BSHS Concentration 1: Pre-Occupational Therapy

This concentration will prepare students to apply to a graduate program in occupational therapy. Graduate occupational therapy programs will accept a wide range of undergraduate degrees, but the B.S. in Health Science with the pre-occupational therapy concentration prepares the student for future practice in health care while efficiently including many prerequisite courses required by entry-level occupational therapy programs throughout the country. Students should check for specific requirements of the programs to which they intend to apply.

Required Courses

General Education Objectives (min 36 cr) 36
BS in Health Science Core 20-24
ANTH 2238 Peoples and Cult of New World 3
BIOL 3302/3301
& 3302/3302L
Anatomy and Physiology
and Anatomy and Physiology Lab
8
CHEM 1111
& 1111L
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry I Lab
5
ENGL 1101 English Composition 3
MATH 1153 Introduction to Statistics 3
PSYC 2225 Child Development 3
PSYC 3301 Abnormal Psychology I 3
SOC 1101 Introduction to Sociology 3
Five additional liberal arts courses (3 credits each) such as but not limited to economics, education, ethics, fine arts, foreign language, history, humanities, literature, and philosophy 15
Electives 18-22

Highly Recommended Electives:

ENGL 3307 Professional and Tech Writing 3
PHYS 1111
& PHYS 1113
General Physics
and General Physics I Laboratory
4