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  • Applicants must achieve a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA in undergraduate coursework from an accredited university.
  • Evidence of completion of a Bachelor's degree and all prerequisites must be submitted prior to the start of the program.
  • Post-Baccalaureate prerequisite credits must be approved by the MSOT program in OTCAS.
Course Description Semester Credits
Human Anatomy When Anatomy and Physiology are taken as a combined course, a complete sequence of 2 semesters (A&P I and II) are required. 

3

One Semester of Anatomy with Lab or the combined A&P Course

Human Physiology  See above.

3

Physiology Lab optional

Statistics Course must include descriptive and inferential statistics, inclusive of hypothesis testing. A course in research design is acceptable if it covers the relevant statistics.
Abnormal Psychology Courses titled Psychopathology or Psychology of Deviance or similarly titled may also be accepted. 3
Developmental Psychology Course must include content on child development and must address theories of development. Courses titled Lifespan Development, Child Development, Child Psychology, Human Growth and Development or similarly titled may also be accepted.  3

  

**The MSOT program does not accept Advanced Placement, experiential learning, or work experience as credit for any required course.