Program on Pre-​​​​​Occupational Therapy -​​​​​ PHOT


BIO 155Foundations of Molecular Biology2
BIO 156Foundations of Ecology and Evolution2
BIO 157Foundations of Cellular Biology2
BIO 158Foundations of Form and Function2
BIO 141
BIO 142
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
and Human Anatomy and Physiology II
or BIO 321 Comparative Vertebrate and Human Anatomy
or BIO 328 General Physiology
BIO 340Medical Terminology2
SOC 153Sociological Imaginations3
or SOC 203 Social Problems
or SOC 257 Sociology of Families
PSYC 156Introduction to Psychology: Culture and Systems3
or PSYC 157 Introduction to Psychology: Science for the Citizen
PSYC 305Lifespan Developmental Psychology3
PSYC 326Abnormal Psychology3
MATH 114Introduction to Statistics3
or PSYC 324 Statistics in Psychology
PHYS 111College Physics I: Mechanics and Waves4
or PHYS 121 General Physics I: Mechanics and Waves
CHEM 101Mystery, Mayhem, and Murder: Chemistry for the Citizen3,4
or CHEM 118 Integrated General, Organic and Bio-Chemistry
or CHEM 121 Principles of Chemistry I
PHIL 255Medical Ethics3
Two classes in ENLT or ENWR at 100, 200, 300, or 400
GRE and Application preparation course: 1 class in SPLL390
40 hours of professional exploration in two occupational therapy practice settings addressing the needs to two distinct populations
Total Credits39-40

Note: Students may need other courses for specific programs of interest.  It is up to the student to identify programs and make their advisor aware of extra courses needed as early as possible.