Occupational Therapy
Pre-Requisite Requirements

Requirements for professional schools vary from school to school and can change year to year, students must carefully examine the pre-requisitie requirements of the schools they are interested in to be current and accurate when registering for courses at Gustavus.
Consult the American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. website www.aota.org to view a list of accredited OT Doctoral-Level Programs and OT Master’s Level Programs and the requirements and admission statistics for the programs.
Also, consult the Gustavus General Catalog to find more Pre-Professional information.

 

Sample Curriculum of pre-requisite courses for Occupational Therapy @ Gustavus

First Year:

Fall
FTS 100 (Writing Intensive course-WRITI)
PSY 100 General Psychology
 
Spring
S/A 111 or 112 or 113
 

Second Year:

Fall
HES 234 Human Anatomy & Phy. I
PSY 234 Developmental Psychology

 

Spring
HES 235 Human Anatomy & Phy. II
PSY 241 Abnormal Psychology

 

Junior Year:

Fall
HES 214 Medical Terminology
 

 

Spring
PSY 334 Adult Psychology
MCS 142 Statistics (or equivalent, not E/M 125)

Research Methods (required by some programs, recommended)

 

Examples of Pre-requisites at Occupational Therapy Programs

Requirements for professional schools vary from school to school and can change year to year, students must carefully examine the pre-requisitie requirements of the schools they are interested in to be current and accurate when registering for courses at Gustavus.
Consult the American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. website www.aota.org to view a list of accredited OT Doctoral-Level Programs and OT Master’s Level Programsand the requirements and admission statistics for the programs.
Also, consult the Gustavus General Catalog to find more Pre-Professional information.

 

 

 
 
 
Updated 4/4/2014 HB