Nov 20, 2017
Department Chairperson - Dr. Penny O’Connor
In association with a number of colleges/universities, Mount Aloysius College has agreements leading to a master’s degree in Occupational Therapy. Students will work closely with their advisor at Mount Aloysius completing various requirements for the first three years and then complete the program of study at another institution. Students enrolling in this program will complete the Interdisciplinary Studies degree with minors in Psychology and Scientific Communications, and will also complete coursework prescribed by the partnering institution. Partnering institutions may also require minimum SAT scores or grade point averages as entrance requirements, as well.
Upon completion of the program, each student will be able to:
- communicate information clearly and effectively both orally and in writing with integration of the two chosen minors;
- demonstrate an understanding of quantitative or qualitative scientific reasoning within the two chosen minors;
- demonstrate a base of content knowledge appropriate to the two areas of emphasis;
- show how moral and ethical perspectives influence research, theory, and/or applications in the two chosen minors; and
- meet the stated goals of the chosen minors.
Information Communication Technologies
- RS or PL 3 Credits
- RS 300/400 3 Credits
- CR, EC, GE, PY, SO, WS 6 Credits
- Cultural Diversity: 3 Credits
Integrated Discipline Capping
Total Credits in Core: 45 Credits
Major Course Requirements
Students will complete a minor in Psychology and a minor in Scientific Communication.
Scientific Communications Minor for Occupational Therapy
Total Credits in Major: 45 Credits
(Includes 21 credits in the core)
Total Credits of Free Electives: 21 Credits
Total Occupational Therapy Credits Transferred from Articulation: 30 Credits
Total Credits for Degree: 120 Credits