Description
Introduction to Occupational Therapy
Provides an overview of history, philosophy, ethics, and scope of occupational therapy practice. Examines legal responsibilities, professional resources, and organization. Students practice basic skills related to therapeutic relationships and determine their own suitability to a career in occupational therapy. Pre-requisites: Algebra, Chemistry and Biology. Co-Requisites: 10-514-172, 10-514-173, 20-806-206
Details
Grading Basis
Official
Units
3
Offering
Course
OTASST 10514171
Academic Group
Associate Degree
Academic Organization
Health Related Professions
Enrollment Requirements
Students must be enrolled in the Occupational Therapy Program. Students must also be concurrently enrolled in Intro to OT, Med & Psych Cond, Act, Analy & App, Gen A&P, English Comp 1 and Intro to Psych
Typically Offered
Fall