of Occupational Therapy
Bridge Program

Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2023

MOT At-A-Glance

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69 semester hour degree program 

Students selected into a cohort each fall

Hands-on lab spaces designed specifically for MOT

Taught by experienced and supportive faculty 

Fieldwork experiences at our region’s most respected institutions

Financial aid is available

No GMAT or GRE required

No bachelor’s degree required (applicants must have completed 90 semester hours of college credit and hold a valid OTA license)

Simple Application Process

How to Apply

Applying to the MOT is an easy process. 

Download and complete the MOT admission packet being sure to include the following:

 

Have a question?

Please contact the MOT program director, Dr. Mary Arnold, at 740-826-8466 or at marnold@muskingum.edu.

 

 

MOT Admission

The Muskingum University MOT program has a status of Accreditation by the: 

Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education of the American Occupational Therapy Association
6116 Executive Boulevard, Suite 200,
North Bethesda, MD 20852-4929 
ACOTE’s phone: (301)-652-6611 
ACOTE’s website: www.acoteonline.org

NBCOT Program Data:

www.nbcot.org/Educators/Home#SchoolPerformance


Muskingum University Master of Occupational Therapy Program Graduates and Graduation Rates

Graduation Year Students Admitted/Graduated  Graduation Rate 
2021 26/25 96.2%
2022 26/23 88.4%
2023    
Total for 3 Years 52/48 92.3%
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