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Master of Occupational Therapy - Bridge Program

Online & On Campus (Weekends)

Flexible, Low-Residency OTA/PTA to MOT. 

Accepting Applications for January 2022


Bay Path University's Master of Occupational Therapy Bridge Program is an accelerated path for licensed Occupational Therapy Assistants (OTA) or Physical Therapist Assistants (PTA) to earn a Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT) degree in a format that may allow for continued practice in the field. Our Bridge program provides heightened focus on evaluation, as well as intervention. 


BAY PATH'S ACCREDITED MOT bridge PROGRAM:
• HELPS STUDENTS TO PREPARE FOR THE NATIONAL BOARD FOR CERTIFICATION IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (NBCOT) EXAM (A FELONY CONVICTION MAY AFFECT A GRADUATE’S ABILITY TO SIT FOR THE NBCOT CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION OR ATTAIN A STATE LICENSURE)
• OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL FIELDWORK EXPERIENCES AT THE AREA’S MOST ESTEEMED INSTITUTIONS

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NBCOT Exam
The total number of graduates from the Bay Path University Master of Occupational Therapy program during the 3-year period of 2018-2020 was 426, with an overall graduation rate of 93%. The National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) maintains the most recent data for exam pass rates. Access the data below, use the drop down menu to select a state and comparative data will be provided. NBCOT Exam Pass Rates

BAY PATH UNIVERSITY GRADUATION RATES
YEAR GRADUATES GRADUATION RATE
2018 163 94%
2019 152 91%
2020 111 95%
3 Year Average 142 93%
BAY PATH UNIVERSITY NBCOT PASS RATES
YEAR OF NBCOT EXAM BAY PATH MOT RATES NATIONAL AVERAGE
2019 89% 98%
2018 93% 98%
2017 94% 98%

Why does Peter love this program?

Peter Guarraci, Second Lieutenant (2LT), U.S. Army Current Student, MOT

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