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  • Entry requirements
    Qualified occupational therapists from national and international locales.
  • Academic Title
    Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (Post-Professional)
  • Course description
    1.      Full MSc (OT-Post-Professional) Program: 5 credits, 30 credit hours full- or part-time study on line
            a)     Research Thesis Stream: Two required classes, two electives and a thesis
            b)     Practrice Leaders Stream: Five required classes, including a practicum (1 full credit) and four electives
    2.     Single classes: with Post Professional Graduate Program Coordinator and Instructor permission.

    Post Professional Classes (selection for Practice Leaders or Research Thesis Streams)
               
    •     OCCU 5010.03: Advanced Studies on Enabling Occupation.
    •     OCCU 5020X/Y.06: Graduate Seminar and Practicum.
    •     OCCU 5030.03: Advanced Research Theory and Methods for Occupational Therapists.
    •     OCCU 5040.03: Identity and Transitions.
    •     OCCU 5041.03: Evidence-Based Occupational Therapy.
    •     OCCU 5042.03: Community Development for Occupational Therapists.
    •     OCCU 5043.03: Program Evaluation for Occupational Therapists.
    •     OCCU 5050.03: Public Dialogue on Occupations and Enablement.
    •     OCCU 5501.03/5502.03/5503.03/5504.03: Graduate Reading.
    •     OCCU 6501.03: Special Topics in Health, Health Care, and Social Services
    •     OCCU 6502.03: Special Topics: Advanced Data Analysis
    •     OCCU 6503.03 Advancing Vocational Rehabilitation Through Critical Occupational Analysis
    •     OCCU 6504.03 Measuring Health Outcomes
    •     OCCU 9001.18: Thesis.

    A. Practice Leaders Stream (Course Work)
    The Practice Leaders Stream is designed for clinicians and managers and emphasizes leadership in enabling occupation in any area of practice. Students may complete the degree in 10 months full-time study or part-time up to 5 years. Elective options should be confirmed each year with the School. Students with specific clinical management or other interests are encouraged to consult with the School about options.

    Students complete five required classes (3 credits):
               
    •     OCCU 5010.03 Advanced Studies on Enabling Occupation
    •     OCCU 5020 X/Y.06 Graduate Seminar and Practicum
    •     OCCU 5041.03 Evidence-Based Occupational Therapy
    •     OCCU 5043.03 Program Evaluation for Occupational Therapists
    •     OCCU 5050.03 Public Dialogue on Occupations and Enablement

    Students select four elective classes (2 credits):
               
    •     OCCU 5030.03 Advanced Research Theory and Methods for Occupational Therapists
    •     OCCU 5040.03 Identity and Transitions
    •     OCCU 5042.03 Community Development for Occupational Therapists
    •     OCCU 5501.03 Graduate Reading
    •     OCCU 6501.03 Special Topics in Health, Health Care, and Social Services
    •     OCCU 6502.03 Special Topics: Advanced Data Analysis
    •     OCCU 6503.03 Advancing Vocational Rehabilitation Through Critical Occupational Analysis
    •     OCCU 6504.03 Measuring Health Outcomes

    B. Research Thesis Stream
    Students registered in the Research Thesis Stream complete a minimum of five full credits including OCCU 5010 - Advanced Studies on Enabling Occupation (0.5 credits), OCCU 5030 - Advanced Research Theory and Methods for Occupational Therapists (0.5 credits), two elective classes (each 0.5 credits), and a thesis (3.0 credits). Thesis students must complete OCCU 5010 and OCCU 5030 before defending their thesis proposal.

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