As an Occupational Therapy learner, you will be providing Occupational Therapy
services at a variety of fieldwork sites. The MSOT Program at CMU has developed
guidelines to safeguard the well-being of the OTSs and the patients/clients in
compliance with the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education.
Colorado Mesa University does not discriminate against persons with disabilities in
its admissions process or the selective admissions process for individual programs.

Learners with documented disabilities who anticipate special needs with any aspect
of the Occupational Therapy Program including the professional instruction
practicum are urged to contact Educational Access Services. The faculty of the
Occupational Therapy program will cooperate with Educational Access Services to
make reasonable accommodations for learners with documented disabilities
admitted to the program.

The Colorado Mesa University Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (MSOT) is an
intense program that places specific requirements and demands on learners. The technical
standards included below establish the essential qualities considered necessary for
admitted learners to achieve the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to succeed as
entry--level Occupational Therapist.
Applicants unable to fulfill these technical standards prior to, or any time after enrolling
into the program, with or without reasonable accommodation, will not be permitted to
enter or progress within the program.
Qualifying applicants and enrolled MSOT Program learners must possess aptitude, ability, and skills in the following areas: