As an OT student at Rockhurst, you'll have the opportunity to contribute to the community's health and wellness, conduct research under the eye of a mentor, present findings at state and national meetings, manage and staff a student-run free health clinic and complete fieldwork assignments at clinical sites all across the country.
The Occupational Therapy Education Program accommodates multiple points of acceptance for interested students. For the Rockhurst undergraduate student, these include Freshman Pre-Admission, the Occupational Therapy Scholars Program and regular acceptance during the final year of undergraduate coursework. Post-baccalaureate students may be accepted at any time during the year for the next occupational therapy class.
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Our comprehensive, fully accredited master of occupational therapy curriculum is presented in an exhilarating educational climate in the state-of-the-art St. Ignatius Science Center. The program includes five semesters of course work plus 24 weeks of clinical residency. A new class enters every summer. Learn more about admission requirements and application process.
The Office of Graduate Admission