Courses

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Advanced OT Practice-Peds

Number: OTD-690

Advanced study of the application of theory to practice, assessment and intervention strategies, current evidence, as well as professional and global issues related to practice with children and adolescents. Prerequisite: OTD 620 and OTD 625. 3 credits.

Advances in OT Practice

Number: OTD-720

Students examine current trends in OT practice and the profession and the theoretical and evidential foundations supporting these innovations by applying relevant approaches to practice. 3 credits.

Capstone Project

Number: OTD-785

Mentored project as culmination of clinical doctoral education. Pass/No Pass 4 credits.

Clinical Practice Partnership

Number: OTD-522

Provides clinical experience in a faculty directed practice partnership, with opportunities for interprofessional teamwork. Differentiated learning and plan for evaluation is developed with faculty. May be repeated for credit. 1-3 credits.

Clinical Practice Partnership

Number: OTD-692

Provides clinical experience in a faculty directed practice partnership, with opportunities for interprofessional teamwork. Differentiated learning and plan for evaluation is developed with faculty. May be repeated for credit. 1-3 credits.

Community Based Practice I

Number: OTD-630

Students build knowledge and experience in developing programs and services in settings where clients seek to promote, maintain, or regain occupational function. Using systems analysis, students apply health promotion strategies to work with organizations and populations as the primary client. Lecture/Seminar/Community experience. 3 credits.

Community Based Practice II

Number: OTD-631

Students learn and apply program development processes to assume leadership roles of consultant, entrepreneur, and advocate within health and social services. Evidence-based theory is used to address pragmatic, ethical, and legal factors and promote beneficial change within current systems. Prerequisite: OTD 630. Lecture/Seminar/Community experience. 3 credits.

Competencies for OT Practice

Number: OTD-660

Refining essential entry level competencies across practice settings in preparation for Level II fieldwork. Pass/No Pass. 3 credits.

Doc Exp Intern & Capstone: Exploration

Number: OTD-521

Guided exploration of areas for the DEI and capstone. 1 credit.

Doc Exp Intern & Capstone: Introduction

Number: OTD-520

Preparation for the professional responsibilities of the OT Doctorate which culminates in the DEI & Capstone. 1 Credit

Doct Exp Intern & Capstone: Management

Number: OTD-774

Finalize DEI and capstone administrative requirements. 1 credit.

Doct Exp Intern & Capstone: Partnership

Number: OTD-773

Confirmation of DEI and capstone collaboration. 1 credit.

Doct Exp Intern & Capstone: Proposal

Number: OTD-771

Structured, focused development of DEI and capstone proposal. 1 credit

Doct Exp Intern & Capstone: Scholarship

Number: OTD-772

Investigation of resources to support the DEI and capstone proposal. 1 credit.

Doctoral Experiential Internship (DEI)

Number: OTD-850

Experiential opportunity for students to learn, practice, and apply knowledge from the classroom and practice settings at a higher level than prior fieldwork. Pass/No Pass. 16 credits

Evidence-Based Practice I

Number: OTD-581

Analysis and synthesis of professional literature focused on quantitative research methods. Development of professional skills for evidence-based practice, ethics of research, and designing scholarly studies. Offered in Spring. 3 credits.

Evidence-Based Practice II

Number: OTD-681

Analysis and synthesis of professional literature focused on qualitative research methods. Continued development of professional skills for evidence-based practice, ethics of research, and designing scholarly studies. Offered in Summer. 3 credits.

Foundations of Occupation & OT I

Number: OTD-500

Students explore OT history, philosophy, use of theory to guide practice, developing skills to analyze the person-environment-occupation interaction, therapeutic communication, interview skills, and the role of occupation in the delivery of OT services as well as the relationship between occupational science and OT and an introduction to occupational justice. Lecture/Lab. 4 credits

Foundations of Occupation & OT II

Number: OTD-505

Students continue to study aspects of occupation and occupational therapy begun in OTD 500, but with more depth and synthesis with concurrent coursework. Lab provides opportunities for skill development and application of theoretical concepts to practice. Lecture/lab. 4 credits

Foundations of Occupation for Practioner

Number: OTD-504

Exploration and study of human occupation, overview of OT history, philosophy, use of theory to guide practice, use of Occupational Therapy Practice Framework to guide practice. 3 credits.

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