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The Master of Science (Applied) in Occupational Therapy is a professional program leading to eligibility for licensure to practice as an Occupational Therapist.
It is a 63-credit degree program that includes 1000 hours of fieldwork education over 5 semesters.
The educational approach is consistent with adult learning and reflective clinical practice.
The curriculum uses a case-based, problem-solving, self-directed approach across the lifespan.
Strong links between academic and clinical fieldwork education are emphasized throughout the educational process.
The course work will focus on client-centered and evidence-informed practice, clinical reasoning, ethics and professionalism.
These are essential components for the development of a humanistic, ethical, knowledgeable, competent, critical thinking, and problem-solving Occupational Therapist, practicing within the domains of musculoskeletal, neurological and mental health.
The master's project is designed to develop research skills and scholarly contribution to health care delivery or clinical education.
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2. Reference letters
3. Personal Statement
4. Curriculum Vitae
5. TOEFL/IELTS, GRE results (if applicable)
Applicants to the M.Sc. program must hold a Bachelor's degree in a discipline relevant to Occupational Health, such as: chemistry, engineering, environmental sciences, physics, medicine, nursing or other health science programs. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): 3.0/4.0 overall, or at least 3.2/4.0 over last two years of study.
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