Occupational Therapy at Pacific University
If you want to become an Occupational Therapist
The School of Occupational Therapy offers an entry-level Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) program for applicants who have completed a bachelor's degree and prerequisites. The first two years the program is delivered on campus, and year three is offered in a distance-based learning environment. Integrated fieldwork opportunities offers local, national and international opportunities. Learn more
Are you curious about the difference between a Masters and the Doctorate degree? Learn more
If you are already a practicing Occupational Therapist
The On-line Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD) program offers the working professional with a Masters degree an online program that will achieve leadership and advocacy skills through specialty tracks in gerontology, health care management, academic teaching and global practice. Completion of this program is in 17-24 months. Learn more
Boxer Tale Video Highlights OT
Learn more about our OT programs at Pacific University from Director John White by selecting the video above.