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Shenandoah University’s Division of Occupational Therapy offers three distinct programs in unique hybrid and online curriculum models to meet the needs of diverse learners. Our students graduate prepared to be a leader in the field of occupational therapy and make a difference locally, nationally, and abroad.
The Shenandoah Occupational Therapy program offers students the opportunity to learn all the skills they will need as an entry-level occupational therapists. These skills include evaluation of clients, treatment planning, being an evidence-based practitioner, and specific treatment interventions such as adaptations to the client’s environment, splinting and mobility skills.
This program is for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree.
This program is for occupational therapists who have a master’s degree.
This program is for individuals who have bachelor’s degree.
This program is for incoming first-year undergraduate students.
This program is for Occupational Therapy Assistants who have an Associate’s degree or higher.
This program is for undergraduate students at partner universities.