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Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) degree is a post professional clinical practice degree that engages practicing occupational therapists in leadership for advanced roles as master practitioner, advocate for client populations, and occupational therapy health-related educator.  The curriculum is designed to be experienced while active in the profession with learning activities integrated into clinical practice.  The program is structured for continuous part time enrollment utilizing distance education methods. 

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Inaugural Class - Fall 2014 Entry

Applications are no longer being accepted for the Fall 2014 entry into the Doctor of Occupational Therapy program.  



Diane Brown, OTR, PhD 

Associate Clinical Professor and Coordinator of OTD Program

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