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Master of Occupational Therapy - Bridge Program

Flexible, online courses, with 8 in-person lab weekends per year

A flexible, low-residency path from OTA/PTA to MOT 

Accepting Applications for January 13, 2025
The deadline to apply is Friday, October 18th. 

By earning your Master’s in Occupational Therapy (MOT) at Bay Path, you join a close knit, diverse cohort of professionals looking to take their talents, ideas, and skills to the next level, while making a difference in the lives of individuals and the well-being of communities.

Bay Path’s flexible, low-residency curriculum combines hands-on learning, collaborative discussion, and the sharing of knowledge from experienced and passionate practitioners in a fully accredited program, bringing it all together with relevant, high-impact fieldwork experiences that are the heart of our unique program.

The Bay Path Fieldwork Experience

A community service model that places learners where the need–and the impact–is greatest.

Bay Path’s occupational therapy program centers community service through a comprehensive fieldwork program that arranges work placements in organizations, care settings, and clinical programs.

Students can devote their time and focus to the individuals and communities most in need of service, while Bay Path handles the logistics.

Read a sample list of partner organizations.