Director of Graduate Admissions
Graduate Admissions Requirements
Prospective students may apply for admission to the post-professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate Program throughout the year. Classes start every February and October.
Bachelor’s to post-professional OTD: A student with a Bachelor’s degree in OT will be required to take 54 credits to earn their OTD degree.
Master's to post-professional OTD: A student with a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree will be required to take 36 credits in order to earn their OTD degree.
Alumni of Bay Path University’s MOT programs may transfer up to two courses (OTP509 & OTP513 OR OTB508 & OTB533) into the OTD program. Grades earned must be B+ or higher. Contact Anastasia Spremulli for more information.
All documentation including recommendation forms and official transcripts may be mailed or emailed directly to Bay Path University Office of Graduate Admissions:
All required documents must be received prior to the application deadline.
Bay Path University
Office of Graduate Admissions
588 Longmeadow Street
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Please visit the Occupational Therapy Doctorate program page to learn about curriculum, faculty, program options, and more!