The occupational therapy curriculum is predicated on adult learning theories. Students are regarded as active agents in their own learning and are expected to articulate their needs and understanding, initiate learning activities which meet their own needs and collaborate with peers and faculty to develop the clinical reasoning skills and resources which support competent occupational therapy practice. Students will be exposed to a broad variety of teaching/learning strategies that comport with academic goals and clinical competencies. As adult learners, students will build on past experiences, connect those with activities in the present and apply insights to the practice of occupational therapy.
Occupational Therapy Program Outcomes
Graduates of the OT program will demonstrate the ability to:
Photo caption: The OT Class of 2013.