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Master of Occupational Therapy

Courses Offered at our East Longmeadow, Mass. Campus

A Valued Helping Profession

Accepting Applications for August 2019
Admissions Deadline: January 4, 2019


upcoming prospective student events
• Open House | OCTOBER 22 | 6:00 p.m. | register today!
UPCOMING HEALTHCARE SUMMIT
Paradigm Shifting in Healthcare | SEPTEMBER 28, 2018 | 8 A.M. — 3 P.M
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Occupational Therapy is one of the most in-demand professions. Bay Path’s Master of Occupational Therapy is a highly sought after degree. Our program features courses to prepare students for practice as a generalist. Our MOT courses build upon the foundation of awareness, knowledge and skill. We focus on scaffolding the courses to foster the progression of student learning while focusing on: Ethics, Evidence Base Practices, Meaningful Occupation, Function, and Collaborative Learning.

About the Degree

  • Accredited 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)
  • Lab spaces designed for hands-on learning at our Philip H. Ryan Health Science Center
  • 85 credit, entry-level program, see program outcomes
  • Accelerated two-year (22 month) schedule, including 24 weeks of full-time fieldwork
  • Taught by extraordinary and supportive faculty in a highly dynamic and interactive classroom environment
  • Receives high accolades from our students, see what they are saying
  • Achieve exceptional fieldwork experiences at the area’s most esteemed institutions
  • Access to mentoring, tutoringlibrary resourcesacademic resources, and career services assists students in becoming independent and successful learners
  • Financial aid is available
  • No GMAT or GRE required

Why does Peter love this program?

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

Watch his story