Community Centered. Evidence Based. 100% Personalized.
Here is where you won’t blend in. Where you’ll be regarded as a partner in the classroom and in the field. Where faculty becomes family, and colleagues become friends. Where you study and learn as a team, because transformative and successful healthcare takes many hands and one committed heart.
Bay Path’s Master of Occupational Therapy has earned the reputation for being among the best programs in the profession. That’s why our graduate classes are 100% employed within one year.
Research. Write. Present. Practice.
Attend the MAOT annual conference. The AOTA national conference. The National Student Enclave. Present your research. Stand out and be recognized. The directors of this program are devoted to your professional development, individual accomplishments and personal satisfaction. But this goes far beyond academic prowess.
In this program, experience counts. You could be working in the community helping elders to remain in their home. Become an advocate and aide to a special needs child at school. Inspire a client at a homeless shelter. Or a key player in getting people back on their feet and on with their lives. Our graduates are doing all of these things and more in their own communities and around the world.
We know it’s what you personally bring to this program that makes it extraordinary. You, like many of our students, are compelled to make a difference in this world. The Master of Occupational Therapy will help you get there.
Our Master of Occupational Therapy program is designed for individuals who are not occupational therapists, the M.O.T. is an entry-level full-time (2 years) or part-time (4 years) program for students who have an undergraduate degree, and now desire to pursue a career in the field of occupational therapy. Completion of this degree allows students to sit for the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) and become a Registered Occupational Therapist.
Admissions Deadline: December 31, 2013
Applications received after this date will only be considered as space is available in the program.
Classes Begin: August 2014