FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS
IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Transfer students might include Certified Occupational
Therapy Assistants, who are interested in earning an entry-level
Master's degree in Occupational Therapy.
In order ot obtain a Master of Occupational Therapy at
the University of North Dakota, students must meet all requirements
listed in the University Catalog.
Liberal arts courses and others which provide the basic
educational foundation for Occupational Therapy are accepted
according to University policy. These include Composition,
Humanities, Biology, Chemistry, Speech, Sociology, and Introduction
to Psychology. Students are required to have an equivalent
of the courses offered at the University of North Dakota
for all courses in the pre-professional program.
Students with the required academic background and experience
may petition to take the challenge examination according
to the University Catalog. The challenge examination may
be written, oral (recorded), practical laboratory, and/or
assigned practice in selected work situations, depending
upon the stated objectives of the course(s).