- View Quick Facts
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:
The Application Criteria and Documentation Checklist (page 3 of the admission packet) as your guide through the application process.
Request recommendations using the Recommendation Assessment Form (page 8).
Complete your answers to the questions on the Written Interview Form (page 11).
Have a question?
Please contact the MOT program director, Dr. Mary Arnold, at 740-826-8466 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.